Brass Hose Nozzle Review!

I live in a valley in the middle of the forest, which is beautiful and ultra shady in the summertime. This helps keep the temperature cooler and makes it a comfortable place to hang out. The only issue I have is with gardening. Though I have dreams of huge patches of every imaginable vegetable and fruit, trying to find a sunny location can be a real challenge. Thus I’m always dragging hoses across the property, zigzagging up the hillside or looping around the wraparound deck, up and down stairs, to water the plants once I’ve found that perfect spot of sun


I’ve gone through a ton of nozzles. They just don’t hold up to long-term outdoor use the way you’d expect. That’s why I was intrigued to have the chance to try out this Brass Hose Nozzle from ProAccessories LLC.


Right out of the package, it was apparent that this was a high-quality, well-made item. The sheer weight of the nozzle is impressive- you can feel the heft of the brass beneath the soft blue rubber outer surface that makes gripping the nozzle for long periods a comfortable experience.


And unlike some nozzles that seem to have two settings- “weak” and “off”- this one has a wide variety of options, from a gentle mist perfect for delicate plants to a soaking shower to 40-foot blasting spray.


It comes with a 5 year money back guarantee, which seriously, I’ve never had a spray nozzle last even half that long. It’s designed not to weld to or corrode your hose couplings, which means it won’t develop leaks at the hose attachment, which has always been a problem for us.


I really can’t say enough nice things about this nozzle. It’s funny how such a simple item, when you finally find a great quality version, can cheer up your whole day and make chores into something you look forward to doing!


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One thought on “Brass Hose Nozzle Review!

  1. That is a very nice one! I dont live in the country side but in town. Our property though has tons of trees we dont cut down and so the finding a sunny spot I can relate to. Love the deesign of this and being brass it certainy will hold up well.

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