HS2500HP

HoseCoil Blue Hose with Flex Relief

HoseCoil Blue Hose with Flex Relief

Description

The HoseCoil Blue Hose with Flex Relief is built with standard 3/4" field serviceable soild brass fittings, and HoseCoil's newly upgraded (HP) high performance Polyether material.

Features

  • Polyurethane
  • Light Weight, Easy To Use
  • Self Coiling, Easy To Stow
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$29.99
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HoseCoil 25' HP Self Coiling Hose with Flex Relief are lightweight, self-coling hoses.  A HoseCoil hose is the the perfect solution for using and storing a hose.

Features:

  • 85-90% Usable Length - Excellent extendibility
  • Solid Brass/Stainless Steel Connectors - Improved flow rate and rust free use
  • 360 Gallons per Hour Flow Rate
  • High Quality Brass or Stainless Steel Fittings



*Replaces the HS2500U

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
HoseCoil Blue Hose with Flex Relief HS2500HP Blue Hose with Flex Relief, 25'
$29.99
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