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Old 08-07-2012, 09:29 PM   #29
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Old 08-08-2012, 05:14 AM   #31
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If I was, I would have used bold capital letters.
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Old 08-08-2012, 06:35 AM   #32
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I buy bottle spring water to drink. I use the spring hose for washing the coach and once for putting out a fire.
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It is a great idea for rving because of the little space it takes up when not in use. However it is not advertised for nor designed for drinking water use.
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I don't think they will last very long. They will either rot from lack of use or crack from excess flexing.
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Thanks Dunner. That is what I was wanting to know. I was looking for a lightweight hose, not for drinking, but to replace the bulky heavy 25' one I carry onboard. Based on your experience I will pass.
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I buy bottle spring water to drink. I use the spring hose for washing the coach and once for putting out a fire.
Did you check to see if the hose was certified for putting out fires?

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Only if it is a Chinese Fire Drill. Remember those?
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I carry both a standard white hose and one of these... Handi-Hose - Product - Camping World

Takes of very little space, works great in cold weather (not freezing) as it stays flexible.
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Good luck with that wind up hose. Different color and winder, but the same flat hose mine had. If you're careful with it and don't kink it anyplace, it may last.
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Good luck with that wind up hose. Different color and winder, but the same flat hose mine had. If you're careful with it and don't kink it anyplace, it may last.
I've had it kink once or twice while setting up but since it's fabric and not plastic/rubber does not appear to be affected. I have seen other flat hoses in winders that were rubberized but chose not to get them.
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This thread reads like a "Ed Wood" movie

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My hose a was a "As Seen On TV" fabric over thin rubber one. The winder went in the trash when the handle broke, but I still have what's left of the hose.
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