Garden Hose Reels - Metal

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Metal garden hose reels are some of the heaviest duty garden hose reels on the market. They are generally made out of either aluminum or steel and can be wall mounted or place on the ground. Some have designs to improve the overall style of your yard and others are design primarily for functionality. For example, some metal garden hose reels are made in a cart like model and have wheels so you can easily maneuver through you garden. The main thing to look for in a metal garden hose reel is one that will not rust. A rust preventing hose rack or reel is very important factor when searching for the perfect hose rack or reel.

Liberty Garden Products 698 Multi-Purpose "4 in 1" Wheel Cart This 13 guage steel 2 wheeled cart can hold up to 200 feet of 5/8 inch hose and 250 feet of 1/2 inch hose. This is perfect for the large garden that requires you to walk around while watering and it even comes with a stainless steel basket for holding other gardening tools. The more popular feature of this metal garden hose cart is the fact that is can be wall mounted as well as ground. It comes with galvanized fixtures to bring you the best rust protection. You can feel the quality of this when you walk around holding the 1 inch steel frame handle. Reelcraft Spring Driven Hose Reel This wall mounted rack is virtually maintenance free and is built with a unique racket system to allow you to walk around your garden with ease. When you are ready to end your gardening session the racket system will automatically and conveniently reel in your garden hose. The spring driven metal garden hose reel can hold up to almost all acids and will not corrode under normal circumstances. You will be able to hold 50 feet of 1/2 inch hose with this garden hose reel.



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This article was published on 2010/09/17