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Worx Hydroshot with Battery - £79.99 at amazon
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Worx Hydroshot with Battery - £79.99 at amazon

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Posted 6th Jun

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  • Portable water and cleaning device eliminates bulky hoses and cords
  • 3-4 times more pressure than garden hose & Nozzle
  • Adjustable Nozzle settings: 0°, 25°, 40°, shower, mist,
  • Dual system design: Watering and power cleaning
  • Single pressure control
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I’m a big fan of worx and have the lawnmower/drills etc but this is the one product I’m not overly keen on. It’s ok for washing the car but it’s not anything like a corded power washer.

If you live in an apartment it would be ideal as you don’t need a water source.

Still a good product for what it is but you shouldn’t expect or compare it to a corded machine.
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Full kit only 30 quid more as well...
I would pay the extra and get the brushless version
Rolefitleader06/06/2020 16:12

I would pay the extra and get the brushless version


Which one is the brushless version? If you mean the 630e, it's 3 times the price?
Edited by: "wywywywy" 6th Jun
wywywywy06/06/2020 16:46

Which one is the brushless version? If you mean the 630e, it's 3 times the …Which one is the brushless version? If you mean the 630e, it's 3 times the price?


Thinking it's this one >
amazon.co.uk/WOR…h=1
All the cables and cords on my Karcher K2 annoy the ***k out of me! Might look into this.
I’ve had the brushless motor version a few weeks and pleased on the whole I suppose, though had to buy another nozzle the first week because it failed and Worx completely ignored my customer support requests. They even managed to get their support email address wrong which was printed on the included warranty card. Even after registering the product and submitting the request ticket on their site they still ignored it .

In short. Decent core product. Sloppy attachments (long list of design oversights). Unprofessional service from Worx.
Is the cordless karcher any better ?(confused)
I’ve got the worx battery set for my drill. I
also have x2 40v batteries for my GreenWorks mower. Which pressure washer would is
better ? This one looks very portable and easy to get out.
Got this today, tried it put it back in the box it's useless. If you have good pressure from the tap I would give this a miss unless you want to use it with a bucket for your car. On low pressure it really is pathetic, on high pressure it would barely beat my hose connected to the tap.
I’m a big fan of worx and have the lawnmower/drills etc but this is the one product I’m not overly keen on. It’s ok for washing the car but it’s not anything like a corded power washer.

If you live in an apartment it would be ideal as you don’t need a water source.

Still a good product for what it is but you shouldn’t expect or compare it to a corded machine.
I bought one and returned it the same day. I had read a lot of reviews that said the performance was poor, but even with my expectations lowered I was still disappointed. Not much better than a garden sprayer, but with much more noise. The 1.5A battery wasn’t enough to wash a small car either
I've got one of these and tbh my hose has more power
Lidl are releasing a version of this on Thursday along with their cordless range it's 49.99 without a battery but if you have their tools already may be worth a go. I have this and use it to clean my citroen c3 it's good but not a pressure washer I use it to apply snow foam (separate accessory £9 on amazon) then rinse with the bucket hose
dallen1410198606/06/2020 20:00

Lidl are releasing a version of this on Thursday along with their cordless …Lidl are releasing a version of this on Thursday along with their cordless range it's 49.99 without a battery but if you have their tools already may be worth a go. I have this and use it to clean my citroen c3 it's good but not a pressure washer I use it to apply snow foam (separate accessory £9 on amazon) then rinse with the bucket hose


Good Info, thanks.
What's the difference between these? WORX WG629E1 vs WORX WG620E.2
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