- Rain Barrels
- Packaged Systems
Flexi-Fit Diverter 31" Fill Hose is very similar to sump hose yet it has a slightly smaller diameter so that it fits perfectly with the Flex-Fit Downspout Diverter and Flexi-Fit Inlet Hose Seal. (Accordion Style)
I ordered this to replace the broken one on my rain barrel. It arrived very promptly and is the exact right size. The previous one lasted about 5 years, so pretty sturdy. Unknown on 16th Nov 2017
I have 7 rain barrels. Four are clustered near my garden at the house corner and the others are placed around the rest of the house. The hoses are very versatile to allow a barrel to be placed farther away from the downspout if needed..and I did for 2. Other than removing the diverter in the winter, I leave everything else intact. These hoses hold up great season after season.
Aimee on 25th Jul 2017
Connecting to a 300 Gallon tote, the flex hose is too short. However, it is nice to connect up to 1" pvc for ease of taking the lid off the tote and etc. Unknown on 24th Jul 2017
In the past I've used PVC piping to pipe from the down spout diverter to a rain barrel, until I tried a flexi-fit diverter fill hose. I will use the flexi-fit 100% of the time in the future. Absolutely simple and it allows for the barrel movement when it fills. D Stoney on 5th Jul 2017
The hose installed with ease and fits into rubber seals as described. Brian Kevelin on 5th Apr 2017
I bought the hose after buying diverter after being unable to find hose connector at local DIY or Home Depot. It took me 20 minutes to do everything (including all hole drilling) to hook-up to my rain barrel two days before we got rain. During the rain my 50 gallon barrel was full in under an hour and no overflow. Can't be more impressed w/this system. Rich Mooney on 24th Nov 2016
I am so pleased with how well this system works! I also have the diverters (2 in one downspout) that I installed and thought that I might be able to work out some way to use them without the flexible pipe, but couldn't find anything. I have 2 Rain Wizard rainbarrels and drilled holes in the catchscreens, with the same drillbit that I used for the diverters, to insert the pipes, then put duct tape around to seal out mosquitoes. It isn't the prettiest arrangement, but it works great! I am a 60ish something woman, and I had to plan it out for a while before I figured out what I thought would be the best way to set up things. Took about 15 minutes to drill holes, etc. I have them at a corner of my carport next to a downspout, about 3 ft off the ground, so gravity feed works great. Thanks for a very innovative and easy to use product! I looked at all the different options from other brands, and this one by far looked the easiest. J.A. Chatham on 20th Jun 2016
I love the whole system. I have 3 rain barrels now, all hooked together and to a drip irrigation system. This is the least expensive method I could find for rain barrels, and it works great! Unknown on 3rd Jul 2015
Since this product description had zero information about the diameter of the tube ends, I just assumed that all such rain barrel tubes ends were uniform. They are not. These tube ends were 1 inch diameter. The diverter that I have installed requires something a little bigger. I had to cut the tube end and jerry-rig it to fit. Hopefully it will. JC on 15th May 2015
Great to hook up the diverter to the barrel.
I drive my wife nuts with it until I hook it up.
Makes a neat sound when you pull it apart then push it back. ROFL.
The neat thing is the hose stays where you put it. Paschal & Genene Dobbins on 30th Jul 2014