This is a nice hanger for smaller hoses, much nicer than a wire hoop. We use them to store our 20' slinky hose. It's good for 3-4 hoops, just like the description says. If you're expecting this to hold your long hose, you'll be disappointed. Get a garden hose hanger.
I am so glad I found these! They are working out great for my vacuum hoses ! My cellar looks better with them hanging up! Thank-you
We needed another hanger for our "quick connect" hose. This does the trick!
The product is a good product. I just needed one size larger then the 5".
hassle-free returns? no, not at MD Central Vacuum - do yourself a favor and don't find out the hard way; even if you order through Amazon, they will not reimburse shipping
(MD Notes: We are sorry to hear this customer experienced issues with the return process. We are reaching out to resolve this customer issue.)
This hose hanger is OK for storing up to a 30 foot hose but is inadequate for the longer 35 foot hose unless it is mounted at a level of about 6 feet or more from the floor. However, that mounting height might pose a problem with re-storing the hose. Also, this hanger is actually the same size as the 4 inch black holder that is generally provided with the standard 30 foot OEM hose set.
Hanger too small to accommodate hose of any length.
(MD Notes: Hoses should be stored in 3-4 large loops.)
It is too small! I bought a 40 foot hose at the same time, so you should have known. I simply does not hold the number of loops required if hung at a reasonable height with this much hose. I'm looking for a better alternative now.
Great way to organize the long, unwieldy hose
Works perfectly. My last one was exactly the same and lasted over 10 years. It has a hook to hold an attachment bag underneath and the width is enough to wind the hose around. Make sure you use anchor screws. ~
Strong, durable, and works well. It also will not damage the hose in any way. The design has two attachment points perpendicular down the center. One that can't be seen in the picture is under the bow of the hose holder. This allowed me to attach it very securely to a stud. The two top side holes can use simple drywall anchors to give it stability and prevent flexing. Any hose holder must allow it to be securely attached to a stud, because it takes a lot weight and constant abuse. I had a similar one for over ten years, before years of abuse and someone in a hurry gave it a strong yank snapped the plastic. The alternatives I've seen could never have lasted as long.
I use this with a Kenmore vacuum, not a central vacuum, but it works just the same. It's terrific for making extra space in the closet as well as making it easy to retrieve the hose when I'm ready to use it. Instead of the hose taking up an entire shelf, it's neatly curled on the hanger, and is easy to just lift off without further tangling it.
This is a great accessory; sturdy and supportive. Minimizes stress on the hose, much better than a garage hook.
My husband and I bought the central vacuum hose hanger 5" for our hose that is about 35 feet long with a hose cover to protect our walls. The hanger is a very need part to store the hose component in the closet that the vacuuming system is in. Unfortunately the part is way to small to hold the hose and does not work for what it was intended for. It also does not come with wall screws or anchors, this made another trip to the hardware store.In all the hose is all over the floor (sloppy)and I have to untangle the hose each time. The hanger does not do its job. - Jeff and Martha
(MD Notes: Our hose hangers can accommodate up to a 50' hose if you store it in 4 to 5 large loops not multiple short loops which will cause the hose to kink over time.)
Too small to hold a central vacuum hose.
Not deep enough for 40ft hose
Ideal for smaller hoses, less than 25 feet would work fine.