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Aqua Joe AJQC-3PK No-Splash Aluminum Quick Connect Adapters (3-Count) $4.75 Free S/H

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Aqua Joe AJQC-3PK No-Splash Aluminum Quick Connect Adapters (3-Count)


LIMIT ONE PER HOUSEHOLD - MULTIPLE ORDERS WILL BE CANCELED
Splashless connect and disconnect
Never get soaked again!
Fits standard 5/8-inch thick garden hose
Contains 3 quick connect adapters
Solid Aluminum Construction
Universally Compatible with all Hose Accessories

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Thanks Great Deal
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Bought these last year and they're still sitting in my drawer. : /
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I do NOT recommend these. I bought them a couple of years ago on a SD and installed them right away. They work OK unless you ever need to remove them. They become "welded" to the hose and faucet. I had to use a pipe wrench to remove them from the faucet and still haven't been able to remove the other end from the hose. I will need to put the hose in a bench vice and probably heat the end a bit with a propane torch to get the darn thing off.

Frankly, you couldn't pay me to take a set of these.

Gave REP to OP regardless, not their fault the product itself is terrible.
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Bought some of these mid summer for like $12. They were perfect for me. I swap out a hose spray nozzle and a lawn sprinkler with ease. No leaks, no other issues to note. Picked up this deal since I have a couple more lawn sprinklers to put into the system. Thanks op
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Great deal! Just ordered!
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​capefearlessI do NOT recommend these. I bought them a couple of years ago on a SD and installed them right away. They work OK unless you ever need to remove them. They become "welded" to the hose and faucet. I had to use a pipe wrench to remove them from the faucet and still haven't been able to remove the other end from the hose. I will need to put the hose in a bench vice and probably heat the end a bit with a propane torch to get the darn thig off.
Thanks for the tip. This thing is aluminum, so I'm sure it has to do with corrosion of dissimilar metals. A few wraps of teflon tape when installing should help avoid corrosion.
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Thanks for the tip. This thing is aluminum, so I'm sure it has to do with corrosion of dissimilar metals. A few wraps of teflon tape when installing should help avoid corrosion.
You'll be better off in the long run if you just get brass from the get go.
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I use to have the same "welding" issue among nozzles, faucets, hoses, etc. until I started using teflon tape to make a barrier between threads. No more stuck threads! Try it.
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Thank you. I can't recall how long ago I set up this alert, but this is the first time I have been able to get these.
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You'll be better off in the long run if you just get brass from the get go.
I agree. I have tried a number of these over 30 years.
Brass ones will last 4 times longer. Gilmour or Nelson brands are the best of the brass ones. Not cheap but cost is less longterm compared to other brass or aluminum.
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Shows as $23 after a discount code. Dead?

This is almost a clickbait: small supply loss leader to get the person to the website
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