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Nilfisk 1400W 120 Bar Pressure Washer with Patio Cleaner 230V - C120.7-6 PCA £82.03 delivered @ CPC-Farnell
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Nilfisk 1400W 120 Bar Pressure Washer with Patio Cleaner 230V - C120.7-6 PCA £82.03 delivered @ CPC-Farnell

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Posted 12th Mar

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The compact is the perfect choice if you need a handy high pressure washer for the most common cleaning tasks. The C110 to C120 models are robust and efficient machines with a performance of 110 to 120 bar. Perfect for smaller households and vehicle cleaning. The upright design and the wide wheels make these machines highly mobile. Furthermore, they can be stored on the wall with a special wall hook to save space.
  • Automatic start /stop system
  • Supplied with fixed brush, patio and drain cleaner
  • Trolley with wheels and onboard accessory holder
  • Anti swivel hose and gun connection
  • Click and clean nozzle system ensures quick and easy change of nozzle
  • Aluminium pump head
  • 6 m High-pressure hose
  • 1400W Motor
  • Flow Rate: 310l/h
  • Max Pressure: 120bar

ContentsCompact patio cleaner, Fixed Brush, Pressure hose, Extension lance, 2x nozzles, Foam spray bottle, Nozzle jet cleaning tool, Hose connector


FootnotesNote: For Light Domestic Use Only. Not For Commercial / Trade Use
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Does anyone know the difference between the one in this deal and the titan version? I see Argos have this Titan one for sale with a proper winder for the hose and 1 or 2 more accessories. How do the washers themselves compare though? I'm looking to replace an old Nilfisk C-series that died a couple of months ago and my car is filthy
Nilfisk pressure washers are bad a$$. Mine is currently being brutalised, cleaning my large decking. Never missed a beat.

Lovely
mcaf12312/03/2020 18:22

Does anyone know the difference between the one in this deal and the titan …Does anyone know the difference between the one in this deal and the titan version? I see Argos have this Titan one for sale with a proper winder for the hose and 1 or 2 more accessories. How do the washers themselves compare though? I'm looking to replace an old Nilfisk C-series that died a couple of months ago and my car is filthy


Titan slighly better flow rate so will clean patios marginally quicker. You cant go wrong with either. My last one lasted 10yrs of constant use. And my much more powerful 2.4kw vax pressure washer isnt as well built. Waiting for a deal on a Nilfisk D range with induction motor but they are 2x the price.
Dealmessiah12/03/2020 19:42

Nilfisk pressure washers are bad a$$. Mine is currently being brutalised, …Nilfisk pressure washers are bad a$$. Mine is currently being brutalised, cleaning my large decking. Never missed a beat.Lovely


On the other hand, my Nilfisk 110 which was bought December 2016 and on average used twice per month to wash my car has just died... Not overly impressed. Got it on a deal though and only paid £55 so thankfully got my moneys worth out of it.

Going for a Karcher K5 now due to 5 year warranty.
ms01rd12/03/2020 20:06

Titan slighly better flow rate so will clean patios marginally quicker. …Titan slighly better flow rate so will clean patios marginally quicker. You cant go wrong with either. My last one lasted 10yrs of constant use. And my much more powerful 2.4kw vax pressure washer isnt as well built. Waiting for a deal on a Nilfisk D range with induction motor but they are 2x the price.


D range is not induction motor and none of these models where available 10 years ago so not sure what your advising here maybe stick with the Vax that is a Chinese own branded very poor quality product
mcaf12312/03/2020 18:22

Does anyone know the difference between the one in this deal and the titan …Does anyone know the difference between the one in this deal and the titan version? I see Argos have this Titan one for sale with a proper winder for the hose and 1 or 2 more accessories. How do the washers themselves compare though? I'm looking to replace an old Nilfisk C-series that died a couple of months ago and my car is filthy


Nothing all very similar until you get to the E140 or P 150
This machine lands in the UK for the manufacturer for around £25 they sell it on for around £50 then retailer hits everyone at Sub £80 it’s a £59.99 product at best
Any good?
Don4312/03/2020 22:28

D range is not induction motor and none of these models where available 10 …D range is not induction motor and none of these models where available 10 years ago so not sure what your advising here maybe stick with the Vax that is a Chinese own branded very poor quality product


Meant E range e145 etc £200 at cleanstore atm
XxLJCJxX12/03/2020 20:33

On the other hand, my Nilfisk 110 which was bought December 2016 and on …On the other hand, my Nilfisk 110 which was bought December 2016 and on average used twice per month to wash my car has just died... Not overly impressed. Got it on a deal though and only paid £55 so thankfully got my moneys worth out of it.Going for a Karcher K5 now due to 5 year warranty.



thought mine had packed up. Turned out the fuse had blown, maybe worth checking if you haven’t already.
Don4312/03/2020 22:28

D range is not induction motor and none of these models where available 10 …D range is not induction motor and none of these models where available 10 years ago so not sure what your advising here maybe stick with the Vax that is a Chinese own branded very poor quality product


Erm, I have the C110 from 2009, still going strong other than the powerspeed nozzle has just packed in, which is why I'm looking into a replacement nozzle here.

