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Good entry into pressure washers. Better than hose alon
Tesco are selling the compact for the same price
Plastic parts inside, owned 3 all broke, purchased a Nilfisk and it's much better quality and metal parts inside, look it up folks
Edited by: "OutwithCameron1" 3rd Jun
owned 1 for 5 years - not 1 problem - the patio cleaner is excellent and doesn't make a mess blasting dirt eveywhere
cant see this advertised anywhere - got a link
As someone always points out, the pump is plastic. It is not a recipe for failure. The vast majority are fine, a lot depends on how they are used, many break due to user error or frost. Alluminium is not great with water and can be just as bad. These products are cheap, they have a two year warranty. Can't really complain. If you want one for for patio cleaning and heavier use, look to spend more, get a induction motor to start with. This is OK for light tasks if used correctly.

What is better about a low end Nilfisk is the flow rate, 440 lph v 360 on these. That makes a big difference and why I would not go for this but heat added.
Edited by: "micronX7" 3rd Jun
Best pressure washer for the price
We've had one of these twice now and both have had to be returned - thankfully it was to Amazon so returning it has been ok. The second was a replacement of the first after it stopped working after having it only a year and then practically the same happened to the second one which was the replacement for the first. I wouldn't get one of these again.
OutwithCameron103/06/2019 17:39

Plastic parts inside, owned 3 all broke, purchased a Nilfisk and it's much …Plastic parts inside, owned 3 all broke, purchased a Nilfisk and it's much better quality and metal parts inside, look it up folks


Can agree garbage broke after 3 uses
micronX703/06/2019 22:52

As someone always points out, the pump is plastic. It is not a recipe for …As someone always points out, the pump is plastic. It is not a recipe for failure. The vast majority are fine, a lot depends on how they are used, many break due to user error or frost. Alluminium is not great with water and can be just as bad. These products are cheap, they have a two year warranty. Can't really complain. If you want one for for patio cleaning and heavier use, look to spend more, get a induction motor to start with. This is OK for light tasks if used correctly.What is better about a low end Nilfisk is the flow rate, 440 lph v 360 on these. That makes a big difference and why I would not go for this but heat added.


Thanks great info, out of interest which model would you go for am looking for one to clean a large area of block paving and also patio slabs.
Depends on Yr budget. These will do a job 4 u. £100 c125 . £120 k4. £150 c135. £200 k5
emptypocketz04/06/2019 13:16

Thanks great info, out of interest which model would you go for am looking …Thanks great info, out of interest which model would you go for am looking for one to clean a large area of block paving and also patio slabs.




The ones mentioned by gt above are pretty much approaching middle of the spread for domestic use If you are going to be doing a large area I envisage you may be tempted to do it each year or each other year. I would avoid the universal motors of the lower spec models, they have a finite life of a certain number of hours if nothing else gives up first. Induction is better so you start at the c135 or the K3 but I would go K4 over that for sure.
So c135 or above or k4 or above. I would not bother with full control unless a good deal, not necessary. For heavy use on patios I would go Karcher because of the extra years warranty. You can clean as much as you like for 3 years without concern.
After that it is down to luck how long any washer will last. They are all problematic but many issues are due to purchasing the wrong equipment and expectations of it.

Hope that helps

Just seen this. Good price for the latest version although internally the same as the previous I think. Deal of the day.

amazon.co.uk/dp/…QGV
Edited by: "micronX7" 4th Jun
micronX704/06/2019 17:50

The ones mentioned by gt above are pretty much approaching middle of the …The ones mentioned by gt above are pretty much approaching middle of the spread for domestic use If you are going to be doing a large area I envisage you may be tempted to do it each year or each other year. I would avoid the universal motors of the lower spec models, they have a finite life of a certain number of hours if nothing else gives up first. Induction is better so you start at the c135 or the K3 but I would go K4 over that for sure.So c135 or above or k4 or above. I would not bother with full control unless a good deal, not necessary. For heavy use on patios I would go Karcher because of the extra years warranty. You can clean as much as you like for 3 years without concern. After that it is down to luck how long any washer will last. They are all problematic but many issues are due to purchasing the wrong equipment and expectations of it. Hope that helps Just seen this. Good price for the latest version although internally the same as the previous I think. Deal of the day.https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07N1HSQGV



thank you great information, that K4 compact looks perfect size
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