Hozelock hose reel kit - 10m hose

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Buy Hozelock hose reel kit - 10m hose: <ul><strong><li>Compact and lightweight</li><li>Keeps hose tidy and tangle-free</li><li>Five spray functions</li></strong></ul><br>This compact hose reel has been specifically designed for small garden spaces, patios and balconies.<br><br>Weighing less than two bags of sugar, with a comfortable carry handle, it's easy to pick up and move wherever you need it. <br><br>Its multi-function head allows five different spray patterns, from gentle flow to powerful jet, making it suitable for a variety of uses around the garden. The head also includes a lever to increase the power of the spray.<br><br>When you’ve finished using it, the sleek handle winds the hose in smoothly with no kinks or twists, and the reel is small enough to be stashed neatly out of sight in the shed or hall cupboard. <br><br>The reel is supplied with 10 metres of hose, multi-spray gun and fittings, and is ready to use right away. The perfect hose to keep your small space clutter free.

  • Compact and lightweight
  • Keeps hose tidy and tangle-free
  • Five spray functions

This compact hose reel has been specifically designed for small garden spaces, patios and balconies.

Weighing less than two bags of sugar, with a comfortable carry handle, it's easy to pick up and move wherever you need it.

Its multi-function head allows five different spray patterns, from gentle flow to powerful jet, making it suitable for a variety of uses around the garden. The head also includes a lever to increase the power of the spray.

When you’ve finished using it, the sleek handle winds the hose in smoothly with no kinks or twists, and the reel is small enough to be stashed neatly out of sight in the shed or hall cupboard.

The reel is supplied with 10 metres of hose, multi-spray gun and fittings, and is ready to use right away. The perfect hose to keep your small space clutter free.

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