In full disclosure, I have not been asked by Water Right, Inc. or by Margaret Roach to write this post. I'm receiving nothing for writing this post. I was not required to write this post in order to win the prize in the first place.
I like to share my garden with you, and I like to share my garden tools/books/decorations with you. I've posted about hose guides, a clock, a plant stand, my favorite free garden tool, the aqua cones, etc.
In June, Margaret Roach had a giveaway at A Way To Garden. She purchased the prizes for the winners. I registered by leaving a comment.
I was intrigued reading...
"All of Water Right’s hoses (they make coil hoses as well, for smaller jobs) have some unseen features. They are drinking-water safe (most hoses contain and leach lead and other chemicals), made of polyurethane, not PVC, a stronger material requiring fewer “ply.” They have machined fittings made of solid brass plated in chrome. They’re made in the United States, and even come in nice colors (including a new blue shade called “sunken pool” that Martha Stewart selected."
I never dreamed I'd be one of the winners. Surprise! I won a Water Right 50-foot Slim & Light hose. I chose the color eggplant.
One day it arrived.
On Sunday, I hooked the hose up to one of the faucets.
Compared to what I'm used to pulling around the garden when I use the hand sprayer, this hose is very light. The hand sprayer felt heavier than the hose. I'd have to weigh it to know for sure.
It delivered water just fine. I had great pressure for the hand sprayer even with the slimmer hose than I normally use.
Here's the egg plant hose winding past the hose guides.
It was so easy to pull this hose around the garden and use the hand sprayer. It's a great hose and I love that it is safe to drink from, has great fittings and is made in the USA.
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