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Nilfisk 110bar pressure washer with patio cleaner, £69.99 @ maplin (free C&C)
Nilfisk 110bar pressure washer with patio cleaner, £69.99 @ maplin (free C&C)

Nilfisk 110bar pressure washer with patio cleaner, £69.99 @ maplin (free C&C)

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I just saw a deal going hot for a karcher k2 for £59.99 so thought I would post this for anyone interested in a decent pressure washer.

The issue the k2 has is a plastic pump that is prone to failure, where as the nilfisk has a sturdy aluminium pump.

Anyhow this nilfisk is a great pressure washer which I own myself and thoroughly recommend, it also comes with various extras.

Comes with 2 nozzles (1 powerful oscillating nozzle)
Patio cleaner attachment
Detergent bottle
5M hose
110 bar
1400w motor

Mine also came with an accessory for unblocking drains but I'm not sure this one does (mine had it in the patio cleaner box)

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Original Poster

Straycat1967

https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/v3s/Nilfisk-C110-X-Tra-Pressure-Washer-1400-Motor/B00AGD5J02 same price on Amazonhttps://www.cleanstore.co.uk/products/Product.asp?ID=7424 Cheaper here!not voting



You do realise both those you have linked come without the patio cleaning kit ??

colganraz

You do realise both those you have linked come without the patio cleaning … You do realise both those you have linked come without the patio cleaning kit ??


My mistake! Heat added

this brand gets the top 4 best buys in 'Which' , beating Karcher on the list. We have just replaced our karcher with this

great deal....way better quality than karcher

I'm pretty sure this is an old deal and that it's out of stock almost everywhere.
Saw it on a detailing forum ages ago and nobody could get hold of one back then - orders were being cancelled despite originally being accepted.
Hopefully they're in stock again.
Edited by: "davek" 11th Apr

davek

I'm pretty sure this is an old deal and that it's out of stock almost … I'm pretty sure this is an old deal and that it's out of stock almost everywhere.Saw it on a detailing forum ages ago and nobody could get hold of one back then - orders were being cancelled despite originally being accepted.Hopefully they're in stock again.



It's the same price at Amazon just in case you're worried.

amazon.co.uk/gp/…-21
Edited by: "HellRazer" 11th Apr

Piece of ****

For an extra tenner in argos you get patio cleaner and car wash brush

it's an OK jet washer, but workmanship and customer services at Nilfisk could be better. Had 3 replacement hoses as the one that came with the jet wash was split. Took a further 2 goes to get a new replacement without any splits as each time I was sent one it arrived split.

I bought one of these off Amazon a while ago. Fantastic bit of kit and far superior to the Karcher it replaced. Feels a lot more powerful than the rated bar rate. Cleans slabs etc very easily. Just be careful with car paintwork!

Awful washer. Mine broke after about half a dozen uses.

amoore70

Awful washer. Mine broke after about half a dozen uses.


You must be one of the few. I've had mine for 4 years now and it gets a lot of abuse. Never missed a beat and still going strong. What did you do to break it? Drop it from a height?

good device, but the patio cleaner isn't very good, using the main lance is faster.

good unit, had mine for years (6 iirc) patio cleaner handle is a little short, not great for me at 6foot. does a decent job though of cleaning slabs.

Only thing I have done is change out the hose for a 10metre one. Means you can get around the car without having to move the washer at all. wasnt expensive either - £15 ish

Heat from me

sez2_9

For an extra tenner in argos you get patio cleaner and car wash brush



With the extra £5 Argos voucher, I think the Argos offer is the better deal now?

Banned

Used it once so far for a couple hours cleaning my concrete patio, did nice work seems powerful enough to do the typical homeowner stuff around the house.

The patio cleaner is useless....but the machine itself is great, just use the jetwasher on the patio and all's well. Good bit of kit. Hot deal

I have this model and it is very good. Agree with others, the patio attachment is pretty naff, but then I just blast it with the normal lance and job done (though a little messy).

