"The thing I like most about screwfix is that they have branches everywhere and prices ar the best . Needed this hose pipe I just call them to check if on stock and after went to the store and bought it . Another job done. Thanks Screwfix !"
"Cheap but valuable - looks dearer than it costs - could have the name 'Draper' attached to it. I bought it to cut and use as downpipes for greenhouse gutters to water butts. The 13mm diameter fittted neatly onto my gutter outlets and snugly into each of the water butts. It is easily cut with a stanley knife. The other 29 m, I'll use for watering my raised beds. Worth every penny."
"Purchased to extend mains water supply to garden irrigation system- "Ideal" needed to be handled with care when running behind garage facia so as to avoid any kinks but, fully met what was required. Surplus hose being used to drain radiators etc. As yet can't fault it, time will tell as regards reliability although have no reason to doubt its performance."
"Initially I brought this for draining down a central heating system and now use it in the garden. It may be the fittings I use or the hose but it's quite easy to get water between the layers of the hose and make it harder to get the fitting on and prone to popping off. All in all though for the price is fine."
"I bought this cheap hose because I needed a second hose for a specific job. It did that job well enough. (I already have a 30m good quality hose). Yes, it is soft plastic and it kinks and twists very easily, but it is not as bad as other reviewers suggest. Rated at 10 Bar, if your outside tap has a double check valve (as it should these days) I doubt that your water pressure will exceed that in general use. I'll keep it to hand for if I ever need to use two hoses again, and use this for the low pressure occasional application it is good for."
It's too floppy, and kinks too easily. Other comparable hoses are more rigid and resistant to kinks. I think this is only a problem because of the length, and because I'm using it on a reel (so it twists when wound in). I'd rather have paid the extra for a proper Hozelock one or similar."