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25' Craftsman 5/8" All Rubber/Heavy Duty Garden Hose EXPIRED

GoodDay 4,999 59,867 June 30, 2016 at 04:13 AM in Gardening & Outdoor (6) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 06-30-2016 by brisar at 06:50 AM View Original Post
Sears.com has 25' Craftsman 5/8" All Rubber/Heavy Duty Garden Hose (69601) on sale for $11.99. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks GoodDay

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Features crush-proof nikel-plated brass couplings w/ abrasion resistant cover. - brisar

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Edited June 30, 2016 at 05:35 AM by wuzzy
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Strongest hose I've ever owned. The most awkward, difficult hose that I ever owned. The rubber gets stuck on everything making it nearly impossible to drag around your yard or wash your car with without feeling like you've just wrestled a bear. But, I suspect it will survive the nuclear zombie apocalypse.
One more caveat about the 75' length hose that goes for any hose. Like a bathtub, it may not feel that heavy when you pick it up at the store, but now try to move it once it's full of water.

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Warm deal I guess if you need a short hose. I know that I paid I think 24.99 for the 75-foot version about a month ago.
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Last edited by mrkmrk69 June 30, 2016 at 08:37 AM
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Shorter hose is convenient for some situations.
Anyways, the quality of these hoses is amazing.
thumbs up Smilie
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Yeah, I'd wait for the 75' (or even the 50') deal to come back around, unless you just needed the shorter length. Not a bad deal, though.
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Strongest hose I've ever owned. The most awkward, difficult hose that I ever owned. The rubber gets stuck on everything making it nearly impossible to drag around your yard or wash your car with without feeling like you've just wrestled a bear. But, I suspect it will survive the nuclear zombie apocalypse.
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As said before it's a great hose. The 25' length is great for those with townhouses.

I've used 3 sizes of this hose: 25, 50, and 75. I thought I'd get one 75' and call it a day but it's heavy and a pain to move from front to back. So I got a 25 for the back and a 50 for the front.

The 25' is perfect for a small area and it's extremely easy to move around.

A lot of people probably don't realize how long a 75' hose really is until you start using it. I could do 2 laps front to back around the side of my house with that length and still have 10 feet to spare.

It's better to get 2 smaller hoses for easier usability in my opinion. For those of us with petite wives, the 25' is much easier to manage. The 75' is just too heavy to move around. If you're dead set on a 75' then enjoy doing all the yard work yourself.
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Highly recommended.
Caveat; this hose is HEAVY and my wife is not up to managing it.
HOWEVER, it survives, year after year, being left out 365 days/year... with NO ill after-effect.
I use it, relatively, effortlessly.
My choice of garden hose... just not my wife's choice.
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One more caveat about the 75' length hose that goes for any hose. Like a bathtub, it may not feel that heavy when you pick it up at the store, but now try to move it once it's full of water.
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Quote from mrkmrk69 View Post :
Warm deal I guess if you need a shorr hose. I know that I paid I think 24.99 for the 75-foot version about a month ago.
The first time I read this, I thought shorr was some special hose material
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Actually looking for a deal on the 50 ft version of this right now, have one already and need another one. Usually Sears sends me a $10 off $30 coupon every week but don't have one this week. I love the quality and fitting of this hose, unlike anything else.
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Actually looking for a deal on the 50 ft version of this right now, have one already and need another one. Usually Sears sends me a $10 off $30 coupon every week but don't have one this week. I love the quality and fitting of this hose, unlike anything else.
maybe you should buy two of these and hook them together...
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Has anyone done a lead test with these hoses? I read that they contain lead and I certainly wouldnt want significant amounts of lead deposited in my soil. We've been using this to fill up our pool and I've already replaced this. Would like to know how bad the lead levels are prior to tossing the others.
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Quote from Florabamaboy View Post :
Strongest hose I've ever owned. The most awkward, difficult hose that I ever owned. The rubber gets stuck on everything making it nearly impossible to drag around your yard or wash your car with without feeling like you've just wrestled a bear. But, I suspect it will survive the nuclear zombie apocalypse.
You test all of your hoses for strength?
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the black rubber rubs off on you and the concrete. also prone to kinking. but it holds up very well.
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