1/2" Easy Loc Female Hose Start

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  • Robert - Feb 16th 2021

    Good value

    Good source of drip irrigation expertise and supplies for home gardeners. Easy to deal with, fast shipping and fair prices.

  • john - Aug 24th 2020


    Excellent selection and very prompt service. Thank you

  • Stacy - Aug 22nd 2020

    These really are easy to use!

    fast delivery and very easy to use excellent product.

  • Gary - Aug 13th 2020

    1/2" Easy Loc Female Hose Start

    good quality for when water pressure is a little higher it will hold the 1/2" tubing, and decent price.

  • Richard - Aug 4th 2020

    Easy peasy

    simple to use, works like a charm. first time drip setup for me. everything working liking a champ.

  • Robert - Jul 12th 2020

    Easy Loc system is wonderful

    Quite simply they are wonderful. In fact I really like the whole system. It fits together very securely and doesn't fall apart. The first sets of connectors purchased from a large big box store fell apart and started leaking after 2 years while the easy loc is still going strong after 4. The female hose starts are easy to connect, very secure, and are a lot easier to attach to hoses. I love them.

  • Maura - Jul 12th 2020

    Just as described

    A pleasure to deal with DripWorks - FAST shipping, good product- I can depend on this company for all my gardening needs.

  • Les - Jul 6th 2020

    Quick and easy!

    The title says it all! works great.

  • Kim - Jul 3rd 2020

    Easy Loc work great

    All of the Easy Loc parts are great to work with and make the job simple.

  • Peter G. - Apr 19th 2020

    easy-loc super product

    I find these very easy to setup, and can reuse easily. Ihave lots of them in use in my backyard garden.


This 1/2" Easy Loc Female Hose Start is used to connect 1/2" tubing to a faucet assembly or garden hose.

As their name implies, Easy Loc fittings are much easier to use than compression or barbed fittings.

To prevent damage to the female hose thread swivel, mainline tubing should be staked down at the first point of contact with the ground.

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