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Hose Nozzle

Posted by sprtphntc 6 (My Page) on
Sat, May 3, 14 at 9:44

hi all,

need to replace my hose nozzle and looking for a good brand...

i do like to change the flow since i clean out the birdbath with it and water flowers and plants...so i need something versatile...

feel like HD and lowe's just sell junk.....

TIA


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RE: Hose Nozzle

I bought 2 of these in 2007 and they are still going strong. I think the same company makes a firehose type one too,

Here is a link that might be useful: amazon


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RE: Hose Nozzle

Assuming you are using a real hose and want an occasional real flow, the 100 year old plain old brass twist nozzle will last a long time and will not weather. No muss. No fuss. No bother.


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thanks for replies,

i actually have a bon aire on my front hose and i am pleased with it....
and we always had the 30yrs nozzle growing up, u are right, u can't kill those....!!!

great suggestions!!!!


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thanks CWIE, bought the brass nozzle, 2 pac on amazon and they are awesome and they give u 6 washers with them...
Super Happy!!! made in USA, yah!!!

thanks again!!!


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here's the website, i always try to put in the link, but it never comes up ...???

www.worldsbestbrassnozzle.com


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RE: Hose Nozzle

@ sprtphntc, that link brings up the definitively iconoclastic example of wretched excess, taking one thousand three hundred and eight words (and three pictures) where fifty would do.

I am absolutely in awe of that copywriter.

BUT! Yep, that's a good 'un...


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