Iro Smart Sprinkler Controller Now Available at Apple Stores Nationwide
DENVER – September 23, 2014 – Rachio, makers of the Iro Smart Sprinkler Controller, is proud to announce it saved 10,631,109 gallons of water this summer, fulfilling Rachio’s commitment to create technology that helps consumers make a difference.
The patent-pending controller acts as the brain of a landscape irrigation system, automatically adjusting to weather conditions and seasonality to use as little water as possible to maintain beautiful lawns and gardens. Iro’s Smart-Cycle feature applies water at a rate the local soil type can absorb to further prevent runoff and waste.
With Iro users from Vancouver to Miami Rachio accounted for over 12,534 rain delays this summer and has already made 10,111 seasonal adjustments to account for the approaching cooler Fall temperatures. In total Rachio created more than 5,244 different personalized watering schedules for users across the country from June through August.
Rachio’s successful summer was capped off with Iro landing in 250 Apple stores across the country and on Apple.com.
“The 2014 watering season was an absolute success,” said Chris Klein CEO and Co-founder of Rachio. “We saved over ten million gallons of water and landed in two of the most well-respected national retail chains in the country – Apple and The Home Depot.”
Iro installs quickly and easily. Users begin by unplugging their old controller, detaching the low voltage zone wires and removing it from the wall. They then mount the Iro to the wall, reconnect the wires and plug the smart controller in.
Based in Denver Colorado, Rachio creates products that change the way consumers interact with their home and backyard, transforming them into a source of enjoyment and peace. The company’s mission is to design solutions that provide convenience through home automation while always considering the impact on our environment. For more information please visit www.rach.io.
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Max Borges Agency