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Worx Hydroshot full kit - £107.20 @ Amazon
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Worx Hydroshot full kit - £107.20 @ Amazon

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Posted 8th JunEdited by:"micronX7"
These have been around for a good while. I can see they have their uses but they are not going to offer the power of a plug in pressure washer. Very light cleaning, soft dirt, watering plants high up perhaps.

Handy to take out to muddy areas and events, clean boots, car etc. You can use water from the bucket, even river water.
They have been a bit cheaper but this is the best for a while and very good compared to other sellers such as QCV who are not badly priced themselves for this.

From the site.

Product Description
The WORX Hydroshot redefines the way you spray water to remove dirt, dust and grime anytime, anywhere.Unlike conventional pressure Washers that require a bulky body unit, a mains connection and a garden hose attached to a tap, The Hydroshot runs on a Powershare battery and draws fresh water from any source I.E. Buckets, ponds, bottles, rivers… perfect for countless applications around the home and on the go, including bikes, decks, patios, windows, gutters, tools and outdoor furniture.Capable of 320Psi (22bar) water pressure, up to 10 times a water hose. Multiple pressure settings control jet stream intensity. Rotating head allows Switching from mist through to pulsating sprayer capable of eliminating caked-on dirt.Complete with 3-year warranty (online registration required). the Hydroshot includes the 20V Powershare battery that you can also use to power your other WORX 20V tools. Share the batteries, save money!
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Love ours!
No leads, no hoses, no pressure.
ChilasPT08/06/2019 09:19

Love ours!


So do the vast majority who buy it, 4.2 out of 5 on Amazon and QVC often sell out at nearly £138. Not liked too much on here so far it seems
i like mine bought for £106 from amazon last year, great for washing the car or getting bird *hit off the patio without the hassle of getting the karcher out the hose pipe and electric extension lead out, this is fast and simple.
Love ours even though also have a nilfisk pressure washer. Light portable and flexible
bbbking08/06/2019 11:38

i like mine bought for £106 from amazon last year, great for washing the …i like mine bought for £106 from amazon last year, great for washing the car or getting bird *hit off the patio without the hassle of getting the karcher out the hose pipe and electric extension lead out, this is fast and simple.



sadsacdeals08/06/2019 11:50

Love ours even though also have a nilfisk pressure washer. Light portable …Love ours even though also have a nilfisk pressure washer. Light portable and flexible


Comments like this make me want to get one, I only went to check regular washers but when I saw this price I thought it was worth sharing. .
That's exactly what I got ours for. We live in a flat, and don't have mains out by the carpark, or a tap for that matter, so I have a 20m hose from the bathrooms feeding a bucket in the carpark, and the worx is grabbing the water from the bucket.

I use it to wash the cars every week, and to get rid of bird droppings daily whenever I see them (I use a couple of coke bottles with water for that) I'm very pleased with it. I even got a couple of extra 3Ah batteries from BQ for 20quid I think. (I posted that deal q couple of months ago).
Great for the connected to the hose
Neighbour(older gentleman) recently bought one - loves it, he has a conventional pressure washer too, but, thats a faff.
-loves the convenience of this worx product, and impressed by its power.
Cheaper and more portable. Have one for cleaning windows and frames and removing bird droppings from car.
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shapas08/06/2019 10:05

No leads, no hoses, no pressure.


You'd certainly get no pressure if you didn't have a hose. Water just appears in the tool I take it? Don't tell the water companies, they'll buy them all up.
Fighting against the cold. Although not sure why, I recon in a few months I wouldn't be without mine.

Ideal for car and bikes (road/mountain) because of the convenience.

Yes the battery provided is rubbish and only lasts about 25-30 mins but it's (just) enough.
mac909108/06/2019 16:58

Fighting against the cold. Although not sure why, I recon in a few months …Fighting against the cold. Although not sure why, I recon in a few months I wouldn't be without mine.Ideal for car and bikes (road/mountain) because of the convenience.Yes the battery provided is rubbish and only lasts about 25-30 mins but it's (just) enough.


I half expected it to be cold but it is a good price for anyone who may be looking. I imagine a few will have sold as a result but you would not think so

Thank you for your comment though
micronX708/06/2019 17:14

I half expected it to be cold but it is a good price for anyone who may be …I half expected it to be cold but it is a good price for anyone who may be looking. I imagine a few will have sold as a result but you would not think soThank you for your comment though


Some of the decent deals go cold on here and I don't get why.

Then again it is subjective.
Any views on the brushless version that comes with a 4ah battery and fast charger ? (Wg630)
Wg630 has No extra power. Just a larger battery. Not worth the extra money.
The old style erbauer batteries fit worx powershare, also guild
Cheers

One thing that is stopping me going for the hydroshot is there pressure washers with self priming pumps for not much more that can draw water from a bucket , etc. However, I think the hydroshot can take much warmer water (I forget what it’s spec’d tothan your typical pressure washer (40C)
Oh and the slow charger
ashman3308/06/2019 20:37

CheersOne thing that is stopping me going for the hydroshot is there …CheersOne thing that is stopping me going for the hydroshot is there pressure washers with self priming pumps for not much more that can draw water from a bucket , etc. However, I think the hydroshot can take much warmer water (I forget what it’s spec’d tothan your typical pressure washer (40C)


My hydroshot self primes and draws water from a bucket just fine. Haven't tried warm water.
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