Looking at the photos, I see things that make me even less interested than I was before. First, it looks like the woven cover has no waterproofing, so if it gets wet, it’s going to soak up water and probably will take a while to dry out after the hose contracts back to its collapsed length. Second, nothing is mentioned about the “adjustable nozzle” being removable, and in the photo there’s only a relatively small stream coming out. If that’s really what it does, it’s less than useful for filling something that you don’t want to carry to and/or from the faucet. But wait, the “stream” emanating from the end of the hose shown in that photo is coming from the wrong end of the hose; could they have photoshopped that flawless stream of water onto an image of someone just holding the end of an unpressurized hose, and they picked the wrong end because that’s where the logo is? Gosh, I can’t believe that anyone selling As Seen On TV merch would stoop to something like that! </sarcasm>
I will note that these hoses all rely on pressure to cause them to extend to their full length, so that if you take the nozzle off, there will be no back pressure to keep the hose extended, and it will reach no farther than its collapsed length - which is supposed to be really short, since that’s their Big Selling Point whose full implications they really do not want you to think about. So the fact that they don’t mention taking the nozzle off is hardly surprising.
It gets worse.
There are a number of reviews of expandable hoses on YouTube and elsewhere, and most of the ones that don’t look entirely staged are unanimous in finding that this kind of hose is pretty much crap for a variety of reasons. Many of them do not expand to anywhere near the claimed length, all of them warn that the hose needs to be disconnected and stored indoors when not in use, and loads of the reviews report that if the hose is left pressurized and sitting in the sun, it’s likely to fail in an hour or less. Some of them fail fairly quickly regardless of whether they’re in the sun. I couldn’t find a review of this specific version, but the fact that it’s not being sold on Amazon, it’s not in brick-and-mortar-retail packaging, there’s a strong correlation between “very compact when stored” and “very fragile when in use”, and the lack of any mention of taking the nozzle off to allow using both hoses together to make one that’s 50 feet long, has me pretty much convinced that this is a product whose best use is to anonymously leave it on the doorstep of somebody you really dislike.