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Model # WP38050FM

Internet # 202305262

Store SKU # 839734

3/8 in. Dia x 50 ft. Soaker Water Hose

$11.97 /each
  • Small diameter makes it ideal for use around plants and shrubs
  • Features a recycled, environmentally-friendly design
  • Standard watering hose for landscaping, lawn and garden needs

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Product Overview

The 3/8 in. Dia x 50 ft. Soaker Water Hose is the choice of professional landscapers everywhere. Made from recycled materials, this soaker water hose uses a patented water restrictor, which reduces water consumption by 70%, resulting in a truly environmentally-friendly hose. The smaller diameter, higher crush resistance and tensile strength make it easier to manipulate around plants and shrubs, weeping tiny drops of water where they belong: the root zone.

  • Reduces water consumption up to 70%
  • 65% recycled rubber construction
  • Water restrictor helps control the flow
  • Leaks at a rate of 1 Gal. per ft., per hour
  • Burst pressure of 200 PSI
  • Note: Product may vary by store

Specifications

Dimensions

Fitting Diameter (in.) 
.5 
Hose Diameter (in.) 
3/8 
Hose Length (ft) 
50 
Product Depth (in.) 
15 
Product Height (in.) 
2.375 
Product Width (in.) 
15 

Details

Antimicrobial 
No 
Burst Pressure (psi) 
200 
Coiled 
Yes 
Commercial / Residential 
Residential 
Crush Resistant 
No 
Duty Rating 
Standard 
Hose Type 
Soaker 
Hot Water Use 
No 
Kink Resistant 
No 
Lead Free 
Yes 
Product Weight (lb.) 
3.5 lb 
UV Resistant 
No 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
7 years 

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minimum pressure requirement?

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March 1, 2016
I am planning to use this fed from a rain barrel. The pressure will obviously be much lower then a traditional 40-60 psi incoming water supply. Will the weak pressure still be enough to permeate the hose?
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March 9, 2016
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It depends on the conditions. The best way is try some low pressure and find our your required soaker condition. Never try 40-60 psi for a long time it may rapture. As the price is low do not trust what is claimed.
Asnet Dynamic Hoses - a division of
Asnet Components Ltd
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23/F , On Hong Commercial Building,
145 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
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It depends on the conditions. The best way is try some low pressure and find our your required soaker condition. Never try 40-60 psi for a long time it may rapture. As the price is low do not trust what is claimed.
Asnet Dynamic Hoses - a division of
Asnet Components Ltd
Hong Kong (Wanchai Office / Sales)
23/F , On Hong Commercial Building,
145 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 3578-5372
Fax: (852) 3582-3310
E-mail: sales-1@asnetcomp.com
www.asnetcomp.com
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March 2, 2016
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Yes, the hose will work for that application.
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Im looking at soaker hose for my palm trees, It will only be charged from the sprinkler system. Can this hose be cut to length ?

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Do you carry a hose that can be cut to length
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Coverage?

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August 10, 2015
I purchased two of these today. I came home and hooked them up at two locations and turned on the water. It began to bubble out at the start of the hose. I came back 45 minutes later and only about one half of the hose had water bubbling out if it the last halves were dry. I took off the end cap and no water was flowing out of the end of either hose. I'm on level ground. Is this the way they work only half of the hose flows water? What did I do wrong? All your reviews suggest that these are great products I'm a little baffled. Is there a secret to getting even water flow out the entire length of the hose or not?
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Customer Reviews

Rated 1.2 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do not buy!!! Bought four hoses and three were bad. All leaked from the connection point. Two did not sweat. One had a burst in it from the very first try. The fourth who knows??? By then I decided to not even bother trying. TOTAL GARBAGE!!! July 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by soaker hose burst I have purchase several of these Gilmour soaker hoses and all of them have been defective. Past soaker hoses I have purchased came with a small pressure regulator disk, but these hoses did not have one. Instead, in very tiny print on the back of the label, they said the hoses are rated to 60 psi. The first hose I tried promptly burst when I turned the water on. On inspection I found a 3-inch gash at the far end of the hose, which I assumed had been there all along. The second hose I tried started bulging to about twice its diameter at the far end. I turned the water off and made my own pressure regulator disk, but when the hole in the disk was small the water only seeped out of the two ends of the soaker hose -- not out of the middle. When the hole was larger the far end of the hose bulged. I was never able to get the hose to where water seeped out throughout its length. (This, by the way, was on flat ground.) As I gradually increased the water pressure -- waiting 5 - 10 minutes between increases -- the hose eventually burst. The water never seeped out of the full length of the hose. I contacted Gilmour customer support 3 weeks ago to find out what the problem was but have not heard back from them. I would not recommend buying this product. July 14, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Poor Design I hoped that I was getting a hose that had a 6 to 8 foot wide pattern that I could water a strip of grass and flower bed along the side of the house. This is nothing like the hose that I had, a flat green hose that had good coverage and great flow. I have my pump set to 45 PSI for the summer watering season and have this hose connected to a 3/4 inch x 50 foot hose off a 1 1/4" main line. I am only getting spray to 3 foot high, by 3 foot wide coverage. The inlet fitting on the new hose is 1/2 inch so that seems adequate. The hoses label says it can be used for either sprinkler, spray into the air or soaker with the spray side facing the ground. I would not use the soaker side as this will dig holes in soft ground. Overall it does water but its slow at best. I should have read the other reviews since they are all in agreement this is a very poor product. July 3, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Very poor water flow, burst I had always used the 1/2" Apex soaker hose before. However, this year my local Home Depot only had the 3/8" WaterWorks hose. However, in a side-by-side comparison, the WaterWorks hose put out less than 1/4 of the water of the Apex. I know the WaterWorks hose is smaller in diameter, but do I really want to run it 5 times as long for the same amount of water? Plus, half way through the summer the WaterWorks hose burst. August 8, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Ditto junk I didn't think about reading a review on a soaker hose. Junk. Several hundred feet of this junk I should have tested. Maybe a way to force you to upgrade to a drip system. Which I will now do because this is junk. Did I mention it's junk? If not, it's junk. No wonder last year my plants didn't do well. Is there a 0 stars? I don't even write reviews. June 27, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Terrible Product Water sprayed out of holes for the first five feet, went down to a trickle at end. I believe should be even flow throughout. Do not buy. This hose is junk. June 19, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Junk Piece of junk. Enlarged washer hole and lasted less than 2 months and split open. Would not recommend. July 12, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Holes :/ There were holes and splits in the hose before I even used it. I won't even bother with the warranty, the product is too much a nuisance. May 3, 2015
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