Flexi Hose Upgraded Expandable Garden Hose Extra Strength, 3/4″ Solid Brass Fittings The Ultimate No-Kink Flexible Water Hose,8 Function Spray Included, Green

4 out of 5

$33.99

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Ensure this accommodates through entering your version number.; A LOT OF STATE-OF-THE-ART BACKYARD TUBE ON The Market Place! Created coming from the first-rate components & newest concept, The FlexiHose is actually the absolute most operational, light in weight & versatile pipe that cash can easily get! The 50feet duration is actually long sufficient to create it simple and also practical…

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  1. We had a huge heavy 75 ft commercial grade hose for our front yard. It was a pain in the butt to use and very cumbersome, as well as constantly getting kinked and twisted up. It was a struggle that I dealt with weekly. I had purchased another “lightweight” condensed hose that was one of those As Seen on TV years ago and that pretty much was a total flop. I think it lasted me maybe 2-3 months before busting wide open and exploding water right in my face one day. I liked the idea of it but I could tell upon getting it attached that it seemed flimsy and I couldn’t trust it to last very long.I decided that my weekly fight with the beast of a hose I had now was worth the risk of giving this another shot. I researched a quality hose and checked reviews. I was going between this one and another but ultimately went with this because of the added nozzle it came with for watering.I think I squealed with delight once I opened it and attached it to find that it didnt leak at any attachment point, it seemed thick and sturdy, it gave me more than enough length for my yard, and it was so light that my toddler could drag it around. The sprayer itself provided many options and a really good flow for my plans and garden. I do not turn on my faucet full blast….I just feel that could be the kiss of death for these wonderful hoses, is just too much water pressure. I still get plenty of spray with just a quarter turn so I dare not tempt fate for another face explosion. Basically I am a huge fan of these little hoses!! They are a lifesaver and make it enjoyable to water my garden, not an annoying chore. My only warning would be to watch the pressure, as I mentioned, and also too much dragging or rubbing of the braided hose line. It can fray by dragging it across rough cement areas so I make sure to pick mine up and kind of position it at each area rather than dragging. Highly recommend

  2. I have serious back problems that make it difficult for me to use a traditional water hose. I bought this hose and started using it right away. Mine came with a free spray head. The hose has a water on/off switch at the end. The spray head/nozzle has different settings that are perfect for different jobs. The water through the nozzle/spray head only comes out when you want it to. This was exactly what I needed for the back yard and also hot tub maintenance.An update to my review: I bought a couple of these in different lengths. The hoses are so lightweight that I can drag them around to do whatever I need. So can my 4 and 2 year old grandchildren. They love helping me and the adjustable spray head means they don’t kill my plants. I did manage to puncture one, but I was dragging it through the cactus garden, which will also puncture a heavy truck tire I still recommend this and am going to but more. The punctured one still works great for the hot tub.

  3. We had a huge heavy 75 ft commercial grade hose for our front yard. It was a pain in the butt to use and very cumbersome, as well as constantly getting kinked and twisted up. It was a struggle that I dealt with weekly. I had purchased another “lightweight” condensed hose that was one of those As Seen on TV years ago and that pretty much was a total flop. I think it lasted me maybe 2-3 months before busting wide open and exploding water right in my face one day. I liked the idea of it but I could tell upon getting it attached that it seemed flimsy and I couldn’t trust it to last very long.I decided that my weekly fight with the beast of a hose I had now was worth the risk of giving this another shot. I researched a quality hose and checked reviews. I was going between this one and another but ultimately went with this because of the added nozzle it came with for watering.I think I squealed with delight once I opened it and attached it to find that it didnt leak at any attachment point, it seemed thick and sturdy, it gave me more than enough length for my yard, and it was so light that my toddler could drag it around. The sprayer itself provided many options and a really good flow for my plans and garden. I do not turn on my faucet full blast….I just feel that could be the kiss of death for these wonderful hoses, is just too much water pressure. I still get plenty of spray with just a quarter turn so I dare not tempt fate for another face explosion. Basically I am a huge fan of these little hoses!! They are a lifesaver and make it enjoyable to water my garden, not an annoying chore. My only warning would be to watch the pressure, as I mentioned, and also too much dragging or rubbing of the braided hose line. It can fray by dragging it across rough cement areas so I make sure to pick mine up and kind of position it at each area rather than dragging. Highly recommend

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