Nilfisk C110 4-5 PC Xtra Compact High Pressure Washer with Patio Cleaner £65.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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#1
Bargain, I picked it up for a few quid more, it's great
#2
I think this was their deal of the day a while ago but I went to purchase it and it reached the limit.

Doesn't personally bother me but some **** person will soon vote cold because the photo used is actually of the higher model.
7 Likes #3
Cold, photo used is actually the higher model.
2 Likes #4
cold..just because of the wrong photo...this is called miss-selling!!;)
1 Like #5
Hot, great price for a great pressure washer. 2 year warranty as well! :)
1 Like #6
Lol just realised I said the same thing in my comment as the OP in their description inadvertently :p
#7
Been thinking of getting one of these for a couple of weeks but not sure which model to go for. Going to be mainly used for cleaning cars but the Compact Patio Cleaner included with this might be useful. Went to but the C120 from Maplin a week or so back but the price jumped up by £50......
1 Like #8
I would avoid any of these with plastic connectors for the pressure hose, bought one 2 years ago broke within 2 hours use, upgraded to the Centennial model with aluminium connector and its been flawless despite being used a lot and usually for hours non stop. Also can be bought for £70 from Homebase during their very frequent 15% off weekends.
1 Like #9
Buy this instead of a Karcher as reportedly the Nilfisk has a metal pump head and the Karcher pumps have plastic.

Great price, voted hot.
#10
#11
poopscoop
No patio cleaner?
1 Like #12
Far better than Kraper !!!
#13
liddlefeesh
Buy this instead of a Karcher as reportedly the Nilfisk has a metal pump head and the Karcher pumps have plastic.

Great price, voted hot.

Couldn't agree more. Never buy Karcher, only good for a couple of uses then scrapped. Have had a Nilfisk which has outlasted my last 3 Karchers, -the metal head helps though
#14
I have this and it works well. The connector to the body is metal the lance and nozzles are very strong.
Patio cleaner works well the casing for it is thin but this is just a splash cover.

It got stonework clean and this a great job on car alloys.

Used about 7 times for prolonged cleaning works well, seems well made compact - good design
#15
Much better quality and value for money than Karcher. My Karcher broke after 1 year, while the Nilfisk is going strong for the past 4 years.
#16
Cold - this is pretty underpowered to be honest. Spend a bit more. And get a decent one. Also the photo is if the wrong model.
#17
Bought, thanks OP.
#18
i have one, with the patio cleaning accessory, well worth the money. GO GET IT !!!
#19
nitro228
Cold - this is pretty underpowered to be honest. Spend a bit more. And get a decent one. Also the photo is if the wrong model.
nonsense
#20
I've had this very kit for a couple of years now, and it's an excellent unit, easily out performed the broken karcher it replaced, and an equally priced noname I had before that... Easily worth the money, you won't regret it☺
#21
ordered 2, thanks
#22
Although I voted hot I'm considering this as a better buy: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nilfisk-X-Tra-Accessory-Pressure-Washer/dp/B00AGD5IFI/ref=cm_cr_pr_sims_t

Higher pressure (120 v 110 bar) and it comes with rotary brush for car cleaning and a drain cleaner which make it look pretty good value for me - thoughts?
#23
RedSkywalker
Although I voted hot I'm considering this as a better buy: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nilfisk-X-Tra-Accessory-Pressure-Washer/dp/B00AGD5IFI/ref=cm_cr_pr_sims_t

Higher pressure (120 v 110 bar) and it comes with rotary brush for car cleaning and a drain cleaner which make it look pretty good value for me - thoughts?

Whilst it has a higher maximum pressure, the main thing to consider is it's operating pressure. Which in this case is 80 v 85 bar. This is the case for all pressure washers including Karcher. The extra accessories are a nice bonus - however I personally would not use the rotary brush on the car but I'm sure it would have other uses. For £100 I'd have a look at the Nilfisk Centennial (operating pressure of 100 bar and with accessories)- check out homebase or cleanstore.co.uk.

Hope this helps :)
#24
Criptop
RedSkywalker
Although I voted hot I'm considering this as a better buy: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nilfisk-X-Tra-Accessory-Pressure-Washer/dp/B00AGD5IFI/ref=cm_cr_pr_sims_t

Higher pressure (120 v 110 bar) and it comes with rotary brush for car cleaning and a drain cleaner which make it look pretty good value for me - thoughts?

Whilst it has a higher maximum pressure, the main thing to consider is it's operating pressure. Which in this case is 80 v 85 bar. This is the case for all pressure washers including Karcher. The extra accessories are a nice bonus - however I personally would not use the rotary brush on the car but I'm sure it would have other uses. For £100 I'd have a look at the Nilfisk Centennial (operating pressure of 100 bar and with accessories)- check out homebase or cleanstore.co.uk.

