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Nilfisk C 135 bar High Pressure Washer with Induction Motor  380 L/H water flow  Blue for £99.99 Delivered @ Amazon UK
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Nilfisk C 135 bar High Pressure Washer with Induction Motor 380 L/H water flow Blue for £99.99 Delivered @ Amazon UK

£99.99£149.9933%Amazon Deals
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Posted 15th SepEdited by:"Brutes"

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  • Nilfisk C135.1i High Pressure Washer
  • The handy all-round high pressure washer with a powerful & tough 1700W induction motor for long life
  • A full portable pressure washer with high flexibility, it is ideal for frequent or larger cleaning tasks
  • High quality metal jetwash pump delivering 135 bar max and 115 bar operating pressures
  • 440 L/H low & 380 L/h high water flow rates for extra power cleaning
  • Easy to work with: pressure washer with hose of 6m stored on board reel
  • The Nilfisk power washer has 2 year of domestic warranty
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Read a tip off Amazon reviews for a Nilfisk C135 owner to discard the cheap plastic tap connector that comes with the machine, apparently this leaks when used. This is the part that attachs to the main water inlet of the power washer, instead use a Solid brass 3/4" BSP to 1/2" tap connector and insert a 3/4" tap washer inside it leaving the hole in the middle the same size as it apparently increases the water pressure. it needs a bit of forceful pressure to make it fit snug inside the connnector but is made easier by smearing with vaseline inside the internal brass thread, also smear on the inlet pressure washer thread of the power washer this will help with any future on/off removal, then tighten with vice grips, this should then make a non-leaking connection. Then simply connect your hose pipe quick connector onto it.

Toolstation stock them. £1.78 - £1.46
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Edited by: "Wowhats" 15th Sep
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Thank you! Ordered
Crazy heat 🔥
2012 model is £290 weirdly
Bought this last year at this price. Great piece of kit. Have cleaned brickwork, York stones, paving, unblocked cast iron downpipes completely solid with soil and rust (need to buy pipe / drain unblocking tool), and washed the car many a time.
Thanks OP heat given, I have been watching and waiting for the C135 to drop below the £100 price mark, after the C110 and C120 were also reduced on special deals this week. The C135 is an upgrade from my old C120 which has served me well but has died after years of hard work.
Great price, ordered thanks
Good, just pity it doesn’t include car cleaning nozzle or brush
Is this really worth near £300 Like it says it was? Thinking of buying it
Ordered thanks
Thanks op. Ordered to replace my cruddy karcher that has failed on me again. What’s the recommended attachment for car cleaning without stripping paint work?
Thanks OP, ordered! Looks like you can get 6% cashback from either Quidco or Topcashback in the garden category too.
Edited by: "SavageGizmo" 15th Sep
Ordered, heat added. These are a brilliant bit of kit, my last one died and I've been waiting for the price to hit a sweet spot.
I've got a similar one but a few years old, don't use it that much but when I do it's fine! Noticed comments about TCB Via Amazon, I bought 2 items last month via their site but appears not to be tracked, anyone else had problems as I like the idea but if it doesn't work then is it worth the effort?
peterszy15/09/2019 10:06

I've got a similar one but a few years old, don't use it that much but …I've got a similar one but a few years old, don't use it that much but when I do it's fine! Noticed comments about TCB Via Amazon, I bought 2 items last month via their site but appears not to be tracked, anyone else had problems as I like the idea but if it doesn't work then is it worth the effort?



If it doesnt track put a manual claim in. Thats what I do at Quidco and they usually sort it.
Thanks for that score01 I've just put a claim in! Let see what happens now.
PawelZarzycki15/09/2019 08:05

Good, just pity it doesn’t include car cleaning nozzle or brush



Or patio cleaner
Stupid description says it has a universal motor, but its scary weight (17.1kg) definitely means it has an induction motor. That weight is the downside of the thing.
Read a tip off Amazon reviews for a Nilfisk C135 owner to discard the cheap plastic tap connector that comes with the machine, apparently this leaks when used. This is the part that attachs to the main water inlet of the power washer, instead use a Solid brass 3/4" BSP to 1/2" tap connector and insert a 3/4" tap washer inside it leaving the hole in the middle the same size as it apparently increases the water pressure. it needs a bit of forceful pressure to make it fit snug inside the connnector but is made easier by smearing with vaseline inside the internal brass thread, also smear on the inlet pressure washer thread of the power washer this will help with any future on/off removal, then tighten with vice grips, this should then make a non-leaking connection. Then simply connect your hose pipe quick connector onto it.

