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Old 25-08-2007, 03:47   #16
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Thanks what a great idea, that Sealand hose is tough to work with! Some way to "encourage" it to fit where is was designed to fit is a big help!


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Old 27-08-2007, 08:38   #17
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head hose

Don't give the Trident (green stripe) hose short shift. If you are willing to spring for the Sealand, the Trident is no more expensive. It has the same 5 year no odor warranty as the Sealand. And it is much easier to use. (Unless you have tried both hoses side by side as I did last spring, you will not believe how much more pleasant the Trident hose is to work with.) It does come in white, though the Sealand is better looking in visible installations and has a smoother exterior which probably makes for easier cleaning.
Has anyone on the board actually used both for long enough to have a feeling for which one lasts longer before it begins to smell?


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