Worx Hydroshot £94.98 at Toolstation
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Worx Hydroshot £94.98 at Toolstation

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Found 27th Mar
Battery powered pressure washer, under £100, no delivery stock but there is stock around the branches. Unfortunately they don't seem to do the bottle adapter so you can run it from a pop bottle screwed into the device but does include the siphon pipe to run from a bucket.

Dual system in one: power cleaning and watering.
• 1 x 2.0Ah Li-Ion battery
• 5 hour charger
• Water flow rate: 120L per hour
• Charging time: 5 hours
• Self priming function enables water to be drawn from bucket, pool, river etc

Supplied with carry case. Quick connection with domestic garden hose/tap. High and low pressure settings with different spray patterns. Long and short wand working modes: 22bar 16 minutes, 6.5bar 30 minutes.
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120 litres an Hour doesn't sound alot?
New 40v version available stateside at the moment so probably selling off for new model.
more expensive at B&Q
Hydrosh*t more like.

Some things just don't need to be battery powered. What a stupid gimmick.

Oh and, battery powered so no annoying cord right? Just the annoying hose pipe tethering you to the wall then.
Edited by: "Roger_Irrelevant" 27th Mar
Roger_Irrelevant24 m ago

Hydrosh*t more like.Some things just don't need to be battery powered. …Hydrosh*t more like.Some things just don't need to be battery powered. What a stupid gimmick. Oh and, battery powered so no annoying cord right? Just the annoying hose pipe tethering you to the wall then.



And what if you've no mains available? And maybe no convenient tap to run a hose from, this will work from a bucket. A backpack for the water would be more convenient though.

Eg you want to jet wash your boat trailer or launch vehicle after pulling your boat out of the sea as you don't want them going rusty.
melted1 h, 50 m ago

And what if you've no mains available? And maybe no convenient tap to run …And what if you've no mains available? And maybe no convenient tap to run a hose from, this will work from a bucket. A backpack for the water would be more convenient though.Eg you want to jet wash your boat trailer or launch vehicle after pulling your boat out of the sea as you don't want them going rusty.


Use a back mounted pump action pressure sprayer, it will have more pressure than this and last longer than the 16 minutes this does.
So it's a 5 hour recharge for a 16 minute squirt.
Edited by: "GaryDIY" 28th Mar
I purchased one of these from Toolstation (cheapest online) and am very pleased with the product. Portability is the main feature and the pressure is pretty good too, not too powerful to strip the coating off the motorhome and to damage the seals on the motorbike. The battery life is pleasing, just plug and charge straight after.
Good price if you dont need extras,i got from Argos with some extras for 120 ,Love the idea as it is portable,i keep in my car boot and i live in an apartment,i can wash my car more frequenctly and found battery to be just enought for 1 full car wash that is rinse,foam and rinse .Note it is by no means to replace a mains pressure washer but it is a product category with power in between Garden hose and mains pressure washer.
I wish i could find the 2litre bottle Adapter accessory which will make it even more perfect for a quick rinse.
Edited by: "nauman47" 22nd Apr
I have one of these use it to wash my caravan when in secure storage which has no power or water supply it takes me about 30 LTRs of water and 3 battery's to rinse foam and rinse again and for extra battery's you can pick up the Erbauer rechargeable battery's from Scewfix which work out a lot cheaper then the worx ones and work just as good.
Edited by: "sonygeezer" 13th May
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