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Telebrands Pocket Hose, 50-Feet
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- Easy to handle
- Water-powered Hose Rewind
- Flexible and lightweight
- 50-Feet length
- Never twists or tangles like ordinary hose
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|Hose Length||50 feet|
|Item Dimensions||6.85 x 6.15 x 5.15 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||102430|
|Shipping Weight||1.5 pounds|
Pocket Hose, the garden hose that's small enough to fit in your pocket, then expands automatically to a giant full sized hose. Pocket Hose is super lightweight and easy to handle, making it convenient to hang or store anywhere - even in your pocket.
Top Customer Reviews
I bought two 25 footers. They didn't have them so sent me 2 50' for the same price.
On day 1, the first one I tried was punctured from the start. It had a pinhole that was shooting out water. Crap.
So I went to the second one. It was fine and dandy, but 3 days later the nozzle fell off.
Then there's this: You watch the video and get the idea that after you use it it'll scrunch back up to it's original size. It won't. You'll never get it back into that container. It does scrunch up and it is neat to see it happen, but it doesn't get nearly enough. In fact, it's disappointing. I was thinking that you could sorta just let it hang on the spigot in a clump. The 50' hose was maybe still 30' long when it was done shrinking and still had to be wound up and hung up. It was WAY easier to wind up than a normal water hose, but was way more work than they wanted me to think it was going to be.
All in all, I'd avoid it until they come up with a better product.
This hose is more fragile than a traditional hose. It's not something you hook up and then let it sit around. You hook it up, you use it, and then you disconnect it and store it somewhere more protected. I didn't buy this thinking it would be as resilient as a rubber hose, and it isn't.
The Pocket Hoses get lot of heat for being labelled as not for use with drinking water. But almost all water hoses are labelled like this if you actually read the small print. It's generally only the white "drinking water hoses" for RV's that are "supposed" to be used for potable water. If you don't have qualms with drinking out of a regular garden hose, this one should be fine as well.
This hose did finally burst at one end after a couple years' use, and I think that's a result of two things. I moved to a new barn that has very high water pressure, and I left it accessible for everyone else there to use. It still lasted about 6 months in those conditions, which is pretty darn good for something I spent $15 on. I'm about to buy another to replace it, though it looks like the Pocket Hose Ultra is cheaper at the moment!
This is a great seasonal buy - imagine if you were going to buy a hose from your local big box store...you know the hoses that come in every color...and this is a good alternative.
Like those hoses, extended use will likely mean replacing the hose annually. Unlike those other options, this is super lightweight and compact.
For the full length it offers you can't beat it for portability.
Does it leak? After while, a little drippage may form near the connectors. It WILL pop if you attempt to turn on the water full blast when initially filling it up in most cases. However, if you turn on the water slowly, let the hose fill up with the end valve closed, then add a little (not a lot) of water pressure, it works great.
I've used this hose connected to a power washer, fertilizer sprayers, deck washer bottles, and regular hose attachments. It has held up for months of use with only the slightest bit of leaking at the plastic fitting near the spigot.
Keep in mind, this is a fabric covered hose that contains a flexible interior that IS subject to punctures. Pulling the hose over sharp or pointed objects is not recommended.
I hauled out the old hose, reconnected the beast and she spent the next few days re-wrapped the dead hose and returning it to Amazon. They were good on applying credit to my account for a refund. I guess the other reviews were right, this product is just too cheaply made. I wish we could find one that worked, the concept is great.