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Founded in 2008. The Landscape Juice Network (LJN) is the largest and fastest growing professional landscaping and horticultural association in the United Kingdom.

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  • Use another supplier then.................. there's plenty of others you can order from online.  Personally, I'd stick with a CP15............ Cooper Pegler are the experts on sprayers and they seem to last forever.  The Stihl one is cheaper but how long will it last? . 

    • PRO

      That's my gut feeling too,especially as the stihl is half the price.


  • Yeah, I've had one,  I'd stick to the CP-15, or try a Berthoud sprayer, head and shoulders above the Stihl ... 

    • PRO

      Yes,we've had a Berthoud and they are very good.Cheers.

  • PRO

    Avoid the Stihl, its terrible. Requires constant pumping to keep up pressure and build quality is awfull, will last five minutes and requires permanent maintenace there on in! We use Sparex 16 litre sparyers (they are re badeged Allmans). Have had one that is in its 13th season, very comfy, good spare parts and about £100.

  • PRO

    Berthod all the way for me, very comfortable and easy to use. But I have just purchased a Matabi battery sprayer for cleaning solar panels and I think its brilliant.

  • PRO

    Yes thats the sprayers we use the Sparex one in the pictures, they are superb have used them for the last 15 years and personally find them much comfier than the cooper peglers and reliability is great.

  • PRO Supplier

    The CP Evo uses the same comfort harness as the Berthoud but easier to fix and replace diaphragm...

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