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Flexzilla Heavy-Duty Lightweight 5/8" 50-Ft Garden Hose $31.98 + FS

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the Flexzilla Heavy-Duty Lightweight 5/8" 50-Ft Garden Hose (HFZG550YW) for $31.98 with free shipping.

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is this hose any good? tired of buying new ones every year for my deck usage - need some flexibility and easy for it to fall back next to the deck without being a pain to lift it up onto the deck - been using those flex like ones, but the ends always break
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is this a price match against sams, which has for same price?
https://www.samsclub.com/p/50ft-g...roduct_1_3
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is this hose any good? tired of buying new ones every year for my deck usage - need some flexibility and easy for it to fall back next to the deck without being a pain to lift it up onto the deck - been using those flex like ones, but the ends always break
Yes. 100x yes. We switched over a few years ago to FlexZilla air hoses at work. The technicians love them. Seeing how much better they were than standard red rubber air hoses, I bought one for home use. A few months later I saw the FlexZilla garden hose on Amazon and decided to clunk down on it. It's completely unlike my other hoses (I've got a lot - my in ground sprinklers are shit). It's flexible all the time whether under pressure or not. I'm on my second season with it. Only complaint I've got is that the coating is covered in what I'm assuming is mildew. Doesn't affect performance in any way, but I've relegated this one to back yard duty because it's ugly now.
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Yes. 100x yes. We switched over a few years ago to FlexZilla air hoses at work. The technicians love them. Seeing how much better they were than standard red rubber air hoses, I bought one for home use. A few months later I saw the FlexZilla garden hose on Amazon and decided to clunk down on it. It's completely unlike my other hoses (I've got a lot - my in ground sprinklers are shit). It's flexible all the time whether under pressure or not. I'm on my second season with it. Only complaint I've got is that the coating is covered in what I'm assuming is mildew. Doesn't affect performance in any way, but I've relegated this one to back yard duty because it's ugly now.
Mildew? Explain?
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This or Zero G? I have a Zero G, but it kinks all the time!
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Yes. 100x yes. We switched over a few years ago to FlexZilla air hoses at work. The technicians love them. Seeing how much better they were than standard red rubber air hoses, I bought one for home use. A few months later I saw the FlexZilla garden hose on Amazon and decided to clunk down on it. It's completely unlike my other hoses (I've got a lot - my in ground sprinklers are shit). It's flexible all the time whether under pressure or not. I'm on my second season with it. Only complaint I've got is that the coating is covered in what I'm assuming is mildew. Doesn't affect performance in any way, but I've relegated this one to back yard duty because it's ugly now.
Do you have any pressure issues? I've never had good luck with these expandable ones holding any decent pressure. It's good when you let it fully fill up, but once I start using it the jet is pretty weak. Maybe I've used "bad" brands in the past, though 🤷🏼 ♂️
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Only 49 feet. Pass
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This looks like it tears very easily.
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some scary reviews about the hose... I guess I will pass for the 30$ continental hose at HD....
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is this hose any good? tired of buying new ones every year for my deck usage - need some flexibility and easy for it to fall back next to the deck without being a pain to lift it up onto the deck - been using those flex like ones, but the ends always break
Yes Great, I left it outside this winter (without even draining) and this summer there are no leaks. I live in Northeast and so winters are not mild. No kinks
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Yep the continental hose at Home Depot is much better for the same $30. Tried both. This one will develop mold at some point unless you store it and it's completely dry on the outside. Most reviews are recently after purchase long before that inevitably happens.
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Do you have any pressure issues? I've never had good luck with these expandable ones holding any decent pressure. It's good when you let it fully fill up, but once I start using it the jet is pretty weak. Maybe I've used "bad" brands in the past, though 🤷🏼 ♂️
This isn't really an expandable in the typical sense. It's got a standard 5/8" liner that stays 5/8 even when off. It's able to swell a bit, kinda like a thick balloon, in order to keep it from kinking. I've currently got the 100' going from my sprinkler timer out front, slid under the fence out to the back yard, out to a 5,600 sqft tripod sprinkler. It's running off my 45psi well pump, and covering every bit of the advertised footage of the sprinkler.
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