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[Lowe's] FLEXON 1/2" X 50' LIGHT-DUTY HOSE for $10.99 (In store only, GTA stores)

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[Lowe's] FLEXON 1/2" X 50' LIGHT-DUTY HOSE for $10.99 (In store only, GTA stores)

listed on a page 15 for GTA Flyers.

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Dec 4, 2017
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Toronto-ON
I'm moving to a house and need to buy a hose... is this a good one?
It's so cheap that makes me think it's not a good one, LOL
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Sep 29, 2011
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MrMello wrote: I'm moving to a house and need to buy a hose... is this a good one?
It's so cheap that makes me think it's not a good one, LOL
It is not, you should buy a rubber hose
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Jan 25, 2005
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i think Costco has 100 feet for $30
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MrMello wrote: I'm moving to a house and need to buy a hose... is this a good one?
It's so cheap that makes me think it's not a good one, LOL
This will probably last you a year. So you either buy cheap one every year or you buy nice one that lasts for a few years . The end cost works out about the same.
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paaji wrote: i think Costco has 100 feet for $30
Costco have the heavy duty ones for $30, and they are BAD. REALLY BAD. So I'd expect that this one won't last more than a season
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MrMello wrote: I'm moving to a house and need to buy a hose... is this a good one?
It's so cheap that makes me think it's not a good one, LOL
I bought the exact same hose for 9.99$ 3 years ago at Kent Building Supply (Atlantic chain) and I'm still using it to this day. I have another cheap one from walmart (5$ clearance) as well. We have it out laying on the ground almost all summer because we have a garden and a green house.

We live in the country with an unpaved driveway and the hose has held up good for the 3rd year now :)

Again it's a $11 Garden Hose.. It might not last as long for you but I took a chance and happy with it.

They are 12.99 here right now and was thinking of getting another one to make it 150ft total because we made our garden in a different location this year and I can barely reach it with 100ft of garden hose :)
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Jul 17, 2010
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Toronto
What could go wrong with a cheap garden hose?
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Aug 25, 2011
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MISSISSAUGA
DoorCrasher wrote: Costco have the heavy duty ones for $30, and they are BAD. REALLY BAD. So I'd expect that this one won't last more than a season
Yes, I was really disappointed. It kinks a lot
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bullbell wrote: Yes, I was really disappointed. It kinks a lot
Supposed to be anti-kink. NOT ... The hose Rio off when it is heavili kinked. And it tend to break where the connector is inserted into the hose.

Long story short: do not bother buying the one Costco sells
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Nov 21, 2013
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js321 wrote: What could go wrong with a cheap garden hose?
Wasted money? Aren't we on RFD to find good deals and save money? Thinking Face
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Feb 2, 2011
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Toronto
guillaume019 wrote: It is not, you should buy a rubber hose
DoorCrasher wrote: Costco have the heavy duty ones for $30, and they are BAD. REALLY BAD. So I'd expect that this one won't last more than a season
What would you guys recommend?
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Jan 8, 2011
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Montréal
Variability wrote: What would you guys recommend?
I really like the Crispair rubber hose. I had one connected to a pool sump pump for 2 winter outside and it is working like new. No issue with connectors. May be too strechy if you are using a hose reel.
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/crisp- ... 1001053918

What I saw is most of the hoses available have garbage connectors. Get a good garden hose that doesnt collapse or pinch too much when you make a knot. Then buy good replacement connectors for it when it start leaking...

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