Maybe I just got a bad one. After being able to compare it to the Lavor and the Spear and Jackson it's just poor in comparison. It's very light in weight as well when compared so not sure what's inside it. The spec says it has an aluminium pump. I did look at the C125 but one thing I didn't like on the Nilfisk and Bosch was the detergent gun as I prefer an onboard tank. Horses for courses as with a tank you have to drain the detergent out if you want to swap detergent. Also the on board tanks only operate detergent at low pressure. The Spear and Jackson has performed quite well so far.
I read a lot of reviews on Amazon that said the same about the C120 machine I bought last week from them but I just can't understand it, unless it's something to do with water pressure. :/ Granted mine is the C120 so 5psi more pressure, but I don't think that would make a difference. I used mine last weekend to clean our decking and paths that had 5 years worth of green sludge, mud, moss and algae and it was perfect, cleaned them all up to like new and just went on and on even when I was using it for hours none stop. It even took the green paint off the rear decking rails that we painted about 4 years ago - took the paint clean off down to bare wood, which previously only sandpaper would touch!! Much to my wife's annoyance though as she liked it painted!! :D There's no way I would clean my car with the C120 as it would probably take the paint off that also!!
Actually only 80 bar operating pressure. The 110 bar is the maximum pump pressure like when you first turn it on. I have this model and don't rate it at all. Nowhere near as good as my dad's Lavor machine purchased from Lidl and not as good as my Spear and Jackson 1800 watt washer. Conflicting spec on the litres per hour depending on where you look. For the record mine was £54.99 from Argos a while back with all the extras and certainly not a model I would buy again. If anyone lives in Hull you can have my nilfisk for £15, used twice. Cleans the car well but no good for green algae on patios.
Brilliant quality item! :)
https://pressurewasherreviewer.co.uk/karcher-vs-nilfisk-pressure-washer-what-rules-the-game/ Avoid below K4 KArchers, they are air cooled pumps and dont last. Higher models are water cooled and last longer. i had the original K4 from 2004, but the hose on it sprung a leak due to wear and tear, i couldnt source alternative because the fittings have changed over 14 years. Purchased a K7 for £300. Makes life soo much easier with 180 bar pressure :D