Mother's Day is on Sunday, and if you are still wracking your brains looking for a gift, we may have just the idea.
It is called the Easy Reach, and it is something you hang on your hanging plant's hook before you hang your plant. It is a pulley that claims to make watering, feeding and pruning those hanging plants a lot easier.
But would the Easy Reach get hung out to dry in our As Seen On TV test?
The one obvious result of putting on the Easy Reach is that your plant is already about six inches lower to start. But, if you want to do some pruning or you want to water it without pouring water all over yourself, you just pull it down to a height you are comfortable with.
You kind of raise it up and it disengages the ratchet and it comes down to the height you want and locks into place. Then, if you want it back up, it goes back into place and it is right where it was before.
In case you are wondering, the Easy Reach extends down thirty inches so you can get it on a nice level to do whatever work you want to do, whether it is pruning, feeding, or watering. It certainly extends itself well and you won't be lowering your standards; in fact, you'll be raising them, so the Easy Reach gets the big thumbs up.
You actually get two Easy Reach pulleys in each box.
For more information, you can visit the website by clicking here.
Next week, we'll put the Mighty Fix-It to the test. It promises to plug the leaks your garden hoses that may have sprung over the winter.
It looks like tape but claims to be a flexible silicone wrap that will seal just about any leak.
But would Mighty Fix-It get hosed in our As Seen On TV test?
Find out next Monday, Just Before Six.