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Karcher K2.360 CCK 1600PSI Electric Pressure Washer $97

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Mar 15, 2009
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I don't think the original price is 197. Could be 130-150.
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Oct 23, 2004
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Lots of people have issues with lower end pressure washers. The Karcher brand comes up much more often, but that is because they are the most popular models out there. So far more are sold than other brands.

That being said, don't expect it to be built like a tank. These model are basically all plastic parts and some will have issues with plastic cracking, etc. I watched my neighbour drag his down the driveway by the pressure hose because he was too lazy to go back, pick it up and bring it forward. A month later the pressure washer plastic hose connector cracked. He then proceeded to tell everyone who would listen what a piece of crap Karcher was....

One benefit to being the most popular brand out there is that there are lots of sites where you can order replacement parts and loads of videos on diagnosing problems and how to repair your just out of warranty Karcher.
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frankw wrote: Lots of people have issues with lower end pressure washers. The Karcher brand comes up much more often, but that is because they are the most popular models out there. So far more are sold than other brands.

That being said, don't expect it to be built like a tank. These model are basically all plastic parts and some will have issues with plastic cracking, etc. I watched my neighbour drag his down the driveway by the pressure hose because he was too lazy to go back, pick it up and bring it forward. A month later the pressure washer plastic hose connector cracked. He then proceeded to tell everyone who would listen what a piece of crap Karcher was....

One benefit to being the most popular brand out there is that there are lots of sites where you can order replacement parts and loads of videos on diagnosing problems and how to repair your just out of warranty Karcher.
+1 This should work fine for light periodic duty. Don't abuse it and don't leave it out in freezing temps during the winter and it should last quite a few years.
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I thought Karcher was a good brand? Most of the time I don't see anything under 200.
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spinningpiledriver wrote: I thought Karcher was a good brand? Most of the time I don't see anything under 200.
They are, but this is a budget/low end one. So I'm guessing it doesn't use the same quality parts in their higher end models.
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Oct 11, 2007
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Thanx and Thanked... This will be perfect for cleaning the air conditioning unit outside...
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Is AR Blue and Powerplay a much better brand?
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Like some people here it should be fine if you store it properly and don't abuse it. I still have my 25$ Presure washer from walmart that I bought 2 years ago. Stored inside and well taken care of.

You will have people that will just leave stuff outside all year long and then complain that the item is a POS etc.
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Dec 23, 2012
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82 wrote: Is AR Blue and Powerplay a much better brand?
I have a Powerplay pressure washer from Costco, it is outstanding.
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Cruzzco wrote: Thanx and Thanked... This will be perfect for cleaning the air conditioning unit outside...
Do not use it on an air conditioning unit unless you stay well back. It will flatten the aluminum evaporation vanes like paper. You only ever do this once, then you learn.
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Oct 11, 2007
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frankw wrote: Do not use it on an air conditioning unit unless you stay well back. It will flatten the aluminum evaporation vanes like paper. You only ever do this once, then you learn.
Thanx for the heads up... I have been looking at youtube videos .. lol Spray down at an extreme angle.
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Nov 13, 2011
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I'm looking for a light use basic pressure washer for small tasks like washing the car or spraying down my patio. If not this, what other sub 100 dollar washers would people suggest? Note the sub 100 dollar part. That is my price cap and I am unwilling to go above.

Thanks guys!
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maximummango wrote: I'm looking for a light use basic pressure washer for small tasks like washing the car or spraying down my patio. If not this, what other sub 100 dollar washers would people suggest? Note the sub 100 dollar part. That is my price cap and I am unwilling to go above.

Thanks guys!
I would go with this one. Mainly because all of the small cheap models have issues and breakage, but Karcher is so large that there are parts everywhere.
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Had the WM model that I purshased 2-3 years back (ultimate-X) and never had a trouble with that one. Sold it 1 month ago for 5$ more than what I paid at WM (60$) and got myself this Ryobi model that was 120$ at home depot. Comes with 3 years warranty! If that model goes back on clearance I would get that one for 20$ more than the Karcher. The warranty alone makes it a no brainer.

http://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi-1 ... her/818253
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Mcklain wrote: Had the WM model that I purshased 2-3 years back (ultimate-X) and never had a trouble with that one. Sold it 1 month ago for 5$ more than what I paid at WM (60$) and got myself this Ryobi model that was 120$ at home depot. Comes with 3 years warranty! If that model goes back on clearance I would get that one for 20$ more than the Karcher. The warranty alone makes it a no brainer.

http://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi-1 ... her/818253
That model looks good. Great price at $120 - was it on sale a month ago?
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Oct 29, 2007
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After going through several cheap models I decided to spend the extra money for a decent gas one. I have no regrets. The Honda goes on sale at Costco every summer.
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hastur wrote: That model looks good. Great price at $120 - was it on sale a month ago?
Yeah around 1 month ago.
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