Recommend the Nilfisk


I couldn't fault their customer service when I bought my nilfisk the washer bottle that comes with it was dented and broken I emailed them and with in a couple of days had a new upgraded replacement without any hassle


bearcat

it's an OK jet washer, but workmanship and customer services at Nilfisk … it's an OK jet washer, but workmanship and customer services at Nilfisk could be better. Had 3 replacement hoses as the one that came with the jet wash was split. Took a further 2 goes to get a new replacement without any splits as each time I was sent one it arrived split.


sez2_9

I couldn't fault their customer service when I bought my nilfisk the … I couldn't fault their customer service when I bought my nilfisk the washer bottle that comes with it was dented and broken I emailed them and with in a couple of days had a new upgraded replacement without any hassle



​I had to email a complaint to one of Nilfisk CEO's as I was getting nowhere with customer services. All I wanted was for them to send me a replacement hose without any splits. They insisted that the whole whole jet washer, hose etc had to be reboxed retuned and they would send a new one. This arrived and the hose was split. I retuned this one and got another, again the hose was split. I contacted customer services again and I was told they could not just send a hose only a new boxed machine. That's when I complained to a CEO. I was then sent a replacement hose and an extra add-on for clearing drains.

Bought last week from Argos (with patio cleaner and brush) for 79.99. Cleaned the conservatory, decking and path really well. Didn't use detergent bottle, patio cleaner is a bit of a waste of time, used the main jet nozzle mostly, brush was good for conservatory. Recommend, no someone who bought the Karcher a year ago and it's gone already, hoping this lasts longer, think it has 2 or 3 year warranty.

just bought wone on sunday from Screwfix for £75 these are excellent value for money. This is the sconf i have bought, the first was been used for days on end cleaning paths by my brother (seems to be his hobb) and there is absoultely nothing wrong with it. The patio cleaner is probably a white elephant it works for a while but is prone to getting silted up and then it topped wprking however the standard head and the rotating head are really good for cleaning bloack pavind and getting green off woodwork. The soloution bottle is useful for spreading detergent or mould inhibitor. Nice long hose and flex

Got mine of eBay today. Maplin_outlet seller. Same price with free delivery
ebay.co.uk/itm…258

Bought mine from screwfix with draincleaner cobra thrown in. Used it last week, awesome fair play.

Original Poster

Whitedove

https://www.cleanstore.co.uk/products/Product.asp?ID=7424&?utm_source=googlebase&utm_medium=comparsionshopping&gclid=CL-4raOModMCFUS4GwodG2ICbg better price here and free spray kit



so £5 cheaper without the patio cleaning accessory kit...

Can anyone confirm whether the drainage unblocking kit comes with this ? Mine came in the patio cleaner box

Is it worth getting the one from argos for £10 more?
Is it worth getting the model up for £100 at argos?

iAmLegendFam

http://www.argos.co.uk/product/1577941



I ordered this one. Added a small item so got a £10 voucher, also 7.35% TCB, so effectively around £83 for more power and a better brush

iAmLegendFam

http://www.argos.co.uk/product/1577941


Oh that's good... Think i'll get that one instead.

Daywalker04

I ordered this one. Added a small item so got a £10 voucher, also 7.35% … I ordered this one. Added a small item so got a £10 voucher, also 7.35% TCB, so effectively around £83 for more power and a better brush



Nice, you had a play yet? Is it any good?

Thinking bout getting one tomorrow for cleaning the flags in garden and to help with pre wash of car. Bit dubious if to use with car, but those folk at £5 car washers use em, so surely can't be too bad!?

Jawz

Nice, you had a play yet? Is it any good?Thinking bout getting one … Nice, you had a play yet? Is it any good?Thinking bout getting one tomorrow for cleaning the flags in garden and to help with pre wash of car. Bit dubious if to use with car, but those folk at £5 car washers use em, so surely can't be too bad!?



