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Karcher K2.87M Pressure Washer £40.37 @ Tesco direct

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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
This portable Karcher pressure washer has a 5m hose length and 1.4Kw of power. It has a maximum bar pressure of 100 and a water flow rate of 330 litres per hour. Ideal for blasting away dirt from cars, patios and garden furniture.

Free delivery to store, Quidco cashback
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#1
Does the free delivery sim card trick still work?
I notice they do not have tesco brand cards anymore with free delivery, could we buy a Vodaphone card with free delivery and then return it to store?
#2
I was looking at pressure washers about 3 months back and the cheapest I could find this on then was for around £60 at Robert Dyas. Ended up buying a Bosch, but this is a very good deal for a top brand product. Nice find :thumbsup:
#3
Have ordered but a wee bit disappointed in the included accessories eg no 'dirtblaster' lance. However, can't complain about the price + aunts staff discount and quidco!
#4
androo
Does the free delivery sim card trick still work?
I notice they do not have tesco brand cards anymore with free delivery, could we buy a Vodaphone card with free delivery and then return it to store?

No problem. As Tesco are not local, I have returned 4 on one occasion :oops:
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The machine isnt that good week power at best.
I road tested a more powerful version in the summer and was disapointed. As pointed out back then by some one the Lidles Lavor powerwasher is much superior, 2600w 130 bar, i have one of these and dint realsie how powerful or good they were, i have had mine for 8 years and its still going strong only cost about £129.99. I shall certainly look close at another one if Lidls do them this year.
#6
More power is good if you want to strip paint, this is a good deal at this price point I think.
#7
75becky19;4036168
The machine isnt that good week power at best.


Very true, also bought a Karcher with a max 100 bar came with, amongst other things, a free T-racer (circular patio cleaner) but was ineffective at cleaning the patio. Had to do the whole area with the dirtblaster lance.

Also, third time I use it the motor packed up (just over a year old too) so now on the hunt for another, more powerfull one.)

This should be ok for light use.

EDIT: that Lidl one does sound good, will be keeping an eye open for it, have lost faith in Karcher..
#8
Great find at this price :thumbsup:

For those interested in a more powerful Pressure washer, I picked up a Powercraft one from Aldi a few months back (which are actually manufactured by Karcher & rebranded as Powercraft)

For £79.99 it's more powerful than the similarly spec'd Karcher K5.80M branded pressure washer... which retails for around £200!

• 150 bar pressure
• 450 litre/hour water flow
• 2.1 kW long-life induction motor
• Produced by Karcher exclusively for Powercraft

They had them in for most of last year whenever I went in, although I haven't been for a few months but it might be worth checking if they still have them.
#9
DontRun
Great find at this price :thumbsup:

For those interested in a more powerful Pressure washer, I picked up a Powercraft one from Aldi a few months back (which are actually manufactured by Karcher & rebranded as Powercraft)

For £79.99 it's more powerful than the similarly spec'd Karcher K5.80M branded pressure washer... which retails for around £200!

• 150 bar pressure
• 450 litre/hour water flow
• 2.1 kW long-life induction motor
• Produced by Karcher exclusively for Powercraft

They had them in for most of last year whenever I went in, although I haven't been for a few months but it might be worth checking if they still have them.


We have had 2 of them from Aldi, both have broken quite quickly. The motor kind of revs/pulses immediately after releasing the trigger, when it should be sitting there silent, it's very annoyong.
So I have decided ..£40 and if it lasts the year I will be happy.
#10
androo
We have had 2 of them from Aldi, both have broken quite quickly. The motor kind of revs/pulses immediately after releasing the trigger, when it should be sitting there silent, it's very annoyong.
So I have decided ..£40 and if it lasts the year I will be happy.


Was that the Powercraft one or another model? Have had no problems with mine or heard of anyone else with problems and it's REALLY powerful!

It does come with a 3 year warranty so you should hae no problems getting a replacement if you experience any issues.
#11
androo
More power is good if you want to strip paint, this is a good deal at this price point I think.


Got to agree, people need to be aware that these things CAN be very dangerous to car bodywork, at best, used wrongly they will strip the wax, at worst they will take the paint off!!! (before anyone responds that this is rubbish Im talking about the people I see on a sunday morning with the lance 2" from the bodywork trying to get a stubborn bit of tar off!!:roll:)..
#12
DontRun
Was that the Powercraft one or another model? Have had no problems with mine or heard of anyone else with problems and it's REALLY powerful!

It does come with a 3 year warranty so you should hae no problems getting a replacement if you experience any issues.


True, however finding the recipt is the hard part!
#13
androo
More power is good if you want to strip paint, this is a good deal at this price point I think.


Absolutely right - why do people insist on writing pointless articles about different spec products! For the price this is an excellent products at an excellent price - if it doesn't meet one's need in terms of power then go buy a more expensive higher spec alternative :x
#14
Hot, but 5m hose too short for me.

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