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Promoted 07-12-2016 by johnny_miller at 01:31 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has for Prime Members: Sun Joe 2030-PSI 14.5 Amp Electric Pressure Washer (SPX3000) on sale for $115.99. Shipping is free. Thanks 1fortheteam

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Edited July 12, 2016 at 01:36 PM by 1fortheteam
Lowest ever for this highest rated pressure washer. Usually $140



https://www.amazon.com/Joe-SPX3000-Electric-Pressure-14-5-Amp/dp/B00CPGMUXW/ref=sr_1_1?s=prime-day&psr=PD16&ie=UTF8&qid=1468347309&sr=1-1&keywords=pressure+washer

Click "I bought this" near the TU/TD buttons to show you took advantage of this deal....frontpage stuff this.


Was front page for $139 in June:


http://slickdeals.net/f/7897399-sun-joe-pressure-joe-2030-psi-1-76-gpm-14-5-amp-electric-pressure-washer-139-fs-home-depot-amazon?src=SiteSearch
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Awesome deal. Got one.
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Had this abt a year. Has been flawless so far once you get the metal fittings for the hose hookup. After u replace that part it's great. Plenty powerful for your driveway and siding no use mine mainly to wash the car. Hook up a 20 dollar foam cannon attachment and some chemical guys soap and you're golden.

Wanted to add that it comes with 4 diff fittings with different angles of spray. I believe it's 0 15 25 40 and one for soap.
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Had this abt a year. Has been flawless so far once you get the metal fittings for the hose hookup. After u replace that part it's great. Plenty powerful for your driveway and siding no use mine mainly to wash the car. Hook up a 20 dollar foam cannon attachment and some chemical guys soap and you're golden.

Wanted to add that it comes with 4 diff fittings with different angles of spray. I believe it's 0 15 25 40 and one for soap.
which fitting did you buy to replace the plastic one?
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Awesome deal, Prime Day FTW
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Quote from jpk1080 View Post :
Had this abt a year. Has been flawless so far once you get the metal fittings for the hose hookup. After u replace that part it's great. Plenty powerful for your driveway and siding no use mine mainly to wash the car. Hook up a 20 dollar foam cannon attachment and some chemical guys soap and you're golden.

Wanted to add that it comes with 4 diff fittings with different angles of spray. I believe it's 0 15 25 40 and one for soap.
Which fitting? Link please.
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I'm on mobile and will have to look it up. I got the parts at lowes and they r around 7 dollars. The hose connects with a plastic adapter that is cheap and strips and leaks. U can get a coupling along with a quick disconnect that's metal and fixes the issue 100%. I will try to find a link when home.
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This is what you need. As I said you can pick out the parts at lowes for about 7 dollars ymmv.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...ref=plSrch
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I got this for $118 2 months ago at Amazon, so as far as deals go this is nothing to write home about. But in my completely unbiased review, its good for the money. One thing I don't like is that its hard to wheel it around because of the positioning of the host attachment. When you tilt it to move forward the attachment part (where hose meets shell) drags on the ground. In grassy areas this gets even more annoying. And don't use that 0 degree nozzle unless you must!
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mine is about a year old too. agree with plastic fitting. Can get brass ones from anywhere, they are universal. it's pipe thread on the pressure washer side and hose thread on the other. flow also depends on length and width of pipe, recommend 5/8th hose. the less fittings you have the better as well. quick connection is convenient but will impede the flow.
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Quote from absolutly View Post :
I got this for $118 2 months ago at Amazon, so as far as deals go this is nothing to write home about. But in my completely unbiased review, its good for the money. One thing I don't like is that its hard to wheel it around because of the positioning of the host attachment. When you tilt it to move forward the attachment part (where hose meets shell) drags on the ground. In grassy areas this gets even more annoying. And don't use that 0 degree nozzle unless you must!
And you are wrong there.....its only been $118 a once or twice in the last year for a short time.

This was frontpage for $140 a month ago....hence its a frontpage deal at $116
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I owned this and returned it to home depot purchased for about the same price. The unit kept shutting off after about 3 minutes of continuous operation and wouldn't turn back on reliably. When it did work though, I liked it.
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Excellent! in for 1!
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I got one of these Sun Joe's a while back (the infamous "deal of the day" where Amazon screwed up the pricing and some of us got it for like $65)...this is the foam cannon I got to go with it. It rules:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

Use hot/warm water with Chemical Guys soap and this thing sprays foam. I drive a 4 door sedan and I only need to fill it up like 3/4 of the way to spray it down with foam, rinse it with the 40 degree connector to get the loosened dirt off and then re-coat with more foam to go over it again with a washing mitt.

Other than that, I've used this to clean a deck before I stained it and, as someone already pointed out, used the 0 degree nozzle to do some damage to the wall I hit with it. This thing is no joke.
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