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Old 12-16-2013, 09:56 PM   #1
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Here's a help in winter camping.

Pirit Heated Hoses


Pirit Heated Hose is used to provide a constant source of water in freezing temperatures. Now available in approximately 12', 25', 50' & 100'.
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Old 12-17-2013, 07:05 AM   #2
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What goes in must come out.... they also offer a heated sewer hose as well....

PIRIT Heated Hose : The Only Cold Weather Heated Hose
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What goes in must come out.... they also offer a heated sewer hose as well....

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LOL.............good point.
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Pricey stuff!
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I suspect this is for those who full time in their trailers in full service RV parks.
In cold weather its much cheaper to just attach the hose just long enough to fill the water tank and disconnect & drain the hose completely. Have found that many camping spots turn off their water connection completely during colder weather anyways.
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I suspect this is for those who full time in their trailers in full service RV parks.
In cold weather its much cheaper to just attach the hose just long enough to fill the water tank and disconnect & drain the hose completely. Have found that many camping spots turn off their water connection completely during colder weather anyways.
Our local park in Salina, OK closes their gates and padlocks it.
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