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Pressure Washer £30.00 at B&Q + 2 year warranty

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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
Homelite HPW80E 80 BAR Pressure Washer - on offer - £30 (was £69.98)

Suitable For: Frequent use

Brand: Homelite

Warranty/guarantee: Warranty

Warranty/guarantee details: 2 years

Model No.: HPW80E

Electric/Petrol: Electric

Material: Plastic, Metal

Size : Middle

Pressure Rating (Max/Running): 100

Category: Pressure Washers & Sprayers

Safety Cut Out: No

Water Flow (L/H): 360

Pressure Gauge (Y/N): No

Max Pressure Rating (BAR Pressure): 80

Category: Frequent Use Pressure Washers
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#2
This looks like it is a rebadged Ryobi washer......

http://www.worldofpower.co.uk//Gallery/product/RYRPW120EPopup.jpg

Just that the Ryobi is 120 Bar, so may be made by the same manufactrer for different companies.
#3
M T Pockets
This looks like it is a rebadged Ryobi washer......

http://www.worldofpower.co.uk//Gallery/product/RYRPW120EPopup.jpg


A bargain if it is :thumbsup:


well spotted! :thumbsup:
banned#4
tempted but had weak pressure washers in the past and they're pretty poor at cleaning patios etc. Ok for washing the car I suppose.
#5
washing the car? whats that? lol
#6
Can anyone advise what type of pressure is suitable for patios and the like?
#7
DiscoRhino
Can anyone advise what type of pressure is suitable for patios and the like?


yeah i would like that info as well please thanks.
#8
got one today works good and a good price
#9
HANDEE
got one today works good and a good price


what the pipe work like is it wrap around the unit for easy storage or pain in the arse that wont coil up
#10
Just to add to the questions - did it come with many different hose attachments or brushes?
#11
1 More ? please, what is it like cleaning the patio brings/slabs ?
#12
DiscoRhino
Can anyone advise what type of pressure is suitable for patios and the like?


Sticking my neck out i would say for a decent clean anything above 100 bar should do it.I have a 110 bar Karcher and always takes the dirt off the patio slabs well (Using a dirtblaster nozzle).
#13
DiscoRhino
Can anyone advise what type of pressure is suitable for patios and the like?


110/120 bar and a minimum 1800 watt motor
#14
a wee tip here ! at the end of the summer and you are putting the washer away in your hut/garage for the winter be sure to drain the hose ! i got caught this year and my lance is now knackered so i would be as well just going for a new machine
#15
baz2003uk
what the pipe work like is it wrap around the unit for easy storage or pain in the arse that wont coil up

(pain in the arse type)
#16
@ Jonbhoy

Thanks. My house has awful cheap exterior paint that gets green from living next to the sea.

Thanks to OP, heat added. Patios or not, it's still a cracking deal.
banned#17
DiscoRhino;8449186
Can anyone advise what type of pressure is suitable for patios and the like?

this would do the job but just take 3 times as long as say a 120 bar one. Get a decent one if that is going to be its main use.

the ryobi website states their 120 bar washer output 360L which is the same as this 80 bar one so quite confusing as to how good this one is.
#18
This may seem like a stupid question but do pressure washers need outside taps or can they be routed to an inside tap?

Thanks

Samuel
#19
dangermoose5
This may seem like a stupid question but do pressure washers need outside taps or can they be routed to an inside tap?

Thanks

Samuel



You can hook they up inside using an adaptor

Ebay: 220587929383
#20
Ahh the same part which doesn't fit any of our taps, cheers anyway.
#21
You can get different ones thats just an example i found
#22
jut wondering if this is worth getting, can't find any reviews or info on it
#23
Excellent price but don't expect to do much with it. I've had lots of pressure washers over the years (they fail faster than any other electrical implement), including Karcher. Unless you go for something big you'll just end up frustrated with it, especially on something like a large area of patio or path.

Re car washing, fine for taking off mud, cleaning wheelarches, etc. but if it's powerful enough to really remove traffic film it's also powerful enough to remove badges, trim, etc. They also advise against direct use on tyres as it can compromise them. Yes, those high pressure hoses are a pain in the rear too. Frankly, if you've got a car you care about and decent mains water pressure a bucket and sponge with hose to rinse is better.

To repeat earlier advice - don't store anywhere subject to frost. Any water left inside will freeze and wreck it.
#24
Awful weak

I picked up a 100 bar washer from b&q for only £10 a while ago, and thats reasonable for washing the car. Any slabs, decking or stone walls require 120+ in my opinion
#25
[QUOTE=Besford]Frankly, if you've got a car you care about and decent mains water pressure a bucket and sponge with hose to rinse is better.QUOTE]

Indeed, spend your money on some good car care products and next time you wash you wont need pressure
#26
gherkingHUD
@ Jonbhoy

Thanks. My house has awful cheap exterior paint that gets green from living next to the sea.

Thanks to OP, heat added. Patios or not, it's still a cracking deal.


Just use with a little caution on paint mate.Might still seem a lower pressure than a decent say 100-120 bar machine but might still rip off some paint.Just a little warning.
#27
Got my local that has stock to check the price and its £48.98 on the system, they said it might of only been that price last week.
#28
Still showing as £30 online for reserve and collect. Was marked as £70 on the shelf in my local, but still scanned through as £30.

Picked one up yesterday. Quite impressed. It is very small, lightweight and easy to manoeuvre. It is powerful enough to do patios, but it is a case of getting the balance between power and the spread of the spray. When set to the most concentrated jet, it is very pinpoint and would take hours to do one brick. Widen the spray a bit and you can get a reasonable balance between cleaning power and spread.

For £30 I am very pleased with it.
banned#29
Godspeed;8466730
Got my local that has stock to check the price and its £48.98 on the system, they said it might of only been that price last week.

reserve it online and pick up from a local store - its still £30

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