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WORX WG625E 18V (20V MAX) Cordless Hydroshot Portable Pressure Cleaner £89.99 @ Amazon
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WORX WG625E 18V (20V MAX) Cordless Hydroshot Portable Pressure Cleaner £89.99 @ Amazon

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WORX WG625E 18V (20V MAX) Cordless Hydroshot Portable Pressure Cleaner £89.99 @ Amazon
Posted 5th Sep
Portable cordless pressure washer with battery and 6m hose.

Also on eBay from Worx (positexworx) for same price reduced from 119.99
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Dray06/09/2020 08:33

Really don't see the point of this. It still needs a hose attached just …Really don't see the point of this. It still needs a hose attached just like a corded version. If you need to have a hose and/or cord attached anyway why bother paying more for a cordless version? Not voting either way as I'd stick to a cheaper corded version.


You can use it with the hose dropped in a bucket of water
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Really don't see the point of this. It still needs a hose attached just like a corded version. If you need to have a hose and/or cord attached anyway why bother paying more for a cordless version? Not voting either way as I'd stick to a cheaper corded version.
Dray06/09/2020 08:33

Really don't see the point of this. It still needs a hose attached just …Really don't see the point of this. It still needs a hose attached just like a corded version. If you need to have a hose and/or cord attached anyway why bother paying more for a cordless version? Not voting either way as I'd stick to a cheaper corded version.


You can use it with the hose dropped in a bucket of water
Now all you need is a water pack-pack, some strong dye, the ability to turn into a squid and you can play real life Splatoon!
sergy2k06/09/2020 08:42

You can use it with the hose dropped in a bucket of water


How quickly does it empty the bucket?
2l/min so 5 mins ish
sergy2k06/09/2020 08:42

You can use it with the hose dropped in a bucket of water


Really?
Great bit of kit if you don’t have an outdoor tap
Hullablue06/09/2020 10:25

Really?


Yeah we have one for cleaning the dogs off after a muddy walk we put warm water in the bucket for them
I really rate WORX stuff but this must attract more negative comment than any other in the range. People expect it to be a cordless version of a 'pressure washer' when it can't be anywhere near as powerful. It has its uses but it's also going to disappoint a lot of people. Be realistic.
sergy2k06/09/2020 08:42

You can use it with the hose dropped in a bucket of water



Still with a long flexible thing hanging and behind it or a shorter hose still dangling from it. One way or another a flexible cable/hose will be hanging from it. Cable is much less hassle than having to repeadedly fill a bucket of water. How much depends on the bucket size and how much a person fills it.

Plus it's pressure is likely less than a wired version and likely similar to cordless vacs where power declines as battery level drops. I'd prefer full power for longer than a minute or so or ever declining power.

I didn't add or subtract heat either way. I just fail to see the advantage for a cordless version of these when they bring disadvantages. If you and others are happy swapping one disadvantages for others thats fine too
Is this suitable to wash a car with?
Besford06/09/2020 11:07

I really rate WORX stuff but this must attract more negative comment than …I really rate WORX stuff but this must attract more negative comment than any other in the range. People expect it to be a cordless version of a 'pressure washer' when it can't be anywhere near as powerful. It has its uses but it's also going to disappoint a lot of people. Be realistic.


Yes, however they have 40v in the US which double the power, but dont know when we will get it
rakuten06/09/2020 13:33

Yes, however they have 40v in the US which double the power, but dont know …Yes, however they have 40v in the US which double the power, but dont know when we will get it


I would be interested to see how powerful the 40V are, for getting the thick off a bike when at the track (alternative would be a petrol pressure washer, or a mains generator, both heavy and bulky)
rakuten06/09/2020 13:33

Yes, however they have 40v in the US which double the power, but dont know …Yes, however they have 40v in the US which double the power, but dont know when we will get it


I think there is a 40v version here now (not confirmed but have seen on line) but it's still a bit of a niche item. Lots of unhappy reviews by people who thought this would have the power of a mains pressure washer (which is naive and would need an enormous water source).

Update: I did find this on a search:
wickes.co.uk/40V….ds
Edited by: "Besford" 6th Sep
Kimboball06/09/2020 13:43

I would be interested to see how powerful the 40V are, for getting the … I would be interested to see how powerful the 40V are, for getting the thick off a bike when at the track (alternative would be a petrol pressure washer, or a mains generator, both heavy and bulky)




Just saw this few days ago, this is the 3rd gen of hydroshot 725psi, but we still on the 1st gen in uk
sergy2k06/09/2020 08:42

You can use it with the hose dropped in a bucket of water


He is asking for a wiresless/ hoseless water supply over his home WiFi network.
andel9006/09/2020 13:08

Is this suitable to wash a car with?


I’d say it’s like a hose pie with slightly more pressure but not enough to get god results
wish someone can make one really powerful to come close to using a budget pressure washer
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