If you have to have a rubber hose this will work great for you. You must know rubber hoses are heave, a a lot of ground friction when pulling across the grass. The hotter it gets the more elastic. Rubber hoses suck for home use. If you want a rubber hose you will like it. My hose is 2 years old and is like new.
Two months after purchase side of hose burst open rendering it worthless. Craftsman refuses to honor warranty and just gives you the run around, always transferring you to someone else. Sears says to contact Craftsman and Craftsman says to contact Sears. Junk and their lifetime warranty is a joke.
After a couple of weeks the hose starting developing pin holes leaking water. Tried contacting warranty due to store closing with no success. Very poor quality. I would not recommend this hose.
Quality is so bad made with cheap material. Can't even hold the minimum pressure got ripped from multiple spots within first-time use. Will not recommend anyone.
hose burst within two months poor quality not near as good as my older rubber hose from Sears
The hose blew out after just a few weeks of use at the nozzle end of the hose. My old cheep hose lasted 7 years, the last 2 swelling but not blowing out like this one after just a couple of weeks.
Used it about 10 washing the truck and a bubble formed about a inch behind the spray handle and burst while I was rinsing truck. Being returned