3/4" Easy Loc Female Hose Start

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  • Andrea Beaudin - Apr 30th 2023

    Best fitting for the job

    I really love the Easy Loc products. They've made installation so much easier!

  • Justin - May 15th 2021

    Repeat customer

    To be fair, it's a quality product. And it's something you could find just as easy somewhere else. But what keeps me coming back? Dripworks is a one stop shop. Fast, speedy, responsive to questions and helpful in designing a system. 100% will keep using them as my drip system supplier!

  • Don - May 4th 2021

    Awesome product

    Every product I have ever purchased from Drip Works ships quickly and performs exactly as you would expect. Highly recommend.

  • Meredith - Jul 11th 2020


    I have not received the order that i placed last month., I will let you know when I receive it.

  • Jennifer - Jul 3rd 2019

    Just What I Needed

    Drip Works provides exactly what I need to install water-saving irrigation systems in my yard.

  • Ethan - Apr 29th 2019

    Pretty good

    Shipping was a little slow. Price was fair. Product seems quality.

  • Ronald - May 26th 2018


    This is terrific in converting from drip line to hose -- quick, easy and a tight connection.

  • Jeff - Jul 5th 2017

    Eazy Loc for pro installs

    Eazy Loc 3/4 parts are for pros. Heavy duty fittings can handle high PSI's and are very durable for when weed whacking is needed. High outdoor temps with high water PSI can lead to blowouts. I never worry when I have my EasyLoc system rocking.

  • Todd Roth - Jun 23rd 2017

    Drip Products

    Hose and drip emitters

  • Larry Janik - Mar 26th 2014

    easiest fittings to use

    No tools required fast and simple installation


This 3/4" Easy Loc Female Hose Start is used to connect 3/4" mainline 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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