|Item Weight||5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.8 x 10.8 x 3.5 inches|
|Item model number||HFZ3850YW2|
|Manufacturer Part Number||HFZ3850YW2|
|OEM Part Number||HFZ3850YW2|
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Legacy HFZ3850YW2 Flexzilla 3/8" x 50' Hybrid Air Hose (1/4" MNPT ends)
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- Lays flat; no memory
- Kink resistant under pressure
- Extreme all-weather flexibility, even in sub-zero temperatures (-40 degress to 150 degrees F)
- Maximum working pressure: 300 pounds per square inch
- Excellent abrasion-resistant outer cover; includes bend restrictor that reduces wear and tear, prolonging the life of the hose
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Top Customer Reviews
After starting with an old heavy rubber hose I switched to a light weight PVC hose. I loved the light weight, but as soon as the air was turned on it became very difficult to manage because it would twist up and was hard to roll up neatly. That is why I was attracted to the Flexzilla.
When it arrived I was very happy with how supple it was. However, after I installed the ends and hooked up the air I immediately noticed that it had two sections that would twist about 90 degrees. making for a messy roll. Bummer. I was still generally happy with the hose overall, even though I was a little disappointed with the twists when the air was on.
Fast forward 11 months and all has changed. My wife went into my shop the other day and found the hose rolled up and hung in it's appropriate spot but part of it was flailing around and there was a loud hissing sound. Yup, the air pressure had been left on (90 PSI on the regulator) and the hose had ruptured. Three small holes within a 1/4" of each other. Had clearly blown OUT.
This hose was never mistreated. In fact, it's in virtually new condition. I've only used it for spraying four times since it was purchased.
This hose comes with a 1 year warranty and Amazon says I ordered it on March 21, 2013. I'll contact Legacy and update my review appropriately.
Update - March 27, 2014
It took some time to get a hold of the right person at Legacy Manufacturing. I sent a message though there website but never got a response. I left two voice mails but never got a response from those either. It turns out that the person who normally deals with warranty issues was out for a week due to a family emergency.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bullet proof hose. Have been replacing all my other air hoses with these as needed.Published 1 day ago by tell family
Best air hose ever. Yellow is a safety broadcast as well. Get some now. Purchased over 200 ft. of Garden Hose based on this transaction.Published 5 days ago by R. C.
Have been using this hose for almost 3 years, and it has not let me down. In the cold, heat, being run over in the driveway, doesn't matter, It is super flexible, doesn't kink like... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Oakley24
Switching to this air hose is about as awesome as switching from the 3/8 rubbers to the 1/4 polys years ago. I use these professionally with trim guns.Published 12 days ago by Jodi Schleichardt
I love the Flexilla air hoses. This is the second one I bought because the first one I burned a hole in with welding slag. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
Melts & bursts when placed close to the compressor output. Easily kinks and wraps itself up while filling making it a real pain in the butt to deploy. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Christopher James
Great flexibility in any temperature, easy to wind up. The only air hoses I buy.Published 16 days ago by sm1999
After a few years this thing is going strong. I use it a lot of painting parts in my garage with my spray guns. Read morePublished 18 days ago by VIc
Have only used it a few times but LOVE how this thing rolls up. I cannot stand the PVC hoses that come standard with most compressors. The thin coiled ones end up blowing out. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Amazon Customer