Aldi Workzone Compact 1400W Pressure Washer £39.99 + FREE DELIV. Available to pre-order today
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Aldi Workzone Compact 1400W Pressure Washer £39.99 + FREE DELIV. Available to pre-order today

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Found 22nd Jun
This looks ok for the money and cheaper than some other more well known brands.
Product Details -
Brand: Workzone
Cable Length: 5m
Dimensions: Approx. 290 x 260 x 485mm
Hose Length: 5m (PVC)
Material: Plastic Housing
Power: 1400W
Product Type: Garden Maintenance
Summer is the perfect time to jet wash the patios, decking, cars, pipes and walls. If it's affordable power cleaning you're after, then this 1400W pressure washer is just what you're looking for.

Contents

•1 x Spray Gun
•1 x 5m Cable
•1 x Short Handle
•1 x HPC Connector
•1 x 5m HP hose
•2 x Wheels
•1 x Soap Bottle
•1 x Cleaning Pin
•1 x Lance
•Cable Tidy
•On board storage

Features

•Brush Motor
•Working Pressure: 70 bar
•Max. Pressure: 105 bar
•Flow Rate: 372 l/h
•Hose connector system
•92dB sound power level
•Integrated fine water filter

Safety Warning

Not suitable for connection to the portable water mains. Use a backflow prevention device.

Top comments

danflorin3

What should I buy for washing a car..?



​An Eastern European..... plenty around !
26 Comments

Working Pressure: 70 bar



Waste of time..

hot

At 70psi it'd be grand for cleaning your car but I wouldn't expect great results on pavement or patio either and 92dB I'm sure it's pretty loud. Cheap enough but worth shopping around online.

Ermm that's a different model so not relevant - I'll repeat what I've already said, this will struggle to remove anything but the newest marks from a patio and any decent pressure washer shouldn't be used on a car. This is a toy.

For the price it'll go hot!!!!

Just to add, comes with the standard Aldi 3 year warranty so I believe. Heat

With this pressure usless thing

Wtf is a backflow prevention device?

What should I buy for washing a car..?

Are people confusing bar with psi? It's not 70 psi, it's 70 bar!

I don't have decking and I've never washed my patio, walls, pipes or car.

The rain does a good enough job.

ebble

I don't have decking and I've never washed my patio, walls, pipes or … I don't have decking and I've never washed my patio, walls, pipes or car.The rain does a good enough job.


do you hoover your carpets?

Bilbo1968

Ermm that's a different model so not relevant - I'll repeat what I've … Ermm that's a different model so not relevant - I'll repeat what I've already said, this will struggle to remove anything but the newest marks from a patio and any decent pressure washer shouldn't be used on a car. This is a toy.


Any decent pressure washer shouldn't be used on a car? X)

I have a Karcher K5 which is 145 bar and it is perfectly fine on the car. As long as you aren't using the rotating 'cone' (dirtblaster)lance and you use the vario lance which gives a fan jet then there is no risk of damage to your car.

Car valeters/detailers use much more powerful machines such as Kranzle. It is all down to the lance you use. You should never use the direct jet dirt blasting nozzles on a car.

It's 30 bar less powerful than the Homebase one. Hope this helps.

This is 70 BAR,which is about 1000 psi.

danflorin32 h, 13 m ago

What should I buy for washing a car..?


A car & something to wash it with

very helpful grass snake shut up or i'll set my Mongoose on you
would 100 be ok for doing a patio?

danflorin3

What should I buy for washing a car..?



​An Eastern European..... plenty around !

whereangelsplay

how does this compare to this 100 bar from … how does this compare to this 100 bar from homebasehttp://www.homebase.co.uk/en/homebaseuk/ozito-1300w-1450psi-pressure-washer-415209


The homebase one is more powerful and has the patio cleaning attachment that the Aldi one lacks.

willyzippy89

Wtf is a backflow prevention device?


A device for preventing backflow.

All outside taps used to connect hoses to should have them anyway but it's to prevent contaminated water from your device syphoning back into the public water main.








I think.

Also, I'm wondering if that should say potable rather than portable in the Aldi ad.
Edited by: "Gordinho" 22nd Jun

Aldi used to do a cracking power washer which had an on board detergent tank. I borrowed my dad's and was really impressed so bought myself a nilfisk. It didn't have the onboard detergent tank but being a nilfisk it's going to be better right. Wrong. It's rubbish. It's the 110 bar model but crap in comparison to the unbranded Aldi one from about 5 years ago. The nilfisk will soon be ditched for one that actually has power. The nilfisk is about half the weight so possibly has. Plastic pump.

tony211166

​An Eastern European..... plenty around !



​so funny...

tony211166

​An Eastern European..... plenty around !



​Better than be on benefits, drunk and lazy

Purchased today as worth a whirl for £40 and have to say it does the job just fine.Live by a river so get lots of green algae on my guttering and took it off just fine.Also washed the my yard and cleaned it perfectly well.Car also done and had no issues.In all I don't see what everyone getting upset about it costs £39.99 with a 3 year warranty and does what it's sipped to do.All I can say if you like a yellow brand then just pay over the odds and enjoy and for those who want to try it just buy it it's perfect so heat from me.

Bilbo196822nd Jun

Ermm that's a different model so not relevant - I'll repeat what I've …Ermm that's a different model so not relevant - I'll repeat what I've already said, this will struggle to remove anything but the newest marks from a patio and any decent pressure washer shouldn't be used on a car. This is a toy.

​How wrong you are.Removed all the dirt from mine perfectly fine.
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