Andrews® 2-in-1 Sprinkler/Soaker Hose

  • 4 Stars
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The original 2-tube standby.

Green plastic with tiny, round holes for gentle spray, turn it over, it's a soaker!

  • Soaker or Sprinkler: Holes face up for an even, gentle spray or face down for a thorough soaking.

  • Flexible: Unique soft and flexible hose makes it easy to use and contour. Ideal for flower beds, borders, vegetable gardens, walkways, lawns and shrubs.

  • Adjustable Length: End clip can be removed and reset anywhere along the hose to adjust length.
Item # Length Ship wt Stock Status 1 – 5 6 + Qty
AS30 30 ft .5 lb In Stock $13.99 $13.19
AS50 50 ft 2 lb In Stock $17.79 $16.79
AS100 100 ft 3 lb In Stock $31.99 $30.99


2-in-1 Sprinkler/Soaker Hose2-tubesWon't kink, mildew or stick togetherGreen plasticEnd clip is removable


Manufacturer supplies a 5 warranty on workmanship and material.

Review Summary (Based on 10 Reviews)

5 Stars

Repeat purchase wrote

Got two of these last year and was so happy with them I got more. They are light weight but do the trick. Nice that they fold up neatly for winter storage.

5 Stars

Best sprinkler hose I've ever used. wrote

I have these all over my yard. My yard is large enough to have gardens in different areas. I use this hose in my veggie garden...nothing goes dry; my flower beds, it reaches everywhere. The only problem I have is once in awhile there is a break...mainly because someone hits it with a weed whacker. This last rip happened yesterday. I'm not sure how to fix it....what kind of tape, etc. That's also why I'm here. Most of these hoses last me about 3-5 years. The gardening store does not carry them any longer....So, I'm about to order!

4 Stars

Easy wrote

The hoses are easy to handle, store and the length of the sprinkling portion can be lengthened or shortened easily in a few seconds. The horrid Texas drought and extreme heat this summer stiffened the hoses I kept in the garden all summer, but I will replace them.

5 Stars

best soaker/sprinkler hose I have used wrote

I lay the hoses with holes facing up between my rows of raspberries and I can water two rows with one hose with very little overspray or wasted water. The only problem I have had is that the tiny holes sometimes get plugged with debris so I have a spin filter on my irrigation line.

5 Stars

Sprinkler hoses -- a comparison wrote

This year I decided to redo all my flower beds. In addition to several long (50 ft) beds, I have numerous containers and flower boxes all around the property. To make a long story, I bought several lengths of sprinkler hoses, of several lengths, of different quality, from different manufacturers. At an online website I bought a construction-grade 50' length of the black, porous hose-type sprinkler. I stretched it around the flower beds. It was very satisfactory in that it was rugged and did the job. But, I particularly like the fact that the water seeps out of them, rather than sprayed. However, it was very stiff and difficult to handle. It constantly wanted to curl up into a coil. I should mention that I garden from a wheelchair and wrestling with stubborn hose like this was like fighting a python. Next, I tried a lighter, more flexible porous-type, purchased at [local store]. While being easier to handle, it quickly broke at the fittings and repair was impossible. Finally, I bought the Andrews. It

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