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Karcher K2 Home Pressure Washer £50.00 Morrisons

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Dropped the price in Morrison to clear by the looks of it. RRP is well over £100! Read More
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1 Like #1
is it national deal ?
1 Like #2
Are these strong enough to clean down patio flagstones?
#3
It's instore only. My local still has a few but I imagine at that price some stores may have sold out??
#4
This is also available from B&Q for £48. But based upon the pictures, looks like you get more accessories with the Morrisons one.

http://www.diy.com/departments/karcher-k2-compact-pressure-washer-110-bar/827601_BQ.prd
1 Like #5
The one in B&Q is a compact machine, the one in Morrison's looks a bit sturdier. Also you don't get the patio tool which saves so much time!
9 Likes #6
RFC1795
Are these strong enough to clean down patio flagstones?

Should do no problem using the dirtblaster lance. My ageing Karcher 520M does the job great and is only a little more powerful than this one. You'll have to get close for tough spots.

Nothing more satisfying than pressure washing a patio. I need to get out more.
1 Like #7
Same one at B&Q is £98
#8
I've got one of these, paid the same price for a refurb direct from Karcher last year. excellent price for a brand new one.
3 Likes #9
The price is good but karcher pressure washers do not last,I know this from personal experience,the pumps are plastic and fail/start to leak very quickly,they are all show and not much go.

Better off buying a nilfisk,they don't look as pretty as a karcher but they last !
2 Likes #10
£5 more for a Nilfisk with a metal pump and the same watt: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nilfisk-Compact-Pressure-Washer-Cleaner/dp/B00AZKE2HC/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1472556571&sr=8-7&keywords=nilfisk

Both are budget washers at this price (and inflated RRPs), but the Nilfisk is much better. I had to replace my Karcher twice due to cracked plastic pump heads. Can find loads of others on HUKD with the same issue and a quick Google search will show it up too.

Don't think this is a good deal I'm afraid.
2 Likes #11
nomnomnomnom
£5 more for a Nilfisk with a metal pump and the same watt: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nilfisk-Compact-Pressure-Washer-Cleaner/dp/B00AZKE2HC/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1472556571&sr=8-7&keywords=nilfisk
Both are budget washers at this price (and inflated RRPs), but the Nilfisk is much better. I had to replace my Karcher twice due to cracked plastic pump heads. Can find loads of others on HUKD with the same issue and a quick Google search will show it up too.
Don't think this is a good deal I'm afraid.

Great minds and all that ;)
#12
I bought one of these from the refurb shop two years ago. It's still going strong and it's had a fair bit of use. Mine came with with a vario lance, dirtblaster lance and patio cleaner.

The dirtblaster lance has a design fault that means you have to strip it down and "adjust it's innards" from time to time which is not that difficult and only takes 2 min's but it can be annoying.

It would be a bargain at this price if it wasn't for the Nilfisk above and the problems with the dirtblaster lance.
1 Like #13
I've had the K2 for years and no problems whatsoever. You do have to use the Lance which is slower for really dirty paving slabs.
#14
repouk
I bought one of these from the refurb shop two years ago. It's still going strong and it's had a fair bit of use. Mine came with with a vario lance, dirtblaster lance and patio cleaner.
The dirtblaster lance has a design fault that means you have to strip it down and "adjust it's innards" from time to time which is not that difficult and only takes 2 min's but it can be annoying.
It would be a bargain at this price if it wasn't for the Nilfisk above and the problems with the dirtblaster lance.
My Karcher's lance often refuses to spray in a cone shape and instead just produces a small single stream going off to one side. If I bang it hard on the ground that will often start the cone spray working again. Is that the kind of fault you're referring to?
#15
been to 2 superstores both said this was an old deal that was 3 weeks ago.. kind of knew it was going to be a waste but meh
1 Like #16
dwl99
repouk
I bought one of these from the refurb shop two years ago. It's still going strong and it's had a fair bit of use. Mine came with with a vario lance, dirtblaster lance and patio cleaner.
The dirtblaster lance has a design fault that means you have to strip it down and "adjust it's innards" from time to time which is not that difficult and only takes 2 min's but it can be annoying.
It would be a bargain at this price if it wasn't for the Nilfisk above and the problems with the dirtblaster lance.
My Karcher's lance often refuses to spray in a cone shape and instead just produces a small single stream going off to one side. If I bang it hard on the ground that will often start the cone spray working again. Is that the kind of fault you're referring to?
That's the one.

