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Home Depot.com has Ryobi 1600-PSI 1.2-GPM Electric Pressure Washer (RY141612) on sale for $69.97. Shipping is free, otherwise select in-store pickup where stock permits. Thanks conbano

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LMAOLMAOLMAOLMAOLMAO OKKKKK!!!!!!! DO NOT LISTEN TO THIS GUY!!! EEK! The 1600 greenworks or even this model with the turbo nozzle will strip PAINT OFF YOUR CAR!!!!
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I just got the GreenWorks GPW1501 13 amp 1500 PSI 1.2 GPM Electric Pressure Washer for $61 on amazon. Would this one be better? I'm just going to use it for washing cars and cleaning sidewalks.
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I just got the GreenWorks GPW1501 13 amp 1500 PSI 1.2 GPM Electric Pressure Washer for $61 on amazon. Would this one be better? I'm just going to use it for washing cars and cleaning sidewalks.
The Ryobi comes with a Turbo nozzle - pretty useful imo (I have the 1700 psi version).
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I got the Ryobi 1700psi slickdeal for $129 a couple weeks ago:
https://slickdeals.net/f/10245344-home-depot-ryobi-1700psi-electric-pressure-washer-with-3-nozzles-and-11-surface-cleaner-attachment-129?src=SiteSearch

However, now I am wondering if I should return it. I am a new homeowner, so I don't have experience with pressure washer features. Is worth paying the $60 more for the 1700psi model? Does anyone have experience with both that can explain the differences?
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I got the Ryobi 1700psi slickdeal for $129 a couple weeks ago:
https://slickdeals.net/f/10245344-home-depot-ryobi-1700psi-electric-pressure-washer-with-3-nozzles-and-11-surface-cleaner-attachment-129?src=SiteSearch

However, now I am wondering if I should return it. I am a new homeowner, so I don't have experience with pressure washer features. Is worth paying the $60 more for the 1700psi model? Does anyone have experience with both that can explain the differences?
I got the same deal! I'm also wondering if I should return the $130 for the 1600psi one. I mean it's only 100psi difference but the price is almost 2x as much.
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I got the Ryobi 1700psi slickdeal for $129 a couple weeks ago:
https://slickdeals.net/f/10245344-home-depot-ryobi-1700psi-electric-pressure-washer-with-3-nozzles-and-11-surface-cleaner-attachment-129?src=SiteSearch

However, now I am wondering if I should return it. I am a new homeowner, so I don't have experience with pressure washer features. Is worth paying the $60 more for the 1700psi model? Does anyone have experience with both that can explain the differences?
Ditto. Does anyone have experience with this model vs the other?
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I got the same deal! I'm also wondering if I should return the $130 for the 1600psi one. I mean it's only 100psi difference but the price is almost 2x as much.
interested in knowing as well
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Only having 2 nozzles may be an issue. Anybody know if they are a universal fit? I have an old gas one that I doubt would start but I want the other nozzle to be able to use on a wider area.

Actually, they all seem to only show 2 but people are saying there are 3. A turbo nozzle??

This just seems weird. Why is there other Ryobi 1600 1.2 for sale for $120??
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I got this one on last deal. I like the newer version considering I use mtm foam cannon anyways. the size is perfect its literally like a 10x12 box
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I got the Ryobi 1700psi slickdeal for $129 a couple weeks ago:
https://slickdeals.net/f/10245344-home-depot-ryobi-1700psi-electric-pressure-washer-with-3-nozzles-and-11-surface-cleaner-attachment-129?src=SiteSearch

However, now I am wondering if I should return it. I am a new homeowner, so I don't have experience with pressure washer features. Is worth paying the $60 more for the 1700psi model? Does anyone have experience with both that can explain the differences?
No, electric power washer basically a big toy. You can use it to wash your car maybe your driveway with correct nozzles but that's it.
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The greenworks is 100 times better to me! Plus it's $6 bucks cheaper!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVhHigZevSs
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No, electric power washer basically a big toy. You can use it to wash your car maybe your driveway with correct nozzles but that's it.
LMAOLMAOLMAOLMAOLMAO OKKKKK!!!!!!! DO NOT LISTEN TO THIS GUY!!! EEK! The 1600 greenworks or even this model with the turbo nozzle will strip PAINT OFF YOUR CAR!!!!
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I got the same deal! I'm also wondering if I should return the $130 for the 1600psi one. I mean it's only 100psi difference but the price is almost 2x as much.
Return and get 1600 psi one. 100 psi is nothing, it makes no differences. They both have 1.2 GPM output anyway. To use real turbo nozzle to clean the drive way, you need gas pressure washer 2700psi+ / 2.5 GPM or more
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Yeah I've never heard of anyone pressure washing their car. Driveway, house, tiles, etc...
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