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Stanley 150 BAR Pressure Washer - £119.99 Delivered @ Screwfix
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Stanley 150 BAR Pressure Washer - £119.99 Delivered @ Screwfix

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Posted 4th Apr
I might get shot down on this one. Quite a new product so very little reviews available for it. I've ordered to collect on Monday so I'll see how it goes. A decent 2 year manufacturers guarantee just in case it falls apart straight away 😁

Compact and portable shell fits all accessories on-board for easy storage. Quick lock and release system for high pressure hose. Detergent tank for cleaning surfaces.

Brush Motor
440Ltr/hr Max. Flow Rate
8m Water Inlet Hose
Push-Button Start / Stop
Adjustable Spray Nozzle
Water Inlet Filter
Without Storage Facility
2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
Includes Patio Cleaner
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Dennis.Bell04/04/2020 19:24

I'n what way is this an essential purchase ?


Surely ordering online is different than going to stand in a queue at a store if ordering on line is not allowed either then there is going to be so many bussinesses going under ?
Dennis.Bell04/04/2020 19:24

I'n what way is this an essential purchase ?


You've not seen my drive 😳
snoopy1804/04/2020 20:31

On here some people carry as as though the rules don’t apply to them


Haha jesus, how sad you must be. Tell me where it says you can’t buy online?
Dennis.Bell04/04/2020 19:24

I'n what way is this an essential purchase ?


Why are you even on a shopping deal site then as most of anything on here will be deemed un-essential? To troll people? I suggest you take your keyboard warrioring to another place.
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Oh and don't Forget TCB. I've just received £2 in my account... Every little helps!
150 bar is decent. Id be tempted if I didn't already have an old karcher one
£25 in b&q but not stocked in my location
Hugh_McGrath04/04/2020 19:02

150 bar is decent. Id be tempted if I didn't already have an old karcher …150 bar is decent. Id be tempted if I didn't already have an old karcher one


Wow.... And not good reviews to be fair. I might cancel my order...
Yellow and black copy - not a Karcher
I'n what way is this an essential purchase ?
packard04/04/2020 19:20

Yellow and black copy - not a Karcher


Yeah. But it has decent reviews on the screwfix website. Just seen the reviews on B&Q though...
Dennis.Bell04/04/2020 19:24

I'n what way is this an essential purchase ?


You've not seen my drive 😳
Was going to buy this but reviews put me off.. would be interested to hear people’s experiences.
Simonlovell10004/04/2020 19:45

Was going to buy this but reviews put me off.. would be interested to hear …Was going to buy this but reviews put me off.. would be interested to hear people’s experiences.


Yeah, would be good to hear if anyone has any experience of using one...
Dennis.Bell04/04/2020 19:24

I'n what way is this an essential purchase ?


On here some people carry as as though the rules don’t apply to them
Edited by: "snoopy18" 4th Apr
Dennis.Bell04/04/2020 19:24

I'n what way is this an essential purchase ?


Surely ordering online is different than going to stand in a queue at a store if ordering on line is not allowed either then there is going to be so many bussinesses going under ?
aandyr12304/04/2020 19:25

Yeah. But it has decent reviews on the screwfix website. Just seen the …Yeah. But it has decent reviews on the screwfix website. Just seen the reviews on B&Q though...


The one on B&Q is the old model hence the clearance price and no availability
Ah... I didn't know it was an older model...
Used this the other day. Great product. Seems very durable and much better than the Karchers I've used. Heat added.
jeh1236904/04/2020 22:34

Used this the other day. Great product. Seems very durable and much better …Used this the other day. Great product. Seems very durable and much better than the Karchers I've used. Heat added.


That's reassuring. Have you had it long or only just bought it. My Karcher started making an strange sound and then started smoking this afternoon
snoopy1804/04/2020 20:31

On here some people carry as as though the rules don’t apply to them


Haha jesus, how sad you must be. Tell me where it says you can’t buy online?
I've had 3 Karchers. All lasted about half a dozen uses. This one I bought has been used by all family members. Seems sturdier more well built. Heavier too in a good way. Feels durable. So far so good. 2 year warranty too. My thoughts anyways.
I've been looking at this one. My last Karcher got used about twice a year to clean the garden. Broke in its third year......that's 6 uses from new, never buying a Karcher again!
Sgbull05/04/2020 00:11

I've been looking at this one. My last Karcher got used about twice a year …I've been looking at this one. My last Karcher got used about twice a year to clean the garden. Broke in its third year......that's 6 uses from new, never buying a Karcher again!


