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Model #27142HD

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5/8 in. Dia. x 50 ft. All-in-One Sprinkler Soaker Hose

  • 2-in-1 sprinkler and soaker hose
  • 3-tube sprinkler-spray soaker hose
  • Includes removable end cap to connect multiple hoses
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Product Overview

The Gilmour 5/8 in. Dia. x 50 ft. Sprinkler Soaker Hose offers a choice between sprinkling and soaking your plants. This versatile hose features durable plastic construction and a consistent gentle spray to fulfill many of your watering needs.
  • California residents
  • Allows you to choose between soaking and sprinkling
  • Perfect for use with grass, gardens, trees and shrubs
  • Spray is consistent and gentle
  • Durable plastic base
  • White stripes indicate when the hose is properly positioned
  • Note: product may vary by store



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Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
500
Fitting Size
5/8
Product Depth (in.)
4.5
Product Height (in.)
35
Product Width (in.)
4.5

Details

Adjustable
No
Base Material
Plastic
Commercial / Residential
Residential
Decorative
No
Maximum Pressure (PSI)
40
Maximum Spray Distance (ft.)
10
Motion Sensor
No
Returnable
180-Day
Sprinkler Base Type
Stand

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
7 year

Questions & Answers

9Questions18Answers

spray width is what ? Would it reach maybe a three foot wide area?

Asked by jett September 19, 2020
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Yes--mine sprays about 5-6 ft. width under med. pressure so will go up or down accordingly.

Does this hose have holes the length of the hose for spraying?

Asked by greenthumb2 August 11, 2020
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Yes there are holes throughout the hose. The last hole has the most water coming out though.

Is this hose drinking water safe? Does it contain lead? Does it contain BP Plastic?

Asked by susyQ July 7, 2020
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It is supposed to be used for irrigation purpose. Doesn't matter

How wide a path does the hose spray along the length?

Asked by JasonC June 2, 2020
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I'm not sure if the path is dependent on water pressure. At the ends of the hose the spray is usually 5+ feet. In the middle it can be 3 feet with much lower spray volume.

Does it come in black?

Asked by JB March 15, 2020
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Answer

No, it does not come in black.

Is the hose flexible? Can I gently loop it through my vegetable beds?

Asked by customer May 20, 2019
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I loop the 50' length hose easily around all the plants in the foundation beds around my house - starting with the plants closest to the house, then looping back to the opposite end of the bed by snaking the hose around the plants in the middle and front of that same bed. However, before I hook the hose to my outdoor faucet and start laying it in the flower bed, I uncoil it and put a paving stone or brick on each end of the straightened hose on my sidewalk or patio on a sunny day, while I go do other chores for an hour or so. This way, the hose softens up a bit and is more flexible before you start arranging it the way you want it.

If I hooked 2 of these in parallel using a Y connector, how much pressure would be needed for the...

Asked by Dan May 2, 2019
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I used one 50 foot hose and 1 50 sprinkler hose. It worked fine.

How many of these hoses can you connect end to end?

Asked by winesalot August 11, 2018
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That depends on how much pressure you get from your faucet to move the water through the hose and if any of the beds are at a higher level than the flow of water from the faucet. One of my outdoor faucets is at a lower level on the West side of my house, so I use 2 of these hoses to water the beds lower than that level on that side and one of my front beds. The faucet on the East side of my house is at a higher level so I have one of these hoses that I connect to an 8' extension hose from that faucet, then snake the Gilmour hose between the plants in a raised bed near my back porch, then, due to a 4 nozzle connector I have on my faucet, I connect 2 other Gilmour hoses to water the side and another front bed, leaving one nozzle at the faucet empty so I can either fill a bucket directly, or attach another hose to hand water, or wash my car.

How long do you set the time on a soaker hose to receive 1 to 2" of water per week

Asked by lcg May 12, 2018
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Answer

In my case I think at least 24 hours to get any where near an inch. The water comes out in a mist, not much volume.

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All around great product for the price. Can be left over winter under mulch.
All around great product for the price. Can be left over winter under mulch.
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seems to do a decent job....
seems to do a decent job.
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This hose isn't like the old heavier rubber ones because...
This hose isn't like the old heavier rubber ones because it's a clearer material, but a well placed rock will hold it down to help flatten it in the beginning before it relaxes. It's a beautiful teal color and releases a fine spray when used as a sprinkler; it is also a soaker when turned over. Very glad to fine this hose as I had a long narrow strip of grass to water!
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I ordered three of these. After two weeks of use,...
I ordered three of these. After two weeks of use, one of the three developed a split near the hose connector. Water shoots out everywhere. I am going to try cutting the end off and attaching a new hose end. We will see...
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The hose worked fine until about the fifth day in sprung two leaks. I am returning it.
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The hose worked fine until about the fifth day in sprung two leaks. I am returning it.
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I have a few other Gilmour hoses that are great quality as well as sprinklers. I decided to purchase this hose for a specific area in my yard. It worked great for about a week then a few holes at one end suddenly got very large and started shooting a large stream of water that made the hose ineffective for my needs. It was a waste of money at this point. Currently looking for another sprinkler hose to replace it.
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