Ferrex pressure washer review: I purchased a Workzone 2.2kw pressure washer from Aldi a few weeks ago as one of their special buys for £79.99, and here is an honest review of it after a few weeks of use. The pressure washer’s specifications are as follows: 2200w, max pressure 150bar, nominal 110bar, flow 450 l/h, 10m hose, 5m power cord, weight without accessories 10.7kg. As part of my job as a fish pond cleaner, I use a pressure washer to clean the pond of the blanket weed that grows on the liner or concrete. So I’ll need a dependable and powerful pressure washer for this job.
I first brought this to my 3-year-old Karcher k3.99, with a total of 1700 watts, a maximum bar pressure of 120 and 380 litres per hour, but to make it fair, it is much better than my former Karcher and it really costs half the amount that I paid for Karcher just three years ago.
Now I use one of my daily jobs in the Workzone. It has a 3-year warranty just like most electrical appliances in Aldi. It is a similar price to other manufacturers but at the price, they use less power, but lower pressures which the better the bar pressure the better it will get rid of dirt and grime. I would recommend washing the pressure over others.
I bought this machine 4 weeks ago and used it for the first time tonight… it is certainly better than my previous karcher… but, the locking button does not function to lock the gun while it is in use. Because I have arthritis in my hands, I had to turn off the computer to rest my hands. However, this is a fantastic machine in general. Based on that one disappointment, I’d give it a 4 out of 5.
So far, after three or four usage, the washer seems to be of excellent quality, performs well, and comes at a very reasonable price.
I have a K’archer power washer that cost three times as much as the Ferrex, yet it fails me. The ferrex performs the same functions as it, but for a third of the cost. Excellent value for money
For the money, this is a fantastic pressure washer. It has a lot of power and features. I only gave it four stars since it is more noisier than the Karcher it replaced while in use. However, it was £100 less expensive than a Karcher replacement unit, so I’ll put up with the additional decibels.
Really pleased with this, it made quick work of a neglected walk and patio, and the additional length of high pressure hose meant I could finish the job without fumbling about, which appears to be better than the Karcher I just threw away. The machine neatly stores all of the parts, including the hose.
This has proven to be some of the greatest cash I’ve ever spent. It usually goes for $49.99, but I was fortunate enough to get mine on clearance for just $25.
I didn’t have great hopes when I purchased it, but every time I use it, it has completely blown me away with its performance.
I’ve cleaned a lot of stuff, some of which hadn’t been touched in 50 years, that was severely stained with dirt, moss, or lichens, as well as concrete, and the filth simply dissolves before my eyes. It also comes with many accessories, including a detergent bottle, which I have never used since it doesn’t require it; plain tap water and pressure enough. It works so effectively that it’s a lot of pleasure to use and see the dirt vanish before your eyes. I would definitely suggest this product, which is a bargain for $49.99.
Check out my in-depth YouTube review to see precisely what I mean; it’s an incredible performance.
You may need to copy and paste this URL into your browser to see my YouTube review. It’s well worth your time to see my Pressure Washer in action on a variety of surfaces.
The product performs the job and is cost-effective. Other reviews have convinced me that the reason individuals can’t thread the hose is because they’re attempting to attach it to the incorrect place. It is placed at the front, while the real garden hose is placed in the rear. The rear is plainly visible in the image that someone uploaded.
This washer had been quite reliable and flawless for approximately a year until she caught fire this morning. The fire was self-sustaining, and I’m grateful/relieved that I didn’t immediately load it back into our garage after cleaning the vehicle, otherwise we may have burned the home.