I had a play with it yesterday as got it a couple of days ago. Took me far longer than the 2 minute 30 second assembly video by the guy on Argos website Never was very good at self-construction! 'Normal' people apparently find it incredibly easy to construct

Seems very good - been using it on the driveway. You can absolutely adjust the pressure strength and it even has a 'car' attachment nozzle (Not tried that one to be honest). But if you think the power is too much, you can just spread the water over a greater surface via twisting the attachment nozzle.

I would go with the higher pressure (The £100 one) and then you have it, if you need it. It also claims a 3 year warranty.
Edited by: "Firefly1" 15th Apr

Firefly1

I had a play with it yesterday as got it a couple of days ago. Took me … I had a play with it yesterday as got it a couple of days ago. Took me far longer than the 2 minute 30 second assembly video by the guy on Argos website Never was very good at self-construction! 'Normal' people apparently find it incredibly easy to construct :pSeems very good - been using it on the driveway. You can absolutely adjust the pressure strength and it even has a 'car' attachment nozzle (Not tried that one to be honest). But if you think the power is too much, you can just spread the water over a greater surface via twisting the attachment nozzle.I would go with the higher pressure (The £100 one) and then you have it, if you need it. It also claims a 3 year warranty.



Yeah Im same. Takes me longer to do most stuff. Why I try not to buy flat pack.
I have been watching videos for a few hours bout using em for washing cars and buyinv extra foam lance/bottle from Amazon.

All in could cost be bout £150......then I think of how easy it is to just pull up n pay 5 blokes a fiver and done in 10mins.

Suppose its a bit of fun and self satisfaction. Dont think anyone has ever cleaned the flags in my garden since house was built so thats main reason I looked into it and then just upselled myself and tried to find further justification for another techy item.

Does the hose from tap to unit come with it? I do have an hamlock hose on a reel that has its own attachmebt for the hose nossle. Hopefully this can be use without just cutting the hose end off and having to use a different attachment.

Anyways Im waffling....thanks for the reply. Will grab one tomorrow. Argos doing the £10 for spending £100 so will grab something cheap to go with it so can get the voucher.

Thanks again.

Original Poster

Jawz

Yeah Im same. Takes me longer to do most stuff. Why I try not to buy flat … Yeah Im same. Takes me longer to do most stuff. Why I try not to buy flat pack.I have been watching videos for a few hours bout using em for washing cars and buyinv extra foam lance/bottle from Amazon.All in could cost be bout £150......then I think of how easy it is to just pull up n pay 5 blokes a fiver and done in 10mins.Suppose its a bit of fun and self satisfaction. Dont think anyone has ever cleaned the flags in my garden since house was built so thats main reason I looked into it and then just upselled myself and tried to find further justification for another techy item.Does the hose from tap to unit come with it? I do have an hamlock hose on a reel that has its own attachmebt for the hose nossle. Hopefully this can be use without just cutting the hose end off and having to use a different attachment.Anyways Im waffling....thanks for the reply. Will grab one tomorrow. Argos doing the £10 for spending £100 so will grab something cheap to go with it so can get the voucher.Thanks again.



My hozelock attachment fit directly onto the inlet of the pressure wash

colganraz

My hozelock attachment fit directly onto the inlet of the pressure wash



Sweet...Nothing worse than having everything out of box, spending ages putting it together, to find you have to go buy another part! Had that originally with having to go out and get an extra attachment for under the sink to connect Hozelock to.

Original Poster

Deals finished if someone could exPire please

Banned

I want to use it for snow foam. can anyone recommend a bottle??

Now expired. Still available elsewhere
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kew-nilfisk-alto-c110-7-5-pca-x-tra-pressure-washer-with-patio-drain-cleaner-110-2664664

iAmLegendFam

http://www.argos.co.uk/product/1577941



This one isn't the same. It's only 85bar. The one we're talking about is 110.
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