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Ferrex Pressure Washer 2.2KW with a 3 year warranty £79.99 @ Aldi
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Ferrex Pressure Washer 2.2KW with a 3 year warranty £79.99 @ Aldi

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Posted 22nd Mar

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Not a bad price for a 2.2kw machine with a 3 year warranty..

Get set for a spring clean with this powerful pressure washer, which comes with all the accessories you might need, such as rotating brush, spray gun with quick connector, turbo nozzle and more. Fully portable, this jet washer is easier to transport to tackle all those outdoor jobs ahead of the summer (patios, guttering, walls and pipes). With a telescopic handle design to adjust to its operator, alongside 450 litres/hour flow rate, this hand power washer is a must have for your arduous outdoor tasks.

Contents
1 x Rotating brush
1 x Spray gun with pressure indicator, quick connector and turnable lance
1 x Spray lance
1 x Turbo nozzle
1 x Variable power nozzle
1 x 500ml Cleaning solution
1 x Cleaning needle
1 x Adaptor coupling for hose connector system (water supply hose)
Features
Integrated fine water filter
Suitable for patios, pipes and walls
Integrated drum with 10m pressure hose
Quick connector between pressure hose and spray gun
Suitable for patios, pipes and walls
Turnable hooks for quick cable release
Two storage holders in the front for spray and spear
One storage holder in the back for rotating brush
Two storage holders in the back for vario nozzle and turbo nozzle
Large pedestal for enhanced balance
High pressure cleaning
Fully portable with 2 wheels
Approx. 450 litres/hour flow rate
150 bar max. pressure
Quick connect system
Telescopic handle with height adjustment that can be changed in two positions
Intergrated 10m hose and reel
Nominal pressure: 110 bar
Inlet pressure: max. 1.0 Mpa
Inlet temperature: max. 40°C
Recoil force lance: 13 N
Current: 9 A
Sound pressure level: 98 dB
Guarantee/Warranty
3 years
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What are peoples thoughts on this please? I'm shopping for a new one.
leet22/03/2020 13:58

What are peoples thoughts on this please? I'm shopping for a new one.


They are supposed to be brilliant. Better than Karcher
Struggling to find any stock!
Looks very good.
I bought one from aldi three years ago and it's still going strong. Exact same shape, but I think it's Parkside, rather than ferrex. Excellent pressure
B12M22/03/2020 15:45

I bought one from aldi three years ago and it's still going strong. Exact …I bought one from aldi three years ago and it's still going strong. Exact same shape, but I think it's Parkside, rather than ferrex. Excellent pressure


Workzone, rather than Parkside.
skip11222/03/2020 14:18

They are supposed to be brilliant. Better than Karcher


From personal experience of an Aldi machine, I would prefer a a karcher or Nilfisk of equivalent spec. The Aldi offerings are lacking in finesse and quality compared to the well known brands. I found the one I had noisy and clunky from the on off switch to the lance connections amd and pump. They will suit some but if you are discerning look elsewhere.
micronX722/03/2020 17:59

From personal experience of an Aldi machine, I would prefer a a karcher or …From personal experience of an Aldi machine, I would prefer a a karcher or Nilfisk of equivalent spec. The Aldi offerings are lacking in finesse and quality compared to the well known brands. I found the one I had noisy and clunky from the on off switch to the lance connections amd and pump. They will suit some but if you are discerning look elsewhere.


Looking at which reviews the only pressure washer brand that ranks higher than Karcher on long term reliability is Aldi
Any chance these have induction motors?
Any one know what the attachment types are like on this. I have an old nilfisk but I’d like to keep my show foam Lance , car spray head. Don’t know if it would fit.
MarcPainter-Coates22/03/2020 19:12

Any chance these have induction motors?


I suspect that you know the answer to that one. A 2.2kW induction motor would weigh more than this entire machine. The noise level is a bit of a giveaway, aslo.

Plus you really wouldn't want one built to this price level.

If it's the life expectancy that you are worried about, in my experience using it at least every two or three months, rather than leave it unused for half the year or more, makes the difference. I haven't ever had brushes go - it's the bearings and seals that go first.

