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All-Season 30.5 m (100 ft.) Premium Super Flex Garden Hose $54.99 ($15 OFF)

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Nov 21, 2013
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Montréal

All-Season 30.5 m (100 ft.) Premium Super Flex Garden Hose $54.99 ($15 OFF)

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Price:
$54.99
Savings:
$15
Expiry:
July 1, 2018
Retailer:
Costco.ca
This one seems much better than the Flexon sold in warehouse. $54.99 after a rebate of $15, shipping and handling included as always on Costco.ca you get 100 ft. for the price of 75 ft link to 100 ft ===> https://www.costco.ca/Boyau-d’arrosage- ... 89243.html
link to 75 ft ===> https://www.costco.ca/All-Season-22.9-m ... 12099.html


Product Details

This all-season premium water hose has a unique blend of materials which make it extremely flexible and kink resistant. It features triple-layer construction and rayon-braided reinforcements. The hose is resistance to UV rays, oil and chemicals. The spring-end protectors add tremendous durability. The high-quality long-neck crush-proof octagonal couplings and fittings make it easy to connect with any faucet. This hose is great for winter activities (ice rink flooding), power washing, watering and gardening. The super-flex garden hose is extremely light weight (20% lighter than the regular hoses).

Features:
Light weight
Easy connection
Temperature range: - 40°C to + 65°C (- 40° F to +150° F)
Residential and commercial use

Dimensions (L x W x H) and Weight:
36.8 cm x 35.6 cm x 16.5 cm (14.5 in. x 14 in. x 6.5 in.)
Weight: 5.8 kg (12.8 lb.)

EDIT: link to 100ft hose: https://www.costco.ca/All-Season-30.5-m ... 89243.html
Last edited by DoorCrasher on Jun 27th, 2018 2:43 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Costco.ca down?
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Nov 13, 2012
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WINNIPEG
That link is not valid. See: https://www.costco.ca/All-Season-30.5-m ... 89243.html

A fair number of complaints about 5/8 being the size of the outside diameter ... People were saying the inside diameter was the size of a pencil.

Been burnt before on a costco garden hose so I think it might be worth it to keep on looking. Keep posting those hose deals !
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HALIFAX
If it's the same 100ft hose they have in store you may hate it. It is really bulky and heavy and a pain in the ass to roll up/unroll.
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Apr 3, 2006
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purchased this one after returning the 100' in-store flexon hose. This is definitely a huge upgrade, lightweight and easy to handle.

I have a 4.0 gpm pressure washer so ensuring I have at least 5.0 gpm from hose was essential, and after testing I confirmed I had 5.0 gpm so diameter of hose is sufficient for my taps.
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this ons is rubber, the flexon one is not.

rubber > the rest
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edited first post with corrected link to product page
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i am planning to put a hose under the soil . is this one good enough?
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Dec 25, 2012
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Why don't they have a sale on a hose for the postage stamp sized yards. 100ft and 75ft is huge!
JS
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Nov 28, 2010
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James Stonehenge wrote: Why don't they have a sale on a hose for the postage stamp sized yards. 100ft and 75ft is huge!
Cause you can roll a too long hose whereas you can't stretch a too short hose
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Nov 29, 2006
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steven80 wrote: this ons is rubber, the flexon one is not.

rubber > the rest
Just curious, where did you find the info listing that this is made from rubber? I don't seem to see it anywhere...
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Dec 30, 2013
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Mississauga
Can someone who has this hose comment on the small inner diameter? Is it a problem? Any good hose reel for this?
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Sep 3, 2009
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Calgary
I have the same hose but shorter version for years. it may not be exactly rubber, but feels very similar, for the price, I think it's a good hose.
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Dec 19, 2007
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far away
Will the smaller inner diameter impact the flow rate?

Two Costco.ca reviewers complained about that.
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Dec 23, 2007
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I did some searching and it seems this hose also goes by the name "Crisp-Air Premium All Season Water Hose" (amazon, walmart,staples etc all sell it)

Seems to have good reviews, only downsides i read is it can be hard to un-twist and seems the ID is 1/2" or possibly smaller...

I'm temped to buy, but wondering if i should just buy something like the flexzilla hose instead. Does anyone know if the flexzilla is a true 5/8" ID.
one thing i do like is the black color. Im thinking the flexizilla green color would look dirty after a few years?
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I just pulled the trigger on the flexzilla from staples.ca https://www.staples.ca/en/Legacy-Flexzi ... CA_1_20001

Its $102 dollars but, i managed to find a $10 coupon thanks to a rfd member in the staples coupon section of this site.

Was going to pull the trigger on this Costco one but i didn't like the fact that it seems to not be a true 5/8" hose. Hopefully the flexzilla is.
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Aug 19, 2004
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Hmm. Just going to be returning the flexon hose today. 100' is too long and it's hugely heavy.

probably just pick up a cheapie hose from canadaian tire. proably need only 50' at most

any suggestions

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