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Cord and Hose Holders

Spring arrived a few weeks ago, so if you haven’t already, it’s time to pull the hoses out of storage. If you’d stored ’em in this fingered hose holder, you’d be watering tangle-free now instead of trying to unravel a kinked mess.  Mount the holder next to the hose bib, and your hoses’ll always be ready to go.

This hose holder consists of nine 1-1/4″ spaced fingers that’ll hold up to 3/4″ hose. Between each finger you can slip two loops of hose, for a max capacity of over 100′.  When you’re ready to water the lawn, just give the hose a gentle tug to free it from the fingers.  For your unruly extension cords, you can also buy a holder with fingers spaced 1/2″ apart to hold cords up to 12 gauge. Both holders are made from UV-resistant polypropylene.

You can get the extension cord holder for $10, and $12 buys the hose holder, but you’ll have to supply the mounting hardware yourself.

Hose And Cord Holders [Lee Valley]


5 Responses to End Tangled Cords And Hoses

  1. Frank Townend says:

    I like the look of these. I think you may be able to get by without fully unwinding the electrical cord (as necessary) without issues as it seems to have enough “air” around it.

  2. Frank I thought the almost the exact same thing about the electrical cord holder.

    Mount it next to an outlet and plug in the cord and start coiling the cord into the fingers. When you use the cord you just have to remove as much cord as you need.

  3. bob says:

    I wonder at the durability of these. will the plastic fingers break when you turn the water on if you didn’t completely unravel the hose. For the electrical one I hope it can hold a 50ft cord, because I’m going to buy one.

  4. richy says:

    i have a air hose holder, and I LOVE IT,

    so easy to store the hose. and not have it on the floor. and all i do is,
    pull if off the holder and use it, fast and SIMPLE.

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