- 3 TIMES Expand – Expands up to 3x the original length and automatically retracts to original size when water is turned off as seen on TV. Hose is light – can be used by mature gardeners with mobility challenges
- DURABLE MATERIAL WITH SOLID BRASS FITTINGS – Made from double outer webbing and stronger inner latex tube. Has solid brass fittings that handle water pressure better than plastic fittings
- Durable double latex core to prevent bursting, cold weather and high pressure, it can operate under the water pressure up to 145 PSI/10 Bar (Normal water pressure is 43.5 -87 PSI/3-6 Bar)
- JUST TO MAKE LIFE MUCH EASIER! This newly designed collapsible water hose will Never tangle, twist, or kink, flexible and easy to handle and to storage!
- 365 Days 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE – If not satisfied we offer a no-questions asked money back guarantee!
Compact, lightweight, easy to carry and store.
Expands quicky to 3 times in length.
Drains water in seconds by contracting automatically.
No leaks, tangles or kinks.
Super-strong latex core.
External Factor for Leaks
1. Check that your nozzle correctly fits the hose connector.It is a U.S. standard size.
2. The hose connector has a built-in, leak-proof washer. A missing washer may cause a leak.
The Way to Avoid Bursting
1. Limit the water flow if your water pressure is higher than normal to avoid hose damage.
2. Completely drain water from hose when not in use. Store the hose in shade or under a cover. These tips give the hose a long lifetime.
3. Do not walk on the pressurized hose. Use caution so it does not get snagged or caught on a sharp object. Lay it out straight toward the area that you wish to water.
1. Make sure there is enough water pressure to expand the hose to its full length.
2. Drain the hose when it is being stored. Store the hose away from sunlight or keep the hose covered.
3. The outer webbing protects the inner-expandable hose. Please take care that the outer webbing is not cut, torn or punctured.
4. The connector/valve may be a little tight at first use. Gently use a small wrench or pliers to slowly open the valve.