RAC 1650 Watt 70 Bar Pressure Washer  £34.95 delivered @ Zavvi
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RAC 1650 Watt 70 Bar Pressure Washer £34.95 delivered @ Zavvi

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Found 8th Sep 2010Made hot 8th Sep 2010
Not the usual 12-1300 watt rated ones.

Rated Pressure 70bar
Max pressure 140bar
Flow (l/min) 5.7L/min
Power 1650W
Brush motor with copper wires
High quality aluminium pump
Auto stop/ start function
Built-in thermal protector
Wheeled chassis
Std. accessory:
5m power cord with BS plug
3m pressure hose
Gun with two-way lance
nozzle cleaning pin
water inlet screw
Detergent bottle

UK spec - UK delivery only

30% off RAC breakdown when you purchase this product (conditions apply)

6 Comments

Good price - heated

Power consumption isnt much to go by tbh. If it was, my car is faster than yours because it has a higher mpg. Flow rate and rated pressure are the important specs here. And reading the description makes me laugh. Cant remember ever seeing such waffle to make something sound good. "Brush Motor with copper wires" - read cheap chinese motor - Brushless is best, and all motors good or bad have copper turnings, important is what TYPE of motor is it? If it's universal, not too good . High quality aluminium pump - read short life expectancy - aluminium is a SOFT metal that will very soon wear away under pressure and friction, best is brass.
Sorry for being negative, just want to say that it is a cheap pressure washer at a cheap price. Dont think the brand name means good quality. Good for the once a year spring clean, but if you want to use it once a week, buy a Nilfisk. Will cost twice as much, but wont leak and will last 10 times longer - real money saving.

Less than 100bar pressure ? Generally a waste of time..spend a bit more for a better machine..just my opinion..

clarence47a

try … try this...?http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nilfisk-X-Tra-Pressure-Washer-Cleaner/dp/B001TUYV1O/ref=sr_1_2/277-1527833-3205554?ie=UTF8&s=diy&qid=1283969795&sr=8-2

money better spent IMO. If you look at the power rating, and max pressure the RAC is "technically" better. However, the Nilfisk has a flow rate some 20% higher, meaning more real useable cleaning power. More water - more clean
Edited by: "czechoslovakia" 8th Sep 2010

czechoslovakia

Power consumption isnt much to go by tbh. If it was, my car is faster … Power consumption isnt much to go by tbh. If it was, my car is faster than yours because it has a higher mpg. Flow rate and rated pressure are the important specs here. And reading the description makes me laugh. Cant remember ever seeing such waffle to make something sound good. "Brush Motor with copper wires" - read cheap chinese motor - Brushless is best, and all motors good or bad have copper turnings, important is what TYPE of motor is it? If it's universal, not too good . High quality aluminium pump - read short life expectancy - aluminium is a SOFT metal that will very soon wear away under pressure and friction, best is brass. Sorry for being negative, just want to say that it is a cheap pressure washer at a cheap price. Dont think the brand name means good quality. Good for the once a year spring clean, but if you want to use it once a week, buy a Nilfisk. Will cost twice as much, but wont leak and will last 10 times longer - real money saving.



Seconded. However if you just want a washer for a little monthly work this might be ok but RAC generally put their name on crap. BUT it is only £35.......
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