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Portable Hose Caddy

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[{"textkey":1,"title":"Description","text":"\u003cp\u003eThe Walter Drake Garden Hose Caddy is an affordable way to prevent your hoses from sprawling all over the grass. Its two-pronged design puts an end to kinked-up hoses, tangles and yard tripping hazards. By wrapping or rolling the hose around the prongs, it will stay neatly coiled for when you need it. The hose also will take up less space when not in use. Our portable hose caddy holds up to 200 feet long or 25 pounds, which means it\u0027s more than adequate for most homeowners.\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp\u003eThis 38\u0022 garden hose holder is made of durable tubular steel with a green enamel color. The stake can be pushed right into the ground next the garden, house, garage or anywhere else you want. It\u0027s also a great holder for air hoses, pressure washer hoses and more. When you need to move your hose, all you have to do is coil it around the hose caddy and then carry the entire unit to a new location. As a home gardening and maintenance leader since 1947, Walter Drake will help you get the most from your hose so you can keep your garden and landscaping looking its best.\u003c/p\u003e"},{"textkey":0,"title":null,"text":null},{"textkey":0,"title":null,"text":null},{"textkey":0,"title":null,"text":null},{"textkey":5,"title":"Features","text":"Keeps a hose neatly coiled and ready to use; Lightweight hose caddy; Holds up to 200 feet of hose; Supports hoses up to 25 lbs.; Easy assembly"}]
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Misrepresented. Flimsy. A toy, not a tool.
Easily assembled. Adequately packaged. Poorly designed. Too light-weight. Flimsy. Doesn't go into the ground far enough to hold hose upright _ _ especially after rain and wet soil.
September 28, 2018
Originally posted at
Easy to assemble???? No way. Very flimsy too!
It is not easy to assemble. It should have been 95% assembled before shipping out. I was embarrassed to send it as a gift,as it just wasted their time,when they tried to put it together. Ugh
September 1, 2017
Originally posted at
Not meant for a heavy hose
This is perfect for my 25' collapsible hose.
Bends easily if you hit a rock pushing it in the ground.
June 27, 2017
Should have read description better
The apparatus was fairly easy to assemble with the exception of the hose hook...not really a good place was provided for it. When the description said "light weight", I should have realized it was going to be pretty "flimsy".
July 9, 2015
Originally posted at
Not as pictured
I tried to use next to my house but too filmsy to hold my hose. I guess if I used one of those scrunch you hoses it would be ok. It kept falling over from the weight. I was really hoping it would work. I sent back one I hadn't opened and will try to use the one I opened by putting it by the fence and securing it to it to give it more strength.
June 18, 2015
Stakes are too short to keep in ground or not break
I bought 6 of them. I didn't want to reel up my hose after each use, so I used them by spacing them apart along my front yard to hang my hose on the top 1/2 of them so it kept the hose off the ground. I didn't use it to wrap the whole hose around it. I don't think it would hold up to wrap even a small hose around it. First issue is it doesn't say you have to assemble it by attaching 7 screws. Make sure you screw each on real tightly or it won't hold the parts in place. It didn't have any written instructions. It only had a picture with the parts next to the pole, but it didn't state how to assemble it. Not all parts looked like the picture & I'm real good at putting things together. The top plastic caps doesn't fit over it very well, because there's a metal hook that also goes inside the hole, so it's in the way for the cap to go over it securely. As I used a rubber mallet to hammer each stake in the ground, the stake either bent as it went in (And the ground was soft from raining days before) or the stake bent after laying the hose over the top of the first level. Or, when I did hang the hose on the top of it, the pole would fall over, because the stakes aren't long enough to stay stable in the ground, not even with a little weight on it. The stakes need to be a few inches longer, so it will stay in the ground & handle any weight on it. Great concept, if they made the stakes a lot longer. Also, I feel they need to be taller. I'm only 5'2" & I was bending down to hang the hose just on the top 1/2, but if you wanted to wrap the hose around it, as it was made for, you would have to get on you knees to get it around both levels.
May 26, 2015
Unsatisfactory
Doesn't hold a lot of hose. Hose slips off the bottom arm. Not a sturdy product. I should have spent more on a better product.
November 6, 2014
Originally posted at
Very handy
It was very easy to assemble. It does the job.
September 18, 2014
Some Assembly Required
This hanger has seven parts, a lot for a small device, and each must be screwed or bolted on. It takes time, dexterity, two wrenches, and a screwdriver. A vise would help if you're single. I had to wet the soil to stake it, but I did like that it doesn't have to attach to the building or plumbing, and it works fine. Not that easy to relocate, though.
July 3, 2013
Originally posted at
THE PRICE IS RIGHT!
Extremely light construction. Will not support water-filled hose or any hose over 20'
You get what you paid for!
June 24, 2013
Originally posted at
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Watering my plants should be relaxing but the thought of pulling the hose out of the basket, unkinking it while watering & then putting it back in the basket is frustrating. After fighting with it, it winds up on the patio floor until the next fight.
Cheryl H on Oct 7, 2019
Wanted to keep the garden hose organized.
Theresa H on May 1, 2018
Watering my plants should be relaxing but the thought of pulling the hose out of the basket, unkinking it while watering & then putting it back in the basket is frustrating. After fighting with it, it winds up on the patio floor until the next fight.
Cheryl H on Oct 7, 2019
We needed something to put our hose on since we rent & can not attach anything to the house & we now have on a chair ! This will look much better
JOAN W on Apr 12, 2019
Wanted to keep the garden hose organized.
Theresa H on May 1, 2018
I have one and I needed one in the front of the house. Does not take up much room and keeps hose up from the ground
Edith K on Aug 9, 2017
Needed one for myself and one for son. Have one but needed these.
Helen C on Aug 8, 2017
Need a hose out by my flowers away from house thought this would be ideal.
vanessa c on Jul 21, 2017
need to keep hose up and out of the way when not in use
John W on Jul 5, 2017
already have a hose caddy and they keep the hose in order
MARY J on Jun 15, 2017
Need to keep my hoses orderly.
JoBess A on Jun 15, 2017
They didn't last ,They are too flimsy..
LORETTA C on Jun 13, 2017
Hope this will keep our RV hose up off the ground & out of the mud
B E on May 24, 2017
For gifts
Karen C on Jul 23, 2015
Convenience
Judith N on Jun 24, 2015
We need them for the front and backyards.
R I on Jun 9, 2015
Keep the hoses up off the ground so it is easier to mow!
evelyn H on May 30, 2015
It was the best value , considering the material used to make it and the Price is right
Darold W on May 23, 2015
needed it
PATRICIA D on May 21, 2015
Used them before. Serves the purpose very well.
Penny K on Mar 26, 2015
Needed to get hoses off ground. Okay for light weight hoses or shorter hoses. Mine was a regular weight and 75feet.
MARY L on Mar 21, 2015
thought it would hold my hose, but it really does not, sorry I bought it.
GERRI S on Mar 15, 2015
Keeping garden hose off the ground
Patricia McM R on Jan 23, 2015
I picked this item because I needed to get my hose off the ground but it did not work. I don't have that big of a hose but the thing still could not hold it. I kept it for about a week then threw it away. I would not get this every again.
S Y on Jan 9, 2015
It is lightweight, and thin to get into the ground easily
B E on Nov 17, 2014
poor choice, not very strong!
ESTHER O on Nov 9, 2014
We needed something to put our hose on since we rent & can not attach anything to the house & we now have on a chair ! This will look much better
JOAN W on Apr 12, 2019
I have one and I needed one in the front of the house. Does not take up much room and keeps hose up from the ground
Edith K on Aug 9, 2017