Keep just about everything clean with the K&H Pet Products Rubber Thermo-Hose. Thermostatically controlled, all you have to do is plug it in and heat the hose for 20 minutes—then you’ll have an ice-free, flexible hose to use. This quality hose will turn itself off during warmer weather, and there’s no need to drain in between uses! Disconnect from the permanent water supply when not in use, and the double-walled design with solid brass couplings will last for years to come. It’s perfect for use around the house and the farm!
Thermostatically controlled hose gives you an ice-free flexible hose to use in cold weather.
Just plug it, heat the hose for 20 minutes, and disconnect from the water supply when not in use.
Automatically shuts off in warm weather and eliminates the need to drain between uses.
5/8-inch doubled-walled design features solid brass couplings and 6-foot power cords; uses 100 watts.
Great for filling stock tanks, ponds and hot tubs, and for cleaning dog kennels, the barn and more!
Occasional Use: Simply plug in your Thermo-Hose 5 to 30 minutes before use. On colder days, it can take 15 to 30 minutes to completely thaw the hose. On warmer winter days, it can thaw in as little as 2 or 3 minutes. Only hook up to water source when in immediate use.
Heavy or Frequent Use: Leave your Thermo-Hose plugged in all winter long. The thermostat will turn the hose off when ambient air temperatures rise above freezing. Only hook up to water source when in immediate use. Immediately after use, unhook from water source.
My thermo hose leaked from the coupling immediately. It would be useless in winter with all that water coming out. Not well made so I returned it.
Great Water hose
on Dec 19, 2018
I don't know why I waited so long to get one .So easy and simply to use . It beats fighting with a frozen hose all the time .8 Years of a frozen hose!!!!!
Love my heated hose!
on Jan 17, 2018
This is my second hose that I have purchased. I had my first hose several years ago, but had to replace it with a new one, after my horse stepped all over it :(
A definite necessity living in New England with animals during the Winter. Makes life a lot easier!!