sealey pc2950 pressure washer - powerful 130BAR £89.10 @ lawson-his.co.uk rrp over £200 - HotUKDeals
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bought this a few weeks ago for £100 delivered after my 'bargain' wickes washer failed (withing about 20 mins use). The 130bar power and it takes water up to 50degrees, means i can give things a thorough hot wash.

used it a few times now and been really impressed with the quality so i thought i would share.

it is ex display, but never used, mine didnt have a mark on it (though wasnt in the original box, just plenty of bubble wrap

hope it helps someone, im pretty happy :)
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#1
They have 1 ex display to clear !!

# Clearance Item: Just 1 to clear.
# CLEARANCE ITEM - EX DISPLAY. NEW, UNUSED, IN MANUFACTURER'S ORIGINAL PACKAGING. FROM OUR SHOP DISPLAY.



Edited By: molerat on Mar 16, 2011 08:23
#2
New clearance item (26 of) for £9.95 extra at the same place .... here.
£101.04 delivered doesn't seem too bad for this kit comparatively speaking.


Edited By: BargainMad on Mar 16, 2011 08:54
#3
"it takes water up to 50degrees, means i can give things a thorough hot wash"

Out of interest, how do you supply it with preheated water at 50 degrees? From a hot water tap maybe?

Just curious, as I wouldn't mind a bit of 'heated cleaning' myself.
#4
If you have a Combi boiler you can adjust the hot water temp to below 50 degrees.

you can put a splitter on a washing machine hot water feed, but I've got a hot water tap outside which I hook into
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If you have a Combi boiler you can adjust the hot water temp to below 50 degrees.

you can put a splitter on a washing machine hot water feed, but I've got a hot water tap outside which I hook into
I am not sure a combi would be able to provide 50 degC water at the flowrate of this item, or that its pump would like it very much.

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