expired 30m Retractable Hose + Free Super Jet Washer $217.55 Delivered @ Hoselink

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30m Retractable Hose Reel normally $293.50 is 22% off. Reduced to $229 delivered.

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  • +24 votes

    Use the coupon "FACEBOOK" for an extra 5% off :) Comes down to $217.55

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    Can anyone comment on the difference between this for $229 and a similar looking one for around $150?

    https://www.catch.com.au/product/30m-garden-water-hose-reel-...

    Build quality better maybe?

    • +7 votes

      Your neighbours will think you're white trailer trash because you didn't get Hoselink.

      What I've learned from buying things over the internet that even the snazziest of looking things can turn out to be rubbish and even the most ordinary thinks can end up being great.

      Hoselink has a known reputation, even honouring a double discount that a lot of people on OzBargain took advantage of, including myself. I would go for the Hoselink.

    • +1 vote

      Can only comment on Hoselink as I have a heap of their stuff and it's great quality and they have superb support.

      Have 3 hose reels and had an issue with only one.

      Rang them and they sent me out a new one along with all the bundled accessories and didn't have to send it back.

      And their fittings are over-engineered and never leak or burst off.

      Only thing with a 30m hose is that you need reasonable water pressure.

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      Different connectors, supposedly these connectors dont break or come apart?

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      Hoselink quality is second to none, as is there support. Great brand - you won't be dissapointed.

    • +2 votes

      You get that much angrier when the neighbours kids cut your hose a bong.

      That said Hoselink hoses make superior bongs.

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      Hi tycho, just on your question on the PlantCraft 30m hose in your catch.com link. Without trying to comparing it to Hoselink - the PlantCraft is surprisingly good quality with brass fittings. I bought one last week from ebay for closer to $100 (there was a 20% off coupon code) from here
      https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/PLANTCRAFT-30M-Retractable-Garde...

  • +8 votes

    Hoselink does exactly what it says.
    Easy link, no leak, kink resistant hose (giggedy).

    However, if like me, that is of no value to you, then you can get similar for half the price.

    For example,
    30m 'cheap brand'
    https://www.bunnings.com.au/aqua-systems-30m-auto-hose-reel_...
    $87

    Or a POPE with similar 10 year waranty and various good things;
    https://www.bunnings.com.au/pope-12mm-x-30m-auto-wind-hose-r...
    Also, 30m
    $179

    I really truggle to find a reason to go beyond 'POPE' they were the king of hoses for most of my life….

    • +6 votes

      Pope ain't what they used to be.

      Bought some of their irrigation stuff.

      Pop up sprinkler shot the guts out as soon as I turned it on and was destroyed.

      Brass 4 way tap adapter had rusty valve screws within a few weeks and leaked.

      Not as bad as Holman crap though.

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        Do you have a pressure limiter? I find it necessary on any irrigation things.

        I agree, Pope quality does seem a bit hit and miss. Their fancy timers work well

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          No, if I were using micro or drip I would.

          Have about 75metres of 19mm poly pipe along my fence and put impact sprinklers everywhere and they work great with high pressure.

          End up getting a coverage of 12m radius for each.

          Have 2 zones, each zone can support about 4 sprinklers each.

          Also, my toro pop up handles the pressure fine, although it's double the price of Pope.

    • +2 votes

      I have a 20m pope and it leaks inside the unit, and most times it wont fully retract
      Tho its about 7-8 yrs old

      Not sure how this would be at that type of age?

      • +3 votes

        That's the catch, at near 25% less cost you can afford to replace it every so often.
        And as you point out… is that even better?

        POPE has 3 year retract warranty, and 10 year hose warranty.

        That being said, my hoses are outside, so leaking inside itself, so long as it's not enough to lose noticeable pressure, I'm still OK with (especially at that age)

        • +1 vote

          I cant justify replacing it either even with a small leak as it still does the main job and that is for the missus to water the garden till i get motivations to put in sprinklers

    • +1 vote

      I just use a couple of 20m retractable hose reels that were about $30 each on special from Autopro.

      • +1 vote

        I got mine from Aldi a few weeks ago for $50 bucks and couldn't be happier. It's a hose FFS

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    Other sized retractable hose reels also on sale and seem to work with promo code

  • +4 votes

    I think the Hi Flow 25m is the best of the lot. I have this and a big improvement over the standard size hose.

    And also 22% off.

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      The hi flow is 14mm internal vs 12mm internal meaning 1.36x flow. Same size fittings.

