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HOME HANDYMAN 14" x 8" x 6" Tool Box for $6.97, ELEMENT 5/8" x 50' Green Grow Eco-Friendly Garden Hose for $16.77

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Jan 24, 2013
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[Home Hardware] HOME HANDYMAN 14" x 8" x 6" Tool Box for $6.97, ELEMENT 5/8" x 50' Green Grow Eco-Friendly Garden Hose for $16.77

ELEMENT 5/8" x 50' Green Grow Eco-Friendly Garden Hose
  • Eco-friendly watering hose
  • Lead free
  • Phthalate free
  • Doesn't add toxic chemicals or harmful odours to water supply
  • Drinking water safe
  • Ideal for organic gardening
  • Made from medical grade vinyl
  • 5/8" x 50'



HOME HANDYMAN 14" x 8" x 6" Tool Box
  • Durable polypropylene construction
  • Built-in, 5 compartment top organizer, with see- through lid
  • Lift-out carry tray
  • Heavy duty plastic latch
  • Lockable lid
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Sr. Member
Feb 2, 2015
540 posts
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Calgary, AB
The reviews on that garden hose are not good .. "hard to roll up" and several about how it kinks easily
Deal Addict
Dec 3, 2006
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Vancouver, BC
Always use a rubber garden hose....any other kind will kink, crack and become garbage very quickly...
Deal Addict
Aug 24, 2007
2569 posts
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Ottawa
Home Hardware makes it really hard to support them when they require a $50 order minimum before they allow for curbside pickup.
Newbie
Feb 5, 2011
28 posts
27 upvotes
Toronto
Chrno wrote: Home Hardware makes it really hard to support them when they require a $50 order minimum before they allow for curbside pickup.
There is a minimum from the website. There is no minimum if you call your local store directly.
Newbie
Jul 15, 2010
26 posts
81 upvotes
ottawa
Chrno wrote: Home Hardware makes it really hard to support them when they require a $50 order minimum before they allow for curbside pickup.
The Home Hardware near me (Morris' on Wellington St) does not require a minimum if you call the store instead of placing the order online. They are also very quick, the order is usually ready in less than 10 minutes.
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Jul 27, 2004
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Kelowna, BC
stovetop wrote: Always use a rubber garden hose....any other kind will kink, crack and become garbage very quickly...
I'm looking for a new hose to replace my moldy Flexzilla. Any links to some good rubber ones (preferably on sale since this is RFD after all!)
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Nov 21, 2016
276 posts
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abbotsford
Is that toolbox a particularly hot deal or something? I see Home Depot has a toolbox for $7. I’m in the market for a toolbox but don’t know anything about this stuff
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Dec 5, 2004
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MischaLevine wrote: There is a minimum from the website. There is no minimum if you call your local store directly.
They must have read your comment, as I see a minimum $20 on online orders now.

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