• Ray
    1.1k
    In this video, I give you a quick look at my new Camco EvoFlex fresh water hose and discuss my reasons for choosing it. My old Apex NeverKink hose will now be repurposed as a fill line for adding water when boondocking. I use an old Flojet water pump to add water to the RV fresh water tank from a 30-gallon AquaTank water bladder.

    I also show my campsite water hook-up arrangement, including a 2-way splitter, a 50-foot Zero-G hose for rig washing, and a Valterra water pressure regulator.

  • Alpenliter
    6
    I’m thinking Camco is trying to make up for that miserable blue hose that was so stiff and unmanageable, it was practically useless. On your recommendation, I’ll give them a second chance. Thanks Ray!
  • Jack Tyler
    34
    I've switched to all ZeroG hoses at the house and with the trailer, for all the reasons you mentioned, Ray. And it's worth adding that the 'vinyl fabric' outer sheath holds up very well when the hoses are drug around our gravel + rock yards here in Prescott, Arizona. Excellent end fittings also, and it's worth mentioning that they are not only relatively light but space efficient when empty and coiled. I had a conventional 75' hose on a storage reel and, when replacing it with 2 x 50' ZeroG hoses, it took up less room on the wheel while giving me more range. Can't say enough good things about them.

    Jack
  • Greg F
    330
    I bought this hose about 3 months ago. So far it has worked well. I bought the 50 foot size but wish I went with (2) 25 footers instead as typically 25 would be long enough.
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