Yes, mine only got used once, maybe twice a year. Admitedly, I didn't store it brilliant, although it was always dry and mine has broke after about 4 years. That's what has made me look elsewhere.
indianajon05/04/2020 09:15

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We tried that but look what happened a few weekends ago, the public were being idiots and not social distancing because we had nice weather so they all wanted to be outside. Come the Monday night we've got these restrictions
If we didn't do this then the NHS would be completely overwhelmed. We've only got ourselves to blame as we didn't listen and follow the advice so that's why we are treated like children
I see a few threads here saying that they have had their pressure washers die on them and they then buy new ones. I have had two and my fathers plus a work colleagues break down and in all cases it has been a simple fix of just replacing a large capacitor,(cost around a fiver), It would seem more sense to me to have a quick look on youtube or local repair group that seem to be popping up for a cheap repair. I appreciate that not all will be simple but I don't see the harm in saving a few quid where posssible.
indianajon05/04/2020 09:15

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Sweden generally has a splendid attitude to life, lagom and social responsibility. The UK has a significant % of absolute morons and an ever larger % of people who think rules and regulations don't apply to them and can be bent/broken. Harsh lockdown conditions are the best way to minimise the number of people dying. I couldn't give a flying one about the economy. When was profit more important than lives? Do you really care about keeping Philip Green and the likes of him in luxury yachts?
Purchased, will give it a go. Thanks mate.
Had a karcher k4 before this. About 10 uses over 3 years and broke. Smoke and water leak internally on final use. Picked this washer up, thanks for posting this! Can only say it beats the k4 on performance hands down. Excellent washer, very powerful and easy to assemble and operate. Feels solid enough but time will tell if it lasts.
Dennis.Bell05/04/2020 11:04

Sweden generally has a splendid attitude to life, lagom and social …Sweden generally has a splendid attitude to life, lagom and social responsibility. The UK has a significant % of absolute morons and an ever larger % of people who think rules and regulations don't apply to them and can be bent/broken. Harsh lockdown conditions are the best way to minimise the number of people dying. I couldn't give a flying one about the economy. When was profit more important than lives? Do you really care about keeping Philip Green and the likes of him in luxury yachts?


Not talking about Philip Green or any other billionaire but ordinary people like you (presumably) and I who will see our jobs, livelihoods, savings and pensions decimated and taxes increased for years to come. We only have ourselves to blame for the significant % of morons and law breakers after decades of liberal policies promoting a ticking off over proper punishment. Why not crack down on them and let sensible people get on with their lives?
Can't decide between this one and a Nilfisk E145. £110 difference in price. Going to mainly be used for Decking, block drive, cars and conservatory
derryneeve05/04/2020 10:35

I see a few threads here saying that they have had their pressure washers …I see a few threads here saying that they have had their pressure washers die on them and they then buy new ones. I have had two and my fathers plus a work colleagues break down and in all cases it has been a simple fix of just replacing a large capacitor,(cost around a fiver), It would seem more sense to me to have a quick look on youtube or local repair group that seem to be popping up for a cheap repair. I appreciate that not all will be simple but I don't see the harm in saving a few quid where posssible.


Can you help I've got a nilfisk which may have this problem where to get parts or any help in fixing appreciated. When I press the trigger nothing happens bug if I disconnect the lance hose the motor starts up so it may be I believe the start stop switch?? Only had it a couple of years do reluctant to bin it tbh
jeh1236904/04/2020 22:55

I've had 3 Karchers. All lasted about half a dozen uses. This one I bought …I've had 3 Karchers. All lasted about half a dozen uses. This one I bought has been used by all family members. Seems sturdier more well built. Heavier too in a good way. Feels durable. So far so good. 2 year warranty too. My thoughts anyways.


The two year warranty seems like enough to make it worth considering. I went with a K4 compact from CleanStore for £139.99 which has fewer accessories, and a little lower pressure and water throughput, but is generally well reviewed and had 4 years warranty; I think if the Stanley had more reviews both pro and from buyers I might have gone with it.
There are a few nilfisk pressure washer repair videos on youtube if you are lucky your model and problem may be one of them. I would suggest it is a good place to start. Goodluck and happy hunting.
misterboumsong05/04/2020 19:21

Can you help I've got a nilfisk which may have this problem where to get …Can you help I've got a nilfisk which may have this problem where to get parts or any help in fixing appreciated. When I press the trigger nothing happens bug if I disconnect the lance hose the motor starts up so it may be I believe the start stop switch?? Only had it a couple of years do reluctant to bin it tbh

This looks very similar to the one in aldi for £80 and that has 3 year warranty. I have one. Brilliant.
Dennis.Bell04/04/2020 19:24

I'n what way is this an essential purchase ?


Why are you even on a shopping deal site then as most of anything on here will be deemed un-essential? To troll people? I suggest you take your keyboard warrioring to another place.
Does this work from a water butt?
Oliver_Hollis05/04/2020 22:05

This looks very similar to the one in aldi for £80 and that has 3 year …This looks very similar to the one in aldi for £80 and that has 3 year warranty. I have one. Brilliant.


Does this come with a patio cleaner though. The picture shows some sort of brush attachment but the reviews suggest otherwise. A patio attachment is important for my needs.
lshack9705/04/2020 22:07

Does this work from a water butt?


Yes. Again. I would be interested to know that.
I can give it a go when I get mine and let you know
aandyr12305/04/2020 22:12

Does this come with a patio cleaner though. The picture shows some sort of …Does this come with a patio cleaner though. The picture shows some sort of brush attachment but the reviews suggest otherwise. A patio attachment is important for my needs.


No but can buy separate for £15
Oliver_Hollis05/04/2020 22:05

This looks very similar to the one in aldi for £80 and that has 3 year …This looks very similar to the one in aldi for £80 and that has 3 year warranty. I have one. Brilliant.


Is that still on now? Or was this a past deal?
flegg05/04/2020 22:22

Is that still on now? Or was this a past deal?


Says, sold out online. But can buy in store.
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