Draper 1300W Pressure Washer for £38.24 using code @ Robert Dyas (Free C&C)
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Draper 1300W Pressure Washer for £38.24 using code @ Robert Dyas (Free C&C)

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Found 16th Jul
Use code JULY15 at checkout. Code expires midnight. Free store collection available

Make short work of cleaning the car, patio, garden walls or any outside spaces with this powerful pressure washer from Draper. With 1300 Watts of muscle and a 3-metre pressure hose at your command, it will even clean stubborn dirt from alloy wheels.

Features and BenefitsVersatile – Variable spray patterns include a turbo nozzle for locked-in dirt.

Energy efficient – The washer uses minimal water to preserve the pump and motor.

User friendly – Use the quick-connect system to be up and running in no time.

Specifications
  • Power: 1300 Watts
  • Maximum flow: 15 l/min
  • Max bar pressure: 82
  • Working pressure: 55 bar
  • Hose length: 3m
  • Colour: Green/black
  • Weight: 4.5 kg
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Is there anything you can do to extend the hose? My sink is a bit further than that from where my car is parked each night.
Mikey12336 m ago

Is there anything you can do to extend the hose? My sink is a bit further …Is there anything you can do to extend the hose? My sink is a bit further than that from where my car is parked each night.


The water input will be via hose so just select a hose long enough to reach from your kitchen tap (better to get an outdoor tap fitted) to the device.

Do not store one of these things where it could freeze over winter (eg shed/garage): there will always be water left in it and when it freezes it wrecks the pump. I learned the hard way, twice, before I discovered what was happening.
Mikey12352 m ago

Is there anything you can do to extend the hose? My sink is a bit further …Is there anything you can do to extend the hose? My sink is a bit further than that from where my car is parked each night.


I think the hose length its referring to is to attach the pressure washer hand unit.. You'll need a separate hose to attach to it for water supply.
That code is no longer valid
Code isn’t valid 😔
Besford57 m ago

The water input will be via hose so just select a hose long enough to …The water input will be via hose so just select a hose long enough to reach from your kitchen tap (better to get an outdoor tap fitted) to the device.Do not store one of these things where it could freeze over winter (eg shed/garage): there will always be water left in it and when it freezes it wrecks the pump. I learned the hard way, twice, before I discovered what was happening.


Could try unplug the supply hose then turn on the pressure washer. That should pump out the water left inside the system.

This one has very low flow rate so I wouldn't expect too much power from it.
You can buy it now for £45, as the code was only valid until midnight. Still decent for the price, but max pressure may be too low for some.
Go for the Lidl one. More powerful and about the same price.
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