Toolstation stock them. £1.78 - £1.46
38465523-kk7tY.jpg
Edited by: "Wowhats" 15th Sep
Wowhats15/09/2019 10:58

Read a tip off Amazon reviews for a Nilfisk C135 owner to discard the …Read a tip off Amazon reviews for a Nilfisk C135 owner to discard the cheap plastic tap connector that comes with the machine, apparently this leaks when used. This is the part that attachs to the main water inlet of the power washer, instead use a Solid brass 3/4" BSP to 1/2" tap connector and insert a 3/4" tap washer inside it leaving the hole in the middle the same size as it apparently increases the water pressure. it needs a bit of forceful pressure to make it fit snug inside the connnector but is made easier by smearing with vaseline inside the internal brass thread, also smear on the inlet pressure washer thread of the power washer this will help with any future on/off removal, then tighten with vice grips, this should then make a non-leaking connection. Then simply connect your hose pipe quick connector onto it. Toolstation stock them. £1.78 - £1.46[Image]



Some pressure washers release/leak pressurised water back into the hosepipe when they stop, and if you've got a hozelock type stop connector on the end of the hosepipe, the valve in it will stop the water flowing back into the hose and the pressurised water can split a plastic tap connector and make it leak, the pressure also stopped the trigger working on my cheap pressure washer and eventually split a brass tap connector I had replaced the original plastic one with.

I modified the stop connector on the end of my hose so the back flowing water could get behind the stop valve and push it open, still works properly as a stop connector.
Edited by: "melted" 15th Sep
melted15/09/2019 12:21

Some pressure washers release/leak pressurised water back into the …Some pressure washers release/leak pressurised water back into the hosepipe when they stop, and if you've got a hozelock type stop connector on the end of the hosepipe, the valve in it will stop the water flowing back into the hose and the pressurised water can split a plastic tap connector and make it leak, the pressure also stopped the trigger working on my cheap pressure washer and eventually split a brass tap connector I had replaced the original plastic one with.I modified the stop connector on the end of my hose so the back flowing water could get behind the stop valve and push it open, still works properly as a stop connector.


Useful information on the stop connector, I'm pretty sure you can buy one connector with a valve and one without, I presume the one without the valve would be more suited to a power washer if it does release water back into the hose, trouble is then we come into the rules and regulations of water bye laws which is then another story best left alone.
Can this one use water from a water but ? if so do you need a special connection.
Wowhats15/09/2019 13:14

Useful information on the stop connector, I'm pretty sure you can buy one …Useful information on the stop connector, I'm pretty sure you can buy one connector with a valve and one without, I presume the one without the valve would be more suited to a power washer if it does release water back into the hose, trouble is then we come into the rules and regulations of water bye laws which is then another story best left alone.


As far as I know there are no bye laws that require you to use a stop connector on your hose, just to be clear I mean a hose stop connector that cuts the water flow when you remove the hose nozzle, and not the double check valve fitted in the copper water pipe to the tap, which is a requirement.

The valve in a stop connector is pushed back to open it when you plug it in, they are not actually designed to work as an anti-flow back device, but there was nothing in the ones I've bought to stop the valve being pushed back further and sealing against the inlet due to the back pressure.

I'd guess it is possible by now some of the hose stop connector manufacturer's may have modified their designs and I've only tried a couple of makes.
Edited by: "melted" 15th Sep
melted15/09/2019 14:45

As far as I know there are no bye laws that require you to use a stop …As far as I know there are no bye laws that require you to use a stop connector on your hose, just to be clear I mean a hose stop connector that cuts the water flow when you remove the hose nozzle, and not the double check valve fitted in the copper water pipe to the tap, which is a requirement.The valve in a stop connector is pushed back to open it when you plug it in, they are not actually designed to work as an anti-flow back device, but there was nothing in the ones I've bought to stop the valve being pushed back further and sealing against the inlet due to the back pressure. I'd guess it is possible by now some of the hose stop connector manufacturer's may have modified their designs and I've only tried a couple of makes.



Looking on the Toolstation website they do an all brass 4 x piece set for £6.48 which incudes 3/4" BSP tap adaptor fits 1/2" outdoor tap,100mm spray nozzle and 2x 1/2" quick connectors, one with water stop, so I presume the other one must be free flowing with no water stop which should be okay for a pressure washer connection.

I see one customer comment were somebody said " The brass fittings set looks and feels good. However, one of the hosepipe end fittings has a 'water stop' feature. It works so well that not a drop of water comes out of your hose, whichever way round the hose is configured. A 6.5mm HSS drill cured the problem " and another said, " I did punch out the one way valve which did work, but they all restrict the flow so I prefer not to have them."

