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PIRIT PWL-02-25 Water Line 25-Foot x 5/8-Inch Heated Water Hose (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • 25 foot heated hose for use in below-freezing temperatures
  • Thermostatically controlled heating element turns on at +/- 45 degrees F. and turns off at +/- 57 degrees F
  • Constructed with a food grade PVC accepted by the FDA for potable water
  • Approximate cord length is 6 feet
  • Certified to UL and CSA safety standards

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B002RODR1G
  • Item model number: PWL-02-25
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #85,020 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Product Description

The PIRIT Heated Hoses solve a myriad set of problems for anyone who needs to deliver water outdoors in below freezing temperatures. Farmers who need to water livestock, horse owners, gardeners, RV owners, and outdoor contractors are only a few of the potential users of PIRIT Heated Hoses. PIRIT Hoses have electrical cord sets attached to them which, when plugged in, activate the heating element which is built into the hose material. All PIRIT Heated Hoses are made with PVC material which is FDA-approved for potable water, knit-re-enforced and made with high-quality nickel-plated brass fittings. The PIRIT Water Line is for anyone who needs to use a hose in below-freezing temperatures. Depending on need, leave it plugged in 24-7 or simply plug it in only when in use. The thermostatically controlled Water Line is set to activate the heating element if the ambient temperature outside the hose is +/- 45 degrees F. and to turn off the heating element of the ambient temperature reaches +/- 57 degrees F. If left plugged in, it will never allow water to freeze inside. If left unplugged with water inside, the water will freeze. Just plug it in before use, give it a few minutes (depending on how cold it is outside) to thaw and you'll have running water again. The PIRIT Water Line is the only heated hose on the market today that has been certified to UL and CSA safety standards for outdoor electronic products. PIRIT Hoses have electrical cord sets attached to them which, when plugged in, activate the heating element which is built into the hose material. All PIRIT Heated Hoses are made with PVC material which is FDA-approved for potable water, and are knit-re-enforced with high-quality nickel-plated brass fittings.

From the Manufacturer

The PIRIT Water Line is for anyone who needs to use a hose in below-freezing temperatures. Depending on need, leave it plugged in 24-7 or simply plug it in only when in use. The thermostatically controlled Water Line is set to activate the heating element if the ambient temperature outside the hose is 45 degrees F or below. If left plugged in, it will never allow water to freeze inside. If left unplugged with water inside, the water will freeze. Just plug it in before use, give it a few minutes (depending on how cold it is outside) to thaw and you'll have running water again. The PIRIT Water Line is constructed with a food grade PVC accepted by the FDA for potable water. The grounded cord is approximately 6 feet in length. Certified to UL and CSA safety standards. Please note that the temperature gauge is located at the faucet end of the hose. RV users with hose attachment compartments need to be aware that the heating element may fail to activate if the compartment temperature is warmer than the outside air.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Piece of junk save your money!!!
LS
Thanks to the heated hose we can stay in freezing weather with no problems.
William F. Snyder
Not happy with the hose, will be sending it back.
K. Tatu-Bell

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Jen on December 13, 2010
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I was skeptical about how this hose would work. I read the reviews, some good and some bad. When I received the hose, the nights were getting to 10 degrees and every night I would take my normal hose off, blow it out, store it and put it back on for the morning. Before I did that, the hose would freeze up. With the new hose, I connected it, plugged it in and I have never had any water problems since. I have had it connected for the last 2 weeks. It has never frozen up or leaked. I love this hose. I have seen others around the RV site where we are at and they have tried insulating their hoses, some have worked, others not. This to me is the best way to go. Well worth the money.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By D. Alfieri on November 3, 2010
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well after much searching the internet for a heated hose for my rv(travel and live in it permanent for work) i picked this one, after playing the shipping game hooked it up and leaks terrible at the connection collar (NECK) plus cord is to short to reach and says you can't use extension cords. so big let down and don't have to to wait for replacement which takes days send old one back,then wait days for new one and hope for the best.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Vet4Fun on December 12, 2011
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Just another example of how the China nation is holding us hostage. This hose was DOA. Temperatures on the high teens and low twenties and it never turned on. Water in hose froze three different nights. Verified electrical source was 118VAC, breaker NOT tripped. When hose was frozen I tried to read ohms across plug, circuit open, either internal thermostat bad or heating element open. Had to revert to my homemade heated hose.
Hose used to supply water to RV in Reno, Nevada.
Would not recommend to anyone!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael H on October 27, 2011
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It leaks out of the black lining on the source side (not at the threading, but behind where the power cord enters it. This is useless in freezing temperatures as it would build-up and freeze.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. G. on January 11, 2011
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I bought this hose to provide a water source to a travel trailer in North East Tennessee.
I have used for 6 weeks and it worked in tempatures down to the high teens.
Tempature drop one night to 4 degrees and the last 6 feet + or - of the hose frooze solid.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Catherine C. Potter on December 12, 2009
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We had high hopes for this product, it definitely fills a need. But it froze solid the first night it got down in the 20s, and then developed a short. We'll have to go to the trouble of sending it back but are more disappointed that we don't have it to use! Hope the manufacturer figures out what caused this, we'd buy another if we knew this experience was an anomaly.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Steve Gwynn on November 7, 2012
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I folded the black neoprene type collar back far enough to secure the hose connections, on both ends. Turned on the water looking for leaks. No leaks.
Folded the black collar back into proper place and plugged it in. To check operation, I slipped one probe from a BBQ remote thermometer under the black collar on the RV end of the hose and dangled the other probe outside for ambient temperature.

When outside temp got to 10 degrees (+ not -), the probe under the collar registered 42 degrees. I had no freeze. Now, installed at second location and it is still working as expected. When outside temp gets below 40, water stays at 40 - 44 degree range. Can't ask for more.

Read the instructions carefully. The thermostat is on the end that connects to the RV, so if your water connection is in heated space, it won't get cold enough to turn on the hose heat.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By HAUS DOC on April 28, 2012
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Before getting this heated hose, we had been RV camping in below freezing weather. The water hose froze solid overnight leaving us with a 20 foot long ice cube which took all day to thaw out inside the rig. Since obtaining and deploying this heated hose our troubles are over with frozen water lines. No matter what the outside temperature. A great product for campers.
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