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Old 02-12-2020, 03:50 PM   #21
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my birthday is in march. i have put the zero g hose, the green no kink hose and that hose basket in my amazon wish list if anyone wants to send me a present.
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Old 02-12-2020, 04:20 PM   #22
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what is the best 25 ft water hose for the city water hook up. i cant stand the hose i have now it is a beast to try and roll up.
I was looking at one of these maybe
first choice maybe
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N59VWPT...lig_dp_it&th=1


or this one

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N1FB8WV...v_ov_lig_dp_it
I have the zero G 25' & 50' hoses. I changed over the end of last year. I have been very happy with both. They are the RV ones and I got them on Amazon. I called the company about the "constant pressure " language and they told me that only pertained to unregulated pressure. I always use a water pressure regulator. She said they were made for RV camping and I could leave the water on with a regulator. She also told me if I had any problems don't hesitate to call. I've gone from one of the big black storage containers to a small clear one for hoses, regulator, spray nozzle, etc. and less weight.
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I have the standard ZeroG hose. We never drink or cook with tank or hose water, always buy bottled. Love the ease of fold up and so far no problem with pressure.
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Old 02-12-2020, 05:43 PM   #24
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I agree we have two 25's and I have yet to have a problem. I use a regulator and when we leave the site I turn off the supply and open the kitchen sink faucet until we return.
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We replaced the white stiff hose with the blue Zero G - love it. Unfortunately my GF bought the 50-foot and not 25-foot, but I guess the length may come in handy someday.
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We went with your second choice. Your first choice is not for drinking water. The second one is. 2 x 25ers to be precise.
So much easier to handle. We even got a bright orange one for rinsing black and gray water tanks.
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We went with your second choice. Your first choice is not for drinking water. The second one is.
We also went with your second choice and have been using it for the last year with no issues or problems. It is so nice to not have to "fight the coils" every time we set up or take down. It is especially nice to handle in the winter. Thus far it has been very durable and I would recommend it without any hesitation.
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Old 09-12-2020, 07:18 AM   #29
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Why wrestle with long hoses? I use nothing over 10 ft. You can find rv hoses rated at 125 psi if you look. I put regulator at inlet to camper and don't worry about the hose. Haven't had one burst yet(knock on wooden head). They due swell though.

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