You can also get a 'hot box', which can pre heat the water supply but will likely not be suitable or cost effective for a domestic user. Hot box
If they exist I’d expect them to be serious money. Why not just add a hot a cold feed to your tap with a mixer valve?
Not an easy thing to get sub £1000 and unless you are washing commercially not really justified. When MOT'ing my car I connected my Nilfisk to my hot water supply (my E140 is rated for something like 60oC and other models around 40oC). There is nothing stopping you from putting a thermostatic supply on your house hot water supply imo and running a cheap power washer (providing you have the sufficient hot water capacity and flow rate).
Trying to find one with ability to adjust temperature of water. Not sure they exist.
Think the best ones are brass. Aluminium gets hot and can distort/corrode. https://www.pressurewashersalesandservice.co.uk/choosing-pressure-washer.html TL;Dr This will be ok for light duty but won't last long.
I'd say they are well known but just not as good as the ones you mentioned.
I’ve had a few power tools from them, they’ve all been brilliant. They are a brand that is not that well known, but is better than most others like Makita and Bosch. And better priced too.
I wouldn't say brilliant. I have their KGS254 Mitre saw. The handle that adjusts the bevel is nylon. It wore within a month. Metabo sent me a supposedly improved part but it was exactly the same. That too wore within a month. I ended up having to weld a 14mm spanner on it.
As a DIYer I definitely don’t need this, but do really want one. Metabo stuff is quality
Good find. Shame no case.
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Thanks for the info, much appreciated. Here is my cheeky attempt at returning the help! https://grammar.yourdictionary.com/punctuation/what/fourteen-punctuation-marks.html I know, most likely you were on a mobile phone, so you are forgiven.
There’s a whole gardening range
Lol isn't this the only thing which this battery fits
Unreal price if you’re already on the battery platform. Charger is £12.99 if you need a spare one.
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FYI, I received an Amazom notification that this bosch set will be deal of the day from midnight tonight: https://smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/B089QQHJKM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabt1_sHIVFb5RTQWKX I think it means you'll be eligible for the Bosch pro deal - buy one get one tool.
Thanks for posting @Drakesy and congratulations on your first hotukdea;s thread
Damm, just bought a drill combo from screwfix for 199.99 incl. Vat, missed out by £15! Heat op
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I can vouch myself did really well replaced all 14 door handles in the house with ease
This DeWalt DCF887 did really well in a group test that I've just watched on YouTube.
I'm pretty close in ordering this as well tbh. I've used DeWalt tools and they feel robust and they are generally accepted as the middle ground, unless you want to throw silly money at it... Which is fine if the work is your bread and butter... I'm just a home DIY'er :) Been after a brushless impact driver and this looks like a good deal to me.
You can drill with them, I have used mine to drill masonry and wood (not needed to drill through metal or plastic yet, but I have no doubt it would do it). And while it does do it, it's not as good as a proper drill. The hammer action is the wrong direction to be as effective on masonry as a proper hammer drill. You have to put quite a lot of push into it. It works, but more for situations where you can't take both impact and drill.
I went ahead and ordered the DeWalt. I have quite a few Ryobi tools, but was let down recently by their cordless multi-tool. Two failed on me at inconvenient times - so, I replaced with a DeWalt multi-tool kit with two batteries. Then the spare battery tempted me to add a drill driver - and now it seems I'm hooked :) So far, the DeWalt kit which I have feels more robust and more capable. This might be due to buying brushless DeWalt equipment. There are some nice things about Ryobi - product range and lower price. As you say, you can get battery adapters - they're a bit bulky though. I believe there's a system being developed for harmonising power tool batteries - https://www.cordless-alliance-system.com/