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Craftsman 69605 100' x 5/8" Premium Rubber Garden Hose

Item# 07169605000P | Model# 69605 | Added on May 13, 2010 |
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Hydrated and Happy No matter what time of year or type of weather you're facing, you'll be able to keep your plants hydrated with the Craftsman 100' x 5/8" all-rubber hose. Tired of trying to water those hard-to-reach places? This extra-long hose helps you get those spots on the outskirts of your garden. Designed to stay in good shape, you'll keep your flowers, shrubs and grass refreshed and happy all season long.

  • Made of a durable all-rubber material
  • 100' long with a 5/8" diameter so you can bring water wherever your lawn or garden needs it
  • Features a new concave hexagonal shape to reduce kinking that weakens water flow
  • Reinforced radial tire cord features 500 psi force strength
  • Remains flexible in temperatures as cold as -25°F and can withstand water temperatures of up to 160°F
  • Crush-resistant brass coupler fastens securely to your water source
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By phogroian
July 25th, 2014
You'll never need to buy another hose... unless this one gets stolen!

I've always liked rubber hoses instead of plastic ones. They seem to be more flexible and better-behaved. That said, there really is nothing exceptional about THIS rubber hose except the Craftsman forever warranty (well, as long as Sears is in business)... and I'm keeping my fingers crossed, 'cause I've always loved Sears. Go ahead, leave it under pressure 24/7...let it bake in the sun, leave it out all winter, use it year after year after year. Leave it to your grandkids after you kick the bucket! Just don't run over it with the mower. Like any hose, for the first six months that you own it the first water that comes out will have "eau de tuyau" (hose funk), but it will eventually off-gas. Then it will be broken-in, and ready for the next hundred years of faithful service.

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By Anonymous
April 7th, 2009
Ugh!

This is a frustrating piece of equipment. I find myself fighting to keep it from kinking in 50 different places, and anytime I touch the hose my hands end up black! I am planning to return this item.

11 found this review helpful
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searscom

Durable

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They only hose I I ever buy they last forever. The black rubber heats up fast

18 days ago
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RICHARD djicrash
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Perfect !perfect!!!!

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Very good water hose. Life time warranty baby!!!! Also never krinks up on ya. I am definitely gonna recommend it

March 1st
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EILEEN HORNING
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February 27th
Ezboyshopper
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Super good quality

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This is a good quality hose that has held up very well. This thing will last years. No sense buying a bad quality hose. The fittings on this hose are sturdy and quality. The actual hose itself if very, very good.

September 4th via kmart.com
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Chris707
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Alert not the same hose it once was

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They recently changed this hose its round now not a hexagon made thinner and feels like its not all rubber (maybe some kind of plastic). The new one feels lighter ie cheaper the brass ends are not as heavy duty anymore. One of the few things I went to sears for is now gone their hoses are like everyone else

May 3rd via sears.com
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