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Ozito 1300W 1450PSI High Pressure Cleaner + Attachments $48 @ Bunnings

1630
  • 1300W / 1450PSI
  • 3 Metre Hose
  • Quick connect system
  • Deck and patio cleaner
  • On-board storage
  • Adjustable spray nozzle
  • 3 Year Replacement Warranty

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  • +35 votes

    Amazing what a bit of competition can do.

  • -2 votes

    Is the price in store only?
    I assume the link is old?

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    Damn I could buy 4 of these for the price of the Gerni from SCA.

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      … that potentially uses the same generic plastic pump assembly anyway :)

      • +3 votes

        Gerni uses aluminium pump.

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          Yeah nice… I should've just said 'generic pump assembly' as I assume most of these cheapies just run similar internals… no that there's anything wrong with that of course! I've had a $99 Karcher for many years and it's still going strong :)

  • +6 votes
    • +28 votes

      I'd support ALDI - Bunnings would never do this otherwise.

      • +14 votes

        The problem is that most people (me included) would prefer Bunnings availability and most likely superior warranty, e.g. on the spot swap.
        Shame about Masters indeed even though their normal prices were always higher than Bunnings for stuff I always wanted/needed.

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    how good is the pressure on this? can it really clean my concrete and my deck?

    • +2 votes

      The ALDI one is better right?

      Working pressure: 1522.5psi/70bar
      Flow rate: 6.2L/min
      1400W
      Working flow: 5L/min
      Max. flow: 6.2L/min

      https://www.aldi.com.au/en/special-buys/special-buys-wed-15-...

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        I'd take any spec on these with a large pinch of salt. As long as the two washers are within 20% of each other they're likely to be indistinguishable in real performance.

        As a previous poster states, many of the internal components are likely to be similar.

    • +14 votes

      I have a cheap plastic one and a petrol one. Main use is cleaning the grime off brick paving.

      The plastic one can clean perfectly well, but you have to use a really tiny stream so it takes much longer.
      The petrol one can clean with a wider stream. But you're still not going to be able to clean a whole brick width at once unless you get a really expensive one.

    • +4 votes

      I have this model and bought it specifically to clean my concrete slab and pavers.
      I was lured in by the patio cleaner attachment but realistically this is not great at cleaning unsealed concrete that has a lot of crap baked into it.
      The normal adjustable wand will do the job, but it requires a lot of time and patience.

      I paid about $90 for mine around 1 year ago but for $48 it's well worth it.

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    Will this be able to effectively clean windows on 2nd level of house? I'm guessing at this price point maybe not…

    • +3 votes

      Of course. Just use it on a step ladder. 100% safe.

    • +18 votes

      If you're up a 10' ladder, sure.

      Edit. Beaten by a 🙊. Story of my life

  • +19 votes

    You know what would be nice Bunnings?

    Click and effing collect. How hard could it be.

    Will still get one, but not happily.

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      It would be hard. Got to constantly do inventory stock check just to make sure you have one available for every single Bunnings store

      • +11 votes

        Software has been doing that for ages. No one has to sit in front of a computer and manually update stock levels.

        • +61 votes

          He's from Centrelink, everything is hard.

        • +1 vote

          So what happens when 20 people click and collect the washer, and 20 people walk in store and grab the last 20 washers from the floor? Will Bunnings need one person in every store dedicated to immediately pulling store stock off the floor the moment someone clicks buy on the website?

        • +3 votes

          @Scab:

          To be fair, if he is from Centrelink, chances are an IT project to manage anything simple like inventory levels will cost $17b and still won't work properly. ;)

        • +1 vote

          @eug:

          Gee, I dunno, maybe they could run it the way every other store does.

          Pay, it gets picked, goes off the floor, gets picked up.

          You get a confirmation or apology email once picking has been completed.

          Rocket science this is not.

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          @Scab:

          Everytime I don't say "… In before someone comments on my username.." Someone comments on my username… EVERY.. SINGLE… TIME

        • +1 vote

          @eug: As with EVERY other store doing click and collect, confirm the order after its been processed before notifying the customer.

