Pocket Hose Brass Bullet - Expanding Lightweight Garden Hose #bulbhead

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In all the places we've lived, we've always had some kind of outdoor garden, whether it's fruits, vegetables, flowers, or a combination of all three. This year, in our new home, we've only had time to plant tomatoes since we have so much interior renovation happening here. Having a garden means we have to have a reliable garden hose and the Pocket Hose Brass Bullet has been our choice for years.
The Pocket Hose Brass Bullet comes in several lengths - 25 feet, 50 feet, 75 feet, and 100 feet. We actually own three of the 75 feet hoses. They are super lightweight and flexible when they are empty. I've found the best way to use it is to turn on the water faucet and let the water fill the Pocket Hose Brass Bullet until it's fully expanded as the water pressure fills the hose, then open the nozzle for a steady stream.
We can connect our Pocket Hoses together if we need to reach the far edges of our property, which is just under an acre in size. We can also connect any kind of regular garden sprayer handle to the Pocket Hoses. When the water spigot is turned off at the faucet, I generally spray out the remaining water in the hose on the plants around the faucet so the hose returns to its compacted, flexible size, making it very easy to wind up onto the hanger.
We've used Pocket Hose Brass Bullet expanding hoses for years. We have not had to replace one yet, because they are very durable. We've added onto our collection as we've moved to bigger properties since we know Pocket Hoses stand the test of time. I highly recommend the Pocket Hose Brass Bullet. I'm so happy I will never have to drag one of those super heavy vinyl hoses around again!
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