Most provinces and territories have a law that all goods have an "implied warranty", that includes durability. Unless the hose said "single use" or "disposable", it should not fall apart after 30 minutes.
Something you might want to look into, if you get careless and buy their crap again.
It seems Crappy Tire knows it's not worth our while to sue them over small items. There ought to be a "very small claims court" where it costs $10 to file a suit, and the maximum amount you can sue for is $500. The Crappy People would stop selling as much crap, I bet, if they kept having to show up every couple of days.
Of coures, avoiding them entirely is the best idea.
There are several reports on this site of people suing for refunds on some of the bigger items, like treadmills, when those products were defective.
They've all reported Crappy Tire settling out of court with a refund.
Threatening to sue didn't seem to work - they have to actually file the papers.
But when they did, Crappy caved.
Interesting - maybe the Crappy People knew they were going to lose!