K&H Pet Products Thermo-Hose Ice Free Heated Water Hose Rubber Red 60′ 250W

December 12, 2017 - Comment

The NEW K&H Thermo-Hose by K&H Farm Essentials is a new heated water hose on the market. This great product invention is easy to use, just plug it in and heat the hose for 20 minutes and you will have a ice-free flexible hose to use. Take the head-ache out of having to use a

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The NEW K&H Thermo-Hose by K&H Farm Essentials is a new heated water hose on the market. This great product invention is easy to use, just plug it in and heat the hose for 20 minutes and you will have a ice-free flexible hose to use. Take the head-ache out of having to use a hose in cold weather. Available in 20-foot, 40-foot, and 60-foot. Uses around farm and home: filling stock tanks, filling hot tubs, filling ponds and water gardens, cleaning dog kennels, great around the barn, handy around the job site, dozens of other uses.

Product Features

  • Thermostatically controlled
  • Solid brass couplings
  • Quality, double walled hose
  • Turns itself off during warmer weather
  • MET Listed
  • Must be disconnected when water is not flowing
  • Not designed to be left under pressure for extended periods of time
  • Not for use as and RV water source
  • Thermostatically controlled
  • Solid brass couplings
  • Quality, double walled hose
  • Turns itself off during warmer weather
  • MET Listed

Comments

barrieelliot says:

which sounds like sometime ago purchased this hose in Nov of 2014,which sounds like sometime ago, but has been used 3 times since for about 10 weeks. then it was put away in its box it came in until we needed again. I have sent emails to see if it can repaired no reply from them I do not recommend this piece of junk…..

melina says:

leaks through the cord housing. I’m sure I got a defective hose, but this one leaks from inside the hose into the housing of the electric cord and drips out of the electric cord housing; sort of dangerous! Its also caused an ice condition around my faucet. 

Ely Shopper says:

The Sun Killed it, not the Ice! Well, I appears that I am having ALL of the same problems everyone else has experienced! The hose Actually never froze in “Below-Zero whether… The problem(s) began when the SUN came out! Leaking at the fittings and no matter what I tried, the intersect where the heating element goes into the hose began leaking in June (7 months) after I hooked it up. I did EVERYTHING the manual instructed me to do, in reference to when to un-plug etc.. So, even though I thought I finally bought a…

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