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Gardiner Quick Connector Male to Garden Hose Female Brass

Quick Overview

  • Female Tap Connector to Quick Plug
  • Attaches to a Garden Hose Tap to allow Quick Disconnect to other Fittings
  • Quick connect female to 3/4 inch pipe female, Standard US 3/4 inch GHT (Garden Hose Thread) valve that can easily be interchangeable with an assortment of garden accessory.
  • Heavy-duty brass construction with rust proof, Easy to connect
  • Easy replacement of connector for spray guns, sprinklers, lances and other hose end accessories

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Item #: 152-101  UPC : 00669893023116  MPN : FIT-HZLK-BRASS-TAP-3/4
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Brass Tap Connector 3/4"

Male Quick Connector to Garden Hose Female
Attaches to a Building Water Tap to allow Quick Disconnect to other Fittings


  • Safe and necessary tools for home garden.
  • A good alternative to the standardized plastic garden hose coupling system
  • For hose, pipe, tap connecting
  • Each Piece is complete with Male and Female US standard 3/4 inch GHT (Garden Hose Thread) valve that can easily be interchangeable with an assortment of garden accessory.
  • Light and portable, easy to use
  • Perfect and durable Garden Supplies for your house.
  • Please note - This is only Male. Female need to bought separately

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