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Gilmour 5/8 in. Dia x 25 ft. Flat Soaker Water Hose


5/8 in. Dia x 25 ft. Flat Soaker Water Hose

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Product Overview

The Gilmour 5/8 in. Dia x 25 ft. Flat Soaker Hose has a flat hose shape that's designed to be flexible and easy to handle to help make watering tasks easy. It is Flexible and easy-to-handle design.

  • Assembled dimension: 14 in. W x 1.4 in. D x 6 in. H
  • Flat, black hose
  • Use for watering and soaking
  • Coiled for your convenience
  • Round 5/8 in. fitting
  • Crush and kink resistant
  • UV resistant




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Customer Questions & Answers

How much water does the Gilmour flat soaker hose put out in an hour

How much water does the Gilmour flat soaker hose put out in an hour
Asked by: Vicki
The hose diameter is 5/8th inch.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-05-16

What is this hose made of? Is it a flat, inflatable, nylon-type material?

Asked by: CZfield
I am not sure what material but it is flat. They were absolutely horrible. I purchased 10 and every single one of them worthless after one summer season in the garden - they had huge holes. Someone posted that they got them to last longer by using a reducer. I would not buy them.
Answered by: franztini
Date published: 2016-04-29


If the soaker malfunctions do I need to return it to Home Depot or Manufacturer? And if I need to ship the malfunction soaker to manufacturer who is going to be responsible for shipping and handling?
Asked by: Ace
Hi Ace, this item has a one year warranty. If you have any issues with the item within that time frame, please contact the manufacturer, Gilmour, at 866-348-5661. Hope this helps! We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!
Answered by: THDSupport
Date published: 2016-02-13

Does this hose need an additional plug at the end if I am only using one 25' section? If so, what product?

I only intend to use this one length and want to make sure I don't need to come back to the store for and end fitting!
Asked by: ad1n
No additional plug is needed. One is provided for the male end piece.
Answered by: XFission
Date published: 2016-06-03
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Customer Reviews

5/8 in. Dia x 25 ft. Flat Soaker Water Hose is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 54.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bad Purchase, only expect one season from them I bought these for my garden last season with the expectation that spending a little bit more money upfront would save me headaches in the future. This is not the case with this product. Let me explain my usage. I used them to water a vegetable garden from approximately June through September. A few days following vegetable harvest ( I wanted them to dry out) I collected the hoses from the garden, coiled them nicely and stored them in a water tight tote in the shade for the winter. This spring when I placed them in the garden they were leaky and not good enough to ensure a good water for my garden. Complete waste of money, hoses should not be single season use. Go with the cheaper rubber soaker hoses.
Date published: 2014-06-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great when used correctly This isn't your standard soaker and, to get optimal results, must be used in the right way. First of all, for the 1 star reviews, I'm almost positive you're hooking it up to your faucet and cranking the water at full blast. No good, your hose will detonate. This is a soaker, so you'll either need to turn the faucet way down or, as I do, run these off splitters with very little water pressure. Also, unlike traditional round hoses, these are flat and very flexible. You can bend them at almost any degree and water will still get to the end of the hose. Additionally, water only emanates from the lowest spot on the hose. So if you're running them between containers, you can raise the hose up between the containers with poles so only the lowest spots (in the pots) will get wet. If the hose is flat, water will come out over the whole length at regular intervals. Final pro tip: use these after a length of regular hose (wrapping the ends in that white plumber's tape) and you'll have a very cheap, very successful garden drip system with minimal water loss.
Date published: 2013-04-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well The soaker hose works well for me. If you use it correctly by carefully adjusting the water pressure, it is fine. You have to be careful not to open the faucet very far since it needs only a little pressure to get it to work right. If you use too much pressure, you might cause the hose to burst or leak.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product I've been using these for a couple of years now, with excellent results. You do have to use pressure reducers with them, which can be had at HD for about $6.00. Trying to control the pressure with the faucet handle won't get the job done. Replace the plastic washers with rubber ones, and leakage will be negligible. I'm currently using 6 of them, connected to poly lines attached to sprinkler valves. My shrubs and perennials love them.
Date published: 2013-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very helpful during the drought! I bought 2 of these drip hoses during the drought this summer to help save our gardens. The hoses are very flexible and I was able to weave them along the roots of the plants and bushes in two different locations. I left them there and then just hooked up our regular hose to water for a couple of hours. These hoses just drip water out right where you need it- along the roots. The water does not get wasted on the sidewalk or up on the leaves, etc. I loved that I could leave it in the garden and just hooked up my regular hose when I needed to water. I left both of the hoses in the gardens, but you really can't see them. I highly recommend this technique for anyone who dislikes the use of a sprinkler.
Date published: 2016-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best soaker hose on the market This is by far the best soaker hose I have ever purchased. What's unique about this hose is that it's made of a fabric-like material which allows water to easily seep out without requiring a lot of water pressure. Because of this material, it is very easy to handle and store, unlike bulky rubber soaker hoses that kink and break. I have this hose connected to my 55 gallon rain barrel, and it works great. I will be buying more of these!
Date published: 2011-06-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from OK, but could be better Like others, mine sprung leaks along the seam. I understand now that the seam is not strong enough to withstand full water pressure. But, if you turn the water on just enough to tighten the fabric a little, it works fine. I don't know if there is a warning about this on the package, but if there isn't, there should be. Mine leaked in the first few feet from the faucet connection. I had nothing to lose, so I removed the two screws on the coupling and took it apart. Inside the fabric there is a thin walled plastic tube with tiny holes. The tubing and outer fabric are secured to the coupling by compression from the screws. There is also a short black piece of plastic tube between the inner tubing and the fabric. The soaker was about six feet longer than I needed, so I just cut off the leaky portion with scissors and re-attached the coupling. Now it works like new. I believe this would be a better product if the seam was heat sealed.
Date published: 2013-06-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Very disappointing As an irrigating system in a small vegetable garden, the ability to change the configuration of the hoses easily and their flexibility in navigating tight turns was very good. The positive aspects of their design was entirely offset by their extremely poor construction. Of the eight hoses I purchased, four sprang leaks within the first season. In addition, it was very problematic to try to return them to Home Depot despite being under warrantee. As they no longer carried them in the store, I was unable to return or exchange them.
Date published: 2016-06-28
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