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[eBay Plus] Worx 20V Battery Powered Portable Pressure Washer $99 Delivered @ Worx Tools eBay

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Thought this was an interesting deal for today's ebay plus daily deal.

Read some reviews that said the pressure from this washer is quite low, being 300psi compared to around 1700psi from the usual powered pressure washers. But I am quite lazy, and always put off washing my car because of all the effort needed to unwind an extension cord, and route a garden hose from my backyard to the driveway. So I bought one to use to coat the car with soap, and to rinse off without needing a hose. All I will need is just a bucket of water to wash my car with this one.

For the RRP of $199, seems a bit steep. But with the Ebay plus code PJSB09, brings it down to $99 delivered, so I thought I'd give it a crack. Seems like there's still quite a few in stock.

It seems to be on clearance at $64 at supercheap auto, but seems out of stock everywhere, so this seems like a deal.

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Comments

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    good deal if you have other worx skins, tools etc. to leverage that ecosystem

  • +1 vote

    Would be good if Ryobi would do the same unit, Worx isn’t a popular brand

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    I got the ALDI skin equivalent a few months ago ($40ish on clearance, I think?), and custom-fitted an adapter for my Ozito batteries - which you could also do with this tool.

    Not much water volume, but a suprising amount of pressure for the size for sure. Being able to draw from a bucket is rather convenient

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      I could only manage to get it down to $60 lol.
      But yeah sometimes it's just not worth dragging out the hose and extension cord for the Gerni.

      Next I want to have a big backpack water tank thing so it's easy to go around spot cleaning things. Haven't found any though or good straps to attach to an old 10L spring water container.

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        I want to have a big backpack water tank thing

        You mean like a weed sprayer? That'd work nicely.

        … Gives me an idea for the next super soaker fight in summer haha

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          Something like that, but they seem to only be available in a full assembly - and expensive just to buy one to rip apart for the water thank - hence I'm trying to OzB-style it with the spring water tank lol.

          Ironically enough about the super soaker, as a kid I had the mega super soaker which used the backpack of water. Not that I have any idea where that is anymore.

  • +2 votes

    I bought this, but don't really use it. I just use garden hose with spray attachment:
    https://www.bunnings.com.au/aqua-systems-12mm-x-15m-garden-h...
    Difference in pressure is marginal, and effort needed to operate this one is more than I thought. Put water in bucket, wind/unwind hose, put/charge battery. Garden hose I just chuck on the ground after use … Suits better for lazy myself. Only using the foam cannon attachment once in a while.

  • +1 vote

    Worth a shot.

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    Great deal!

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    Bought this from Amazon when it was $99. I like it, fairly decent pressure which for me is good enough for washing my car and helps with cleaning the solar panels on my roof as well. It's portability makes it very convenient

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    very good tool. great deal!

  • +1 vote

    I have one and I won't consider it to have adequate pressure to clean a car. And forget it if you want to use it to create snow foam.

  • +2 votes

    I looked at this unit ages ago and didn't buy, good to see it on sale now. One thing to note is the sheer number of bad reviews on it (battery/pressure):
    https://www.amazon.com.au/Worx-WG629-9-Hydroshot-PowerShare-...

    I reckon you would definitely need an additional 4.0Ah battery + charger kit, so $99+ $146 = $245

    This one is much better but not on sale. $349 + $139 battery pack = $488. So about $243 more but would be much more handy.
    https://www.amazon.com.au/Bosch-Cordless-Outdoor-Cleaner-Pre...

    Edit: There's a hack to make it 2x stronger with a rare earth magnet, see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWA-5vwteHc
    Also decided to buy the WORX because it seems there's lots of cool mods/hacks you can do on these units.

  • +1 vote

    good for cleaning skid marks off the back of your dunny if you dont like toilet brushes

  • +2 votes

    I thought if it was $49 it would have been a steal, $79 would have been a decent deal, but saw purchases jumping up quite quickly in the first couple of minutes, and FOMO made me hit that buy button… was thinking it'd be more convenient than pulling out the extension cord for the Karcher to wash my car, but now reading some reviews… sigh

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      It has been listed at this price for ages, I emailed them, they didn't know where any stock was and told me I would have to pay full price if they ordered one in.

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    BOUGHT one! THANK YOU!

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    Wow, didn't know this thing is battery now. So needed!

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    I got one from Aldi earlier in the year. Quite useful for washing off bikes and other gear before putting them in a car, and also for washing bird poop off the car when it is parked over the road.

    As others note the pressure is pretty lackluster, but its battery powered so not bad.

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    Bought one of these to clean the apartment balcony, works pretty well. The small battery isn't the best but it's enough to wash a small car or bikes when out camping. Don't expect it to be a super high pressure, it's designed to remove light dirt, dust, mud etc.

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    If you read and watch the reviews it's pretty dismal. You'd be better off just using a hose on its own. It's only good for saving water

  • +1 vote

    I got one last time it was on eBay plus. It’s not terrible but a regular hose and trigger gun attachment is way more effective for cleaning a car. Need to stand around for a while pulling the trigger while water eventually makes its way up to the unit. The flow rate isn’t a match for a normal hose and it’s a bit more setup time. This would be handy if you don’t have ready access to a hose where you park your car - some apartments parking situations maybe. Or really want to be able to get the job done not quite as well but with only 2 buckets of water. Or maybe for places that are hard to get to with a hose.

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    What's the operation time from full charge?

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      It’s at least 2 buckets on the powerful flow setting - about 12 mins sorry haven’t needed more than this so not sure

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    ok ….so we have real pressure washer that weighs a few kilos and have real motor and pump which is reflected in weight …..and someone managed to defy the laws of physics and get the same performance in this with less weight and smaller motor …..just buy the $100 aldi,washer when on special or plastic pump karhcer if you have limited budget …..

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      you've completly missed the point of this product. Its obviously never designed to perform the same as a 3000psi washer on wheels…

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    Would've been good for me, I live in an apartment and my rooftop balcony gets dirty pretty quickly and I don't have a tap to access water.