Very sturdy. Long cord and hose. Easy to put together and to use. Small enough to be easy to store. Quiet when in use. Simple set up. Provides the promised 2,200 PSI pressure. Does a good job on mildew. Wheels and telescoping handle help make it easy to move around.
A little heavier than some of the other power washers under $200.
Good for medium jobs and some heavier jobs. Delivers 1,950 PSI. Good for pressure washing siding. Assembly is not difficult. Design is good. Offers nice features. Stable when spraying. A good electric choice. Folding handle makes storage easier.
If you want the soap applicator, surface cleaner or turbo nozzle included, the price will go up over $200.
Comes with a long hose and a quick connect for your power adapter. Works well for cleaning the car or siding. Good quality for the price and size of the product. Compact machine.
Does not have much variability on the sprayer and takes effort to clean off tough dirt and stains.
Comes with 5 spray tips. Automatic shut off when you are not using it. Easy to set up and use. Gets the patio, deck and outdoor furniture clean. Lightweight. A powerful sprayer for the price point. Compact for storage. Easy to put together and use. Very quiet.
Not as powerful as many on the market, and seems to operate at a lower PSI than needed for many projects.
Includes an automatic shut off feature. Operates for a long time without getting overheated. Easy to set up. Does not weigh very much. Simple to use. Adjustable nozzle. Easy to adjust the spray pattern. Generally does a good job.
Built to deliver 2,100 PSI max – but generally operates at a lower level and may not pack the punch you expect.
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