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Nelson Rezimar High-Water Flow Dual Outlet Kink-Free Flex Hose Adapter with Coil 50315

by Nelson

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  • Rezimar body with metal ergo swivel coupling
  • Large on/off knobs with soft grip overmold
  • Dual outlet
  • Large water passages for high water flow rate
  • Flex hoses with kink-free coils
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Nelson Rezimar High-Water Flow Dual Outlet Kink-Free Flex Hose Adapter with Coil 50315 + Nelson Faucet Adaptor - High Flow 4-Outlet Manifold 50316 + Nelson Rezimar Dual Outlet Hose Adapter 50310
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 3 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0015AOEYC
  • Item model number: 50315
  • Average Customer Review: 2.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,466 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The Kink-Free Hose Adapter with Coil prevents kinking or twisting of the hose while use. It saves on wear and tear of the hose, and features a metal ergo swivel coupling. The Rezimar body stands up to tough outdoor conditions, and the large water passages allow for higher water flow rates.

Product Description

Nelson Rezimar 50315 High-Water Flow Dual Outlet Kink-Free Flex Hose Adapter w/ Coil

Nelson Hose Adapter Dual High Flo Kink Flex Hose The Nelson Hose Adapter Dual High Flo Kink Flex Hose is designed to offer you superior functionality, along with convenient and long-lasting usage. When selecting a garden hose for domestic watering requirements, it is crucial to choose one which is able to deal with the environment that it is being used is and also boasts of great quality. Our range of garden hoses are deigned to do just that! This collection will help first-time gardeners as well as the seasoned ones to find great quality hoses to fits their individual requirements. Product Features: It prevents kinking or twisting of the hose while use. Saves a lot on wear and tear of the hose. Features a metal ergo swivel coupling. It's Rezimar body stands up to tough outdoor conditions.


•Rezimar body with metal ergo swivel coupling•Large on/off knobs with soft grip overmold•Dual outlet•Large water passages for high water flow rate•Flex hoses with kink-free coils


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Customer Reviews

Valve leaked and hose blew off.
ABF3000
WHY can't a manufacturer take a good idea like this and MAKE A QUALITY PRODUCT OUT OF IT??
Steven R. Roth
One lasted about a month and the other blew up on first use this year.
Dulany Lingo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By JimBob on August 7, 2009
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Like another reviewer, I had previously had a similar Y-splitter marked "Goodyear". Those babies lasted for years but I could no longer find them. I was overjoyed when I found these, especially with a Brand Name that I respected (up to now) of NELSON.

BEWARE! These work for a few days and then start leaking at every orifice. I have had one leak where the hose connects to the brass and a couple more have leaked where the male theaded connector is crimped onto the brass fitting at the end of the hose.

I bought TEN of these and have already thrown 5 away. DON'T waste your money!

Jim
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Steven R. Roth on May 5, 2010
I've used one of these for three years. It's leaked from one place or another almost since new, but with some additional tightening you might get them to stop. Until now. On filling the supply hose with water (it's empty and dry through the Winter) it was apparent that the thing was unserviceable. Let's tote up the problems: 1) both flexible hoses are severely cracked. (It's never exposed to sunlight). 2) The ferrules around the compression seals on the hoses are CRACKED. (How these could crack is beyond me since they're steel, but there they are. Both of them cracked.) 3) There are leaks on BOTH of the compression fittings at the outlets. One of those is working its way out of the fitting. 4) One of the valve seals leaks. These have leaked off and on since new, but with a little "working" of them, it usually stops. Not this time. So I officially give up. This thing is garbage, not worth $2, much less $18. Oh, and while I'm on the subject of value for the money, I'd like someone from the Nelson company to justify that price level for the crappy stamped-steel outlet fittings. Normally for this kind of money, you have every right to expect machined brass fittings that will last forever. I should have known better in the first place. When you see stamped steel fittings on inlet or outlet AVOID that product. It's not made to last. Like this one.

The sad part is that with some attention to quality this could be a very nice design and easily worth the asking price. The valve handles are large and easy to operate, unlike the cheap plastic types with those little nubs or the sintered zinc types with thin metal handles with edges that cut into your fingers. WHY can't a manufacturer take a good idea like this and MAKE A QUALITY PRODUCT OUT OF IT?? It's frustrating.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By ABF3000 on September 11, 2010
I have tried this because I wanted a full flow shutoff. I have had the following problems:
1. Flexible hose blew off when under pressure-50-60 psi at house. Replaced it.
2. Valve leaked. Replaced it.
3. Valve leaked. Replaced it.
4. Valve leaked and hose blew off. Could not get it off hose until I used two pipe wrenches. It had corroded and stuck to the brass fitting on the hose. Threw it away!
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By WPL on July 21, 2009
I have some of these that I bought at Home Depot which are labeled as Goodyear but look exactly the same as these. I thought they looked really sturdy and heavy duty. I was using them on hose bibs, often with a timer and a hose hanging off them. The other day, after about a year of use, I heard the sound of running water and luckily for me I quickly found that one of these Y connectors had come apart, and since it was in the open position (with a timer to control the flow) water was gushing out. Inside the spring is a hose which is crimped between the metal parts on each end of the hose, and the hose had pulled out of the crimp. I had some new ones which I had just purchased at Home Depot (because I liked them), so I read the fine print on the back of the label of one of these and I was surprised to learn that it said the max pressure was 60 psi, which isn't really that high. I think I have around 75 psi. So I freaked out when I realized that I can not use these things in front of timers so that the unit is constantly under pressure. Now I will have to replace a number of them (before they break and cause a big water bill). In closing, I was really surprised because these could fail catastrophically after a year of service because they look like they are so really sturdy and well made. I still like them, but be really careful about using them in front of timers so the hose part is under constant pressure, if your pressure is over 60 psi. That's the caution, don't let the hose part be under constant pressure. If you always turn off the water at the hose bib or using the yellow lever then they should be fine.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Ben Gilbert on April 9, 2009
I bought this at Home Depot last summer and used it for about 5 months. The design is great with the easy to turn shut-off handles, and I liked the high water flow as compared to cheaper shut-off valves.

However, it is just not built to last. This spring when I hooked it up again, I discovered that one of the valves is now on in the "off" position, and when put in the "on" position, it is mostly off but leaks. I have no idea how this happened -- apparently the connection between the ball inside the valve and the handle is not reliable.

Unfortunately this is going to end up in the trash - I was hoping it would be more durable than the cheap metal shut-offs with plastic handles, but it wasn't. Next time I'll be buying a solid brass unit.
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