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Legacy™ HFZG5100YW Flexzilla 5/8" X 100' Zillagreen Garden Hose W/ 3/4" GHT Ends

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Legacy™ HFZG5100YW Flexzilla 5/8" X 100' Zillagreen Garden Hose W/ 3/4" GHT Ends

Item #: WBB644220

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Price: $ 114.95
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Legacy™ Flexzilla 5/8" X 100' Zillagreen Garden Hose W/ 3/4" GHT Fittings

  • Extreme all-weather flexibility (-40° to 150° F Ambient)
  • Kink resistant - ribbed inner core design
  • No memory - lays flat
  • Anodized aircraft aluminum male & female fittings
  • Abrasion resistant
  • Rugged bend restrictors
  • Lightweight, coils easily
  • Ideal Garden Hose for Construction, Landscapers, and Gardeners

Product Specifications

    • COLOR FINISHZillagreen™
    • DESCRIPTIONPremium Flexible
    • CONSTRUCTIONHybrid Polymer
    • HOSE LENGTH100'
    • BRANDFlexzilla®

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Your review: Very flexible, but it does kink. Nice hose.

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Your review: Hose is lightweight, flexible, good under pressure, but it is so hard to wind it, or coil it, because the hose is just too flexible. The coiled tension cannot work its way down the length of the hose. It kinked so badly, it took me about 10 minutes to unkink and coil a 100' hose. I suppose I can try and coil it up while the water is running and that may make it firm enough for the tension to go down the hose while being coiled?

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