Hozelock 30m Wall Mounted Reel with 15m Hose - £20.00 @ Homebase (C&C Only)
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Hozelock 30m Wall Mounted Reel with 15m Hose - £20.00 @ Homebase (C&C Only)

£20£39.9950%Homebase Deals
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Posted 8th Nov
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This innovative Hozelock Wall Mounted Compact hose reel with 15m of 12.mm Starter Hose is the ideal hose storage system that can hold up to 30m of 12.5mm diameter hose.

Made from the highest quality plastics, the 30m Capacity Wall Mounted Hose Reel will stand the hard wearing challenge of gardening tasks, time after time.

With a slim line and open casing design, this Hozelock Wall Mounted Hose Reel allows for quick and easy storage. Simply coil the hose around the structure.

Great for use during the warmer months when your garden needs watering the most. A lightweight frame and manual rewind enable the Hozelock Wall Mounted Hose Reel to be a fuss free solution to storing hose to ensure the life of the hose from tangling, knotting and trip hazards.

  • Perfect for storing loose hose, reducing the risk of trips
  • Easy to use manual rewind
  • Capacity of up to 30m for medium to large gardens
  • Made from the highest quality plastics
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Bit odd design has 15m hose with 30m capacity.
Edited by: "MynameisM" 8th Nov
MynameisM08/11/2019 10:36

Bit odd design has 15m hose with 30m capacity.


Hozelock do this have one the same.
Ordered one. Good price for nice neat hose.


Thanks OP.
All 'bout dat hose
Super deal
Hozelock are reely * good , thx Zany
Heat, read a few reviews about leaking and most advice to curb this revolves around the instructions per the two Amazon reviews below...

"Mine is on the wall and works fine, no leaks at all. I was put off by all the negative reviews about it leaking but I figured give it a shot after reading one review about the instructions being wrong, causing all the trouble.

It comes with instructions printed on the box and inside separately. Have a look through them to see what should go where, get the basic idea and then ignore them and use your common sense and logic to install this. You get connections for the ends of the hoses, and the adjustable nozzle for changing your spray pattern. One of the connections if a one way valve, which I didn't see the point of, but installed it on the supply connection at the back of the reel (the instructions don't tell you where it should go...).

The instructions tell you to unscrew the internal connection attachment (the white bit) in the center of the reel; that the mains supply connects to at the rear, and the main hose connects to at the front. DO NOT DO THIS! I believe this is what's causing everyone to have leaks, as another reviewer said, it 'breaks a seal' and then makes it useless. The center front of the reel (the bit with the logo on it) lifts off for access to the output connection where the main hose connects, there is no need to unscrew anything, just use the access panel at the front.

The one and only thing I had a little trouble with was the metal coil thing which (for reasons I'm yet to learn) is inserted into the hose pipe which connects to the output connection in the center-front of the reel. Don't hook this around the end of the hose as I originally did, it needs to insert in to the connection and hooks inside the connection. Someday I'll discover it's purpose, I really don't see what difference it makes to anything."

AND ANOTHER

"Product does the job when you eventually stem the leaking from the joint where the hose attaches to the centre of the unit...

To be frank the leaking was my fault, but the instructions don't make it 100% clear how to correctly fit the helical spring into the hose before attaching to the centre joint.

The spring is there to reinforce the hose and stop it kinking as it navigates its way tightly into the centre of the reel. There is a hook on the end of the spring suggests it hooks onto something, and the only thing it can hook onto is the end of the hose itself!

And there lies the problem, which is most likely the same problem every one else who has complained about leaking...

With the spring inserted into the hose and the hook hooked over the end of the hows, when the hose then gets fitted to the centre joint, a tight seal can never be obtained because the hook is in the way - hence the unit leaks all over the place from the seal...

So, you insert the spring into the hose with an inch protruding (including the hook) - bring the hose up to the joint and insert the hook into the centre of the joint - then fit the hose to the joint so that the spring (hook and all) sits completely inside both the joint and the hose.

(Simple really)"
Monaco.Blue09/11/2019 09:32

Heat, read a few reviews about leaking and most advice to curb this …Heat, read a few reviews about leaking and most advice to curb this revolves around the instructions per the two Amazon reviews below..."Mine is on the wall and works fine, no leaks at all. I was put off by all the negative reviews about it leaking but I figured give it a shot after reading one review about the instructions being wrong, causing all the trouble.It comes with instructions printed on the box and inside separately. Have a look through them to see what should go where, get the basic idea and then ignore them and use your common sense and logic to install this. You get connections for the ends of the hoses, and the adjustable nozzle for changing your spray pattern. One of the connections if a one way valve, which I didn't see the point of, but installed it on the supply connection at the back of the reel (the instructions don't tell you where it should go...).The instructions tell you to unscrew the internal connection attachment (the white bit) in the center of the reel; that the mains supply connects to at the rear, and the main hose connects to at the front. DO NOT DO THIS! I believe this is what's causing everyone to have leaks, as another reviewer said, it 'breaks a seal' and then makes it useless. The center front of the reel (the bit with the logo on it) lifts off for access to the output connection where the main hose connects, there is no need to unscrew anything, just use the access panel at the front.The one and only thing I had a little trouble with was the metal coil thing which (for reasons I'm yet to learn) is inserted into the hose pipe which connects to the output connection in the center-front of the reel. Don't hook this around the end of the hose as I originally did, it needs to insert in to the connection and hooks inside the connection. Someday I'll discover it's purpose, I really don't see what difference it makes to anything."AND ANOTHER "Product does the job when you eventually stem the leaking from the joint where the hose attaches to the centre of the unit...To be frank the leaking was my fault, but the instructions don't make it 100% clear how to correctly fit the helical spring into the hose before attaching to the centre joint.The spring is there to reinforce the hose and stop it kinking as it navigates its way tightly into the centre of the reel. There is a hook on the end of the spring suggests it hooks onto something, and the only thing it can hook onto is the end of the hose itself!And there lies the problem, which is most likely the same problem every one else who has complained about leaking...With the spring inserted into the hose and the hook hooked over the end of the hows, when the hose then gets fitted to the centre joint, a tight seal can never be obtained because the hook is in the way - hence the unit leaks all over the place from the seal...So, you insert the spring into the hose with an inch protruding (including the hook) - bring the hose up to the joint and insert the hook into the centre of the joint - then fit the hose to the joint so that the spring (hook and all) sits completely inside both the joint and the hose.(Simple really)"


Hugely informative, thanks for this!
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