Parkside Pressure washer PHD 150 d3 lidl test advice customer reviews price instruction manual technical data for clean vehicles, patios, facades, etc.
- Perfect for cleaning vehicles, patios, facades, etc., with a powerful aluminium high-pressure pump unit
- 1.5L tank automatically mixes in detergent with water at low pressure
- Lightweight with an integrated hose reel, accessory storage, carry handle and large wheels for high mobility and convenience
- Includes standard Vario nozzle, turbo dirt blaster, rotating wash brush, nozzle cleaning needle, quick connector for garden hose adaptor and 8m high-pressure hose with kink-prevention connector and 500ml bottle of detergent
- Powerful aluminium high-pressure pump with extended durability and high corrosion resistance
- Power-saving automatic start-stop system: motor operates only when the pistol grip is pressed
- Can also be used without mains water due to integrated water suction function
- Easy-to-change cleaning nozzle with bayonet lock (turn-click connection)
- High mobility with lightweight design, large wheels and convenient carry handle
- Robust casing made from impact-resistant plastic
- Ergonomic pistol grip including child safety
- Integrated hose reel, cable and accessory storage
- 3 year manufacturer’s warranty
- Price : £79,99
- Max. pressure (bar): 150
- Water flow (L/hr): 450
- Detergent tank capacity (L): 1.5
- Hose length (m): 8
- Cable length (m): 5
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At first glance and looking at what comes in the box, it promises to be an impressive piece of kit for the price. But it is only when you begin to avail yourself of the goodies that come with the machine, that disappointment tends to creep in.
First of all, the detergent container only supplies the product for a short time before an air lock forms in the supply pipe. Stopping the jetwash every couple of minutes to remove the airlock, is a chore. Regardless of the dilution level of the liquid, it still happens.
The rotary brush is impossible to use. To enable contact with the ground with the whole brush in contact, requires the lance trigger to be about 10″ above the ground, because the brush has a rigid attachment to the lance which is far too short and is at the wrong angle.
Treating the PHD 150 D3 as a simple jetwash, it is a good and workmanlike piece of equipment for the price, but expecting it to be a versatile machine with two handy accessories, will leave the user feeling frustrated and perhaps slightly ripped off.