Hozelock Pico Power - 140 Bar Pressure Washer - 1700 W £79.99 Amazon
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Hozelock Pico Power - 140 Bar Pressure Washer - 1700 W £79.99 Amazon

£79.99£94.9916%Amazon Deals
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Found 23rd JulEdited by:"Zikohh"
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Accessories included:
- Standard lance.
- Extension lance.
- Dirtblaster lance - provides a concentrated blast of power to remove dirt.
- Quick connector.
- Low pressure detergent gun.
- On board tank.
- Removable detergent tank.
- On board storage.
- Weight 8.8kg.


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My situation:
Is this 140 Bar pressure washer suitable for me? I mainly need it for the patio and that extension is 45 quid roughly and then you also need an extension which costs £37 so it isn't seeming like the extra 30 bars will be better than not having a patio cleaner attachment (im not paying 83 quid for that attachment)? Would I would be better going off with a Nilfisk C 110 bar Pressure Washer with Patio Cleaner (btw i may just wait to see if this hits £60 again) OR Kärcher K2 Full Control Home Pressure Washer?????? Let me know your opinion pls
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Is this better than a nilfisk c110 7?
I've recently used the K2 for my decking and the Indian stones. Never used one before, and had some concerns as the k2 did not have the patio extension. Did not need one, it did a great job without the brush. I may had finished the job quicker if I had that extension but the job was easy enough without it. I do not know what is the other extension for 37, however my k2 was basic and did the job. If I was to choose between the 3, but without the extensions, I would go with the hozelock as the pressure is higher (however the k2 pressure was sufficient for my job). If I will really want the whole kit, I would go with the others, due to price.
sheffield7881 h, 29 m ago

I've recently used the K2 for my decking and the Indian stones. Never used …I've recently used the K2 for my decking and the Indian stones. Never used one before, and had some concerns as the k2 did not have the patio extension. Did not need one, it did a great job without the brush. I may had finished the job quicker if I had that extension but the job was easy enough without it. I do not know what is the other extension for 37, however my k2 was basic and did the job. If I was to choose between the 3, but without the extensions, I would go with the hozelock as the pressure is higher (however the k2 pressure was sufficient for my job). If I will really want the whole kit, I would go with the others, due to price.


Is this what you meant by indian stones?

And yes tbh I agree with you, this having higher pressure and no attachment would better, but I also remembered that the cement in some parts of the garden (it was all done 5 years ago) is starting to break off in some parts so not having the attachment may mean more pressure on the cement? too many obstacles

Regarding the extra £37 no idea as well but these two comments both mentioned it here.
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Zikohh20 m ago

[Image] Is this what you meant by indian stones?And yes tbh I agree with …[Image] Is this what you meant by indian stones?And yes tbh I agree with you, this having higher pressure and no attachment would better, but I also remembered that the cement in some parts of the garden (it was all done 5 years ago) is starting to break off in some parts so not having the attachment may mean more pressure on the cement? too many obstacles Regarding the extra £37 no idea as well but these two comments both mentioned it here.[Image]


Yes, those are the Indian stones. I also agree the cement may be ruined, this happened to ours after using the pressure washer. However, this was already in a bad state so needed replacing, hence I did not care when using the washer. If I would have been careful, probably I could have avoided to touch the cement. Now is even more obvious it needs replacing:). With regards to the attachment, yes, seems strange but it looks even if you get the same brand hose, you need it. I have a non branded hose and I did not need any attachment for the k2, so perhaps this pressure washer is not that cheap with the adds on.
140bar.... Dream on Hozelock
I've never owned a Hoselock pressure washer but have had a Nilfisk and few Karchers.

First things first, the 140bar rating is a Max rating. The operating pressure is 100 bar. It's all marketing hype.

More important than pressure is flow. You need to take this into consideration when comparing. There's no point having a high pressure jet when the amount of water it's pushing out is poor.
Some manufacturers use smaller pumps and nozzles which give higher pressure at expense of flow.

A good way of comparing washers is to multiply flow and pressure. It gives you a figure you can use to compare cleaning power.
callum845 h, 54 m ago

I've never owned a Hoselock pressure washer but have had a Nilfisk and few …I've never owned a Hoselock pressure washer but have had a Nilfisk and few Karchers.First things first, the 140bar rating is a Max rating. The operating pressure is 100 bar. It's all marketing hype.More important than pressure is flow. You need to take this into consideration when comparing. There's no point having a high pressure jet when the amount of water it's pushing out is poor.Some manufacturers use smaller pumps and nozzles which give higher pressure at expense of flow.A good way of comparing washers is to multiply flow and pressure. It gives you a figure you can use to compare cleaning power.


  • Rated bar - 95. so not even 100
If Hozelock's other products are anything to go by, I'd say avoid this one unless you like leaks.
wrongmark6 h, 47 m ago

If Hozelock's other products are anything to go by, I'd say avoid this one …If Hozelock's other products are anything to go by, I'd say avoid this one unless you like leaks.


tbf all reviews on argos are 4 stars or up so It genuinely looks decent. and for a rated bar of 94 it is higher than a nilfisk c 110 (which is 80). So I mean looks quite promising. But I understand where you're coming from
Zikohh23rd Jul

[Image] Is this what you meant by indian stones?And yes tbh I agree with …[Image] Is this what you meant by indian stones?And yes tbh I agree with you, this having higher pressure and no attachment would better, but I also remembered that the cement in some parts of the garden (it was all done 5 years ago) is starting to break off in some parts so not having the attachment may mean more pressure on the cement? too many obstacles Regarding the extra £37 no idea as well but these two comments both mentioned it here.[Image]


If not too late, Nilfisk whole kit is on sale at Amazon, very good price.
sheffield7884 h, 20 m ago

If not too late, Nilfisk whole kit is on sale at Amazon, very good price.


Yeah I GOT IT after ECP (EuroCarParts) cancelled my order
Zikohh21 m ago

Yeah I GOT IT after ECP (EuroCarParts) cancelled my order


In your favour anyway, I think it worth the price difference considering this has all the accessories.
sheffield7885 h, 40 m ago

In your favour anyway, I think it worth the price difference considering …In your favour anyway, I think it worth the price difference considering this has all the accessories.


100% I was a bit disappointed that ECP doesn't have the patio cleaner but then worst case scenario i choose to buy it, it would have been 64 which at the end of the day HAPPENED using amazon and the best thing is, amazon has great Customer service, just in case
And a free valet kit, what awesome luck, all good in the end
Edited by: "Zikohh" 26th Jul
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