Karcher Garden Hose Connector

Stock Number: ES1069221

Manufactured by Karcher

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Get connected with this Karcher Garden Hose Connector. Their patented design fits to all established 1/2in, 5/8in and 3/4in garden hoses. The Soft Grip provides comfortable grip for easy handling. The click connection system is easy to use and helps you create leak-free connection points for your garden hose.

  • Fits to all established 1/2 inch, 5/8 inch and 3/4 inch garden hoses

This garden hose connector is manufactured by Karcher, which means you can count on it to last you for years to come.

This is Karcher spares reference: 2.645-193.0

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Rated 5.0 out of 5 (6 customer reviews)
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  • Good quaility item

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    By - Lymm

    Easy to fit and seems to be a lot more rugged than the item it is replacing.
  • great connector

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    By - manchester

    quality product a lot stronger than other connectors i have bought it does not leak or come off it is what i expect from karcher products so good i bought two
  • Very good

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    By - Isle of Wight

    Excellent much better than the one I already had which kept flying off

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  • Q can i use this to connect karcher window kit to a normale garden hose with out going to a power washer first. 1 Answer

    By d1kydo - 29 June 2010

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      Hi, the Karcher window cleaner kit needs a pressure washer to operate. This connector is used for connecting your regular garden hose to the pressure washer. You then connect the window cleaner kit to the pressure washer. It just wouldn't work with a lack of pressure!

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 29 June 2010