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What Is The Best Cordless Pressure Washer On The Market?

Date: 27/10/2021

Which jet washer is best for me?

The pressure washer market can often be confusing with such a vast array of products available and a big difference between the different ‘pressures’ on offer. How do you know which jet washer is right for you?

The ‘pressure’ of each pressure washer is normally advertised in ‘Bar’ or ‘PSI’ (Pounds per square inch) and indicates the force with which the water is emitted from the gun. The higher the Bar or PSI, the more powerful the pressure washer is. And of course, the more powerful it is, the better it is at cleaning things such as ingrained dirt from patios and driveways.

However, power isn’t everything. Sometimes you can have too much power which can damage what you are trying to clean. A super powerful pressure washer could easily destroy the seams on a caravan or motorhome, or damage gears on a mountain bike. Plus, you don’t always have access to a hosepipe or 240V socket, so a cordless pressure washer is the ideal solution.

Which pressure washer should I buy?

The Quick & Easy Buyers Guide to pressure washers.

Aguri Power Clean P20 pressure washer

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The Aguri Power Clean P20 comes with a 20V 2.0Ah rechargeable battery providing up to 20 minutes run time and it weighs only 1.6kg including the battery. It’s cordless, so great for situations where you don’t have access to a hosepipe or 240V plug socket. It will operate from a bucket of water so great for camping and mountain biking and also good for motorhomes and caravans. It produces 22 Bar/320 PSI of pressure which is just right for light to medium cleaning and it won’t damage more delicate items. As well as working ‘off the grid’ it’s still great for around the house!

Click here for more information about the Aguri Power Clean P20 pressure washer

Aguri Power Clean P40 Max pressure washer

a picture of the Aguri power clean P40 max cordless washer

The king of cordless pressure washers! P40 Max is the most powerful cordless pressure washer available with a pressure of up to 45 Bar/650 PSI – twice the pressure of most other cordless pressure washers on the market. It comes with a 20V 4.0Ah battery but still only weighs 2.5kg including the battery. As it’s cordless you can use it anywhere you can get access to water such as a bucket or water butt and although it’s more powerful, it’s still not going to damage more delicate items such as the seams on caravans and motorhomes as it has handy low and high pressure settings. This is our most flexible cordless pressure washer, so perfect for just about anything from cleaning camping equipment and mountain bikes, to motorhomes, caravans, cars and anything that needs a good clean around the house – especially when you don’t have access to a hose or plug socket. Plus, it comes in a really useful carry case so you won’t lose any of the accessories when it’s not in use!

Click here for more information about the Aguri Power Clean P40 Max cordless pressure washer.

See our cordless pressure washers in action here!

Aguri Power Clean P240 Max pressure washer

Group shot of the new Aguri P240 Max Power Clean pressure washer group shot Aguri P240 Max Power Clean pressure washer

The patio buster! Some jobs just need more power and when they do, this is the jet washer you need. Boasting over 100 Bar/1450 PSI it has over twice the power of our cordless pressure washers. Of course, you need access to a hosepipe and a 240V socket to use it, but it’s surprisingly small and lightweight at only 6kg and will clean just about anything. P240 Max will make light work of ingrained dirt on driveways and patios but it’s adjustable nozzle means you can easily adjust the pressure making it suitable for cleaning cars and bikes as well.

Click here for more information on the Aguri Power Clean P240 Max jet washer.

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