£76.99
in stock (shipped within 2-3 working days)
Quantity 1 Plus Minus
Buy Hozelock tuffhose - 35m: <ul><b><li>Light, flexible and incredibly tough</li><li>Anti-kink and UV-resistant</li><li>30-year guarantee</li></b></ul><br>This new hybrid 18mm hose combines the best of two technologies - traditional PVC and textile - to create a super-tough dual-layer hose.<br><br>Inside, the Dura-Tech PVC inner core provides incredible strength, with high-pressure burst resistance of 40+ bar - all while being up to 50% lighter than a standard hose.<br><br>The flexible core also prevents the hose from kinking, so it’ll maintain a constant high water flow even at low temperatures.<br><br>The Tuff-Fibre woven outer gives it an extra layer of strength and UV protection, and allows a better grip for easier manoeuvrability.<br><br>Supplied with guaranteed leak-free metal fittings and a 30-year guarantee, it’ll give you many long years of service for all general garden use.<br><br>Compatible with all Hozelock Quick Connect accessories and suitable for use with pressure washers.

  • Light, flexible and incredibly tough
  • Anti-kink and UV-resistant
  • 30-year guarantee

This new hybrid 18mm hose combines the best of two technologies - traditional PVC and textile - to create a super-tough dual-layer hose.

Inside, the Dura-Tech PVC inner core provides incredible strength, with high-pressure burst resistance of 40+ bar - all while being up to 50% lighter than a standard hose.

The flexible core also prevents the hose from kinking, so it’ll maintain a constant high water flow even at low temperatures.

The Tuff-Fibre woven outer gives it an extra layer of strength and UV protection, and allows a better grip for easier manoeuvrability.

Supplied with guaranteed leak-free metal fittings and a 30-year guarantee, it’ll give you many long years of service for all general garden use.

Compatible with all Hozelock Quick Connect accessories and suitable for use with pressure washers.

Delivery options

  • Standard
  • Next / named day
Delivery information
  • Twitter
  • Pinterest
  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • YouTube
  • Share by email

Coping with holidays

Coping with holidays

For most gardeners, the main drawback of taking holidays away from home is the adverse affect it has on the garden. The dread of returning home to find knee-high grass, pest- and disease-ridden fruit and vegetables and container plants burned to a crisp.

Read full article

How to water your plants

How to water your plants

Watering the garden can take a lot of time during the summer months, especially if there is a prolonged dry spell. If you are new to gardening, it is easy to think the simplest solution is to unravel the hose each evening and shower the whole garden using

Read full article

June Week 1

If you do nothing else...water new plants. Make sure new additions do not suffer during dry spells. Plant up summer containers bedding once the threat of frosts has passed. Feed container plants about six weeks after planting. If it’s a nice day...trim he

Read full article