So it seems a simple modification can solve the valve stop problem with these quick connectors.
Wowhats15/09/2019 15:33

Looking on the Toolstation website they do an all brass 4 x piece set for …Looking on the Toolstation website they do an all brass 4 x piece set for £6.48 which incudes 3/4" BSP tap adaptor fits 1/2" outdoor tap,100mm spray nozzle and 2x 1/2" quick connectors, one with water stop, so I presume the other one must be free flowing with no water stop which should be okay for a pressure washer connection. I see one customer comment were somebody said " The brass fittings set looks and feels good. However, one of the hosepipe end fittings has a 'water stop' feature. It works so well that not a drop of water comes out of your hose, whichever way round the hose is configured. A 6.5mm HSS drill cured the problem " and another said, " I did punch out the one way valve which did work, but they all restrict the flow so I prefer not to have them."So it seems a simple modification can solve the valve stop problem with these quick connectors.


That looks identical to the set I bought most recently, I like the stop feature, and it is a long walk to the tap, so as a quick bodge, I used an inch or so of the stainless steel strip for securing windscreen wiper blades, bent into a 'U' shape with the ends bent outward into hooks so they clipped into the inlet (the side the hose clamp screws on), the hooks stop the valve making a good seal in the reverse direction, while still sealing when you unclip the nozzle.

My intention was to take the valve apart and grind a groove on the face of the inlet, one day I may get around to doing that.
Edited by: "melted" 15th Sep
You can use a water butt supply however you need an inline filter that is about 6" long that fits inside the house and filters out the gunge as there's normally a lot of it in a water butt! The inbuilt filter on the machine isn't good enough for brown water. Not too easy to source if I remember but eBay a good starting point!
Inside the hose is what I ment
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melted15/09/2019 15:59

That looks identical to the set I bought most recently, I like the stop …That looks identical to the set I bought most recently, I like the stop feature, and it is a long walk to the tap, so as a quick bodge, I used an inch or so of the stainless steel strip for securing windscreen wiper blades, bent into a 'U' shape with the ends bent outward into hooks so they clipped into the inlet (the side the hose clamp screws on), the hooks stop the valve making a good seal in the reverse direction, while still sealing when you unclip the nozzle.My intention was to take the valve apart and grind a groove on the face of the inlet, one day I may get around to doing that.



It's so satisfactory when you can adapt something else to solve and fix a problem.
I've got a basic cheap old homebase pressure washer that works fine. So don't really need this, can't think of how I would explain to the Mrs that I bought a new one, I barely have the time with 2 kids under 4 and full time work to wash the car. been dilly dallying for ages wether blue or yellow. But I got it any way.

Thanks op
The important thing about this model (and the others higher in the Nilfisk range) is the induction motor, as opposed to the universal motor in the cheaper units.
The induction motor is a heavier unit than the universal ones and bigger too, however they last longer, usually provide more power, are quieter running and last longer (generally).
I've been holding off buying this till it came down in price and have jumped on this bargain as my old C120 has been close to kicking the bucket for a while now.
Plus; amazon easy returns if it starts playing up.
Can top up amazon account £80 to get further £6 credit also
Bought, thanks! Also used the Amazon topup credit to get it reduced further 🤭🙃
Edited by: "michael.hayes" 15th Sep
Whats the warranty on this?
kickinkez15/09/2019 22:35

Whats the warranty on this?


2 year Nilfisk domestic warranty
Just bought it. Any recommendation what else do I need now for car washing?
PawelZarzycki15/09/2019 23:30

Just bought it. Any recommendation what else do I need now for car washing?


A car, power and water 💦
kickinkez15/09/2019 23:48

A car, power and water 💦


Don’t think so, need to buy special nozzle as far I as know and snow bottle? Special brush nozzle also....
PawelZarzycki15/09/2019 23:49

Don’t think so, need to buy special nozzle as far I as know and snow b …Don’t think so, need to buy special nozzle as far I as know and snow bottle? Special brush nozzle also....


Ouch
Wow that was quick, I ordered yesterday. Mines just been delivered and I'm not even a Prime Member, I went for free delivery and was expecting delivery for the end of the week.Thanks again OP for the deal.
Edited by: "Wowhats" 16th Sep
Shhh - Amazon don't want you to hear that!
Great quality control: the brass jet in the head with the pink dot is just rattling around free. Edit: oh, it's the rotating one so I guess it's supposed to be like that!

The water filter is already fitted.

And what are those two L-shaped bits of plastic for?
Edited by: "pibpob" 16th Sep
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