Hope this helps :)

Where can we find out what the normal operating pressure is?

I checked cleanstore.co.uk and it didn't note it, just the max pressure. Same on https://consumer.nilfisk.co.uk
1 Like #25
SomebodE
Criptop
RedSkywalker
Although I voted hot I'm considering this as a better buy: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nilfisk-X-Tra-Accessory-Pressure-Washer/dp/B00AGD5IFI/ref=cm_cr_pr_sims_t

Higher pressure (120 v 110 bar) and it comes with rotary brush for car cleaning and a drain cleaner which make it look pretty good value for me - thoughts?

Whilst it has a higher maximum pressure, the main thing to consider is it's operating pressure. Which in this case is 80 v 85 bar. This is the case for all pressure washers including Karcher. The extra accessories are a nice bonus - however I personally would not use the rotary brush on the car but I'm sure it would have other uses. For £100 I'd have a look at the Nilfisk Centennial (operating pressure of 100 bar and with accessories)- check out homebase or cleanstore.co.uk.

Hope this helps :)

Where can we find out what the normal operating pressure is?

I checked cleanstore.co.uk and it didn't note it, just the max pressure. Same on https://consumer.nilfisk.co.uk

Sometimes if you look up the manuals online it says the operating pressure. Thankfully on amazon there is a big table comparing all of the Nilfisk domestic models, just scroll down a bit :)
#26
Criptop
SomebodE
Criptop
RedSkywalker
Although I voted hot I'm considering this as a better buy: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nilfisk-X-Tra-Accessory-Pressure-Washer/dp/B00AGD5IFI/ref=cm_cr_pr_sims_t

Higher pressure (120 v 110 bar) and it comes with rotary brush for car cleaning and a drain cleaner which make it look pretty good value for me - thoughts?

Whilst it has a higher maximum pressure, the main thing to consider is it's operating pressure. Which in this case is 80 v 85 bar. This is the case for all pressure washers including Karcher. The extra accessories are a nice bonus - however I personally would not use the rotary brush on the car but I'm sure it would have other uses. For £100 I'd have a look at the Nilfisk Centennial (operating pressure of 100 bar and with accessories)- check out homebase or cleanstore.co.uk.

Hope this helps :)

Where can we find out what the normal operating pressure is?

I checked cleanstore.co.uk and it didn't note it, just the max pressure. Same on https://consumer.nilfisk.co.uk

Sometimes if you look up the manuals online it says the operating pressure. Thankfully on amazon there is a big table comparing all of the Nilfisk domestic models, just scroll down a bit :)

Duh! Thanks for pointing out my lack of effort :)
#27
can this be used with extras (not sure what) to some how make a snow foam washer?
#28
SomebodE
Criptop
SomebodE
Criptop
RedSkywalker
Although I voted hot I'm considering this as a better buy: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nilfisk-X-Tra-Accessory-Pressure-Washer/dp/B00AGD5IFI/ref=cm_cr_pr_sims_t

Higher pressure (120 v 110 bar) and it comes with rotary brush for car cleaning and a drain cleaner which make it look pretty good value for me - thoughts?

Whilst it has a higher maximum pressure, the main thing to consider is it's operating pressure. Which in this case is 80 v 85 bar. This is the case for all pressure washers including Karcher. The extra accessories are a nice bonus - however I personally would not use the rotary brush on the car but I'm sure it would have other uses. For £100 I'd have a look at the Nilfisk Centennial (operating pressure of 100 bar and with accessories)- check out homebase or cleanstore.co.uk.

Hope this helps :)

Where can we find out what the normal operating pressure is?

I checked cleanstore.co.uk and it didn't note it, just the max pressure. Same on https://consumer.nilfisk.co.uk

Sometimes if you look up the manuals online it says the operating pressure. Thankfully on amazon there is a big table comparing all of the Nilfisk domestic models, just scroll down a bit :)

Duh! Thanks for pointing out my lack of effort :)

No worries, hope you got sorted with the PW :) I contacted cleanstore.co.uk for the working pressure of the Nilfisk Centennial and E120 but they said that Nilfisk don't publish working/operating pressures - but it displays the compact range working pressures on amazon and I'm pretty sure there is a label on PWs giving the stats.. unfortunately the Centennial and E120 manuals don't say what they are :( Did you buy the PW in the end?
#29
great-deals
can this be used with extras (not sure what) to some how make a snow foam washer?

Videos of the foam bottle included with the PW in action don't look too bad regarding foam - but you can get a proper snow foam lance for 26 odd pounds on eBay
#30
#31
Doh! Fat fingered the cold button instead of hot! Can't seem to find where to change my vote!!
#32
shazzc
Doh! Fat fingered the cold button instead of hot! Can't seem to find where to change my vote!!
you cant
#33
Now £89.99

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