* Eleven pressure washers tested * All budgets covered * machines from 50-260...
Ease of use:
Set up of the Sealey could not have been easier because it comes completely ready to use from the box.
The Sealey scores well when it comes to delivering detergent, with its own internal tank along with a separate platform to hold another external tank thats accessed through a long external hose.
The machine comes with a fan-pattern and rotary nozzle, that both effortlessly blast the toughest of dirt, moss and algae from cars, vans and hard landscaping.
While it was never unwieldy or cumbersome, the machine felt a too large and professional for our domestic test ground. However, those with much larger properties will surely be drawn to this brawny machine.
Max water pressure 140 Bar
Flow rate 450 Litres/hr
Motor Power: 2000 Watt
Hose length: 8 metresStorage
The PC3451 has everything covered, with a hosereel, cable holder, and spots for the lances and trigger unit. It's not as clever as the Hozelock Pressure Washer 150's solutions, though. When it comes to storage space, the machine is big, but more so in height, so wont take up too much floorspace in the garage or shed.
What Car? says...
A powerful, professional machine, but could well prove too big for all but those with the biggest properties and vehicles such as vans and horseboxes to keep clean. It would also have benefitted from some extra tools as standard.
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