Bosch AQT 33-11 Pressure Washer 110 Bar was £68.00 now £36 @ B&Q  Free C & C
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Bosch AQT 33-11 Pressure Washer 110 Bar was £68.00 now £36 @ B&Q Free C & C

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Found 3rd Jul 2016
Bosch AQT 33-11 Pressure Washer 110 Bar £36 reduced from £68 @ B&Q
Free C & C , alternatively £5.00 delivery charge.
Good reviews on the B& Q Web site. £49.95 @ Amazon with a 2-4 week wait again good overall reviews for this machine. £69 @ John Lewis but you could try a price match with them if more convenient.

•Accessories included - Fixed-fan jet nozzle, high pressure detergent system, lance, gun
•Comes with - 5m high-pressure hose, fixed-fan jet nozzle, high pressure detergent system, lance, gun
•Movement capability - Lightweight and compact design
•Onboard accessory holders for neat and safe storage
•Compatible with all Bosch pressure washer accessories
•Compact and lightweight design make it easy to move around and store
•Ready to use straight out of the box thanks to the quick-connect SDS fittings
•Comes with an auto-stop system which delivers power only when needed
•Guarantee: 2 Year product guarantee which can be extended to 3 years if the product is registered with www. MyBosch-Tools.com with 28 days of purchase

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bought one last time out for the same price, compact unit fit for small tasks, bikes, windows, light duties etc, too small for driveways and cars

jaycuk

bought one last time out for the same price, compact unit fit for small … bought one last time out for the same price, compact unit fit for small tasks, bikes, windows, light duties etc, too small for driveways and cars


Got one of these especially for my car I like many detail their car using a snow foam pre wash so it's perfect. I have a more powerful pressure washer also but get it anywhere near a chip of paint on modern cars and it will strip the paint back further. If you can use a pressure washer ALONE to totally clean your car then you must have something rather special!! Pressure washers alone do not clean cars
Edited by: "hkphooey" 3rd Jul 2016

Only thing i will say pictures on the box suggest this could be used independently from the mains water supply, (ie: from a bucket etc) i did try it but this didn't work, unless i had not primed it properly. Might try it again now i have used it on the mains but highly doubt it.
Edited by: "hkphooey" 3rd Jul 2016

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hkphooey

Only thing i will say pictures on the box suggest this could be used … Only thing i will say pictures on the box suggest this could be used independently from the mains water supply, (ie: from a bucket etc) i did try it but this didn't work, unless i had not primed it properly. Might try it again now i have used it on the mains but highly doubt it.



Don't think any of the cheaper ones will feed from a bucket, I have a Karcher one that cost nearly £200 that does that, but a waste of time as the bucket is empty in no time .

goldy12

Don't think any of the cheaper ones will feed from a bucket, I have a … Don't think any of the cheaper ones will feed from a bucket, I have a Karcher one that cost nearly £200 that does that, but a waste of time as the bucket is empty in no time .



Yes true , didn't think it would to be fair ,but for giving a bike a quick wash and by using my extra large detailing buckets this would have been handy. Does give you the impression though on side of the box otherwise i wouldn't have tried it, so if people are looking on the box before hand thinking this is the case its maybe worth pointing out.
Edited by: "hkphooey" 3rd Jul 2016

hkphooey

Got one of these especially for my car I like many detail their car using … Got one of these especially for my car I like many detail their car using a snow foam pre wash so it's perfect. I have a more powerful pressure washer also but get it anywhere near a chip of paint on modern cars and it will strip the paint back further. If you can use a pressure washer ALONE to totally clean your car then you must have something rather special!! Pressure washers alone do not clean cars



You can certainly have too much pressure, my father once told me while he was working at a marina, his boss's son managed to strip a load of paint off his new car by using their commercial pressure washer to try to clean it. The thing was normally used to strip barnacles and anti-fouling off hulls

I'd be wary about using the highest pressure diy ones on a car in case blasting the dirt and grit stuck to the car around causes scratches to the paintwork.

Edited by: "melted" 3rd Jul 2016

I purchased one of these a couple of months ago when B&Q were selling them for £30.It struggled to prise out tiny weeds between slabs.I took it back and got a refund.
Should be ok for car and bike washing.

hkphooey

Only thing i will say pictures on the box suggest this could be used … Only thing i will say pictures on the box suggest this could be used independently from the mains water supply, (ie: from a bucket etc) i did try it but this didn't work, unless i had not primed it properly. Might try it again now i have used it on the mains but highly doubt it.




Yeah your supposed to attach it to a water butt or such a bucket will last you about 10 seconds.

forknknife

I purchased one of these a couple of months ago when B&Q were selling … I purchased one of these a couple of months ago when B&Q were selling them for £30.It struggled to prise out tiny weeds between slabs.I took it back and got a refund.Should be ok for car and bike washing.


Other lance's like the Bosch Roto Lance make a big difference if they are compatible, i have this lance on my other more powerful Bosc and its 20 time more effective than the standard fan lance.

Water good deal

spenspuma

Water good deal



http://i.imgur.com/URdCT3q.gif

jaycuk

bought one last time out for the same price, compact unit fit for small … bought one last time out for the same price, compact unit fit for small tasks, bikes, windows, light duties etc, too small for driveways and cars



Are you trying to flense you car down to the metal! I only use my pressure washer on the car when it's at its most diffuse, or if I'm trying to clean the wheels. You don't need a powerful washer for your car. That's silly.

thekanester

Are you trying to flense you car down to the metal! I only use my … Are you trying to flense you car down to the metal! I only use my pressure washer on the car when it's at its most diffuse, or if I'm trying to clean the wheels. You don't need a powerful washer for your car. That's silly.


