Parkside Pressure Washer 2100w £89.99 @ LIDL (3 Years Warranty) + Many More Household Cleaning Products (go to deal for more info) - HotUKDeals
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Perfect for cleaning vehicles, patios, facades, etc. with a powerful aluminium high-pressure pump unit
1.5L tank automatically mixes in detergent with water at low pressure
Lightweight with an integrated hose reel, accessory storage, carry handle and large wheels for high mobility and convenience
Includes standard Vario nozzle, turbo dirt blaster, rotating wash brush, nozzle cleaning needle, quick connector for garden hose adaptor and 6m high-pressure hose with kink-protection connector and 500ml bottle of detergent
2100 Watts
Specifications:
- Max. pressure (bar): 150
- Water flow (L/hr): 450
- Cable length (m): 5
3 year manufacturer's warranty
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banned#1
I was looking for one thanks
#2
Had the same model and had it replaced twice. When it worked it was great.
1 Like #3
gpcube
Had the same model and had it replaced twice. When it worked it was great.

Probably made by Karcher then!
#4
It's worth checking the length of the hose as this is an area where costs are cut.
#5
This one is definitely made by marcher.
#6
Was looking for a good pressure washer, bought the 100 bar Parkside before and it is not powerful enough, so 150 bar should do the trick, thanks!
#7
parsimony
It's worth checking the length of the hose as this is an area where costs are cut.

6m high-pressure hose
#8
i bought the last model - superb performance BUT not going to last years - hose crimps etc.....light use....car cleaning BUT NOT hrs of decking cleaning
#9
With a 3 year warranty you won't have to worry.
#10
anyone ever used one of these pressure washers to clear gutters? my gutters are very high but can be accessed through a top floor window
#11
Does anyone know if you can buy the driveway attachment for this one?
1 Like #12
Just want to say there warranty is excellent,I had one pack in last year and forgot about it then realised i had only 10 days warranty left.They sent a brand new one out with no hassle.
#13
Slightly off topic, but does anyone have experience of a decent pressure washer that runs off battery and has an integral tank, as I live in flats with no access to mains/hosepipe? I worked out my motorbike hasn't been washed for 19 months as a result!
#14
Sphere
parsimony
It's worth checking the length of the hose as this is an area where costs are cut.

6m high-pressure hose
That's what I suspected.
6m is short and typically doesn't let you get round your car without moving the washer.
I've just upgraded my hose to 15m
#15
Lidl are saying on facebook that the patio attachment will not be available in store if it isn't on the website. Past experience has shown different though.
#16
Normal operating pressure is 110 bar on this and the patio head is not in store.
#17
sy278
Normal operating pressure is 110 bar on this and the patio head is not in store.

How do you know this? (on the Lidl site it says 150 bar)
#18
Went instore to check
manzi
sy278
Normal operating pressure is 110 bar on this and the patio head is not in store.

How do you know this? (on the Lidl site it says 150 bar)

Went instore to check as the Lidl site actually says Max pressure is 150bar. Pressure washers NEVER run at max pressure as this is usually only achieved momentarly as it starts up. The actual box of the machine instore confirms that running pressure is 110bar.
#19
sy278
Went instore to check
manzi
sy278
Normal operating pressure is 110 bar on this and the patio head is not in store.

How do you know this? (on the Lidl site it says 150 bar)

Went instore to check as the Lidl site actually says Max pressure is 150bar. Pressure washers NEVER run at max pressure as this is usually only achieved momentarly as it starts up. The actual box of the machine instore confirms that running pressure is 110bar.

Thanks for clarifying that, was going to buy this but worried its too weak....will watch out for a more powerful one.

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