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[Amazon.ca] WORX WG629 Cordless Hydroshot and 2Ah battery, $68.12

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Richfields wrote: Aside from epic water fights, I don't see a lot of use here when you factor in the space it'll take in the garage.

It's a cool product, and I like the idea, but having a hard time justifying 70 bucks for it.

Thanks OP
If you have any other Worx cordless tools it's a no brainer. The 20v lithium 2Ah battery sells for $99 alone. You are getting a pressure washer, battery charger, hoses AND a battery for just over half cost of a single battery.
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what kind of PSI should I be looking for to wash the car, vinyl siding, windows, and driveway, just for personal use.
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Ruciz wrote: Needs a hose hookup, I thought this may be a ridiculous super soaker I could blast salt from my winter bike with. Needing a hose in winter kills the idea.
Here is the bottle adapter from Worx (although 3rd party Amazon.ca pricing is much more than the US$7.99):
https://www.amazon.ca/WA4038-Worx-Hydro ... B071RBKMTX

(I read somewhere that Worx is working on cordless water.)
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rocking23nf wrote: what kind of PSI should I be looking for to wash the car, vinyl siding, windows, and driveway, just for personal use.
2000ish
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seems like gas powered ones are much more expensive and higher PSI, also tend to have higher rated reviews. I don't want to drop 400$ on a pressure washer though, anyone have any good models they recommend.
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homeowner72 wrote: Here is the bottle adapter from Worx (although 3rd party Amazon.ca pricing is much more than the US$7.99):
Ugh. Even .com has it for $15USD.
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has anyone tried to price match with canadian tire? I'm might go at my lunch break.

It's saying on the Canadian Tire website:

WARRANTY
This product carries a 3 year exchange warranty redeemable at any Canadian Tire store.

This would be nice. just keep your receipt and you are good for 3 years just by going to Canadian Tire if there's an issue.

For the price match policy on Canadian Tire they seem to be pricematching online retailers.
https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/customer ... antee.html

Who is a Local Competitor?
• Retail stores located in Canada, within a 200 km radius from where the price match is being requested
• Other Canadian Tire Retail stores
• Any Canadian online retailer website, ending in “.ca”
• For Automotive Wheels and Tires, this includes online retailer websites ending in “.com”
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nounou23 wrote: has anyone tried to price match with canadian tire? I'm might go at my lunch break.

It's saying on the Canadian Tire website:

WARRANTY
This product carries a 3 year exchange warranty redeemable at any Canadian Tire store.

This would be nice. just keep your receipt and you are good for 3 years just by going to Canadian Tire if there's an issue.

For the price match policy on Canadian Tire they seem to be pricematching online retailers.
https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/customer ... antee.html

Who is a Local Competitor?
• Retail stores located in Canada, within a 200 km radius from where the price match is being requested
• Other Canadian Tire Retail stores
• Any Canadian online retailer website, ending in “.ca”
• For Automotive Wheels and Tires, this includes online retailer websites ending in “.com”
Amazon is now showing 1-2 months for delivery - so that may void your attempted price match.
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This would make a nice super soaker for my 12 year old, would just need to rig up a vented 2L bottle to pull from. Might be a bit heavy though!
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Ruciz wrote: Needs a hose hookup, I thought this may be a ridiculous super soaker I could blast salt from my winter bike with. Needing a hose in winter kills the idea.
homeowner72 wrote:
Here is the bottle adapter from Worx (although 3rd party Amazon.ca pricing is much more than the US$7.99):
https://www.amazon.ca/WA4038-Worx-Hydro ... B071RBKMTX

(I read somewhere that Worx is working on cordless water.)
death_hawk wrote:
Ugh. Even .com has it for $15USD.
mcmax20 wrote: This would make a nice super soaker for my 12 year old, would just need to rig up a vented 2L bottle to pull from. Might be a bit heavy though!
The bottle adapter is now available (wasn't before) on the Worx website for $6.99 with free shipping. Dunno if this warrants a separate post or not, but it seems timely for those who ordered this.
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razrsharp wrote: The bottle adapter is now available (wasn't before) on the Worx website for $7.99 with free shipping. Dunno if this warrants a separate post or not, but it seems timely for those who ordered this.
The link you posted seem to be the US site.

I found the canadian link and its funny how its cheaper at 6.99

https://www.worx.com/en_CA/hydroshot-bo ... a4038.html
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Ruciz wrote: Needs a hose hookup, I thought this may be a ridiculous super soaker I could blast salt from my winter bike with. Needing a hose in winter kills the idea.
nounou23 wrote: The link you posted seem to be the US site.

I found the canadian link and its funny how its cheaper at 6.99

https://www.worx.com/en_CA/hydroshot-bo ... a4038.html
Oh right, thanks for the fix. I thought that I had ordered it for 6.99 Smiling Face With Open Mouth

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