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GYMAN Garden Hose 50 Feet Expanding Water Hose with 10 Patterns Sprayer Nozzle Solid Brass for Car Washing, Plants Watering and Pets Showering
5.00 / 5   (3 Reviews)
Price: $24.99


This Garden Hose is the best choice for you. It is 17ft long when not in use, but designed can be expanded up to 50ft for special needs. The strength fabric casing is light-weight and can be bend easily for different shapes, which is convenient for store and help you save space. Also, This Garden Hose is designed with high quality. The 100% natural latex core, high quality polyester casing, and all solid brass fitting, which makes it is durable and can resist the highest level of water pressure.

Product Dimensions: Original Length: 17 Feet/Expanding Length: 50 Feet
Color: Green and Black
Weight(without garden sprayer): 2.2 Lbs
Inner Material: 100% natural latex
Outer Layer: High quality polyester
Connector Material: Solid brass
Inside Diameter/Outside Diameter of the Inner Hose: 0.23*0.37 inch
Water Pressure: 0.2-0.6MPa

Warm Tips:
1.Extend the water hose totally, do not let the hose knotted.
2.Best working under water pressure range 0.2-0.6MPa.
3.Adjust the nozzle to avoid leaking.
4.Don&rsquot let the hose rub against the ground frequently.
5.Completely drain water from hose and hang up it when not in use.
6.Store the hose in cool and ventilative place.

Package Included:
1x Garden hose
1x Sprayer
1x Garden hose holder



03 May, 2019
This is awesome, tried and used it for my garden very flexible and length was just enough.  more »

Great !

23 Apr, 2019
I love this garden hose. It is compact and easy to store when I'm not using it. The spray nozzle has a variety off options for different things. #RankBoosterReview #Sponsored #GYMAN more »

GYMAN Garden Hose 50 Feet expanding with sprayer nozzle

26 Mar, 2019
I use these all summer because they are lighweight and I  have a long distance to stretch them to my garden.  When I'm done, I just go to the faucet and start pulling and coiling.  ... more »