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PARKSIDE Pressure Washer £39.99 @ Lidl

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With 3 nozzle attachments: multifunctional Vario-jet, effective foam and powerful 360° Roto-Power
Quick-release connector for standard garden hose systems
With power-saving automatic start-stop system
Includes lance, 4m pressure hose with kink protection and nozzle cleaning needle
Flow volume max. (L/hr): 400
Pressure (bar): 100
Rated pressure (bar): 70
1450W
3 year manufacturer's warranty
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#1
How does this compare to the nilfisk washer that is usually on here, and I take it it is a patio cleaner they are talking about with the 360 rotopower
#2
Got to be better than the crappy plastic karchers
Nozzle always brake
Heat added
#3
Does anyone actually use one of these home pressure washer's (not just this one but any) Because when I watch a video of them, they don't look powerful at all! When you go to the jet wash, it nearly tares your arm off, and still it sometime's struggles to take dirt off your car. I can't see these been any good?
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j1mgg
How does this compare to the nilfisk washer that is usually on here, and I take it it is a patio cleaner they are talking about with the 360 rotopower

Nilfisk have aluminium pumps. Chances are this is a plastic pump (total guess, I'm just making assumptions).
The 360 roto power is an attachment that spins the jet, not a patio cleaner. Personally don't find it very useful.
#5
chemicalyinbalanced
Does anyone actually use one of these home pressure washer's (not just this one but any) Because when I watch a video of them, they don't look powerful at all! When you go to the jet wash, it nearly tares your arm off, and still it sometime's struggles to take dirt off your car. I can't see these been any good?

Hey chemicallyimbalanced... in my experience yep they can be good.. generally need to spray, soap and then spray again and it comes up a treat :)
#6
starkman
chemicalyinbalanced
Does anyone actually use one of these home pressure washer's (not just this one but any) Because when I watch a video of them, they don't look powerful at all! When you go to the jet wash, it nearly tares your arm off, and still it sometime's struggles to take dirt off your car. I can't see these been any good?

Hey chemicallyimbalanced... in my experience yep they can be good.. generally need to spray, soap and then spray again and it comes up a treat :)
Cheers, once I can get a hose pipe sorted I might get one :)
#7
chemicalyinbalanced
Does anyone actually use one of these home pressure washer's (not just this one but any) Because when I watch a video of them, they don't look powerful at all! When you go to the jet wash, it nearly tares your arm off, and still it sometime's struggles to take dirt off your car. I can't see these been any good?

I've not tried it on the car but the Nilfisk one has cleaned my paths a treat, cleared all the grit and cack off my tarmac drive, and cleared the flaking paint off a concrete outbuilding a treat (saved a lot of scraping). Was only planning to use it once then sell it (cheaper than hiring) but am impressed enough to keep it, having used it.

Don't know how this Lidl one compares.
#8
I got the slightly larger version of a Parkside PW last year, its excellent quality and works very well and is very powerful.
#9
chemicalyinbalanced
Does anyone actually use one of these home pressure washer's (not just this one but any) Because when I watch a video of them, they don't look powerful at all! When you go to the jet wash, it nearly tares your arm off, and still it sometime's struggles to take dirt off your car. I can't see these been any good?

I got one of the half-price Vaxs in the recent yard sale and (after a damaged one at first!) I've just tried it out on the garden furniture and it cleaned it all up a treat. Got rid of the stains on the fabric coverings and OH is very pleased - that's what counts!

Also found an old patio cleaner attachment fitted and that just needed a bit of maintenance before it would rotate (!), but then did a fair job on the stones.

Have still got to try the car cleaning attachments but I guess a brush as well as just a jet is the way to go.

Just one comment, I would imagine they hit the water bill if you have metered supply.
#10
in-store from today, I picked one up this morning in Whitton (about 5 left @8am)

Edited By: gommster on Jul 31, 2014 10:16
#11
Lots of these still avaliable in the morden lidl, bought one yesterday.
#12
Are they any good though, our is it a false economy?
#13
Where is there store near Airdrie. That sells the power washer
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coatbridge had them i got one on thur.

i used to use the nilfisk one and it was good but i prefer the lidl one as its smaller and about the same noise but you can change from pencil to spray on the one nossle and it takes up so little space

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