This deal was published more than 2 weeks ago and may no longer be available.
Ozito pressure washer £59.99 Aldi with free delivery
247°

Ozito pressure washer £59.99 Aldi with free delivery

£59.99 Free P&P FreeAldi Deals
22
Posted 15th Jun
Just found this on Aldi as I've been looking for a pressure washer myself. A newbie @HUKD so if I've missed anything apologies in advance.


Ozito Pressure washer
Product Ref: 706784396667700
Product Information
Brand: Ozito

Cable Length: 3m (approx.)

Dimensions: 25.7 x 25.2 x 47.1cm (approx.)

Product Type: Pressure Washers & Cleaners

Wattage: 1300W

Weight: 6.7kg (approx.)

Now you can tackle any outdoor cleaning job with this Ozito Pressure Washer. Ideal for cleaning most surfaces outside, your patio, decking and driveway will be left looking as good as new. Including a variety of attachments and accessories, you can be sure that this pressure washer is has everything you need to get the job done.

Contents
1x High pressure cleaner
1x 3m High pressure hose
1x Deck & patio cleaner
1x Spray nozzle
1x Detergent spray bottle
1x Gun
1x Lance
1x Accessory holder
1x Hose Connector
1x Cleaning needle
1x Instructions manual
1x Easy starting guide
Features
Permissible pressure: 100bar (1450psi)
Rated pressure: 70bar (1015psi)
Rater flow: 5.7L/min
Max. inlet pressure: 6bar (87psi)
High pressure hose


Guarantee/Warranty 2 years
Community Updates

Groups

22 Comments
Same price homebase and has been £45 previously, so perhaps not that hot. Has all the gubbins but inclined still to say Nilfisk.
ggfergy15/06/2020 08:55

Same price homebase and has been £45 previously, so perhaps not that hot. …Same price homebase and has been £45 previously, so perhaps not that hot. Has all the gubbins but inclined still to say Nilfisk.


Do the others have 3 year warranty too?
jouster15/06/2020 08:58

Do the others have 3 year warranty too?


2 years on Nilfisk, but I've had mine 4 no issues. As you tend to only use pressure washers during summer months, you don't know it's not working until you go and try it next summer.

Prefer to go with know brand higher spec model, rather than something that conks out after 3 years 1 month. (This is 1300 Watts vs 1400 watts on the nilFisk) I had a karcher that was working fine when I put it away and the plastic section inside cracked due to cold temperatures in the winter. Lot more metal parts in the Nilfisk
I’ve had a Parkside one for 7 years with zero issues and only moved on as I got a great deal on a K4.

Think lots of people like the idea of longer warranty though for the “what if” but as you say most warranties have gone when things go pop
For some reason i have an impression that OZITO is a really bad brand
Try screwfix. They have one with 130 bar pressure for £85. Much better in my opinion
ggfergy15/06/2020 09:02

2 years on Nilfisk, but I've had mine 4 no issues. As you tend to only use …2 years on Nilfisk, but I've had mine 4 no issues. As you tend to only use pressure washers during summer months, you don't know it's not working until you go and try it next summer.Prefer to go with know brand higher spec model, rather than something that conks out after 3 years 1 month. (This is 1300 Watts vs 1400 watts on the nilFisk) I had a karcher that was working fine when I put it away and the plastic section inside cracked due to cold temperatures in the winter. Lot more metal parts in the Nilfisk


Or my Nilfisk 2 years 2 months and got a lovely smoke and sparks show. Just bought a 'no name' with 3 year warranty.
Had this in b&m in Dundee yesterday for same price if it helps
For those weighing these up, the Nilfisk C110 has a normal working pressure of 80 bar compared with 70 on this, but then again the flow rate is higher on this so it probably evens out speed wise on the whole...
Edited by: "ddaann_99" 15th Jun
I got one of these from Homebase when they were £45. More than capable at washing the car and cleaning the patio.

