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|by D. Turner "Handy man"||Date Added: Tuesday 04 December, 2012|
Needed to replace ealrier version of this hose. Just right for keeping the planter boxes on the front porch watered.
|by Jon's mom||Date Added: Sunday 27 March, 2011|
We have plants all over the house and this hose reaches all of them from the kitchen faucet! Love it!
|by SANDRA DOWNIE "alexandra"||Date Added: Thursday 22 April, 2010|
This is the second Rumford watering tool I have owned. The first one gave me 10 years of good service. I especially like this model because the tip of the wand screws off to deliver a thin stream of water for filling fountains or watering large floor plants. I have owned the more inexpensive coil watering tools, but this one is worth the extra $ for indoor plants where unintended water leaks are to be avoided. The wand is 14", long enough for hanging plants. I have the hose attached to an extra faucet installed in the sink in my sun room sink. Note on low reviews: Read the description. This is not a fire hose. This is not a garden hose. It is intended to be a low volume hose for misting and watering indoor plants.
|by Frances Thompson||Date Added: Monday 14 January, 2008|
I'm using this to water plants and fill our humidifier and it works fine. The only problem encountered is the adapter supplied does not have enough depth to screw into the faucet and then attach the hose. I went to Home Depot and bought a standard sink to hose adapter for about $3 which solved the problem.
|by Seraph "seraphim4him"||Date Added: Sunday 26 March, 2006|
Vendor delivers fast and everything is in perfect condition when it arrives. The hose is slow, but compared to water all over me or the floor, it is a small thing to worry about. I guess I need to learn how to slow down in any case, as I rush through life in nearly everything I do. Great for fish tanks too. I only have to fill my bucket for tank water preparation half full now, and finish it up with my hose.....again, a work in patience, but well worth it compared to backaches carrying water too heavy, or water all over the floor.
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