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Rapid Pro 5-in-1 Irrigation Installation Tool 1-1/2" | POLY-GATOR

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Poly-Gator 5-in-1 Irrigation Installation Tool

The Poly-Gator was created to provide contractors and homeowners with just one easy-to-use tool that will perform all the functions necessary to install and repair underground sprinkler systems. You'll be surprised at how fast and efficient sprinkler system installations and repairs can be completed using the Poly-Gator.

The Poly-Gator is a multi-functional irrigation tool invented by Eric Houseman and is currently patent pending. Eric is the owner of Blue Mountain Landscape, Inc., and Houseman's Home Products. Houseman's Home Products and RapidPro Manufacturing Corporation have joined forces to design and engineer this great new product.. Also known as Rapid Prototyping Corporation, RPM is a manufacturing company specializing in product development, with strong areas of expertise in engineering design for manufacturability and feasibility. Using its high-quality "Concept Through Production" philosophies, RPM has successfully assisted inventors like Eric with their endeavors to develop and launch new product ideas.

NOTE: This product can cut up to 1" Class 200 PVC pipe. This product does NOT cut Schedule 40 or Schedule 80 PVC pipe. Cutting Poly Pipe up to 1.25" is the intended purpose.

  • 5 in 1 irrigation tool
  • Cuts poly tube up to 1-1/2"
  • Fastens all standard pinch clamps
  • Piercing tool for use in drip emitter applications
Brand:
Rapid Pro
Weight:
1.5500
Type:
5-in-1 Irrigation Installation Tool
Tool Size:
1-1/2"
Average Rating:
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3.3 / 5.0
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THIS IS THE REAL DEAL!!!
SIMPLY PUT, THIS TOOL LETS YOU EXECUTE ALL THE NECESSARY PROFESSIONAL ACTIONS (CUT, HAMMER, CRIMP, TIGHTEN, AND PIERCE) TO INSTALL ANY 1" SYSTEM. dO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON 4 DIFFERENT TOOLS AND THIS BABY IS HEAVY DUTY. I LOVE IT AND WILL BE THROWING AWAY MY OTHER HAND TOOLS AND BUYING ANOTHER FOR THE TRUCK.
June 6, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Good tool one flaw
Great tool. Only issue is the tube punch randomly drops down and stabs you. I taped it up to solve the problem.
February 28, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Difficult and useless
The tool is expensive, bulky, and not usefull except for maybe a drip installer in commercial business
November 12, 2015
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The tool is multi function , very useful to lawn sprinklers business
C E on Jan 23, 2019
I love this multi-tool. It beats carrying 4 tools to each hole. The only complaint is the rubber part of the mallet came off and I need to re-glue it.
Mike Y on Apr 27, 2012
The tool is multi function , very useful to lawn sprinklers business
C E on Jan 23, 2019
Per advertisement
Steven B on Jun 23, 2018
I love this multi-tool. It beats carrying 4 tools to each hole. The only complaint is the rubber part of the mallet came off and I need to re-glue it.
Mike Y on Apr 27, 2012
Per advertisement
Steven B on Jun 23, 2018
Does it crush the poly tubing while cutting through it
A shopper on May 4, 2011
BEST ANSWER: No, but it is not as effective as i thought it would be. You get what you pay for. Also it does not fit very well in tight places. But it is convenient to have the pincher and other accessories in one tool. But cutter will dissappoint.
Will it punch holes for emmitters in 3/4" mainline?
Bill S on May 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes. It worked for mine 3/4 and 1/2” mains
How do i get replacment blades for the polly gator?
A shopper on May 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They should sell it where you just got it from if not any place near you that sells the regular poly knifes it is the same blade
is there a replacement blade available?
Frank G on Mar 21, 2016
what is the maximum size clamp that can be crimped?
bryan r on May 2, 2012