Mine came direct from Denmark, I have the email in front of me, would definitely buy one again, so not sure your facts are correct.
Well if your not sure your not sure fair play to you. Machines and accessories don’t come direct from Denmark they are distributed from China to the UK subsidiary based in Penrith Cumbria then from that point they go out to their main commercial dealers and retail partners in the UK.
The point was the D range and it’s not an induction model
Hope this helps
Don4308/04/2020 23:48

Well if your not sure your not sure fair play to you. Machines and …Well if your not sure your not sure fair play to you. Machines and accessories don’t come direct from Denmark they are distributed from China to the UK subsidiary based in Penrith Cumbria then from that point they go out to their main commercial dealers and retail partners in the UK.


Well you said they didn't manufacturer this model 10 yrs ago. My point was to correct you, in that they did as I have one from 11yrs ago and it is still fully functioning.

Things may be different now, but Nilfisk are a Danish company and mine certainly came from Denmark, distributed for certain.

As a recommendation (for people interested in buying one), I'd definitely buy one again as the Karcher it replaced lasted less than a couple of years.
These are rubbish. I read the reviews here and bought c110. Used only very few times in the last two years and now it’s dead. Try to check for possible issues and there is nothing on Nilfisk website or on YouTube. I will not recommend this to anyone to buy with such reliability.
itsvinod2k11/04/2020 10:19

These are rubbish. I read the reviews here and bought c110. Used only very …These are rubbish. I read the reviews here and bought c110. Used only very few times in the last two years and now it’s dead. Try to check for possible issues and there is nothing on Nilfisk website or on YouTube. I will not recommend this to anyone to buy with such reliability.


By contrast I got a c110 at the very latest in 2012 (possibly earlier) and it still works today even though it’s always been kept exposed outside getting wet, snow, blazing sun. It’s been chucked around and still going. It’s very noisy (since new) and near enough all accessories have been replaced as worn out due to frequent use (hose kinks eventually kill the hose, adapters leaking from connection). So I would say they are reliable. Only thing I do is tip unit upside down and swing around in circles to drain water out. BTW I always leave hose connected to as too much effort to get off and back in.
mcaf12312/03/2020 18:22

Does anyone know the difference between the one in this deal and the titan …Does anyone know the difference between the one in this deal and the titan version? I see Argos have this Titan one for sale with a proper winder for the hose and 1 or 2 more accessories. How do the washers themselves compare though? I'm looking to replace an old Nilfisk C-series that died a couple of months ago and my car is filthy


I have the next one up with the winder, stopped using that now as it is just a hassle and the hose ends up a bit of a mess to sort before use, just my findings. I loop it over instead to store. Excellent washers though and quiet in comparison to other cheaper brands.
I have tow of these and the nozzles are just crazy. The pack in so quick

Also my patio cleaner accessory also packed in after only 3 or 4 uses

Replacement parts are expensive.

I did by the both for £55 so not that upset
The patio cleaner attachment is crap, i just use the lance.

Had mine about 4 years with a lot of use and no problems. It can be quite loud tho, and recommend a jubilee clip to fix hose to the intake
I bought one of these last year and I can’t seem to use it properly , my sink is a single mixer tap and I bought a good connection for it , but everytime I put water on go outside and press the lever my hose bursts of my tap and floods kitchen I guessed I had Maybee tuned water on to fast so reduced the water input but still done the same !
Iam wondering if I should put the water presure lower at main point under my sink
any advice thanks
Ill probably get shot down, If you can afford a Kranzle.. expensive yes built like a tank.
Edited by: "Fox_meister" 11th Apr
BuffMan11/04/2020 13:04

The patio cleaner attachment is crap, i just use the lance.Had mine about …The patio cleaner attachment is crap, i just use the lance.Had mine about 4 years with a lot of use and no problems. It can be quite loud tho, and recommend a jubilee clip to fix hose to the intake


