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What do you do if you want to wash the car, but you don’t have a hose bib?   Or if you need hot water outside and don’t want to run back and forth with a bucket?   Attach Claber’s Koala hose adapter to a kitchen or utility faucet and screw a hose to it, for instant water anywhere.

With Claber’s quick-click system, once you screw the hose onto the Koala, you don’t have to unscrew it — you can simply remove the quick-connect fitting.  The black and orange ABS-plastic construction works equally well with hot or cold water.

You can pick up a Koala adapter for $7 to $10.

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3 Responses to Connect A Hose To Your Kitchen Sink

  1. Shopmonger says:

    This is cool.
    All the other ones i have seen are permanent screw on types that are not very functional for anything but the hose attachement.
    I can see me buyingon for the shop for hot water

  2. Brau says:

    I might buy one of these for my wife and her winemaking tasks. As it is now she has to unscrew the faucet, insert an adapter, and then screw on the bottle rinser which of course comes with a hose thread. It’s always hell getting the adapter out after. I just wonder how stably this mounts as a blow out would be disaster and she’d never forgive me for flooding her kitchen.

  3. rbb says:

    That is definitely an improvement over the old adapters. The problem I have with them (besides getting them out) is that the slighest tug on the hose will pull the adapter out. Those fine threads don’t hold well. That clamp on the Koala adapter should solve that problem.

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