Teknor Apex Company 4006-50 Hose Zero-G 1/2X50 Rv/Marine

March 3, 2020 - Comment
Add to Cart $33.92Amazon.com Price
(as of March 2, 2020 23:28 GMT+0100 - Details)

Compared to heavy-duty vinyl hoses:- 40% lighter weight – kink free- abrasion, leak and puncture-resistant- flexible and easy to store

Product Features

  • Lead-free, complies with Consumer product safety improvement act of 2008 for lead content
  • Manufactured with F.D.A. Sanctioned materials
  • Made in U.S.A.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Super compact I have been using the 25 foot version of this hose for my Motorhome for a year now, and have been very happy with the ease of use and storage compared to the standard white hoses. Until now, I’d kept a white 50 foot hose stored as a backup when I need more hose, and I finally realized that was crazy, because they are so much heavier and bulkier, to say nothing of a pain in the butt to recoil. Now I’ve got 75 feet total of hose, in much less space and weighing much less.

Anonymous says:

Of all the choices, best for our motorhome and yard. Maybe not the best for construction or commercial landscaping. After trying everything imaginable, expanding/contracting hoses, pure rubber garden hoses, and contractor grade hoses, I’ve decided that I really like this hose better than anything we’ve used. In the past,​ I liked the white/blue potable-water hoses for the RV and the Sears rubber hoses for the yard, but both are a pain to pull out and then stow.For the motorhome, the drinking-water version is perfect because it stows compactly and doesn’t get pre-twisted and tangled like regular…

Anonymous says:

Hoses are my kryptonite, but not this one! I have owned boats for 30 years, and always had to wrestle with the hose. They are my kryptonite! You can never get them coiled up well, they get caught on everything when they are stored, and they kink and never recover. I’ve tried many, many different brands and then I found the Zero-G. This hose is perfect for a boat – you can coil it up just like a line (rope) and store it in 1/4 of the space as a normal 50′ hose, it doesn’t get caught on wooden docks, as many fabric covered hoses do, and…

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