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Bosch High Pressure Washer EasyAquatak 120 - $99 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Bosch High Pressure Washer EasyAquatak 120 (1500 Watt, 120 Bar / 1740 PSI, High Pressure Gun, Lance, 5 m Hose, Variable Fan Jet Nozzle, Rotary Nozzle and Detergent Nozzle Included, in Box)

About this item
Outstanding 1500 W / 1740 PSI cleaning performance in a compact, easy to use pressure washer
Compact, portable design with a broad base for extra stability and storage for all accessories
Simple push fit connections for quick and easy set up
Includes variable power and rotary nozzles for deeper cleaning
The highpressure detergent nozzle reduces cleaning time by quickly applying the soap

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  • +12 votes

    any actual user reviews from the community??

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      Bought one for a friend 2 years ago he loved it. I have the model up year ago, been great actually.

    • +2 votes

      I got it around last November, was hoping to use it for the car because i didn't think it would be too powerful.. it was. I still wash the car with the hose but I have powerwashed the balcony with this and it came up great, just be careful not to get too close because it will remove paint. My concrete garage floor is now spotless too except for the oil stain right under where the engine sits. 10/10 would buy again.

    • +3 votes

      Bought one from the last $89 sale, here's my thoughts:
      - super compact out of box, they've really designed this to fit into indoor cupboards. All the cables, gun, extension and nozzles pack in efficiently

      • with a tap, sufficiently powerful. The included rotary head does a surprising job at cleaning the 9sqm test section of pavers in the garden. Similar to a karcher winner 11 before it kicked the bucket

      • self priming with the official hose…. Not fully dry self priming. You do need to flood the hose with water fully and remove air bubbles. Tried this in an apartment, took a while to get it right the first time (hint use a funnel to top up the hose before plugging it in)

      • Once you get it going it works ok, not as powerful imo as the tap but it gets the job done. Needed to be a bit closer to the ground for the same result.

      • in the vein of using a bucket, put the PW higher than the bucket. I ran into some initial issues when the PW was in the floor.

      • 3m hose as mentioned is not enough, get the extension.

      All in all, I do rate this if you consider the size. Everything works as intended, and being super compact and surprisingly light means it is easy for mobile setups

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        Nice review. Does it come with the self priming hose or is this extra?

        • +1 vote

          I bought the self priming hose separately (Supercheap has it for $20 on clearance)

          As someone in the previous deal has mentioned, it's just 3m of garden hose with a one way valve and some filtering on the end. Personally I wouldn't pay more than $20 for it, and that's being generous.

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    my karcher died recently, anyone else used this and does it work well?

    Thinking of getting a snowfoam thing to wash my car with this, wonder if the attachment will fit

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      I have one that I replaced my Karcher with, it is awesome, and it comes with the foam dispenser in the box which is great for the car

  • +1 vote

    bought one, thx op

  • +1 vote

    How's it compared to Homelite one at Bunnings? Just half the price with super positive reviews

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      wanting to get the homelite one, but it's out of stock in all stores near me.

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      I have the Homelite - it's good for basic stuff, but could probably benefit from more pressure and higher flow rate if you're going to do more serious work.

    • +2 votes

      I bought the homelite 4 weeks ago, has been great. The hose on it is a worry - doesn't look like it is reinforced, it is going to blow up one day.

      I've used it to strip 30 SQM of deck, came out amazingly well with no chemicals! I also cleaned about 50 SQM of concrete driveway - little bit more PSI and flow rate would have helped a lot! Once you use this you can't go back to garden hose……feels powerless and wastes lot of water!

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        Cool man, gonna grab one for a fun weekend

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        Maybe they had to make some compromises because of the price…is there a better buy it for life model out there you can recommend?

    • +1 vote

      Homelite one does the job really well. Its a good pressure to wash your car with. It's good for places where less pressure is required.
      I personally like it. The only downside on my one is the soap pressure. It's really low and doesn't make much foam. Not sure it is because of the washer, or the soap I am using. I have tried it with multi wash detergent from Bunnings.

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    Thanks Op rolled the dice and purchased one.

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    I think the winning feauture of that unit (except for the cheap price) is the ability to self prime ! Thanks for posting this OP. I have been waiting for a this deal and got one ! Cheers

  • +4 votes
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      Cheers! Good review.

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    Hows it's compared to ryobi $139 one?

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    Guys, how is this for cars? Does it come with any fittings?

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    Bought one, thanks op

  • +9 votes

    I get got by OzB every, single time.

    I didn't even know I needed this until I added to cart and checked out.

    Now I'm waiting for the pressure washer I didn't know I needed!!

    Thanks, OP!

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    Does anyone know which patio cleaner attachment would be compatible with this unit?

    • +1 vote

      Nevermind, found it on the Bosch site. For anyone interested it's the Bosch Aquasurf 250 Patio Cleaner.
      https://www.bosch-diy.com/au/en/p/easyaquatak-120-06008a7901...

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        Looks like it's $62.50 on Amazon at the moment.

    • +2 votes

      I have the Karcher patio cleaner, the converter attachment is in the box with the Bosch power washer

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    It's a shame that this model doesn't come with the 360* nozzle attachment that the lower end one does. It's a $40+ attachment otherwise.

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          um what

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    Mine keeps changing to $139 in my cart.

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    Damn, I finally convinced myself to get one of these, but I see that it's been as low as 80 bux on Prime day. Might wait until it hits $89 again…

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    Coming out as 139 when I add to cart…

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    Showing $139 for me at checkout?

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    it's showing $139 for me

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    It's $99 for the 100 and $139 for the 120?

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    i think the deal is expired

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    It would be awesome if Amazon started stocking the same power tools that Amazon US stocks. It would be good competition for Bunnings.

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    Nothing can replace the Stihl pressure washer. Had it for years and hasn't skipped a beat.

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    I assume its gone up to $139 now ?

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      Yep, it seems so. The deal has expired. How much was the 100 model btw?

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        Both were $99.

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    snooze i lose!

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    Yep showing as $139 for 120 model. The 100 model selling at $99…

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    Lucky bought 1 before it was changed

  • +4 votes

    I forgot to buy. So stupid

  • -1 vote

    Can I still get 99_?

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    I always miss out on these pressure washers :(

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    For those who missed out, don't be too worried. I got a bosch and whilst the motor is fine, the hose started leaking after about 6 months and then one of the nozzles locked up so only one mode available now.

    Not impressed with the quality.

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      Yeah press-lock/press-fit (mostly proprietary nonsense) is a real pain. Having a standard threaded lance/nozzle would allow it to be replaced easily.

      Also press lock tends to rely heavily on O-rings or bonded washers and the shape of the keys/guides.

      Plastic "keys" will wear over time and that can be enough to stop the o-ring/washer from sealing.

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    Can someone please give us a link for the black hose extension? :) I have the baby one and the 3 meter hose is a bloody pain.