DIG - CO72A Battery 2 Button Hose End Watering Timer 3/4" FHT x 3/4" MHT

by DIG

C072A Compact Two Dial Battery Operated Hose End Timer

DIG's Two-Dial Battery Operated Timer offers easy installation with simplified programming for a cost-effective solution in residential gardening. The timer is easy to install and provides easy-to-use solutions for watering pots, hanging baskets, shrub areas, flowerbeds, vegetables and small gardens. It has programming durations from 2 minutes up to 240 minutes, and an operating flow range of .1 to 5.3 gallons per minute. Connected to a garden hose or faucet/spigot, this hose end timer can be used with drip irrigation or micro sprinkler systems. It uses one 9-volt alkaline battery that can last for up to one year.


  • Automatic and manual operation 
  • Easy manual operation using a single button
  • Quick release swivel adapter for easy installation and removal
  • The timer’s battery operation features low energy use with a patented, eco-friendly battery life monitoring system 
  • Operates on low pressure
  • 3/4" FHT inlet and MHT outlet
  • Weather resistant 
  • Three year warranty
  • Powered by one 9-volt alkaline battery with battery life up to one year 
  • Easy to install and program 
  • Simple three step programming
  • Eight watering intervals ranging from every six hours to once per week 
  • Battery life indicator (flashing LED) 
  • Watering duration from 2 minutes to 240 minutes


• Operating pressure: 10 to 80 PSI
• Flow rate range: .5 to 4.3 GPM
• Temperature range: 40-125°F
• Connection: female hose thread inlet (FHT) x male hose thread outlet (MHT) 
• Power source: 9-volt alkaline battery (not included) 
• Solenoid: durable electric motor
• Power consumption: 20 micro amps in standby mode
• Materials: Housing - high-impact plastic
• Inlet valve and solenoid housing - glass reinforced nylon with stainless steel spring

Programming options

• Eight pre-set watering durations including 2, 5, 10, 15, 30, 60, 120 and 240 minutes
• Eight watering frequency options including every 6, 12, 24 or 48 hours, and every 3, 4, 5 or 7 days