Take the cone head off the lance. Put the black washer to one side. Take the orange thing out. Take the white thing out. Make sure the hole in the metal part of the white thing is clear and bang it deeper into the white thing. Reassemble the head. Put the washer on the lance shaft, reattach the head. You should now have a working dirtblaster again :{
#17
yoyo59
been to 2 superstores both said this was an old deal that was 3 weeks ago.. kind of knew it was going to be a waste but meh
It's still online so must be a few still out there. Perhaps a call round to a couple more stores??
#18
I got one of these on sale from amazon. It's came I handy washing the motorbike and bicycle. It will clean down your yard and that but I would worry about using it for long periods. We get a petrol one in to do the whole yard once a year but this will do bits ok but I wouldn't try to push it too hard.

I'd say it would be grand for washing the car too though I haven't tried it as the car is at front of house and have to run hose thru the house :(

I wouldn't expect this to do big jobs but is really good and handy for small jobs ;)
#19
There was a k2 here the other day for £48
This seems to be the price of these at the mo!
#20
Biggunspaul
The price is good but karcher pressure washers do not last,I know this from personal experience,the pumps are plastic and fail/start to leak very quickly,they are all show and not much go.
Better off buying a nilfisk,they don't look as pretty as a karcher but they last !
Yep me too, my Karcher split along the pump unit, common problem with the K2 model, now using Nilfisk, will see how long it lasts !
#21
I picked up one for £32 in Tesco in a New Year sale, just the K2 none of the atatchements. Figured if it lasted a year that would be pretty good. That was in 2015 and its still going fine.

It actually been very good, plenty powerful enough for cleaning slabs using the lance (messy) and works fine on the car.

Wouldn't pay £50 for one with the bits though.

Edited By: Aspman77 on Aug 30, 2016 16:32
#22
I think Karcher are a bit hit-or -miss. Been a hit for me though. I've had mine since Tesco were giving them away free with their car insurance (think that'll be about 8 or 9 years ago now) and it's in weekly use all through the spring, summer and autumn months (patio cleaning, blasting the mud off the mx bike etc.). But with what I'm reading here I'm not sure if I'd get another or not when this one eventually dies on me.
1 Like #23
repouk
That's the one.
Take the cone head off the lance. Put the black washer to one side. Take the orange thing out. Take the white thing out. Make sure the hole in the metal part of the white thing is clear and bang it deeper into the white thing. Reassemble the head. Put the washer on the lance shaft, reattach the head. You should now have a working dirtblaster again :{

Or just bang it hard on the ground.. X)

P.s - Your job isn't writing assembly instructions for flat pack furniture is it? :D

Edited By: Godspeed on Aug 30, 2016 17:11: MFI
#24
no stock in all 10 stores i rang across the Midlands.
1 Like #25
Godspeed
repouk
That's the one.
Take the cone head off the lance. Put the black washer to one side. Take the orange thing out. Take the white thing out. Make sure the hole in the metal part of the white thing is clear and bang it deeper into the white thing. Reassemble the head. Put the washer on the lance shaft, reattach the head. You should now have a working dirtblaster again :{
Or just bang it hard on the ground.. X)
P.s - Your job isn't writing assembly instructions for flat pack furniture is it? :D
lol, that only works on some of the faulty lances and even then not always for long. This happened to the one that came with my washer so Karcher sent me a replacement; which did exactly the same thing so I decided to look for a better fix.

