Grow your garden with this ultra-durable & lightweight hose

This garden hose was made for the outdoors


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July 13, 2019 1:30AM (UTC)
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Garden is an amazing hobby to love: it's a gentle form of exercise, helps you enjoy the great outdoors and gives you the pleasure of watching the things you nurture to grow. But like anything you love, there's a downside: gardening can feel like tough work if you're using the wrong tools — especially if you're lugging a cracked, heavy hose from one end of your yard to the other. This Bionic Force PRO 50' Garden Hose & Spraying Nozzle helps make gardening a breeze: it's lightweight and the most durable hose around, so you're guaranteed to grow your most beautiful flowers yet.

This hose features a pressure-resistant inner lining and a flexible, stainless steel outer housing that you can drag over stones, shrubs, and roots without worry. The super-tough performance means that you can even leave the hose out in the sun without cracking and in the rain without corrosion and rust.

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The Bionic Force Pro Hose has survived rigorous testing, including being ground with a power tool, frozen in a block of ice and even set on fire — so a few hours in the hot summer sun won't be an issue. And despite the metal exterior, it weighs less than three pounds — plus, the compact, patented design will never twist, tangle or kink, making it the perfect gardening tool for homeowners and professionals alike.

Usually this Bionic Force PRO 50' Garden Hose & Spraying Nozzle is $44.99, but you can get it here for $29.99.

 

Bionic Force PRO 50' Garden Hose & Spraying Nozzle - $29.99

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