          If every other enterprise can, they can.

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          @eug: Hmm! The same way that all other businesses who have C&C option do it?

        • +1 vote

          @MorriJ: Clearly none of you guys were around when Masters and DSE were doing it with cheap deals like this. C&C works fine for regular items. It didn't work with cheap deals. Remember that this thread is specifically talking about this cheap washer.

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          @MorriJ:

          As with EVERY other store doing click and collect, confirm the order after its been processed before notifying the customer.

          Right, then when the customer gets the inevitable message 4 hours later saying the item is no longer available because 20 other ozb'ers walked in and bought them all before the staff could retrieve them off the floor, they'll end up spewing and complaining on OzB about how their C&C is useless.

          If every other enterprise can, they can.

          Yeah, look at how DSE, Masters, and OW fared. It works fine for normal everyday items, but when it comes to good deals like this, it's a lot more hit-and-miss.

          If it's a really good deal, c&c has no chance with how it has been implemented so far. Stores will need to reserve bargain stock for C&C purchases out the back or put on a dedicated staff member to retrieve stock off the floor immediately if they want to avoid disappointed customers.

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        Masters did it.

      • +1 vote

        On the contrary, keeping stock for stuff like this easy.
        Big bulky items, hard to steal, hard to lose, easy to count and it's not like they sell them by the masses on a daily basis either.

        Stock is automatically updated on their database when it's sold, received or damaged. How do you think they know when to order more, and how many to order?

        They only need to do a manual stock count every once in a while to ensure the data is correct (because things do get stolen/go 'missing'). And that's as easy as scanning the barcode counting the 10 boxes on the shelf, and the 12 you have out the back and adjusting the count to 22.

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          and it's not like they sell them by the masses on a daily basis either.

          For regular everyday items sure. But we're talking about deals like this.

        • +1 vote

          The problem with bunnings is that there is no "out the back". 10 items in stock, 10 items sell online. 1 guy walks into warehouse and takes an item off the shelf. Check out staff tells guy "oh sorry, we're out of stock, I can't sell you one of these". That would be a customer service nightmare when the customer can clearly see a bunch on the shelf and is standing there with cash in hand.

    • +7 votes

      effing

      Extremely Frustrating For I Never Go collect?

    • +2 votes

      "You just have to go down isle 176, to get there spend a full minute walking down isle 43 and when you hit the entire shelf of wooden broom handles, turn right and walk all the way to the back of the store for our pressure washer section".

    • -6 votes

      just walk in and buy it, how hard could it actually be? you have been doing it since you were young … pretty sad right?

    • +2 votes

      it's in the pipeline.

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      Would you be one of those clients, who drives to the timber pickup, to buy a roll of sticky tape ? Hate when that happens. Bunnings Chatswood is such a bad place because of all this lazy people. I've switched to Belrose if I need to buy timber, even if it's quite a bit further.

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      Depends on how much of their business comes from these sorts of shoppers. I always see plenty of tradies picking up supplies on the run and similarly always mention "oh good there's a Bunnings/Mitre10/etc near here".

      Click and collect won't work if everyone pre-buys everything from the shop.

  • +2 votes

    Really lol, its like bunnings is watching ozbargain comments.

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    Damn makes the decision a bit harder. Was going to pick the ALDI one up for washing the car. Mitch difference?

  • +1 vote

    which one is better? this one seems to have better warranty

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      Aldi one seems to have aluminium pump v plastic pump for Bunnings Ozito.What is Aldi warranty?

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        Ozito is pretty much guaranteed to be rubbish.

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        Even aluminium pumps usually have plastics parts now days. A cheap pump is a cheap pump regardless of its material construction

        I previously went Ozito because of the warranty. I don't like the trigger gun. It's too stiff and could cause hand issues under long use, no idea if the ALDI one is any better

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          Whatever you use if you're going to clean something like paving you're going to want a zip tie or similar to hold the trigger.

    • +6 votes

      Based on form, Aldi stock levels will mean the Ozito will be the only choice for most.

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    Very nice!

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    is using pressure cleaner safe for car's paint?

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