Hozelock hose cart with 30m multi hose

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Buy Hozelock hose cart with 30m multi hose: <ul><strong><li>Easy to transport</li><li>Strong yet lightweight</li><li>Generous 60m hose capacity</li></strong></ul><br>No more carrying the hose reel around with you when you water. This sturdy yet lightweight hose cart will wheel your hose to wherever you need it.<br><br>The freestanding cart has a generous 60m hose capacity and stands on chunky wheels, with a sturdy soft-grip handle. Despite its robustness the cart is surprisingly light, making it easy to transport around the garden.<br><br>It comes ready assembled and is supplied with 30m multi-purpose hose, two hose end connectors, a Waterstop connector, nozzle and outside tap connector.<br><br>When you’ve finished using it, the hose cart can be wheeled to the shed and the steel handle compressed for compact, easy storage.

  • Easy to transport
  • Strong yet lightweight
  • Generous 60m hose capacity

No more carrying the hose reel around with you when you water. This sturdy yet lightweight hose cart will wheel your hose to wherever you need it.

The freestanding cart has a generous 60m hose capacity and stands on chunky wheels, with a sturdy soft-grip handle. Despite its robustness the cart is surprisingly light, making it easy to transport around the garden.

It comes ready assembled and is supplied with 30m multi-purpose hose, two hose end connectors, a Waterstop connector, nozzle and outside tap connector.

When you’ve finished using it, the hose cart can be wheeled to the shed and the steel handle compressed for compact, easy storage.

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