AquaJoe Fiberjacket Max

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AquaJoe Fiberjacket Max is a dual-layer hose that's meant to be used for watering tasks around homes, cars, boats, and RVs. It's specified that the gray and turquoise hose, which comes in lengths of 25,50, or 100 feet, has a heavy-duty fiberjacket outer shell and a flexible, kink-resistant inner core. The standard nozzle that's attached to each hose has been designed for tasks such as washing your windows and car or watering outdoor flowers, but you'll also have the option of obtaining a fireman's nozzle.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of AquaJoe Fiberjacket Max is $19.99 plus $7.99 shipping for a total price of $27.98.

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Connect Hose to Water Source

    Before using your AquaJoe Fiberjacket Max, you'll have to uncoil it and connect it to the outdoor water source of your choice. Connecting it won't be any different than connecting a standard green garden hose, but this hose has aluminum connectors that may make the connection tighter and more durable.

  2. Turn on Water Supply

    Once your hose is connected to your selected water source, turn on the water supply and watch the hose expand bit by bit as water begins to flow through it.

  3. Use Hose for Watering Tasks

    After about 30 seconds, test your hose to see if water is flowing freely through it by pushing down on the nozzle's lever. Following that, you'll be able to move the hose smoothly along your lawn, in various directions, and use it for virtually any watering or washing task that you need to complete. This might include washing the outer siding of your home or RV or watering some shrubs in your garden.

  4. Turn Water Supply Off

    When you're done using your hose, turn off the water supply and watch the hose shrink back into a smaller shape as the water flowing through it diminishes. Once it has little to no water in it, you can either coil it up and leave it on the ground in a safe place, or hang it from a hook of your choice.


  • Three Lengths Available

    The AquaJoe Fiberjacket Max hose comes in three different lengths—25,50, and 100 feet—so users should choose the length that best suits their needs. If you want to use this hose on a boat or in a small yard, the 25-foot length will probably suit you just fine, while a longer version is a better choice for larger yards.

  • Slim and Lightweight

    Like most North American garden hoses, this hose has a diameter of five-eighths of an inch, making it appear fairly slim when you glance at it. Yet, this hose is also up to 50 percent lighter than most traditionally crafted garden hoses. Therefore, if you're very petite, or lack physical strength for some other reason, you still may be able to use it without wearing yourself out. Regardless of their size or strength level, most adult users should be able to roll up this hose and carry it under one arm.

  • Chemical-Free Construction

    The materials used to make this hose are free of harsh chemicals, such as lead, phthalates, and the potentially toxic chemical compound known as BPA, which is still found in some plastic products today. As a result, you and anyone else in your environment (including pets) will be able to drink safely from this hose without being concerned about exposure to toxicity.

  • Resistant to Rips, Abrasion

    Both the outer shell of this hose and the inner tube beneath it are resistant to rips and abrasion. In fact, while standard garden hoses can typically tolerate a water pressure level of 200 Psi, this hose can withstand a pressure level of up to 600 Psi without ripping. Furthermore, due to being abrasion-resistant, this type of hose will be unlikely to damage any delicate surface it crosses, including painted surfaces.

  • Non-Slip Rubber Grips

    Each end of this hose contains non-slip, crush-proof rubber grips. This is especially important when it comes to the front end, as it means that the hose's nozzle won't quickly slip out of your hand as you use it. Both grips will also be resistant to accidental damage from bicycle tires.

Positive Points

  • Tolerates Various Temperatures

    The AquaJoe Fiberjacket Max hose is highly tolerant of various temperatures and weather conditions, including heat, humidity, and rain. Unless the temperature in your area falls below zero degrees, the inner core of your hose should maintain its original level of flexibility. Consequently, even if you live in a northern area, you may be able to keep the hose outdoors and ready for use until the annual rounds of heavy snow show up.

  • Mildew Buildup Unlikely

    Ordinary rubber garden hoses can become covered in mildew as they sit outside for weeks, which can literally lead them to feel slimy when you pick them up. On the other hand, this fiberjacket hose will resist the buildup of mildew, no matter how long it sits outdoors, so you'll probably never have to deal with slime when you use it.

  • May Reduce Back Pain

    A common complaint from individuals who have heavy rubber hoses is that their back begins to hurt after they drag their hose around their property. If you experience back pain with a standard hose, and you make the switch to the AquaJoe, though, you may find that this pain disappears. This particular hose has been designed to slide so smoothly across any type of terrain, including stones, that you likely won't have to tug or pull on it very much at all. You also may stand up straighter, which can reduce back pain, because you're less fatigued.

  • Ideal for Children

    If you want to teach your children to do yard work that involves washing or watering, this hose is a good one to use for that purpose. Since it's lighter than most hoses of the same length and diameter, a child probably won't have great difficulty moving it, and they'll be able to take a safe drink from it when they're done.

Critical Advice

The standard nozzle that this hose is fitted with may be fine for users who want to wash patio furniture in their yard and water their plants and flowers. However, those users who regularly have large bonfires outside their home or RV should consider obtaining the fireman's nozzle, too. This will dramatically enhance your safety, as when a fire starts, this nozzle should be able to extinguish it in seconds.


  • Bring Indoors When It's Cold

    As mentioned, this hose will continue to work efficiently if it's not exposed to temperatures lower than 0 degrees Fahrenheit. You shouldn't expose it to temperatures any lower than that if you can help it, or else it might freeze and incur damage that permanently affects its performance. While you can freely store this hose outdoors in hot, warm, or cool weather, it's best to bring it indoors once the average daily temperature falls below zero.

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Do not buy AquaJoe Fiberjacket Max online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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