Element Sprinkler+ - Sprinkler and Soaker Hose Combination

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Need a sprinkler hose and a soaker hose for your watering needs? Leave it to the innovation experts at Swan to combine the two.

Our Element-brand Sprinkler+® hose features six holes per foot for a uniform watering pattern. Simply place the stripe of holes up for a sprinkler that sprays a wall of mist, or place the stripe down for a traditional soaker hose. Now you can water your lawn, vegetable garden, flowerbeds or any narrow or small space with just one garden hose.

The sprinkler hose is a snap to unroll into place and then roll and store when done. A cap for the male end of the water hose also makes for easy storage as well as draining.

And because it’s an Element hose, it meets the lead-free standards under the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act, so no harmful chemicals or odors are added to your water supply.
  • Sprinkler hose and soaker hose combined
  • Ideal for watering lawns, vegetable gardens, flowerbeds and narrow areas
  • Six holes per foot create either a sprinkler/wall of mist or soaker hose
  • Long-lasting couplings with capped male end for easy draining, storage
  • Easy to unroll and roll for storage
  • Meets lead-free standards under Federal Safe Drinking Water Act
  • 7-year warranty
  • Available as both a 25-ft. sprinkler hose, soaker hose and a 50-ft. sprinkler hose, soaker hose
  • Approximation is 1.2 Gallons of water per hour

Six holes per foot create either a sprinkler/wall of mist or soaker hose


  • 25-feet - 2 lbs
  • 50-feet - 4 lbs


  • Do not run hot water through your hose (unless your hose is rated for hot water).
  • Do not run liquids other than water through your hose as they are only designed for use with water.
  • Do not leave the hose under pressure when not in use. Heat or pressure can damage your hose and cause it to leak or burst.
  • Our hoses are not intended for indoor use. Garden hoses are intended for use in residential and/or commercial water systems that have typical average water pressures up to approximately 100 PSI. Garden hoses should not be used for system pressures based upon burst rating.

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