140Bar Pressure Washer 2100W - Wickes - £44.99
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140Bar Pressure Washer 2100W - Wickes - £44.99

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Found 5th Aug 2013
Was looking for a pressure washer (before it started raining!) and came across this in Wickes. Great power and compared to the Karcher i have been borrowing it is a lot better. Made by Loverwash so plenty of accessories available.

Not great stock levels so i presume it is to be discontinued.
sticker on the box says three year warranty.

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Great but..no stock!

Original Poster

definitely low stock, but when you search by town it also shows the nearest store to you WITH stock

Telford was showing two in stock but, when I got to store I was told they had been reserved. Deffo worth a call before going to store. Good price if you can get one.


Only 1 Left in Sunderland as of 16.26.....Be Quick and ring

WICKES
WESSINGTON NORTH IND. ESTATE
WESSINGTON WAY, SUNDERLAND
TYNE AND WEAR
SR5 3NU

Tel:0191 5160444

1 showing in High Wycombe, but when I went to get it the staff said it was faulty, so none left. Save yourself the trip... Good deal if you can get one though.

Original Poster

1 in Oldham and Macclesfield.

Worth ringing.....they say they cant reserve items but will generally hold an item for an hour or so to save a wasted journey.

Although it says 'Out of Stock' it still lets you do a stock check. There are 2 showing in Sutton Coldfield, Minworth.

I had a presure washer connected to mains tap..used a hell of a lot of water and were on a water meter. does this one have a filler tank so you can monitor its use ? couldnt tell from description. sounds great if it does

Original Poster

Doesn't have a water meter on it no. Not seen many that do really

Just to let you guys know that this item is available on line at the moment.

It will be £5 for next-day delivery, but go through Quidco for cashback.

I think the £5 is worth it for a brand new and complete item as I've wasted time phoning up stores to check/reserve!

Thanks OP!

Denbi

I had a presure washer connected to mains tap..used a hell of a lot of … I had a presure washer connected to mains tap..used a hell of a lot of water and were on a water meter. does this one have a filler tank so you can monitor its use ? couldnt tell from description. sounds great if it does



Really? Pressure washers use a LOT less water than an open tap.

I've never seen a pressure washer with a filler tank. Maybe your definition of a hell of a lot water is different to mine.

Agree with the Doctor. Try filling a bucket with a pressure washer and you'll find it will take an awful long time compared to a mains tap.

Found 3 place arround London with one each.
Ring before you go.

Wimbledon 1 9
Ealing 1 15.9
St Albans 1 28.9

Cheap accessories found by the OP here, see post #1
Edited by: "andynicol" 15th Aug 2013

macgyver

Found 3 place arround London with one each.Ring before you go.Wimbledon … Found 3 place arround London with one each.Ring before you go.Wimbledon 1 9 Ealing 1 15.9 St Albans 1 28.9



Already called ealing and st albans. one in ealing is damaged and so not for sell. st. albans say they dont stock this!

Ordered online yesterday and delivered today

Bought the pressure washer yesterday, delivered this morning, works great. The accessories I wanted were out of stock yesterday but back in. Stock today. Ordered them and they should be here tomorrow. Sorted!

Arrived this morning, Thanks op.

just ordered only 2 left as of NOW!!!!

Ordered one online today, it said item in stock, 16/08 with £5.95 delivery.

http://search.wickes.co.uk/search?w=pressure%20washer

Arrived today. Looks like a durable piece of kit. I'm a happy bunny....
Edited by: "tonygomm5" 21st Aug 2013

Back in stock, ordered this morning. Remember to add some of the £1.99 clearance accessories to qualify for the free postage over £45.

Anyone who has received it:

1) Is the 140 bar is adjustable?
2) does the paperwork confirm 3 year warranty?

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xyz123

Anyone who has received it: 1) Is the 140 bar is adjustable?2) does the … Anyone who has received it: 1) Is the 140 bar is adjustable?2) does the paperwork confirm 3 year warranty?ta



Yup got mine Friday - see the other thread

1) non adjustable - in fact only a on/off button
2) No box and instructions state 1 year warranty only

Mine is leaking from the gun hose connector - anyone else having this prob?

donerkebab

Yup got mine Friday - see the other thread 1) non adjustable - in fact … Yup got mine Friday - see the other thread 1) non adjustable - in fact only a on/off button2) No box and instructions state 1 year warranty onlyMine is leaking from the gun hose connector - anyone else having this prob?



Mine is leaking too. I'm going to try and wrap some PTFE tape around the inside and tighten up with pliers.

Hi all,

Got mine this morning, assembled and tested. I need to apply some PTFE tape to the connector that plugs into the lance. Anyway, I can't fathom out how the 15M extension hose attaches? Could someone point me the right direction please?

Thanks

donerkebab

Yup got mine Friday - see the other thread 1) non adjustable - in fact … Yup got mine Friday - see the other thread 1) non adjustable - in fact only a on/off button2) No box and instructions state 1 year warranty onlyMine is leaking from the gun hose connector - anyone else having this prob?



No box! Mine came yesterday in a proper retail box. But yes, box has 1-year warranty.

Wednesday 21 August. they are showing 'in stock' in the online store. I assembled mine this morning and fired it up. Excellent. The best £51 (inc. p+p) I've spent with my clothes on! No leaks, very powerful and assembly, while not 'easy' can be done in 30-mins or so with only a screwdriver and a pair of adjustable spanners (to fix adaptor to hose-end). One tip from me. There's a rectangular panel that gets fitted in 'step 1' of the instructions. Tip: leave it off. The panel reduces the access for the coiled hose - a generous 8-metres - and leaving it off gives more room to coil the hose when winding-up.
In use the unit is quieter than I was expecting.
Country of manufacture = Italy. I read that these are made by Lavorwash for Wickes. Lavorwash are a reputable brand, who make commercial equipment.

tonygomm5

No box! Mine came yesterday in a proper retail box. But yes, box has … No box! Mine came yesterday in a proper retail box. But yes, box has 1-year warranty.



Meant as box and instructions state only 1 year warranty not 3

tonygomm5

Wednesday 21 August. they are showing 'in stock' in the online store. I … Wednesday 21 August. they are showing 'in stock' in the online store. I assembled mine this morning and fired it up. Excellent. The best £51 (inc. p+p) I've spent with my clothes on! No leaks, very powerful and assembly, while not 'easy' can be done in 30-mins or so with only a screwdriver and a pair of adjustable spanners (to fix adaptor to hose-end). One tip from me. There's a rectangular panel that gets fitted in 'step 1' of the instructions. Tip: leave it off. The panel reduces the access for the coiled hose - a generous 8-metres - and leaving it off gives more room to coil the hose when winding-up. In use the unit is quieter than I was expecting. Country of manufacture = Italy. I read that these are made by Lavorwash for Wickes. Lavorwash are a reputable brand, who make commercial equipment.



Thanks pair of spanners sorted the leak out - anyone used the foaming lance?

Mine arrived today. Needed to use some spanners to fix the hose / connector properly. Once I found a suitable screwdriver, it didn't take long to build. Seems like a powerful machine, certainly packs a punch. I didn't pay for next day delivery, but it came with next day delivery. For £51, I'm very pleased with it.
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