Bionic Steel Garden Hose Review

bionic steel garden hose review

Bionic Steel PRO Garden Hose

9.3

Maneuverability

9.0/10

Durability

9.8/10

Convenience

9.0/10

Longevity

9.8/10

Value

8.8/10

Pros

  • 2 size selections (50ft/100ft)
  • Does not rust (304 stainless steel)
  • 100% weatherproof (heat-resistant & ice-resistant)
  • Reasonably priced

Cons

  • More difficult to store than non-metal hoses

Here we’ll give you a detailed review on the bionic steel PRO garden hose – the new 2019 model! We will include all product specifications, features, as well as the major pros and cons you should know.

Overall, the bionic steel pro is a super tough and affordable hose that will last you ages – I mean literally a lifetime – due to its resilient stainless steel construction.

It’s actually Amazon’s Choice for “Metal Garden Hoses”

So let’s get down to it.


Bionic Steel PRO Garden Hose Review

Product Specifications:
  • Manufacturer: E Mishan & Sons
  • Weight: 6 lbs
  • Length: 50 or 100-feet
  • Inner Diameter: 5/8-inch
  • Performance Features:
    • 304 Stainless Steel (rust-resistant)
    • Brass Crush-Resistant Fittings
    • Stabilizer Collar
    • Kink-Free
    • Interlocking Flex Design (easy to maneuver)
    • Lightweight (6 pounds)
    • Ultra Resilient & Durable (anti-leak & puncture)
    • Weatherproof (heat-resistant & ice-resistant)
  • Shipping Weight: 11.25 lbs

Before getting into all the details of the features, you have the option with the 2019 (newest model) of selecting either a 50 footer or 100 footer depending on what suits your needs.


Bionic 304 Stainless Steel

So the entire hose is constructed with 304 stainless steel which is the better quality stainless steel out there. 304 stainless steel does not rust and is less electrically conductive than other steels.

Due to the durable construction, the bionic garden hose is extremely resilient and that is not an over-statement. You can literally do anything to it and it’ll be fine. Light it on fire, freeze it in a block of ice, roll over it with your car and it’ll still work completely fine and remain in good condition.

But of course, don’t do that – that was just for testing before putting the hose on the market. But yes, it’s extremely weatherproof. So if you live in really hot temperatures, you don’t have to worry about your hose melting or overheating like rubber hoses. Or if you live in an area with extremely cold winters, you honestly don’t have to store your garden hose away. But if you want to, make sure you store your hose properly.

bionic steel PRO garden hose review

It is also resistant to leaks, punctures, and extended drags over tougher surfaces. If you need to drag it along sharper rocky surfaces, rough asphalt or other jaded surfaces, it will not puncture.


Flexible & Lightweight

You would think that since this is a stainless steel hose that it would be considerably heavy and difficult to carry or move around. But no, it actually only weighs 6 pounds. So the elderly or even your kids will have no problem using it.

It consists of an interlocking flex design which basically makes it more flexible and easy to handle. You can maneuver it easily around sharp corners, trees, bushes, and other obstacles.


Solid Brass Fittings

The ends of the bionic steel hose have crush-resistant brass fittings as well as stabilizer collars which basically makes the end connectors unable to dent, chip, or break. That is the worst because your garden hose will leak and you will have to install a new connector on the end of your hose which is a tedious process and not the least bit fun.


Kink-Free Performance

So this is what everyone worries about when purchasing a new garden hose. Will your garden hose kink? Commercial rubber hoses are the worst for kinks. Expandable garden hoses are actually pretty good at resisting kinks and even if they do kink – the garden hose will still work.

As for the metal garden hoses like the bionic steel PRO you won’t have to worry about a single kink. A sturdy and flexible metal garden hose will not kink. It’s quite impossible as it will just roll back or coil into proper position if you tried. So your consistent high-pressure water output will not be interrupted as long as the hose is on.

Check out this video:

Basically that is the performance of it. Also note that this is the lower model!


Other Performance Features

That is really all there is to the bionic steel PRO garden hose that you should know. As for other technical information, the inner diameter is 5/8 of an inch which allows for a stream of 500PSI to come through the end of the hose.

As for the manufacturer note, they developed this steel hose with the vision of creating a more practical garden hose that can survive any element and therefore have superior longevity.


Final Thoughts On Bionic Steel PRO Garden Hose

So I hope you found this review informative. Overall, if you are looking for thee garden hose that you won’t have to replace for literally ages, then this is your pick. Compared to commercial rubber hoses or expandable hoses, they of course have their own benefits and purposes, but I honestly prefer metal garden hoses because you can do way more with them and they last a lot longer.

If you have any questions or concerns, leave me a comment below and I will be more than happy to get back to you.

About Robert Sullivan

Hi everyone! My name is Robert Sullivan and welcome to Seasonal Preferences! I hope you have found exactly what you are looking for and we were able to help you with your inquiry! To tell you a little bit about myself, I love reading and writing, a good movie or TV show, sports – baseball in particular, and of course the outdoors! I grew up always wanting to spend my days outside, sun shining or not! It is safe to say the outdoors have definitely grown on me, especially gardening. Gardening has brought me so much happiness that I wake up every single morning with a smile on my face ready to have some fun. With that being said, I want to share my experience with you and also hear your ideas so that we can make our gardening lives that much better. I also love to blog about tips and design ideas you can implement to make your garden area more satisfying! Anyways, thanks for stopping by and if you have any questions or concerns, or just want to get in touch, comment on any one of my blog posts!

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