Hi what is a jubilee Clip , I have just done a post there in problems I had with mine would you mind taking a read for me ?
from female on her own who has no clue and flooded kitchen twice
edit just googled the jubilee clip I have that round the connection already
Edited by: "Fifemags" 11th Apr
Fifemags11/04/2020 13:11

I bought one of these last year and I can’t seem to use it properly , my s …I bought one of these last year and I can’t seem to use it properly , my sink is a single mixer tap and I bought a good connection for it , but everytime I put water on go outside and press the lever my hose bursts of my tap and floods kitchen I guessed I had Maybee tuned water on to fast so reduced the water input but still done the same ! Iam wondering if I should put the water presure lower at main point under my sink any advice thanks


Not designed to be used with a sink tap. No access to an outside one?
kel6411/04/2020 13:44

Not designed to be used with a sink tap. No access to an outside one?


Thank you I was thinking this might be the reason
I will try and get one as soon as this is all over
XxLJCJxX12/03/2020 20:33

On the other hand, my Nilfisk 110 which was bought December 2016 and on …On the other hand, my Nilfisk 110 which was bought December 2016 and on average used twice per month to wash my car has just died... Not overly impressed. Got it on a deal though and only paid £55 so thankfully got my moneys worth out of it.Going for a Karcher K5 now due to 5 year warranty.


I always recommend to not buy the entry level item expecially when it comes to pressure washer and you need to get one that is 130 bar and above I have a nilfisk 140 bar had it for 5 years and it’s perfect , love the pressure which do all jobs easily and creates beautiful snowfoam too anything less bar you tend go over the same place a few times to clean it .
Edited by: "BoGoF" 11th Apr
kel6411/04/2020 13:44

Not designed to be used with a sink tap. No access to an outside one?


Actually he can, all depends on the connector being used.

Ive used the kitchen mixer as well as bathroom sink where it has separate taps for cold/hot.
Fifemags11/04/2020 13:11

I bought one of these last year and I can’t seem to use it properly , my s …I bought one of these last year and I can’t seem to use it properly , my sink is a single mixer tap and I bought a good connection for it , but everytime I put water on go outside and press the lever my hose bursts of my tap and floods kitchen I guessed I had Maybee tuned water on to fast so reduced the water input but still done the same ! Iam wondering if I should put the water presure lower at main point under my sink any advice thanks


Show us a pic of the set up/connection when everything is connected up.
BoGoF11/04/2020 14:21

I always recommend to not buy the entry level item expecially when it …I always recommend to not buy the entry level item expecially when it comes to pressure washer and you need to get one that is 130 bar and above I have a nilfisk 140 bar has it for 5 years and it’s perfect pressure to do all jobs and creates beautiful snowfoam too anything less bar you tend go over the same place twice a few times to clean it .


There's a 130 bar Titan at Screwfix for £85, any thoughts ?
Would this be okay to wash the car? We live in a flat and it would only be used for this. Will save £15 - £20 a month from having to take our car to the car-wash each month. Neighbour downstairs (we live on the top/1st floor) has an outside unmetered tap and wouldn't mind us using it once a month.
Edited by: "DW79" 11th Apr
pieman.pete11/04/2020 15:43

There's a 130 bar Titan at Screwfix for £85, any thoughts ?


sounds like a good price for the pressure however I don’t know much about the brand Titan and how easy it is to source part and how reliable they are...
Edited by: "BoGoF" 11th Apr
rimalpatel00711/04/2020 14:27

Show us a pic of the set up/connection when everything is connected up.


Hi I will go and get the parts out of the shed and show you thank you for taking a look
I will post the pic here soon
Thanks

If your remove the connector and look closely at the spout end you'll see a break. You can turn it anticlockwise to remove it completely. After that get a connector that you can screw in then connect the hose pipe.
This seems to be a really good one with higher bar power and with 8% Quidco Cash-back for new Voucher customers. If not a new customer then use another family member's details
Quite possibly one of the worst pressure washers I’ve ever had. First one the connector broke so I couldn’t remove one of the attachments and The second one leaked. I got an expensive karcher one and that was rubbish too, so I got a cheap Karcher and now had it about 5 years.
rimalpatel00711/04/2020 19:14

ThanksIf your remove the connector and look closely at the spout end …ThanksIf your remove the connector and look closely at the spout end you'll see a break. You can turn it anticlockwise to remove it completely. After that get a connector that you can screw in then connect the hose pipe.


Hi I can’t see a break in it sorry
also not sure what type of connection you are advising , I do not have any knowledge on this thanks
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