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[Home Depot] Flexzilla 50' Hose $53.95 after PM

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Jun 20, 2010
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Punira wrote: What nozzle or wand are people using that are good?
I've been using Aqua Joe SJI-4BHNC with mine for 2 years and both twist and jet nozzles work gret
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Nov 29, 2006
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I'm actually quite surprised how many positive reviews a non-rubber hose is getting. Has anybody who had both, a quality rubber hose and this flexzilla care to compare and comment?
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Sep 2, 2006
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Orleans, ON
I assume this can't be price match and beat by 10% in Ottawa, right?
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Mar 23, 2004
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Weird, ~$50 was the reg. price of this hose at HD about 2 years ago. Yeah yeah I know "no time machine" but just saying it was the reg price then not even a deal or sale.
Neovingian wrote: it's lighter than most heavy duty hoses, easier to clean, and doesn't leak. Honestly, you just have to try it out.
Also lifetime warranty.
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Jul 27, 2004
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ES_Revenge wrote: Weird, ~$50 was the reg. price of this hose at HD about 2 years ago. Yeah yeah I know "no time machine" but just saying it was the reg price then not even a deal or sale.


Also lifetime warranty.
Not seeing lifetime warranty. Do you have anything to back that up?
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errational wrote: Not seeing lifetime warranty. Do you have anything to back that up?
Huh?

Bruv...
Flexzilla wrote:...Plus, with our superior O-ring you get a long-term, leak-free connection at the spigot. The Flexible Hybrid Polymer inner tube material is drinking water safe. (Limited Lifetime Warranty)
https://www.flexzilla.com/water/garden-hose/

It's also stated on HD page:
HomeDepot wrote:Warranty / Certifications
Limited lifetime warranty
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/flexzi ... 1001098702
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Jun 28, 2013
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how does this compare to the shrinkable type of hoses?
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Dec 27, 2007
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randyxrandy wrote: how does this compare to the shrinkable type of hoses?
Everything I've read on RFD says to avoid those hoses as they don't last very long
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Squirrel99 wrote: Everything I've read on RFD says to avoid those hoses as they don't last very long
Everything I've read anywhere says to avoid them!
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This is the best hose I have ever had, bought it years ago, just chiming in, it's one of those purchases that makes sense to do if you are using a hose this is the go to hose!
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Aug 29, 2001
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ES_Revenge wrote: Everything I've read anywhere says to avoid them!
I've had them, they do work great. But yes - they don't last long once you start using them.

I got a stainless steel armoured hose and that has lasted years. But in both cases it was for a output in my garage.
Exterior has a 20 year old rubber hose still working good, and a flexzilla working great after 5 years.

One caviet with flexzilla, I put it on a hose reel and the plastic end does not allow it to roll up so I had to cut that end off. Its anti-kink properties makes it like to stick to the side of the reel when pulling on it (it goes flat rather then kink). The rubber hose just stays round.

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