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      agreed. I grabbed the Hi Flow 25m one. Thanks OP. Will be interesting to see how the quality compares to my Pope 20m one that I bought last weekend at Bunnings. Will put the new Hoselink one out the front.

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    I like the mount.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP i have bought one!

  • +8 votes

    Got mine an Aldi one the other day for $50, 20m with a 3 year warranty.

    • +1 vote

      Yes, so far perfect. I didn't use the mounting kit because it looked like overkill and dynabolts can be a nightmare to get out if you ever want to, just plugs and screws.

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        Dynabolts were a pain for an amateur like me….I stuffed one of them up so just three holding the hose in place for now!

  • +1 vote

    Costco have a better one for $90 30m hoselock brand

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      What's better about it?

      • +1 vote

        Well the hose is really good. If it is the same one I bought, it is portable and has manual wind reel. I like the manual reel, it is more robust. I have a hostlink retractable one too, but after few years, it keeps auto retracting and won't lock. Have been putting a large peg on the host to stop it from retracting while in use.

      • +1 vote

        It’s auto retractable 30m better warrenty virtually the same but only $90

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        The price! I can't see how any hose can justify spending $200+ dollars on. It's not even carrying gas, or oxygen you might breathe, or brake fluid that you need to save your life in an accident! You can literally get Enzed/Pirtek to make you a custom brake line for less than that.

    • +4 votes

      Hoselock is not better.

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        Hozelock has different grades of hoses. The cheaper ones are pretty ordinary. The hose in the manual wind one I got is good.

    • +1 vote

      I'm actually replacing my hozelock. It was great at first but eventually started leaking and now bursting.

  • +13 votes

    I have been using hoselink for over a year now, used very regularly for watering garden, washing cars, high pressure hose etc.
    background; mechanical engineer.
    Occupation; bargain hunter

    TLDR: I do not recommend buying the hoselink brand at all. It is the apple product of hose equipment.

    Do not be swayed by their promises for no leaks.
    Upon first use of my brand new connectors, they all leaked between the connector. Replaced all O-rings, they also leaked.
    Had new ones sent out, still leaked a little.
    The truth is, they put a lot of money into the glass fibre reinforced connector but that hasn't changed how effective it seals water.
    Standard design connectors do not leak either, so I'm not sure how it's a selling point.
    Holman, nylex and other trusted brands make good value products that are interchangable.
    All hoses and connectors will eventually fail, they're plastic/rubber in harsh sunny conditions.
    Don't fall into the hoselink ecosystem trap, the value just isn't there.

    • +2 votes

      background profession; mechanical engineer.
      Occupation mission; bargain hunter

      Upvote for worthy life mission.

  • +1 vote

    Got a bunnings wheelaway cart for $120 - dog chewed the handle off it the next day..

    so thanks for this!

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    I have this and a lot of their other products for the last 5 years and has never failed. I would highly recommend the retractable hose.

    Their spray wand is a bit meh.. The head lasted under a year and started to leak. now on the second head and same deal.

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    Can standard fittings be used on these hoses? I guess why not, right?

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      Came to post this. I haven't found a single retractable reel in the last 5 years that you can replace the supply AND main hose using normal hose fittings.

      All hose reels are crap.

  • +4 votes

    I'm going waterskiing this weekend so this is perfect timing!

  • +2 votes

    I got this exact deal last weekend (without the free pressure attachment)
    Contacted their support and they are sending it out to me and all I had to pay was $6.95 shipping. First experience with Hoselink and I'm very impressed!

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    How securely do these mount to a brick wall? Can people steal it easily?

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      Yes very securely from a not going to fall off point of view, not that securely from an anti theft point of view if you ask me. Anyone with a spanner or ratchet can probably just take it off in 5 minutes. As such I only put one in my backyard and just have a standard hose on a wall hanger in the front.

      • +1 vote

        Or you can just rip it off the wall and nail gun the remains to your shed… Errr, a friend of a friend told me this.

        • +1 vote

          27 years ago I was in bed and heard someone undoing the hose from the tap outside. Nowadays I would have confronted them but I just let it go. I found most of the hose the next day up the road minus the bong making parts. They're probably about my age now. Any potheads from Kenmore want to fess up?

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    I need new horse this good or not? Lots of money here

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    Ooh, don't make fun of me as this is a really noob question, but are these completely useless if you can't mount them?
    Got a rent house, probably can't put holes in the outside walls…

    • +2 votes

      Yes, and also if you do mount them you don't want to mount them in a galvanised steel fence becase eventually the screws contacting the gal will rust it out, So i would recommend brick or wood only.