Shires Equestrian H2Go Bag

$20.69
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Shires Equestrian H2Go Bag

$20.69

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Product Summary:

 
H2Go Bag®
 
No more lugging heavy buckets or hassle transporting water.  The H2Go bag transports up to 19 gallons of water in a wheelbarrow where there is no hose or spigot available. 
 
Features:
  • UV-stabilized plastic
  • Fits neatly into a wheelbarrow
  • Folds and stores easily
  • Easy pour spout with flip top
  • Anti-slide mat
Item Specifications:
  • 38 1/2"L x 27 1/2"W
  • 17 1/2 sq. in. anti-slide mat
  • Holds up to 19 gallons

 

Item Number Model Number UPC
E006601 1452 BLUE EACH 5060080676194

Product Reviews by Customers

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It broke at the seam the second time i used it
November 7, 2017
great water transport during hurricane Irma
We'd purchased this a year ago to transport water out to a far area of the pastures. Used it for that purpose about 3 times. Bag will indeed fall out of the barrow if you tip it too far forward and it's not meant for long term, daily use. When Hurricane Irma came through our area of N. Central FL. last month, we were without power and water for 8 days. We filled this bladder before the storm and it lasted two people approx 3 days for water for cooking, dishes, and soaking feed for 2 horses (twice a day), washing hands, etc. We used a cheap hand siphon to get the water out - way more convenient than tipping the barrow to pour. We were able to bring it over to a neighbor's down the road and refill when they switched the generator to their well. That refill lasted us another three days. It was so helpful,we're going to purchase one or two more in preparation for the next storm and/or outage. If we'd gone another day without power, we would've used it to haul water to the horses but their trough was big enough to last the full 8 days.
October 2, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Not for COLD Weather
Fragile in our sub zero weather. The plastic become stiffer the colder it gets. So, if you're using it when the weather is above freezing it's fine. I needed it to work when the weather is subzero. Unfortunately at these temperatures the plastic is too stiff to use. I went back to my 6 gallon hard plastic water carriers from Walmart.
January 7, 2016
bag serves the purpose of transporting water - not long term solution
The bag solved my problem of getting water to the barn. However it does fall out of the wheelbarrow when tipped. Had to clamp the back of the bag to the wheelbarrow.Bag has developed pinholes that we keep patching, so it's still working and I thought the price was very good. However, it will not be a long term solution as a bucket, it's just not going to last that long. We've used it a little over a year.
October 13, 2014
Be care how you use this product.
I purchased the H2Go Bag because I have pens where I quarantine animals that the hose will not reach. I put the non slip mat in the wheelbarrow as illustrated on the item and started watering - It was wonderful until I had to tip the wheelbarrow up a little as the water level fell - out shot the bag, hit a rock put a 5 inch slit in the bag and that was it.
July 10, 2013
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handy convenient way to get water from faucet to barn due to no running water at barn. It needs to be clamped to back of wheelbarrow so it doesn't fall out but other than that it's great for the money.
MARCINE T on Jul 29, 2015
handy convenient way to get water from faucet to barn due to no running water at barn. It needs to be clamped to back of wheelbarrow so it doesn't fall out but other than that it's great for the money.
MARCINE T on Jul 29, 2015