Too right. Why on earth would you risk using a pressure washer on a car when a decent hose jet will do the job just as well but without the risk of stripping away paintwork?

Any idea if this will function from a water butt apart from the water tap ?

Rabbit72

Any idea if this will function from a water butt apart from the water tap … Any idea if this will function from a water butt apart from the water tap ?



​yep.just checked mine

Bought this today, priced on shelf as £47 but scanned at £36. Just done half the garden with it, stripped away the grime on the concrete really well. It did take a little longer than my last one as I had to hold it closer to the ground in order for the pressure to be substantial enough to remove the grime. But great deal at this price. Thanks OP!
Edited by: "petermcgregor14" 3rd Jul 2016

youtu.be/b5J…lpA
....for priming mode they say to fill the hose with water before use. I got the washer for 30£, its compact, light and does the basic jobs. I say its worth it. Also 2 year warranty

Used mine the other day from a water butt, works good enough

bought last time It was on offer.
more than enough to clean cars. I don't understand how people want more powerful pressure washers for cars. It will only strip the paint away.

Bought and used this today. IMO far better than the Karcher it's replacing

very short lance hose.

dont want to knock the original deal as, for the money, you can't go too far wrong.... but I thought this was a good deal.

I'm done with posting deals on this site but if anyone wants to then please feel free

karcheroutlet.co.uk/pro…AyA

iamprobably

dont want to knock the original deal as, for the money, you can't go too … dont want to knock the original deal as, for the money, you can't go too far wrong.... but I thought this was a good deal.I'm done with posting deals on this site but if anyone wants to then please feel free http://www.karcheroutlet.co.uk/products/Product.asp?ID=5643&?utm_source=googlebase&utm_medium=comparsionshopping&gclid=CMiSpKnm180CFckV0wodD0MAyA



Interesting mate. Whats the reason there?

Hissy fit or a post brexit political stance?

iamprobably

dont want to knock the original deal as, for the money, you can't go too … dont want to knock the original deal as, for the money, you can't go too far wrong.... but I thought this was a good deal.I'm done with posting deals on this site but if anyone wants to then please feel free http://www.karcheroutlet.co.uk/products/Product.asp?ID=5643&?utm_source=googlebase&utm_medium=comparsionshopping&gclid=CMiSpKnm180CFckV0wodD0MAyA



The idea looks interesting but over complex and asking to go wrong, the lance and hose ( which will have the electrical cable attached unless it wireless communicates to the washer ) will only be available from karcher and cost a small fortune, plus lances and hoses get thrown around and generally have a hard life.

glenn13

very short lance hose.



It's what you do with it that counts. Or so I've been told...

Does anyone know if I could use my old karcher fittings with this ?
The lance and deck attachment.

Ed Winchester

Interesting mate. Whats the reason there? Hissy fit or a post brexit … Interesting mate. Whats the reason there? Hissy fit or a post brexit political stance?



Yeah - hissy fit... Toys everywhere!

Great find! heat added thanks

iamprobably

Yeah - hissy fit... Toys everywhere!



Not just sick of having to reply to dumb questions?

Hoping this will suit me as I don't have outside tap. May be a stupid question but rather than using a bucket or butt, could you fill a bath and run hose from that to the pressure washer so you have more volume?

Just a case of dropping the hose under the water level and the unit will siphon the water out or would some kind of pump / connector be needed?

Out of stock

iamprobably

dont want to knock the original deal as, for the money, you can't go too … dont want to knock the original deal as, for the money, you can't go too far wrong.... but I thought this was a good deal.I'm done with posting deals on this site but if anyone wants to then please feel free http://www.karcheroutlet.co.uk/products/Product.asp?ID=5643&?utm_source=googlebase&utm_medium=comparsionshopping&gclid=CMiSpKnm180CFckV0wodD0MAyA



I'm unsure whether HUKD will survive without your 1 deal per year average.....

andynicol

I'm unsure whether HUKD will survive without your 1 deal per year … I'm unsure whether HUKD will survive without your 1 deal per year average.....



Yeah - dealing with tits like this mainly

madarhin

Not just sick of having to reply to dumb questions?



See above

May as well put your finger over the end of a hosepipe.

hkphooey

Got one of these especially for my car I like many detail their car using … Got one of these especially for my car I like many detail their car using a snow foam pre wash so it's perfect. I have a more powerful pressure washer also but get it anywhere near a chip of paint on modern cars and it will strip the paint back further. If you can use a pressure washer ALONE to totally clean your car then you must have something rather special!! Pressure washers alone do not clean cars


does it come with a foamer ? the diy pics show as they do

hkphooey

Only thing i will say pictures on the box suggest this could be used … Only thing i will say pictures on the box suggest this could be used independently from the mains water supply, (ie: from a bucket etc) i did try it but this didn't work, unless i had not primed it properly. Might try it again now i have used it on the mains but highly doubt it.



​works fine from a bucket. You gotta prime it first tho

out of stock everywere

Banned

very small for cars , you have to pick it up nearly all way round!!

Banned

forknknife

I purchased one of these a couple of months ago when B&Q were selling … I purchased one of these a couple of months ago when B&Q were selling them for £30.It struggled to prise out tiny weeds between slabs.I took it back and got a refund.Should be ok for car and bike washing.



​was it used? I tried mine once and wanted a refund. they were so cheeky and took it for a test, they they came back and said it's working ok so I can't have my money back
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