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#26
nomnomnomnom
£5 more for a Nilfisk with a metal pump and the same watt: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nilfisk-Compact-Pressure-Washer-Cleaner/dp/B00AZKE2HC/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1472556571&sr=8-7&keywords=nilfisk
Both are budget washers at this price (and inflated RRPs), but the Nilfisk is much better. I had to replace my Karcher twice due to cracked plastic pump heads. Can find loads of others on HUKD with the same issue and a quick Google search will show it up too.
Don't think this is a good deal I'm afraid.

Anyone thinking of buying a this deal should listen to this advice and buy the nilfisk posted above instead.

It took me 4 broken karchers (including two k4's) to take notice of people's advice to buy a nilfisk,I wish I had taken on board the advice sooner.
#27
nomnomnomnom
£5 more for a Nilfisk with a metal pump and the same watt: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nilfisk-Compact-Pressure-Washer-Cleaner/dp/B00AZKE2HC/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1472556571&sr=8-7&keywords=nilfisk

Both are budget washers at this price (and inflated RRPs), but the Nilfisk is much better. I had to replace my Karcher twice due to cracked plastic pump heads. Can find loads of others on HUKD with the same issue and a quick Google search will show it up too.

Don't think this is a good deal I'm afraid.


I have (or had) the linked pressure washer and I suspect my review is still on amazon for it.

Great to begin with and then died in a cloud of smoke after about ten hours max use. This was a month beyond warranty too which was irritating

Would not recommend nilfisk based on my experience.
#28
Has anyone used a vax 2500w pressure washer? http://www.vax.co.uk/powerwash-3-complete?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20160829_AugBankHoliday_PW_Reminder&utm_source=Vax&utm_content=Main+Image

180 bar for £80 with wash100 code
For some reason it wont let me add to basket though
#29
dunc360
nomnomnomnom
£5 more for a Nilfisk with a metal pump and the same watt: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nilfisk-Compact-Pressure-Washer-Cleaner/dp/B00AZKE2HC/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1472556571&sr=8-7&keywords=nilfisk
Both are budget washers at this price (and inflated RRPs), but the Nilfisk is much better. I had to replace my Karcher twice due to cracked plastic pump heads. Can find loads of others on HUKD with the same issue and a quick Google search will show it up too.
Don't think this is a good deal I'm afraid.
I have (or had) the linked pressure washer and I suspect my review is still on amazon for it.
Great to begin with and then died in a cloud of smoke after about ten hours max use. This was a month beyond warranty too which was irritating
Would not recommend nilfisk based on my experience.

If it only had ten hours use within the confidence of a two year warranty then you obviously did not use it very much and it must have had an inherent fault from manufacture.

I cannot comment personally on the quality (or lack of) with Nilfisk as I do not own one, but to be honest a negative review like the one by yourself would be one I gloss over as insubstantial.

Edited By: cicobuff on Aug 30, 2016 23:20
1 Like #30
A low quality plastic valved piece of junk.....and that's being nice about it.
#31
hashemcom007
Has anyone used a vax 2500w pressure washer? http://www.vax.co.uk/powerwash-3-complete?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20160829_AugBankHoliday_PW_Reminder&utm_source=Vax&utm_content=Main+Image
180 bar for £80 with wash100 code
For some reason it wont let me add to basket though

It added to my basket after a while, but the code didnt work
#32
If you can't get one for £50 get the Nilfisk for a little bit more .you won'r be disappointed
#33
Probably worth the money just for the spare parts :)
#34
Oh yh sorry i just read the email said expired on monday. But it has been this price before and never got any hype. Are vax pressure washers bad quality?
#35
I got this one for £58 from B&Q before start of summer but it was £48 in Argos at that time. Worth for cars and small patios/porch.
#36
There are 7 left for £29.99 refurbs on karcher outlet I got one just... £6.95 delivery...
#37
Thanks for this! Picked one up today from Guiseley store (near Leeds). There were 6 left at 1pm today. You'll have to ask cos they're in the warehouse. Also picked up a 5l tub of detergent for £5 (rrp £20) but that was last one. Also got 10% off with colleague discount card, so absolute steal!8)
#38
Picked one up in Guiseley to replace my ~20 year old Karcher. Thanks OP.

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