The good thing is that you can use a simple "speed controller" to control the actual power, without altering the spray pattern - so you can avoid accidentally stripping paint off... It also makes it quieter...
Shame is doesn't come with a patio cleaner attachment.
scoobdriver22/03/2020 19:40

Any one know what the attachment types are like on this. I have an old …Any one know what the attachment types are like on this. I have an old nilfisk but I’d like to keep my show foam Lance , car spray head. Don’t know if it would fit.


I'd recommend looking elsewhere. I have the portable 18v ferrex pressure washer & it is good but I can't find an attachment that works with my foam Lance. The lavor type c is meant to be the correct attachment but it doesn't fit properly, I've tried a few other attachments as well but no luck
I might go for this as need a new one after my Karcher k4 full control unit has broken after just over a year! Seems common with them..poor for such a so called good brand.
I am looking for one too. Considering that the patio attachment is for an additional £15, a complete set would be for £95.
How does that compare to Karcher K2 for £99 from RobertDyas Karcher or this Karcher from Lidl for £60 without accessories.

I know the motor is 1400W in the K2 above, but they are all 110 bars, so dont think it will be much of an issue.

I plan to use at home for garden and driveways, not washing cars, so if the job takes extra hour, its fine with me.
Edited by: "Msafiri" 23rd Mar
Msafiri23/03/2020 23:48

I am looking for one too. Considering that the patio attachment is for an …I am looking for one too. Considering that the patio attachment is for an additional £15, a complete set would be for £95.How does that compare to Karcher K2 for £99 from RobertDyas Karcher or this Karcher from Lidl for £60 without accessories.I know the motor is 1400W in the K2 above, but they are all 110 bars, so dont think it will be much of an issue. I plan to use at home for garden and driveways, not washing cars, so if the job takes extra hour, its fine with me.


The K2 is possibly the weakest of the mainstream brands in that the 110 bar is max pressure, not working pressure and it has a low flow rate. You may be happy to spend longer cleaning but a more powerful washer will clean better and quicker. There are many complaints about low end Karcher and Nilfisk simply because folk expect too much of them in use and they burn out with over use.
A K4 is probably the minimum to get or a Nilfisk c135. Both induction motors designed to run longer. Something else may give up before the motor but that is the luck of the draw until you buy a Kranzle or top end Karcher / Nilfisk
It is up to you in the end but if you want to do a decent job, get the correct product. A neighbour has a K2 and even with the most powerful lance, it has only done half a job on his patio. A quick blast with my washer on a slab showed how bad it was. A K2 is fine for cars, clearing leaves and patio furniture.

PS. You can use a lance to clean patios, they will work better on heavily soiled surfaces. The brushes are OK on lightly soiled.
Edited by: "micronX7" 24th Mar
micronX724/03/2020 13:32

The K2 is possibly the weakest of the mainstream brands in that the 110 …The K2 is possibly the weakest of the mainstream brands in that the 110 bar is max pressure, not working pressure and it has a low flow rate. You may be happy to spend longer cleaning but a more powerful washer will clean better and quicker. There are many complaints about low end Karcher and Nilfisk simply because folk expect too much of them in use and they burn out with over use. A K4 is probably the minimum to get or a Nilfisk c135. Both induction motors designed to run longer. Something else may give up before the motor but that is the luck of the draw until you buy a Kranzle or top end Karcher / Nilfisk It is up to you in the end but if you want to do a decent job, get the correct product. A neighbour has a K2 and even with the most powerful lance, it has only done half a job on his patio. A quick blast with my washer on a slab showed how bad it was. A K2 is fine for cars, clearing leaves and patio furniture.PS. You can use a lance to clean patios, they will work better on heavily soiled surfaces. The brushes are OK on lightly soiled.


Thanks, I don't know much about them, so comments appreciated.
If I were looking for a sub-100 pressure washer, then this is the best I could get?
It
Msafiri24/03/2020 15:21

Thanks, I don't know much about them, so comments appreciated. If I were …Thanks, I don't know much about them, so comments appreciated. If I were looking for a sub-100 pressure washer, then this is the best I could get?


