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Karcher K4 Full Control Pressure Washer - RRP £219.99 - £100 - Instore @ Asda
Karcher K4 Full Control Pressure Washer - RRP £219.99 - £100 - Instore @ Asda

Karcher K4 Full Control Pressure Washer - RRP £219.99 - £100 - Instore @ Asda

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Karcher K4 Full Control Pressure Washer - £100 - Instore @ Asda

Got one of the two left at Asda Living Teesside Retail Park Stockton

Nest cheapest I can find is £153 on Amazon Uk

Absolute Bargain IMHO !

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Original Poster

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With a Rrp of £150, that is much lower than the new K4...... strange

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chrisross22

With a Rrp of £150, that is much lower than the new K4...... strange


Asda's initial asking price of £150 is cheap. The RRP of these is £219.99
The Full Control Karcher's were only released earlier on this year

Heat added hanks for posting, I'm looking for a new pressure washer!

Great buy if you manage to find stock.

Seen this model on Amazon for £125 last week and thought that was a bargain (submitted a deal but was deleted)
Edited by: "andynicol" 30th Oct 2016

Cold. Go for the nilfisk offer.

Karcher have a plastic pump and nilfisk are aluminium. The nilfisk will last 4 times as long as the karcher.

and kranzle ones will last 100 times longer than nilfisk

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nokiafusion

Karcher have a plastic pump and nilfisk are aluminium. The nilfisk will … Karcher have a plastic pump and nilfisk are aluminium. The nilfisk will last 4 times as long as the karcher.


Not going to worry too much as the this PW has a 3 year manufacturers guarantee
kaercher.com/uk/…tml

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WheresMeNuts

Good refurbs:https://www.karcheroutlet.co.uk/products/Product.asp?ID=5096


Refurbed 1 is a a penny less !
karcheroutlet.co.uk/pro…599

royals

and kranzle ones will last 100 times longer than nilfisk



That's a bit of a sweeping statement with no comment as to why ?

nokiafusion

That's a bit of a sweeping statement with no comment as to why ?


As is the usual Karcher plastic pump comment. The usual failure is people failing to drain water. So in winter the pumps go pop as they freeze up in Sheds and Garages. My K2 lasted 5 years of reasonable use. Then sold it on when I upgraded to a K5 last year.
I'm not disagreeing that Nilfisk is good. However you tend to have to pay a bit more for them.

Oneday77

As is the usual Karcher plastic pump comment. The usual failure is people … As is the usual Karcher plastic pump comment. The usual failure is people failing to drain water. So in winter the pumps go pop as they freeze up in Sheds and Garages. My K2 lasted 5 years of reasonable use. Then sold it on when I upgraded to a K5 last year. I'm not disagreeing that Nilfisk is good. However you tend to have to pay a bit more for them.



Well said

Oneday77

As is the usual Karcher plastic pump comment. The usual failure is people … As is the usual Karcher plastic pump comment. The usual failure is people failing to drain water. So in winter the pumps go pop as they freeze up in Sheds and Garages. My K2 lasted 5 years of reasonable use. Then sold it on when I upgraded to a K5 last year. I'm not disagreeing that Nilfisk is good. However you tend to have to pay a bit more for them.


How do you drain all the water ?

WheresMeNuts

How do you drain all the water ?

Disconnect the input hose then run the pressure washer for about 10-15s. The pump will start to run while pushing through residual water. It won't get everything out but it will greatly reduce the possibility of icing up in the pump.
DONT run it for too long like this and you will have to power it off for it to stop. Releasing the trigger will not stop it.
Edited by: "Oneday77" 1st Nov 2016
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