Camco 22853 Premium Drinking Water Hose (5/8″ID x 50′)

Camco’s Premium Drinking Water Hoses are heavy-duty reinforced hoses that are 20 percent thicker than standard hoses. The anti-kink design features machined fittings and strain-relief ends for added durability. The hoses are lead free, BPA free, phthalate free and UV stabilized for longer life. Made with NSF certified hose and made with drinking water safe material. CSA low lead content certified. Complies with California’s AB1953 and Vermont Act 193 Low Lead Laws.

Product Features

  • Heavy-duty hose is 20 percent thicker than standard drinking water hoses
  • Drinking water safe, lead free, BPA free, phthalate free and leaves no strong plastic taste in your drinking water
  • Machined fittings and strain-relief ends for added durability
  • UV stabilized for longer life and made with NSF certified hose
  • CSA low lead content certified and complies with California’s AB1953 and Vermont Act 193 Low Lead Laws

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2 Responses to Camco 22853 Premium Drinking Water Hose (5/8″ID x 50′)

  1. John H says:

    RV’er’s, this is a good one! This is a nice, heavy-duty potable water hose with machined end fittings, not the cheap rolled ones that are easily damaged and then leak. We’ve used this hose on several camping trips, and it doesn’t impart any taste to the water like some hoses do.It really likes to stay coiled, tho. It comes rather tightly coiled up, and the hose takes a “set” until it’s used. If the weather is hot, and it lays out in the sun, the “set” will come out of it.We’re very satisfied with…

  2. MCM "researcher" says:

    Nice hose but kinks I purchased this hose for the fact that the typical hoses contain lead and other contaminants. My kids run through the sprinkler, drink from the hose whether I want them to or not and I water some of our veggies. So I wanted to be sure to get a hose rated safe for drinking.The downside of the hose is that it does kink. One trick that seems to help is to turn on the water first (if you have a nozzle on the end that you can close) and then it seems to help when you unwind it…