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Suncast 150 ft. Hideaway Hose Storage Box $25 @ Home Depot

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Suncast 150 ft. Hideaway Hose Storage
  • Holds up to 150 ft. of 5/8 in. standard vinyl hose
  • Slide Trak Hose Guide helps keep your hands clean—Lets you guide hose onto reel evenly without touching hose
  • Decorative wood-look diagonal slat pattern enhances any décor
  • Conveniently conceals and stores your garden hose
  • Fully assembled – no tools required
  • 3 Year Limited Warranty
  • Note: product may vary by store; call to confirm brand/model # availability
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS
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Good deal. Too bad I need the 225' model that isn't on sale.
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I own this for a couple of years now and its been great. Only wish it had wheels, as moving it around is cumbersome with all the hose weight.
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Have it, frikkin hate it.
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Have it, frikkin hate it.
Can you share why you hate?
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Super annoying to wind, hose always gets caught/looped or favors one side.
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I have 100ft of craftsman rubber hose in there. Brutal to wind up, guide always jams. Equally brutal to unwind as it just moves the whole box if you try (staked or not) and you're forced to pull the hose out in a pile first. The thing really sucks. If you're close to NH I'll pay you $5 to take mine
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Like other said, these are terrible. They can't hold the listed capacity if you use a quality hose. Mine broke after a few years. Hard to roll up the hose if it is not coming in strait. Do yourself a favor and buy an open metal hose reel. If you do make the mistake of buying this, only plan to fit about half of the rated hose in there.
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I have 100ft of craftsman rubber hose in there. Brutal to wind up, guide always jams. Equally brutal to unwind as it just moves the whole box if you try (staked or not) and you're forced to pull the hose out in a pile first. The thing really sucks. If you're close to NH I'll pay you $5 to take mine
I stack couples concrete blocks on top to keep it stationary (I own one with similar design). It takes 2 people to recoil and oftentimes I leave it unwind.
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I'd also like to chime in and say how terrible this thing is. I also had 100' of craftsman rubber hose in mine and it was basically used as storage for the winter. It was too much of a PITA to actually use as a reel so you'd end up just piling it all out on the ground for the summer and rolling it back up in the fall.

Winding it up required the upper body strength of Lou Ferrigno, it would tip over every single time you tried to unwind it, the slide track broke on the 3rd or 4th time and required zip ties to repair it, and the cheap plastic water inlet would leak/crack if you looked at it wrong.
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I stack couples concrete blocks on top to keep it stationary (I own one with similar design). It takes 2 people to recoil and oftentimes I leave it unwind.
Your workaround completely defeats the purpose of a storage box.
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If you lift the cover, does this have the handle to move the guide so it won't tangle? I have a similar one and mine has a handle that makes it easier to reel.
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I appreciate the feedback, negative and positive.

Those who "dislike/PITA/hate" it, what would you recommend? Perhaps just a storage box for the hose? I'm also one in the market for a hose storage unit and had considered this. I know there was a SD posted the other day for a Suncast storage unit as well.
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If you lift the cover, does this have the handle to move the guide so it won't tangle? I have a similar one and mine has a handle that makes it easier to reel.
Same here. It's not the ideal box, but it's fine. It stores my quality 125ft of hose(2 hoses) and I just have to keep sliding the guide as I reel it in so that it is evenly distributed in the reel. Sounds like people want an automatic storage box that requires ZERO effort. 95% of these storage solutions require a little effort on the owners part. It's not that big of a deal to get it working properly. I have had mine for 3 years and no issues yet. That said, I feel like this post may have just jinxed me.
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