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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-07-2016, 22:43 Thread Starter
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Water filler adapter for sale.AS NEW.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/like/27190...ype=pla&crdt=0



Can anyone use one of these? Good little tool.

We used it two or three times before we sold the Moho that it suited. Our new Knaus has a different filler where one just holds the hose in the hole

So it is now spare.

Send me 15,00 and I will send it to you. It is completely as new.

PM me if interested. It needs to go off to a new home now as we can't use it on the Knaus.

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Wow, I forgot to let a bag of bits go with the last van, and it had one of those in it, I was going to throw it away, but thought I'd give it a try, didn't realise they were as much as that, mind I do tend to undervalue stuff. 15 seem a sensible price.
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Works fine Kev' Saved one standing holding a hose end in a hole.

Click - Click and turn on the tap. Then you can go off and do something else whilst the tank fills up.

Simples.

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I usually use a watering can and top up a little every day, we tend to use about 30 litres per day. If and when we use a hose, I just shove it in the hole.
Works for me!
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I don't like putting possibly contaminated hose ends into my water tank if I can help it.

Yes watering can is a good idea. But we all do that don't we??

One site we were on recently saw a chap stick the hose a few feet down the filler and walk off to the loo. The water pressure was quite good there and the hose shot out (When he was not there ) and flooded the entire area. fair old mess! The ducks were happy enough though..

So if hand filling? I personally would not stick the hose into the filler (Hygiene) and I don't walk away either.

Hey ho. to each their own.


Item now sold guys.. Thanks for the interest.

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I don't like putting possibly contaminated hose ends into my water tank if I can help it.

Yes watering can is a good idea. But we all do that don't we??

One site we were on recently saw a chap stick the hose a few feet down the filler and walk off to the loo. The water pressure was quite good there and the hose shot out (When he was not there ) and flooded the entire area. fair old mess! The ducks were happy enough though..

So if hand filling? I personally would not stick the hose into the filler (Hygiene) and I don't walk away either.

Hey ho. to each their own.


Item now sold guys.. Thanks for the interest.

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Incidentally Alex, we never let our hose, any part of it touch the ground. Far too many French contaminate their complete hoses. One of us always hold it up!
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Click click? Why not for a few quid? Simplifies the process.

Then no need to hold onto anything and all under control.

But as you rightly imply.. To each their own and if it works for you then why not.

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Click click? Why not for a few quid? Simplifies the process.

Then no need to hold onto anything and all under control.

But as you rightly imply.. To each their own and if it works for you then why not.

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Alex, as we are holding it off the ground, to save contamination, it is no hardship to keep an eye on the hose that is stuffed into the filler.
But as I said earlier, mostly, we do use the watering can.
Agree, each to their own. No right or wrong!
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I just stick my hose end in the filler and wedge it there with a large sheet of rolled up kitchen roll. Works for me and never had the hose fly back out.

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On it's way to the new owner now.



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