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RYOBI 1800W 120Bar Pressure Washer - RPW120B - £59 @ Homebase
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RYOBI 1800W 120Bar Pressure Washer - RPW120B - £59 @ Homebase

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Posted 28th Jan

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Appears to be a good price for an 1800w washer - comes with a 3 year warranty.

£100 on amazon.

Same spec as the Karcher K3 - But that’s at least twice the price.

The Ryobi 1800W 120 bar Pressure Washer is great for general cleaning task around the house and garden. The unit comes equipped with a 5m high pressure hose, trigger gun, lance and turbo nozzle.

The ergonomic handle and large wheels provides great portability on uneven surface.

The 1800W electric motor delivers max. pressure of 120 bar and max. flow rate of 380 l/h.

Included turbo nozzle is great when extra power to remove dirt is needed.
Large wheels with integrated carrying handle for good portability
High-performance 1800W motor delivers a max pressure of 120 bar and max flow of 380 l/h
Includes on-board storage for trigger gun and high pressure hose
Small weight and compact design
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darren.keeney8 m ago

Also £59 at Homebase …Also £59 at Homebase https://www.homebase.co.uk/ryobi-1800w-120bar-pressure-washer-rpw120b_p489010


What!!!!! It's the same product. Shoulda gone to Specsavers
darren.keeney28/01/2019 20:19

Also £59 at Homebase …Also £59 at Homebase https://www.homebase.co.uk/ryobi-1800w-120bar-pressure-washer-rpw120b_p489010


The original post is for Homebase.
Bob_Jerunkle28/01/2019 20:24

The original post is for Homebase.


My bad! I saw it earlier from Homebase and just commented without looking
bartoon22 m ago

Can you connect to a normal hose ? 5m is not long enough from tap to drive


You connect your hose to the unit, the 5m hose is from the unit to the lance so your garden hose can be as long as you want.
Edited by: "Steecy" 28th Jan
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Have some wet heat.
darren.keeney28/01/2019 20:19

Also £59 at Homebase …Also £59 at Homebase https://www.homebase.co.uk/ryobi-1800w-120bar-pressure-washer-rpw120b_p489010


The original post is for Homebase.
darren.keeney8 m ago

Also £59 at Homebase …Also £59 at Homebase https://www.homebase.co.uk/ryobi-1800w-120bar-pressure-washer-rpw120b_p489010


What!!!!! It's the same product. Shoulda gone to Specsavers
Bob_Jerunkle28/01/2019 20:24

The original post is for Homebase.


My bad! I saw it earlier from Homebase and just commented without looking
Agreed, very good price. Thanks for posting @PennyTrader
Too bad, my karchers still going strong. You know I loves me some Ryobi
Anyone know if snow foam lance would be same fitment as Karcher?
The lance will very likely be universal fittings as available 20m hoses fit pretty much all makes of machine.
I used to power wash lorries for a 'living'.
Can you connect to a normal hose ? 5m is not long enough from tap to drive
On their website they have mentioned a "RAC730 RYOBI KARCHER ADAPTOR" not sure if its for the lance or for something else. Also can't seem to find a patio cleaner attachment on Ryobi's website although a kit is being advertised on Homebase for £25.
bartoon22 m ago

Can you connect to a normal hose ? 5m is not long enough from tap to drive


You connect your hose to the unit, the 5m hose is from the unit to the lance so your garden hose can be as long as you want.
Edited by: "Steecy" 28th Jan
Reserved thanku
Spot on
Hot!! Still really interested to know if a karcher fit snow lance could be made to fit it ? Had a search but can’t find anything on the fittings Ryobi use ?
Great cleaning around the house??? I think I've been using it wrong lol
Is there a way I can actually spray car washing soap onto the car with this?
Reserved thanks
bywateronline2 h, 31 m ago

Hot!! Still really interested to know if a karcher fit snow lance could be …Hot!! Still really interested to know if a karcher fit snow lance could be made to fit it ? Had a search but can’t find anything on the fittings Ryobi use ?


From what I can gather the connectors are similar to Lavor or Nilfisk in shape. Like you have found, there is not much info on it other than that and perhaps modifying the closest fit of the above. The lugs may need trimming but it is a pain and may waste money. I would look out for Karcher or Nilfisk.
No more Homebase near me now
Very good offer.. But poor reviews on this.. is anyone used this before
Ryobi is generally poor quality build and components but with high specification so it looks like you are getting a reasonable deal. From my experience I would look at alternative brands that specialise in manufacturing cleaning machines and equipment.
Would this pressure washer work with a water butt?
Don4329/01/2019 13:25

Ryobi is generally poor quality build and components but with high …Ryobi is generally poor quality build and components but with high specification so it looks like you are getting a reasonable deal. From my experience I would look at alternative brands that specialise in manufacturing cleaning machines and equipment.


