Ryobi Rpw-2200C Petrol Pressure Washer £205 delivered @ Paysan (Min Offer + Saver 5 day delivery) - HotUKDeals
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I was looking for a good qulity petrol pressure washer for a while now, and this one was over 300 + delivery even on ebay. So I was quite pleased when Paysan accepted my offer for 205£ and quite chuffed when I found out it was free delivery (its 27 kg!)

Anyway, the normal price on Paysan is 249£, but when you make an offer for 205£ it accepts it (if it doesn't try increasing it with small increments) and gives a voucher code immediately, you then add the item to basket with the normal price, and use the voucher at checkout to get it for 205£.

I actually thought they would cancel my order, for this price, but I got a dispatch email today (I gave the order on thursday evening, but you can use next working day delivery)

Here is the spec:


The Ryobi RPW-2200C Petrol Pressure Washer is a compact machine powered by a 158cc Briggs & Stratton Q45 engine, with easy start. It has three changeable spray nozzles and a stainless steel spray wand with one-touch quick disconnect. The water flow rate is 456 litres per hour and the hose length is 7.62m.

* Pressure-2200psi
* 158cc Engine capacity
* 456 l/hr water flow rate
* 0.95 fuel tank capacity
* 7.6 metre hose length
* 27kg weight
* 152 Bar pressure
* Powerful Briggs & Stratton Q45 series engine with easy start
* Quick connect on hose & lance
* Stainless steel spray wand with one-touch quick-disconnect
* Retractable handle for easy movement
* Compact for easy storage
* 3 changeable spray nozzles
* 2 year manufacturers warranty
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#1
2200psi??

Thats a beast of a pressure washer, mind you dont give yourself an embolism!!

i'll give ya some heat, though for average joe i think its a bit OTT ;)

BFM
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lowest accepted bid is £200.61:thumbsup:
#3
Can anybody comment on this company. Not much info on yahoo other than that they also appear to trade as clearancebuys.co.uk.

Much appreciated

OP, why have you placed the pound sign after the value (if you don't mind me asking)......?
#4
heat added :thumbsup:
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great price but I don't like the engine they use in it. Done loads of repairs to these engines and similar and they are prone to using oil and on all that i've seen there in no low oil cut off switch. So keep an eye on the oil level. The carb is also a common thing to go wrong, either dirt getting in via the fuel causing the diaphragm to stick open or it gets a tiny pin hole in it causing it to cut out after only a few seconds running. It could also do with a better piston liner as these can wear out quickly (possibly due to the piston working in an horizontal motion). Any how good luck with it but I would sooner pay a bit more and have a Honda.
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marty-401
great price but I don't like the engine they use in it. Done loads of repairs to these engines and similar and they are prone to using oil and on all that i've seen there in no low oil cut off switch. So keep an eye on the oil level. The carb is also a common thing to go wrong, either dirt getting in via the fuel causing the diaphragm to stick open or it gets a tiny pin hole in it causing it to cut out after only a few seconds running. It could also do with a better piston liner as these can wear out quickly (possibly due to the piston working in an horizontal motion). Any how good luck with it but I would sooner pay a bit more and have a Honda.


That's pretty good advice! Thanks, i'll keep an eye on these and if it goes wrong, at least I know where to look.

As for the £ signal, its the habit I got while living abroad. (currency mark usually came after total)

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