- 12' (1/2" inner diameter) 90 watts, .75 amps, 120 volts, 60 hertz
- 25' (5/8" inner diameter) 180 watts, 1.5 amps, 120 volts, 60 hertz
- 50' (5/8" inner diameter) 360 watts, 3.0 amps, 120 volts, 60 hertz
- 100' (1/2" inner diameter) 500 watts, 4.50 amps, 120 volts, 60 hertz WARNING: Do not attempt to cut or splice hose as serious injury may result. Do not spray water into an electrical outlet. Severe electrical shock could result. Care and Use:
- Simply unroll the hose to use just as you would a normal garden hose..
- Screw the female end (near the electrical cord) of the hose onto your faucet. Make sure the washer is in place inside the female coupling.
- Plug the 3-prong cord into a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) or a properly-grounded 3-hole outlet that is protected by a GFCI.
- The heater is thermostatically controlled and will not turn on unless the ambient temperature approaches freezing temperatures.
- It is good practice to drain and unplug the hose when not in use to extend the lifetime of the hose.
- If water is frozen inside the hose, allow several minutes for the ice to melt after plugging in the hose and before use.
- DO NOT pull or tug the hose with excessive force as this may damage the fittings and electronic components.
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Hose used to supply water to RV in Reno, Nevada.
Would not recommend to anyone!
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.
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.
Update: I am so pleased with this hose that just wanted to say that the hose is still working just as it did on day one. We have our RV parked in north Texas as we speak. This hose has worked perfectly through the ice storm of 2013. Ordered this hose Dec. 15, 2010. Three years and counting!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this is okay if it doesnt get too cold,it is also hard to handle and not very flexible,Published 9 days ago by Joanna Summerlin
Thermostat stopped working. Saw hose was redesigned, as supidity prevails, tried a second one. Everyone in the park tried one, most failed.Published 8 months ago by camo
Have ordered several of these for clients and many stopped working within a couple months. One never worked and we were able to send back for a refund. Disappointing.Published 11 months ago by Elizabeth
Being an RV driver this hose has kept my water from freezing. Well worth the moneyPublished 12 months ago by Huston Crutchfield III
Kept rv water line in service all winter in freezing weather.Published 18 months ago by Daniel F. Dial III
Great heater hose so far. Great for RV water hook up when in colder climates.Published 19 months ago by Amazon Customer