I don't think it would be that bad considering its coming with a 3 year warranty.
bartoon3 h, 20 m ago

I assume …I assume https://www.homebase.co.uk/ryobi-foam-nozzle-for-ryobi-pressure-washers-rac726_p203118Would work for car snow foam?


This is a pretty small bottle - 400ml
People's opinon of quality is based on personal experience. Kaarcher is reputedly meant to be good quality, but my K2 almost caught fire after 3 uses, just inside its 2 year warranty.
IMO Any pressure washer can only be assumed to last for the length of its warranty.

ordered, thanks OP
onwe48c7tyg24 m ago

Would this pressure washer work with a water butt?


No, you're going to need a butt pump.
Don4329/01/2019 13:25

Ryobi is generally poor quality build and components but with high …Ryobi is generally poor quality build and components but with high specification so it looks like you are getting a reasonable deal. From my experience I would look at alternative brands that specialise in manufacturing cleaning machines and equipment.


Nilfisk is a decent make with good quality components.
I had a nilfisk for 5 years that stopped working after I let my sister borrow it so replaced a year ago with the same and now it's stopped working so gonna give this a go.
Which is better? Nilfisk or Ryobi
Nilfisk is supposed to be better but my last one only lasted 13 months
fazzy-bhoy29/01/2019 15:26

Nilfisk is a decent make with good quality components.


Nilfisk use metal pumps across their domestic range of pressure washers and use quality materials spot on
You need to drain your pressure washer after use and don’t let it freeze in an outdoor shed or garage or it will damage the pump unit
onwe48c7tyg2 h, 51 m ago

Would this pressure washer work with a water butt?


Need to check the specification if the pump unit will draw water from the water butt some manufacturers do some don’t
Don433 m ago

You need to drain your pressure washer after use and don’t let it freeze i …You need to drain your pressure washer after use and don’t let it freeze in an outdoor shed or garage or it will damage the pump unit


Make sure the water inlet to the machine has a filter guard or you could draw debris into the pump unit
Stumead2 h, 36 m ago

People's opinon of quality is based on personal experience. Kaarcher is …People's opinon of quality is based on personal experience. Kaarcher is reputedly meant to be good quality, but my K2 almost caught fire after 3 uses, just inside its 2 year warranty.IMO Any pressure washer can only be assumed to last for the length of its warranty.ordered, thanks OP


Good luck on the purchase hope its a good one the quality is based on the product components, design, specification and manufacturing not just personal experience that’s based on the application you use a specific machine. If you are cleaning your car once a week and cleaning your patio or driveway twice a year the ryobi might be a good experience for the user any more than that it’s a lottery if it will last the 2 year warranty.
jimboHUKD29/01/2019 14:34

I don't think it would be that bad considering its coming with a 3 year …I don't think it would be that bad considering its coming with a 3 year warranty.


Depends on the application and usage per day really if the components in a machine (any) are not good quality or it has a plastic pump unit or cheap brush motor it will unlikely last a year in my opinion most manufacturers undertaking a warranty inspection over 6 months usage will ask use the application you use the machine and the hours per day you use it if the usage is over the duration period recommended or it’s deemed to be used in a commercial application they will void the warranty best read the small print on the warranties to avoid disappointment
has this all the fittings tubes e.t.c to work out the box ?

got a niflisk one ages ago and when i went to use it it needed extra fittings to work
Don4329/01/2019 17:17

Nilfisk use metal pumps across their domestic range of pressure washers …Nilfisk use metal pumps across their domestic range of pressure washers and use quality materials spot on


Metal pumps are generally perceived to be better than plastic and I would look to metal if possible but most of them use aluminium which can have problems of it's own an be little better than plastic. That is why a lot of the low to medium range washers develop leaks, Nilfisk, Karcher etc. Only when you get brass heads and pumps do they become less prone to problems in that area.
Higher range Karcher, Nilfisk and all Kranzle machines have brass. The price is normally beyond the weekend user. Induction motors are also more reliable. So really a plastic universal pump is about as bad as it gets. Built to a budget will last a certain number of hours use if you are lucky. So as said above, a guarantee is good but if you are without the machine all the time....
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