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I think the common perception is electric = longer time to clean stuff, less maintenence
Gas = faster to clean stuff, more maintenence.
Battery = stronger than a hose
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You can see my personal review here, but I gave it 4 stars for the hose being short. Everything considered, at this price it is a great buy.
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/custo...dctrvw_srp

For the TLDR crowd:
Pros
Pressure is good
wand quickconnect has a good "eject" design that I haven't seen before
5 wand attachments
motor response

Cons
Short hose
heavy
garden hose connector

I've been trying to find a decent electric pressure washer to go with my gas one. In my garage I have two candidates, this SunJoe 3500, and the ROAV by Anker. First impression, this unit is about 20lbs heavier. The hose quality is also better, however the ROAV has a longer hose by 10feet which I noticed immediately upon first use of the SunJoe. If it came with a longer hose (30+ feet), I would have given this SunJoe unit 5 stars.
Usage impressions: The SunJoe motor is nearly immediate to start and stop with the wand trigger. I used the ROAV first and thought it was decent as far as the motor kicking on/off with the wand, however the SunJoe is quicker. Where the ROAV takes 2 seconds, the SunJoe takes 0.5 second. There were a few times the ROAV would kick on, off, and then when I'd pull the wand trigger it would take several seconds for the motor to kick back on (8-10 seconds). The SunJoe does NOT do this. The motor function is a lot better with the SunJoe. The SunJoe comes with 5 quick-connect sprayer nozzles compared to the ROAV's 3. The SunJoe comes with a 15° and 40° sprayer the ROAV doesn't. These extra two are very nice to have. The other thing I immediately noticed on usage was the quick connect design. I don't know how all of them are not like the one the SunJoe wand has. It is the best quick connect I've -EVER- used. The SunJoe ejects the attachment when pulled, something I have never seen before, but will start looking for to equip on my air tools as well. One thing that bothers me is the garden hose adaptor. Why is this a separate piece? Why does it not turn? How are you supposed to actually attach a hose to this thing???? This is my biggest complaint with the SunJoe unit. The garden hose hookup, while metal, requires a separate piece that isn't designed well.
Every time I have used the ROAV washer, I have noticed a distinct electrical burning smell... I did not have this smell when using the SunJoe. I'll be upgrading the hose for sure, but the SunJoe is my winner.
At the time of this writing, I paid $90 for the ROAV on Amazon, and $169 for the SunJoe SPX3500. The ROAV lacked the pressure I wanted to get and the SunJoe definitely has that.

I have a gas pressure washer I use for big jobs, but for washing vehicles it was just too much hassle, too much power, and it felt wasteful to keep it running when the vehicles required hand-washing. But I noticed there was a lot of pressure required to get those baked-on bug guts off the front ends and windshields. The ROAV lacked the power needed for those kinds of things... Namely the midwest country bugs that get left in the sun to get super-stuck on there. The SunJoe definitely can blast those away with enough pressure that you should be cautious with your paintwork. I accidentally blasted through some automotive vinyl.
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If you only have a little pavement or siding to clean, then electric might work.
If you have a lot of pavement or siding to clean, I'd go gas.

You need high psi and high flow rate to get work done quick. If you don't have those, then power washing becomes tedious real quick only being able to clean a 2" wide strip at a time......
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Anyone ever use one of these. How are they in comparison to a gas powered washer. Looking to clean the pavement, siding, cars, etc.
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this sounds like a real good deal?
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Anyone ever use one of these. How are they in comparison to a gas powered washer. Looking to clean the pavement, siding, cars, etc.
I think the common perception is electric = longer time to clean stuff, less maintenence
Gas = faster to clean stuff, more maintenence.
Battery = stronger than a hose
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I was in the market for the spx3000 and was waiting for the price to drop. But this model has the brushless motor which should last longer. Only thing I am not sure of is the GPM. It's less than the SPX3000 but I guess that's how you get more psi.
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i just bought a SPX4600 which is a higher model and performs very well.

but you do need to know about their PSI rating information. the number listed is the maximum PSI (2300), not the rated PSI (2000 PSI)
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Bought the SPX3000 last year and finally assembled/used it this past weekend for some car washes. Definitely easy to use (never used a pressure washer before) and powerful enough imo.

Will need to do some more research on concentrates/soaps to use though.
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Was in the market for a pressure washer. I pulled the trigger and if it ends up not being great is free returns
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Excellent, thank you!
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Very good price.
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Anyone ever use one of these. How are they in comparison to a gas powered washer. Looking to clean the pavement, siding, cars, etc.
If you only have a little pavement or siding to clean, then electric might work.
If you have a lot of pavement or siding to clean, I'd go gas.

You need high psi and high flow rate to get work done quick. If you don't have those, then power washing becomes tedious real quick only being able to clean a 2" wide strip at a time......
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Great deal... just bought the spx3000 for the same price..I hate the cord management system with these. Hard to move around with it
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Still waiting on my order from eBay.lol
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