It is a bit tricky just now with various shops closed, Toolststion for example, store and online. If you want one now then the one in the link is not bad. It has the patio brush if you want to use it, 120 max bar working at 85 bar and a reasonable flow rate upto 440 lph which will clean much better than the 360 K2 so less time running. 3 year guarantee from a decent brand being Nilfisk. Whether it is the cheapest it has been I am not sure but k4's and c135's are pricey just now. You have to catch them at the right time but £100 max will be hard. The Titan has various nozzles with it as well. Not an induction motor but it will run well enough and you have the guarantee if you have any issue.

argos.co.uk/pro…941
Edited by: "micronX7" 24th Mar
Thanks for posting this, I’m about to return a month old nilfisk 135 bar I bought from Argos as it only worked twice in 6 attempts and it’s been a very disappointing purchase. And cost a lot more than this.
Is it best to pay the extra for the k5 compact from tool station?

Or is this ok.like on the same level?would I notice any difference?
adgames27/03/2020 20:37

Is it best to pay the extra for the k5 compact from tool station?Or is …Is it best to pay the extra for the k5 compact from tool station?Or is this ok.like on the same level?would I notice any difference?


Pay the extra if you can. You get a superior machine all round and a very good 3 year guarantee. Unfortunately this site seems to promote cheapest is better no matter what the quality is like. Check out where each is made and think about it
Wait for an offer from lidl.
The parkside washer presure with 170 bar 2.4 its much better. And only 10£ extra
almasurfingalmasurfing28/03/2020 06:47

Wait for an offer from lidl.The parkside washer presure with 170 bar 2.4 …Wait for an offer from lidl.The parkside washer presure with 170 bar 2.4 its much better. And only 10£ extra


I just looked at the specs, it looks to be a well built item on the face of it. The thing that lets it down for me at the price as with a lot of these budget machines is the motor. They boast a lot of power but use a universal motor which Karcher and Nilfisk only fit in their very basic machines. It keeps the cost down.
Is this comparable to the Nilfisk C135 in terms of performance can anyone advise. Bare in mind Nilfisk is ~£100 more
Gamebear8828/03/2020 13:16

Is this comparable to the Nilfisk C135 in terms of performance can anyone …Is this comparable to the Nilfisk C135 in terms of performance can anyone advise. Bare in mind Nilfisk is ~£100 more

If you keep an eye out you can get the c135 much cheaper at times. Induction and 2 year warranty.
Amazon have done it for £99 twice and I posted a good deal previously that lasted ages at Argos.


This Ferrex is superior to the cheap £49 no name brands but I would rather have a c135, K4 or K5 at a good price.

This was the deal I posted.
hotukdeals.com/dea…223
Edited by: "micronX7" 28th Mar
Is there a patio cleaner brush?
Rocknroiia28/03/2020 20:50

No, but you can buy one for £14.99


Really? You have link?
Would it be compatible with Lidls parkside model?
leet22/03/2020 13:58

What are peoples thoughts on this please? I'm shopping for a new one.


One of the key things to look out for is flow rate.
If its got a very high pressure but produces a very fine spray of water than it's going to hopeless.
So you need good pressure and a decent water flow rate
This has excellent flow rates especially for the money.
Can't comment on its reliability but 3 years guarantee is generous.
Very good deal
Had the workzone version of this for a couple of years now and can't fault it. It is compatible with lavor attachments, so lots of choice on ebay (snow foam bottles and lances etc.), should you need them.
skip11222/03/2020 14:18

They are supposed to be brilliant. Better than Karcher


Any sources to back up this outrageous claim?
Just ordered one 🏻Had a search but results unclear-has anyone found a snow foam lance attachment for this make/model please....Lots of free time ATM to clean the car.
Can you use this to wash a car? Do you need a separate accessory for it?
taff_529/03/2020 00:53

Any sources to back up this outrageous claim?


Which magazine
skip11222/03/2020 14:18

They are supposed to be brilliant. Better than Karcher


I like my karcher k4, from visual aesthetics to really good performance. I would be little biased if not sceptic that 79 pounds machine is better than the best pressure washer in the whole wide world.
RicT29/03/2020 02:28

Just ordered one 🏻Had a search but results unclear-has anyone found …Just ordered one 🏻Had a search but results unclear-has anyone found a snow foam lance attachment for this make/model please....Lots of free time ATM to clean the car.


You need a lavor one, tons on ebay
Looks good, have some heat
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