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WORX 18V 20V MAX Cordless HYDROSHOT Portable Pressure Washer £78.90 @ Amazon Warehouse Like New
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WORX 18V 20V MAX Cordless HYDROSHOT Portable Pressure Washer £78.90 @ Amazon Warehouse Like New

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Posted 1st Dec 2019

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WORX WG629E.1 18V 20V MAX Cordless HYDROSHOT Portable Pressure Cleaner FULL KIT, on warehouse deal "like new" 20% discount applied upon checking out..
Amazon grading system has not been exactly reliable, however from past experiences, sometimes you practically get a Brand spanking new item which just a slight damage to the packing or a pile of s***
I have purchased one of these for myself, the video on Amazon's page convinced me, so has the reviews. I hope this helps someone
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I have this, its rather underpowered (as in very underpowered). Handy if you need something mobile at short notice but it is not replacement for a real powerwasher. If you do get this, absolutely buy the pop bottle adapter - you can attach an old coke bottle with water and hose off muck without having to grab the hose pipe.

If you want a self syphoning jet washer check out the Bosch series - they are usually around the 50-80 quid

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Edited by: "TeamMCS" 1st Dec 2019
Mine was as new. And is perfect for someone like me living in a 3rd floor flat. With no access to a power or water outlet.
TeamMCS01/12/2019 16:38

I have this, its rather underpowered (as in very underpowered). Handy if …I have this, its rather underpowered (as in very underpowered). Handy if you need something mobile at short notice but it is not replacement for a real powerwasher. If you do get this, absolutely buy the pop bottle adapter - you can attach an old coke bottle with water and hose off muck without having to grab the hose pipe.If you want a self syphoning jet washer check out the Bosch series - they are usually around the 50-80 quidrefhttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bosch-easyaquatak-110-high-pressure-washer-self-siphoning-3352719


REALLY this is not any where near a proper jet washer ( battery and bucket feed)and the one you highlighted where is the rechargeable battery and if it's a cable one(yours) why not buy Karscher one
i imported the American version ( WORX WG644 ) . much more powerfull ,510 psi. fantastic for washing the car as i have no outside power.
shotatdawn01/12/2019 16:55

REALLY this is not any where near a proper jet washer ( battery and …REALLY this is not any where near a proper jet washer ( battery and bucket feed)and the one you highlighted where is the rechargeable battery and if it's a cable one(yours) why not buy Karscher one


I think that was mostly English?

The one I linked too is mains powered but it self siphons like this Hydroshot which is why I suggested it.

If you want a 'proper' power washer, sure Karscher or Vax is the way to go, a nice 2500 watt jobby will strip the paint off a wall.
Edited by: "TeamMCS" 1st Dec 2019
I have no outside power, so tend to use an outdoor extension... Have some people not thought of this as a solution than buying an underpowered pressure washer for £80?
Mega price.
I run a cycling brand and use these for cleaning demo bikes before going back into the van. Also use one at the office for cleaning customer bikes. And the work cars.
If you want a portability pressure washer that will do a great job, this is it.

Even use it for cleaning the decking and gutters at home.

If you’re looking for something to strip the paint from your patio, and have outside water and power, then buy a “proper” jet wash
This thread seems very mixed.. are we saying this is good enough to wash a car (a normal dirty car not one just back from the WRC) or not?
TeamMCS01/12/2019 17:19

I think that was mostly English? The one I linked too is mains powered but …I think that was mostly English? The one I linked too is mains powered but it self siphons like this Hydroshot which is why I suggested it.If you want a 'proper' power washer, sure Karscher or Vax is the way to go, a nice 2500 watt jobby will strip the paint off a wall.


So it is not like the hydroshot at all - that uses a recharge battery and your option is mains operated one - simple English I think
I bought one, used it and returned it. The charger is very slow compared to the units run time.
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