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Made from recycled rubber, the Swan ½” x 50’ Soaker hose makes an excellent addition to any garden! With a patented water restrictor to control water flow, water weeps from the holes in order to saturate the soil making irrigation a breeze. The end cap can be removed for connecting several soaker hoses together in a series, making sure you can get the right amount of water where you need it! From Swan, Americas #1 hose manufacturer.
Water weeps from holes to soak the roots
End cap removes for connecting soaker hose in series
Made from 65% recycled rubber
7 year warranty
1/2" x 50'
Swan Hose has been manufacturing high quality garden hose since 1927. Founded in Bucyrus, OH as the Swan River Tire and Rubber Company, the firm became a virtual overnight success, and increased employment the following year by 50%. Swan is committed to making quality hoses; regardless if it’s garden hose, rubber hose, airhose, etc.
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
Swan 14008296 Black
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued
How many soaker hoses can be connected together?
A. The Swan SNUER12050 comes with the the adjustable connector. As long as you have this part you are able to connect however many you like.
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