Need a garden hose that stays flexible no matter what the thermometer reads? Meet Swans WeatherFLEX water hose, designed to stay flexible year-round in all temperatures to eliminate the need for adjustment whether its hot or cold outside. Swans WeatherFLEX all-weather hose is a medium-duty garden hose perfect for everyday watering tasks such as watering the garden, watering the lawn and general cleanup. With a 5/8-inch inside diameter and strong 300+ PSI burst strength, the WeatherFLEX water hose delivers just the right amount of water at the right speed for all of your outdoor needs. This flexible garden hose also includes Swans patented Hose Armour at the female coupling to prevent it from kinking at the water source, while aircraft-grade-aluminum couplings are crush-resistant to 900 PSI. An easy-to-clean jacket, meanwhile, is abrasion-resistant to help keep the WeatherFLEX hose free from wear and tear. The WeatherFLEX all-weather water hose is available in a variety of lengths so it can be accessible where you need it the most, including in a 150-ft. length, which is best for a hose reel hose.
Swan Weatherflex Garden Hose, Medium Duty
- Knit reinforced for flexibility
- Kink resistance
Size: 5/8″ X 50 Foot
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This hose is intended for normal lawn and garden use, and light commercial use only. Before using, place the washer firmly into the coupling at the faucet end to ensue a tight seal. We recommend that you run water through the hose until it is cool before use. Drain your hose when you are not using it and keep it shaded as much as possible. Water left in a hose in the sun will expand, damaging the hose. Protect your hose from harsh winter weather by storing it indoors. Be sure to drain the hose completely before storage as water remaining in the hose can freeze, damaging the hose. Hose Should Be Prepped as Follows: 1. Remove packaging, uncoil hose and straighten to full length. 2. Attach hose coupling to faucet, then attach nozzle to remaining hose coupling. 3. Turn faucet for full water flow. 4. Release any trapped air with nozzle. 5. Straighten hose completely to remove any twists. 6. Turn off water and release pressure at nozzle. 7. Coil hose as usual.
Do not run hot water through this hose. Do not leave the hose under pressure when it is not in use. Heat or pressure may damage your hose, and could cause it to leak or burst. This hose contains chemical(s), including lead, known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm. Do not drink from this hose. Wash hands after use. The inside of a hose is dark, damp and warm, conditions which may cause bacteria to form. Also, garden hoses are typically used with, or come into contact with, products such as spray nozzles, pesticides and other lawn and garden products that may contain harmful chemicals.