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Model # 512-25E

Internet # 203325422

1/4 in. x 25 ft. Red Rubber Hose with 1/4 in. NPT Fittings

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$16.48 /each




Model # 512-25E

Internet # 203325422

Amflo Rubber Air Hose is ideal for rugged applications where hoses may be dragged over concrete or other rough surfaces. The rubber construction offers very good cold weather flexibility and coils easily for storage.

  • 1/4 in. hose diameter
  • 25 ft. hose length
  • 300 psi working pressure
  • 1/4 in. MNPT


Assembled Depth (in.) 
8.86 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
2.99 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
8.86 in 
Fitting size (in.) 
Hose Length (ft.) 
25.0 ft 
Accessory Type 
Air Hose 
Air Tool Type 
Compressor/Air Tool Features 
No Additional Features 
No additional components or accessories are included 
Maximum operating pressure (psi) 
Product Weight (lb.) 
3.53 lb 
Tools Included 
No Additional Tools Included 
Tools Product Type 
Hand Tool 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
3 Years Warranty 


Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Hose but Smelled Badly & Has Some Coil Memory This hose seems well made and was a good value for the money. However it stunk terribly like chemicals out of the box, even without getting near it, and when I unfurled it, an oily residue made my hands wet. I ran it through a shop cloth and that turned the cloth red. I make sure to wash my hands thoroughly after handling this hose, especially so when it was new. The entire shed stank from the hose for the first few of weeks, but gradually the thing aired out and the smell subsided. So aside from having a "break in period" it's fine. It was made in China, of course (the smell gave that away right off). I try to avoid buying things from China but didn't know beforehand and in this case likely would have bit the bullet and got it anyway as it's hard to find short hoses locally, and at such a good price. One thing I was disappointed about is that I got a rubber hose so it would be easy to coil and uncoil. However this must have some kind of inner skin that has a wrapped direction because it doesn't just fall to the ground limp (like my old 25-yr old rubber hose that finally failed). It has memory and a "curl direction" and when you coil and uncoil it you have to whip it around just a bit to get it to coil right. If I had paid more, this would really annoy me. It isn't terrible like a vinyl hose, but it doesn't behave like the proverbial passive rubber hose that has NO coil pull. If I could "recommend it with caveats" that's what I'd check below. If budget isn't a concern, you might want to buy American-made that doesn't stink from chemicals and is truly passive coil-wise. But otherwise, it appears to be good enough for my uses. August 21, 2013
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