Ohuhu 75 Feet Expandable Garden Hose Review #gardenhoseblue
October 17, 2015 by
I have wanted an expandable garden hose like the Ohuhu 75 Feet Expandable Garden Hose since they became popular a few years ago. We have 3 faucets on the outside of the house, and previously just two hoses, so we would lug around one whenever necessary. The large green rubber hoses we currently have are heavy, hard to relocate and isn't simple to deal with whether working in the garden, washing the car or attaching it to one of my kid's water toys. In fact, it's so tough to deal with, the one in the back yard is stuck to the pipe and can't be removed, no matter how many "strong" people have tried. This Ohuhu 75 Feet Expandable Garden Hose comes with an 8-pattern spray nozzle and a wall holder for the hose. It's really light and easy for anyone to handle. Comparing this to the hose I have that includes a metal attachment to the pipe, this one is plastic. There was no leaking and I won't have to worry about it sticking.
Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. The following review is my own honest opinion of this product. ~ Ronda.
- [Improved] Crafted with High Polymer Material, more durable and stronger.
- Comes with a high quality spray nozzle with 8 adjustable patterns.
- Bonus a high quality hose holder to keep your hose neat and tidy.
- Space-efficient design, starts out 25 ft and expands to 75 ft with water pressure, but returns to 25 ft after water out.
- Never tangle, twist or kink, flexible and easy to handle and storage.
I've had it for a few weeks now and used it multiple times to wash the car, water the garden and just water down random areas of the house. After using it and turning the water off, I continued to spray my grass and garden area until all the water was out of the hose and it shrunk to its original size. It also connects with no issues to my son's slip and slide, but did not work with our sprinkler.
The bad: Cosmetically, I wish this hose was available in green, because the blue is really noticeable in the yard. I keep it on the back patio anyway, so it's not a huge deal...but for someone who keeps it in a yard they may not want a royal blue hose. Also, although I appreciate the connection being made of plastic since my metal one is stuck to the back yard faucet, that can also work against it. Eventually, this may break or crack.
The good: This hose is perfect for the landscape because you won't kill flowers with a hard spray. My kids are able to carry it without complaining because it's really light and it works well with no leaking.
If anything changes, I will update this post.