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HBlife 50 ft Expandable Garden Water Hose with 8 Spray Pattern Nozzle, Hose Hanger & Storage Bag, Light Blue $13.64 A/C + Free Amazon Prime shipping

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HBlife has several different size garden hoses for 35% off when you apply coupon code KAYQK7YF at checkout.

$20.99 - 35% off $7.34 = $13.64 + free Prime shipping.

Come with several nice accessories including 8 spray adjustable nozzles, hanger, storage bag, and shut off valve.

Any size is 35% off, shipping is free with Amazon Prime or on orders over $35.
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reviews seem solid- I will give it a try.. thanks.
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Got mine around BF on the deal. I have not tried them yet but they seem to be a great value at this price!
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I have used two of these types of hoses but they always tear and break down. I switched back to the traditional style and I am never looking back.
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Fakespot says B, company itself gets a C. https://www.fakespot.com/product/...4a156ae15b
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It's better to buy one of those thin spiral ones if you have a space crunch. I wouldn't get these. They are done with one puncture
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Living in downtown. I got sick of working on my cars and having to pay to get them washed. Started renting a garage where I can store one of my summer cars but the landlord doesn't let me keep a hose connected to the spigot. So this was the best thing I could do. I've had a similar brand for 2 years running.

Somethings to consider:

Water pressure is good but amount of water that actually comes out is less than a traditional hose.

The hose gets dirty because of the outer skin getting wet and touching the dirt.

Make sure you shut off the end of the valve before turning on the water or you'll have a fun soaking time.

I never let it sit fully pressurized for long amounts of time. This is probably why a lot of them start breaking down and leaking.

Mine had a plastic screw nut and it doesn't look like it can take much tightening.

Not too many terrible things. It does take a little while longer to wash a car with one of these. The pressure makes up for it as I can get underneath and inside the wheel areas.

Once you're done you want to let it shrink and empty itself. There's a lot of water that needs to come out.



If you wait and check every now and then target, Walmart, homedepot will have these on clearance. I bought mine for $4, it only came with a one spray pattern nozzle where you can turn to adjust the size of the spray.
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Living in downtown. I got sick of working on my cars and having to pay to get them washed. Started renting a garage where I can store one of my summer cars but the landlord doesn't let me keep a hose connected to the spigot. So this was the best thing I could do. I've had a similar brand for 2 years running.

Somethings to consider:

Water pressure is good but amount of water that actually comes out is less than a traditional hose.

The hose gets dirty because of the outer skin getting wet and touching the dirt.

Make sure you shut off the end of the valve before turning on the water or you'll have a fun soaking time.

I never let it sit fully pressurized for long amounts of time. This is probably why a lot of them start breaking down and leaking.

Mine had a plastic screw nut and it doesn't look like it can take much tightening.

Not too many terrible things. It does take a little while longer to wash a car with one of these. The pressure makes up for it as I can get underneath and inside the wheel areas.

Once you're done you want to let it shrink and empty itself. There's a lot of water that needs to come out.



If you wait and check every now and then target, Walmart, homedepot will have these on clearance. I bought mine for $4, it only came with a one spray pattern nozzle where you can turn to adjust the size of the spray.
Thanks for detailed info.

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Just saw another user named Amlucia commented about this hose:
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I bought 2 of these about 3 months ago, they came in a cute bag and packaging...both leaked out of the box! One, leaked at the fitting where it attaches to the hose bib, not the part that connects, but the part that attaches to the hose, which was obviously a defect...the second one leaked in the middle of the hose....sent them both back...just FYI
So I would proceed with caution...
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I bought 100ft..used few times.i liked it... Been about month ...no problem so far
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Thx. In for a 100ft one.
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Thanks. Ordered a 50ft.
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I have used two of these types of hoses but they always tear and break down. I switched back to the traditional style and I am never looking back.
I had the same experience. I bought 2 different brands in the summer of 2016 from Walmart and both teared after less than 3 months of use in the summer. One day I came home and noticed the water flowing down my driveway and found the hose bursted in the middle while we were away. Thank goodness we didn't get a flood but who knows how long the water was running. Afterward I went back to traditional hose and bought 3 of the Sears brand and been very happy with them. I like the convenience of the flexible hose but they tear too easy. I may try one of those Stanley 75ft on the retractable reel when I can find a sale.
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