The Ohuhu Oscillating Sprinkler has a coverage area of 3600 square feet, as well as adjustable range control, allowing it to spray in four directions: to the right, to the left, to the center, and at “full range.” The sprinkler has an aluminum spray tube with 18 brass jets. This product does not have many bells or whistles, but it is similar in structure to others in its price range (about $20), such as the MELNOR Sprinkler. If you’re looking for a high-end sprinkler, you might want to try something along the lines of the Gardena ZoomMaxx Oscillating Sprinkler on Weighted Sled Base, which retails for about $50. I have not tried it out personally, but it has an excellent review from The Sweet Home.
The Ohuhu sprinkler comes with a page of simple but helpful instructions. It weighs about 1.6 pounds and is 17.8 x 7.5 x 3.9 inches long. The sprinkler is made of aluminum and plastic. The company Ohuhu is based in Union City, California, though I could not find information regarding where the sprinkler is made.
You can read more about the Ohuhu Oscillating Sprinkler here.