Obviously not as powerful as more expensive models, but more than adequate for day to day use
For anyone considering ordering this online from Aldi just a word of caution but they use the courier "XPD" to deliver items purchased online in some cases.

You better check the reviews of this cowboy outfit on Trustpilot (XDP) before you make a decision that may cause you a lot of stress!

A lot of very bad experiences, especially if an item arrives damaged and you need to return.

You cannot take to local store and can wait weeks for collection and refunds.

Seems like they are the new worst courier in the UK.
I am returning my horrible Nilfisk to Argos as it hardly worked properly ever since bought it so be careful when buying this brand, I know some of them work well but I haven’t been lucky at all.
it seems the karcher attachments will fit. Can anyone onfirm
Seems a good price especially with accessories. Same price from homebase also.
homebase.co.uk/ozi…als
I have one of these from when homebase had it on. Good for washing the car but the bottle that comes with this is crap and will not work for snow foam, had to buy a snow foam lance from amazon with the brass fitting.
Im sure this works fine, but i have a low end Karcher one currently that i'm looking to upgrade from, i've had it years but i dont use it that much because i've always found it a pain to use because of the short hose. This one is the same. If trying to go round a car for example 3m is really annoying.
Lakesman15/06/2020 10:08

For anyone considering ordering this online from Aldi just a word of …For anyone considering ordering this online from Aldi just a word of caution but they use the courier "XPD" to deliver items purchased online in some cases.You better check the reviews of this cowboy outfit on Trustpilot (XDP) before you make a decision that may cause you a lot of stress!A lot of very bad experiences, especially if an item arrives damaged and you need to return.You cannot take to local store and can wait weeks for collection and refunds.Seems like they are the new worst courier in the UK.


"Seems like they are the new worst courier in the UK."

made me chuckle
ggfergy15/06/2020 09:02

2 years on Nilfisk, but I've had mine 4 no issues. As you tend to only use …2 years on Nilfisk, but I've had mine 4 no issues. As you tend to only use pressure washers during summer months, you don't know it's not working until you go and try it next summer.Prefer to go with know brand higher spec model, rather than something that conks out after 3 years 1 month. (This is 1300 Watts vs 1400 watts on the nilFisk) I had a karcher that was working fine when I put it away and the plastic section inside cracked due to cold temperatures in the winter. Lot more metal parts in the Nilfisk


Sounds like you didn't empty the Karcher correctly. Sorry to call you out but they get a lot of rap and when I quiz people on it I've found they usually aren't following the instructions properly

-let water flow in for up to a minute before turning on. Then prime trigger, then turn on
-after use, turn off, disconnect hose, press trigger till water empties, turn on briefly to ensure empty, turn off quickly

Etc
BraddersJ16/06/2020 10:38

Sounds like you didn't empty the Karcher correctly. Sorry to call you out …Sounds like you didn't empty the Karcher correctly. Sorry to call you out but they get a lot of rap and when I quiz people on it I've found they usually aren't following the instructions properly -let water flow in for up to a minute before turning on. Then prime trigger, then turn on-after use, turn off, disconnect hose, press trigger till water empties, turn on briefly to ensure empty, turn off quicklyEtc


I don't disagree. It was the plastic piece inside that was about a tenner to fix that I replaced. But the fact that it has a component in it that is so fallible is ridiculous. The Nilfisk component is metal so it doesn't have the same problem
Excellent first post @Supathi Thanks for sharing and welcome to hotukdeals
focus552215/06/2020 13:50

I have one of these from when homebase had it on. Good for washing the car …I have one of these from when homebase had it on. Good for washing the car but the bottle that comes with this is crap and will not work for snow foam, had to buy a snow foam lance from amazon with the brass fitting.


I give the bottle that came with it a go this weekend seemed ok... But just out of curiosity what fitting did you buy that fits it? Maybe give a proper snow foam lance a go with it!
Post a comment

Deal posting newbie! This is Supathi first deal post. Help out by leaving a posting tip or just to show your appreciation for their contribution.

Avatar
@
    Text