The name says it all! This lightweight hose is made from a premium polymer that stays flexible even in sub-zero temperatures. No more wrestling with stiff hoses that refuse to cooperate — the Flexzilla lays flat on the ground and coils easily for storage. A ribbed inner core makes it extra strong and kink-resistant. Anodized, aircraft-grade aluminum fittings are crushproof. The large, comfortable gripping surface of the SwivelGrip™ fittings makes it much faster and easier to attach the hose to your spigot, nozzle or sprinkler.
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I would buy this product again
from Monmouth County, NJ
Comments about : SwivelGrip™ Flexzilla Hose, 50':
In fact I did. Our community garden now has 2 of theses hoses. They have sat out in the blistering, direct sun snd New Jersey's humidity since May and have been dragged up and down the rows. We have no kinking and no leaking whatsoever and 100% satisfaction with all users. Expensive, but well worth it.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
from Los Angeles, CA
I just purchased this hose again for another area in my garden. I now own two and will probably purchase a third! It is light, flexible and very easy to use. Never kinks or tangles.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
By Garden Path
from Albany, GA
Good solid hose
from New Jersey
first purchase leaked on male side but this one is perfect.
(13 of 13 customers found this review helpful)
Where is the 100' model?
from Central PA
The good...Its 15MAY and upper 30's in central PA and the hose it still flexible. It's not as flexible in as it is in warm weather, that would be impossible. I would say it's 3 times more flexible than any hose I've owned in the past 53 years though. When I first received it and stretched it out, I almost got a kink in it but it did straighten out. The swivel grip is fantastic, especially when you just want to take off a loop or two for a local spray. It is also easy to grip...not too big, not to small and nicely fits in my mens size 9.5 hand. It does make attaching the hose much easier to a nozzle, especially with dwindling dexterity. Love the brown...it's just less intrusive looking than the typical green...almost seems "classy" for a hose, lol.The bad...The swivel is made of plastic...so the threads are made of plastic...how well does plastic do when drug across your driveway? Solution...don't do that, lol. I fear having to be careful not to let this hit the sidewalk, driveway or dropping an end to the ground. I would have thought they could have worked in metal threads in the engineering dept. just something I didn't think about. I purchased a 100' length of non-kink hose last year for half this price. That hose sprouted a leak around the "crimp" to the hose and wasn't nearly as flexible as this one. It's expensive, I'll give you that but I think this should be a worthwhile "investment". Fifty feet is NOT as long as you think, lol...well be ordering another one.Gardeners had the best price on the web at the time and their shipping doesn't disappoint. Most places that give free shipping option/codes, end up sending their stuff via pony express. Gardeners shipped this so fast I just didn't expect it to come so soon...well done Gardeners!
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