Hozelock pro metal - aqua stop connector

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  • Saves water and time
  • Tough and long-lasting
  • Works with all 12.5mm (1/2”) and 15mm (5/8ths") hoses

Avoid having to turn the tap off when changing spray accessories with this handy Aqua Stop hose connector.


The connector has a robust internal valve that shuts off the water flow whenever a spraying accessory is disconnected - which means no wasted water, nor interruptions to your watering while you go and turn the tap off and on again.


Its zinc die-cast sleeve makes it strong, durable and scratch-resistant, while the large bump ring protects cars, greenhouses, etc from damage. All internal parts are made from ultra-tough engineering plastics for a long leak-free life.


The connector will fit securely to any 12.5mm or 15mm hose thanks to barbs that connect it with both the inside and outside. A triple locking system means the tap connection is guaranteed secure up to 10 bar.


Kinking, swelling or leaking at the connection point is practically eliminated due to the flexible hose-tail on the nut, and soft touch pads make the sleeve comfortable to handle with a secure grip even when wet.


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