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19-04-2018, 11:06   #1
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Nilfisk C 135 bar Pressure Washer £99.99 Amazon

Its the season for washing the yard and I've been keeping an eye on these for a while. Down to £99.99 and is lowest price its been according to Camel Camel. Supposed to be a great washer. Same model is 240 euro in Argos.

Its a daily deal but not sure what stock is like as last time it stocked out before time ran up on the deal.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B077NTY7...740111_TE_item
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19-04-2018, 12:45   #2
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Well reviews looks ok in Amazon for me so bought one, thanks.

Also here

"http://pressurewasherreviewer.co.uk/nilfisk-c130-1-6-x-tra-pressure-washer-review/"

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Been looking for a decent power washer before the summer. That'll do nicely. Ordered one. Thanks op!
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Well reviews looks ok in Amazon for me so bought one, thanks.

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"http://pressurewasherreviewer.co.uk/nilfisk-c130-1-6-x-tra-pressure-washer-review/"
Supposed to be a good unit. Nilfisk apparently use a lot of metal parts where some competitors use plastic.

Accessories aren't cheap but I'm happier to buy a higher power machine and pick up accessories later. They do a drain cleaner attachment which is supposed to be good for unblocking external drains and is something I'll definitely be keeping an eye out for and offer on.
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Do this come with no accessories? Not even different nozzles?
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Do this come with no accessories? Not even different nozzles?
Comes with standard equipment like lance and has 2 different nozzles. Also a bottle for spraying detergents. See below. Doesn't come with patio cleaner tool, car cleaning tool or drain cleaner which are all extra. You can get it with them I'm sure but it'll cost a lot more

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C135 1-6i Xtra pressure washer;6M high pressure hose;Hose storage reel;Powerspeed nozzle;variable pressure tornado nozzle;soft grip hose; click & clean lance;click and clean foam sprayer;jet cleaning tool
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thanks OP, get another £5 off with the following:

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Thanks OP. Was looking for a C120 for my old man during the week and they were coming in more expensive than this. I have an 8 year old C120 that’s still going strong. I replaced the hose this week, but that was due to damage from moving home rather than shoddy workmanship.

FWIW, the car cleaning tools are crap. The patio cleaner isn’t great. I have the drain cleaner and never used it. Buy a proper snow foam lance for car cleaning and use the main lance for everything else. You can’t go wrong.
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Thanks OP, I was looking for a decent reliable Pressure Washer and this fits the bill pefect at a good price. I just snagged one with 7 Minutes left to go on the deal!
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Thanks OP. Was looking for a C120 for my old man during the week and they were coming in more expensive than this. I have an 8 year old C120 that’s still going strong. I replaced the hose this week, but that was due to damage from moving home rather than shoddy workmanship.

FWIW, the car cleaning tools are crap. The patio cleaner isn’t great. I have the drain cleaner and never used it. Buy a proper snow foam lance for car cleaning and use the main lance for everything else. You can’t go wrong.
Thanks OP, bought one.

Would this be OK for a snow foam Lance (never heard of one before)
https://m.tomtop.com/p-e3334.html?cu...IaAopBEALw_wcB

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Thanks OP. Was looking for a C120 for my old man during the week and they were coming in more expensive than this. I have an 8 year old C120 that’s still going strong. I replaced the hose this week, but that was due to damage from moving home rather than shoddy workmanship.

FWIW, the car cleaning tools are crap. The patio cleaner isn’t great. I have the drain cleaner and never used it. Buy a proper snow foam lance for car cleaning and use the main lance for everything else. You can’t go wrong.
I missed out on the 89.99 deal for a 120 they had last week. It had all the attachments but to be honest I'd rather this one with more power and pick up any attachments I think are worth getting down the line.

Was determined not to miss out here. It's back to 179.99 now.
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Thanks OP, bought one.

Would this be OK for a snow foam Lance (never heard of one before)
https://m.tomtop.com/p-e3334.html?cu...IaAopBEALw_wcB

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Couldn't tell ya about the foam lances but there was lads discussing options for them on the thread for the deal in HDUK below if that helps.

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nil...amazon-2927946
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Thanks OP, bought one.

Would this be OK for a snow foam Lance (never heard of one before)
https://m.tomtop.com/p-e3334.html?cu...IaAopBEALw_wcB

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That looks like my one, but you need a Nilfisk/Alto connector. That one is a Labour. Mine cost about 3 times that!

Edit: this one should work https://m.tomtop.com/p-e3335.html

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For those who missed this deal - I just noticed Lidl has power washers coming up soon. Parkside 1800W version for €80 and 2100W version for €100. Usual 3 year warranty etc. Patio cleaning attachment is another €27.

Anyone know how Parkside washers would compare to Nilfisk?
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For those who missed this deal - I just noticed Lidl has power washers coming up soon. Parkside 1800W version for €80 and 2100W version for €100. Usual 3 year warranty etc. Patio cleaning attachment is another €27.

Anyone know how Parkside washers would compare to Nilfisk?
Poorly. I’ve had both.
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