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[Canadian Tire] Certified 1800 PSI Electric Pressure Washer

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[Canadian Tire] Certified 1800 PSI Electric Pressure Washer

Saw this pressure washer in Canadian Tire's flyer for Father's Day (June 6 - June 9). For the price, it seems to be a really good deal however I couldn't find any reviews online.


Certified 1800 PSI Electric Pressure Washer features a 3-in-1 wand for added flexibility to match your job
Produces a powerful 1800 PSI at 1.4 GPM for medium duty tasks
Built with a 20' (6 m) high-pressure PVC hose
Durable 23' (7 m) power cord provides extended length
On-board detergent bottle for added convenience
Can be used to clean vehicles, stairs, patio furniture, decks, fences and garage floors

https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/flyer.html
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Aug 15, 2010
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I got this last year for Fathers Day. The model was grey last year, but looks exactly the same.

Works well enough, not super-high powered but good for cleaning deck, patio, and car.
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Aug 7, 2011
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Comes with wheels, on board storage and hose reel... Not a P washer expert and I wonder if Ryobi is ripping us off with their $100 on-sale price for the 1600psi model.
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I would also like any opinions on this thing as I have no idea about pressure washers. I didn't bite the deal at Rona a few weeks ago because people felt it was under powered at 1600 PSI for using a foam cannon/car washing. Is this one going to be a better deal or is it just the same questionable Crappy Tire quality?
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Jun 6, 2011
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1theguy1 wrote: Comes with wheels, on board storage and hose reel... Not a P washer expert and I wonder if Ryobi is ripping us off with their $100 on-sale price for the 1600psi model.
I guess I just felt a bit more assured with a 3-year warranty on the Ryobi one, with that said, it's not clear what the warranty is on this... all I see is "This product carries a special warranty. Please see your local Canadian Tire store for details."
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Jan 9, 2019
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Dieppe, NB
I saw this item last week at Canadian Tire, and it said on the box it had a 1-year warranty.
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Are there any reviews out there for this brand? Never heard of it.
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Twism wrote: Are there any reviews out there for this brand? Never heard of it.
If you want the cheapest brake pads at ct they're made by certified, this should tell you everything.
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Jan 20, 2011
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It is a CT brand, and it is not a regular SKU. Smells like cheap crap to me, but I don't actually have any experience with this one. Wouldn't trust it until I saw the inside of it as some cheap pressure washers will tend to not be well grounded/isolated. I would take the Ryobi over this one, absolutely no question
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Aug 16, 2017
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guyprivado wrote: On-board detergent bottle for added convenience
Is that different than a foam cannon for washing cars? What is this Detergent Bottle good for?
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Price in title please !
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keep in mind everyone that you can't return PW's to CT if they break during the warranty period, you have to deal with the manufacturer.

I guess they are now selling the old Simoniz PW's under the Certified brand
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May 16, 2011
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Seems like a very good price. Anyone comment on its quality? Thx.
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Nov 12, 2018
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just bought one and it works good. surprised about the quality, will see how long this thing lasts. the foam blaster is sick!
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whatthefug wrote: Is that different than a foam cannon for washing cars? What is this Detergent Bottle good for?
xkaliber wrote: Used the soap compartment to do some sidings and windows and certainly didn't foam/sud-up the same way. Part of what makes the foam is a unique core (no idea how it functions) that performs the foaming action which is unlike the compartment that just mixes it in with the water and spits it back out without anything additional. It probably creates 'bubbles' to some degree, but not the type of foam/sud you would typically expect to see.

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