|Item Weight||5.95 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15 x 15 x 4.4 inches|
|Item model number||21009|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||22853|
|OEM Part Number||22853|
|Cover Included||Camco 22853 Premium Drinking Water Hose - 50'|
Camco (22853) 50ft Premium Drinking Water Hose - Lead Free, Anti-Kink Design, 20% Thicker Than Standard Hoses (5/8"Inside Diameter)
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||15 x 15 x 4.4 inches|
|Item Weight||5.95 Pounds|
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- Heavy duty hose is 20 percent thicker than standard drinking water hoses
- Drinking water safe, lead free, BPA free, phthalate free and leaves no strong plastic taste in your drinking water
- Machined fittings and strain relief ends for added durability
- UV stabilized for longer life and made with NSF certified hose
- Compliant with all federal and state level low lead laws. CSA Low Lead Content Certified to NSF/ANSI 372
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Camco's Premium Drinking Water Hoses are heavy duty reinforced hoses that are 20 percent thicker than standard hoses. The anti kink design features machined fittings and strain relief ends for added durability. The hoses are lead free, BPA free, phthalate free and UV stabilized for longer life. Made with NSF certified hose and made with drinking water safe material. CSA low lead content certified. Complies with California's AB1953 and Vermont Act 193 Low Lead Laws.
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These hoses don't sit in the sun all day, as the sun moves across the sky, leaving them in shade half the day. Starting last year, after 3 years in service, these hoses discolored badly and gave the water the same bad plastic smell of regular garden hose. I've attached a photo of what they look like now. I will replace them with something different.
At the exact same time in 2014, I bought a competing drinking water-safe hose which is no longer sold by Amazon. Such a shame! The GatorHyde hose looks brand new after siting in the sun every day of the year for 4 years.
If your use is intermittent and the hose spends most of its life stored in a dark closet, then you'll like this hose. Or if you expect to throw stuff away every few years, it's just fine. I have rubber hoses that are more than 20 years old. Not a fan to making more garbage.
So, I switched over to Flexzilla. It's drinking water safe, stays very flexible (hence the name), stretches to an extent, has good ends and is pretty damn tough. I haven't had an algae problem with it yet but I'm keeping an eye out. It does let light through but hopefully not the right spectrum that algae needs to flourish like the Camco. If it does, the search will continue for a drinking water hose but I'll keep the Flexzilla as a wash down hose for sure. Mike from the Lifesaport live-aboard blog
Side note: Ever notice that products and brands that end in "o" usually end up with issues.
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Changing rating to 1 star
Update, hose just sprung a leak right where the bulge is. Not the quality that I was hoping for.