HoseCoil Blue Self Coiling Hoses with Flex Relief

HoseCoil Blue Self Coiling Hoses with Flex Relief


The HoseCoil Blue Self Coiling Hoses with Flex Relief are lightweight and easy to use.


  • 360 Gallons per Hour flow rate
  • Self-coiling mechanism makes them easy to store
  • High quality brass and stainless steel fittings
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  • Polyurethane
  • Light Weight - Easy to use
  • Self Coiling - Easy to stow
  • 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
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HoseCoil Blue Self Coiling Hoses with Flex Relief HS1500HP Blue self coiling hose with flex relief, 15 feet
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HoseCoil Thumb Lever Nozzle WN810U Thumb level nozzle
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HoseCoil Power Lever Nozzle WN820U Power level nozzle
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HoseCoil Firehose Nozzle WN500U Firehose nozzle model number WN500U
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HoseCoil Side Mount Enclosure HC15S Side mount enclosure
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HoseCoil Horizontal Mount Enclosure HC25H Horizontal mount enclosure with additional 25 ft. feeder hose
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HoseCoil Flush Mount Enclosure with Nozzle HC15F Flush mount enclosure with nozzle
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