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Toro 300-Series-Omni-Nozzle 300 Series Adjustable Radius Stream Nozzle

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Toro 300-Series-Omni-Nozzle 300 Series Adjustable Radius Stream Nozzle

The 300 Series Multi-Stream Rotor from Toro combines a highly distinctive way to irrigate with the reliability you've come to expect. Uniquely designed, Stream Rotors feature multiple rotating streams, a slower precipitation rate and successfully fights wind. The 300 Series utilizes Matched Precipitation Rate (MPR) nozzles ensuring precise,proportional flow for uniform water coverage every time. Interchangeable arc plates and nozzles provide the ultimate in versatility with the ability to cover varying arc requirements from 90 to 360 degrees. Durable plastic and stainless steel construction along with a wide selection of body styles-pop, shrub and high-pop make the 300 Series ideal for medium to large lawns and ground cover. You can literally see the difference!

Unique Multiple Rotating Streams

Provides slow, effective watering, and the ability to couple different arcs on the same zone, which saves time and water.

Matched Precipitation Rate Arc Discs

Ensures uniform delivery of water across each square foot of an irrigated area, resulting in high-precision water application.

Choice Of Six Nozzles and Nine

Interchangeable Arc Discs For maximum versatility covering varying landscape needs.

Specifications

Operational

  • Radius: 14' - 33'
  • Flow Rate:
    • Lawn Pop-up and High pop: 0.57-7.51 GPM
    • Shrub (COM): 2.07-6.36 GPM
  • Operating Pressure Range: 35-50 PSI
  • Pop-up Height to Nozzle:
    • Lawn Pop-up: 23/4" in.
    • High Pop: 113/4" in.
  • Inlet (Female-threaded):
    • Lawn Pop-up and High pop: 3/4" in.
    • Shrub: Combined 1/2" in. to 3/4" in.
  • Large basket filter screen
Brand:
Toro
Weight:
0.0500
Type:
Nozzles
Compatability:
340 Series
Product Type:
Nozzles
Set:
1
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Omni Nozzle worked well as replacement for Toro 30-02 nozzle on 25 yr old Toro 300-00-00 base
worked great... Old one was shooting too much water near center. Wish you guys had the base though, wife likes these better than the new single steam geared heads.
July 5, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Superb
What an amazing price and works perfectly with my new Toro 300 Multistream series body.
June 5, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
Toro 300 Series-Omni Nozzle
Great product at a great price--quick service on my order with follow-up to check if I was satisfied
June 7, 2019
Purchased
3 months ago
Very satisfied that parts were available and did not have to replace the whole head.
Surprised that the new parts would fit the old fixed nozzle body, but fit perfectly. The adjustment feature works very well. The price was better than the competition.
June 24, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
work well
31 years using Toro 300 series - still going strong. Nice to be able to still get an occasional nozzle that gets chewed up.
June 14, 2019
Purchased
3 months ago
They work fine. I'll probably need to buy more at some point.
August 19, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
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I use the Toro head for my turf. Getting hard to find these days, except at sprinkler warehouse.
K C on Jul 15, 2018
Poor lawn mowing skills.
billdaley on Jun 26, 2017
I use the Toro head for my turf. Getting hard to find these days, except at sprinkler warehouse.
K C on Jul 15, 2018
For replacements of multiple heads should caps or head be damaged by the gardener's lawn edger
J O on May 26, 2018
Poor lawn mowing skills.
billdaley on Jun 26, 2017
Lost a nozzle last winter and they are hard to find locally. Needed replacement plus spares, as occasionally they get damaged.
D A on May 19, 2017
Replacement
S W on Mar 20, 2017
For replacements of multiple heads should caps or head be damaged by the gardener's lawn edger
J O on May 26, 2018
Lost a nozzle last winter and they are hard to find locally. Needed replacement plus spares, as occasionally they get damaged.
D A on May 19, 2017
My part has "rotor 300-02 series" on it--is the same as mine?
Plus I need the tube shaped part that goes in to the pipe, do you sell that part?
A shopper on Jun 26, 2012
I hace a broken Toro Stream 300-01. The damaged part is the srew on lid. The pop up part and bottom passing are fine. Can I buy the top?
A shopper on Jul 19, 2017
What are the different performance features of the various nozzles-such as 300-5 vs 300-11?
A shopper on Jul 13, 2017
How do you adjust the 300 nozzle?
A shopper on May 29, 2012
BEST ANSWER: First, don't over tighten the nozzle. Only hand tighten. If you over tighten, the head won't rotate. Next, turn the water on and with the cap removed, you can turn the outer ring to adjust spray distance. If you turn it counterclockwise, the nozzle may start to unscrew from the base. To avoid that, use a screwdriver to hold the screw (and hence the nozzle) in place when you adjust the outer ring. Hope that helps.
How do you adjust the 3300 nozzle?
Ron l on May 29, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Lift off the thin removable cap at the top of the nozzle. Then turn the dial clockwise or counter clockwise to adjust the radius. Replace the cap.
1. is the omni nozzel included in the $12.95 price ?
2. what "set of nozzels nozzels" are incl. (what radius)?

thanks
A shopper on Aug 7, 2012
BEST ANSWER: 1 complete set of standard nozzles per rotor. Chart on bottom of page.
Does the 300 series cover "intermediate" distances? I have one sprinkler that sprays out 15 ft well but the area in between stays relatively dry.
John A on Aug 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It does on my lawn but I will also say our heads have a 40 - 50 percent overlap as well and that tends to help for even watering.
do any of these have .75 inlet with the 4 inch?
greg o on Aug 8, 2014
BEST ANSWER: bottom of Toro 300 series has 3/4 inch FPT inlet
My Toro nozzles are marked Series 300-02 and have an arc disc and a plastic disk. Can I use tge Toro 300-Series-Omni-Nozzle?

Thanks,
Paul T on Jul 9, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Yes
I need to replace 3 Toro 300 series nozzles that provide a 24’ radius and have a GPM of about 1.6 for 1/2 circles. These sprinklers are likely 38 years old and had an “02” nozzle. Do you carry these?
R J on Oct 13, 2018
picture of toro 300 series 100mm turf rotor w/02 ?
A shopper on May 28, 2016
Does toro 300-3 spray further than toro 300-2 ?
A shopper on Jul 10, 2015