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I have the Sun Joe 8 in. 6.5 Amp Multi-Angle Telescopic Electric Pole Saw. The saw is in its second year of use and I have no real complaints.

Things to keep in mind:

Make sure your extension cord is a heavy enough gauge to operate the saw and make sure it's rated for outdoor use (look for a "W" on the cable jacket). The longer the cord, the bigger the gauge you will need. Why? It's called voltage drop. The longer the cord, the bigger the drop at the cord end. If it isn't heavy enough, you will overheat and burn out the motor.
Let the saw and gravity do the work, Do not force it through a cut and don't let it bind up. If you are new to powered tree saws or pruning for that matter, YouTube is your friend and watch them first. These saws are not as powerful or as fast as gas powered chain saws. Patience with your saw is a must.
Make sure the chain stays oiled during use at all times.
Don't short cycle the motor with rapid on-off-on-off-on bursts. Once you start a cut finish it, then power down the saw.
Keep your cutting chain sharp and the cutting bar clean. Either learn how to properly sharpen a cutting chain (manually or a powered chain sharpener) or buy one or more new spares.
Clean your saw completely after you are done using it for the day. Don't store and then use a dirty tool.
The saw will drip oil when not in use (mine does anyway). Store it accordingly.
With the saw fully extended, you will get a good upper body workout. Safety is paramount. If you get tired and ache, rest before resuming.
Read the instructions that came with the saw. Don't skim or just look at the pics. I know that runs contrary to many, but do it anyway.
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LINK HERE [homedepot.com]

Product Overview
Power, performance and versatility - the Pressure Joe Electric Pressure Washer from Sun Joe delivers it all to tackle a variety of cleaning tasks: homes, buildings, RVs, cars, trucks, boats, decks, driveways, patios, lawn equipment and more. Conveniently switch between different detergents with its detergent selection dial and blast away all sorts of grime. Its 34 in. extension spray wand and rear wheels provide easy maneuverability and access to hard-to-reach areas, such as 2-story buildings and the undersides of vehicles and lawn equipment.
Powerful 14.5 Amp/1800-Watt motor generates up to 2030 psi/1.76 GPM for maximum cleaning power
5 quick-connect spray nozzles (0, 15, 25, 40 degrees and soap) are interchangeable to quickly go from high-pressure, 0-degree pencil-point spray to a low-pressure, 40-degree fan spray, or apply detergent to cleaning surface with dedicated soap nozzle
TSS (total stop system) trigger automatically shuts off pump when trigger is not engaged
Includes 20 ft. high-pressure hose, 35 ft. power cord and garden hose adaptor
Carries and stores 2 different types of detergent simultaneously in its two 0.9 L onboard removable detergent tanks
Removes tar and grease from concrete, heavy mildew stains, oil stains, rust from steel, caked mud on equipment and other stubborn gunk and grime
Versatile design tackles light, medium and heavy duty cleaning tasks
GFCI power cord protection
CSA approved
Backed by full 2-year warranty

LINK HERE [homedepot.com]
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Is this good for car washing?
How about cleaning the driveway?
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Is this good for car washing?
How about cleaning the driveway?
I've used the same one to clean my deck, does a great job.
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I should have grabbed when Amazon put it on sale 6 days ago. It was a better one for 15$ more
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I should have grabbed when Amazon put it on sale 6 days ago. It was a better one for 15$ more
That was used or like new one.
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Bought this for something in the $99-115 range last year, finally put it together for a few car washes recently. Works well and it's pretty easy to use (never owned/used a pressure washer before).

Seems like common complaints mention leaks and to upgrade for the brass hose connector. Mine did spew out a little bit of water (it was built the night before), but not a huge deal when I repositioned the hose. Just bought some pressure wash concentrate yesterday, so I'm hoping to put it to use on my garage and driveway soon!
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Got you. I was thinking the same model spx3000 (used/like new) posted few days ago.
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Bought this for something in the $99-115 range last year, finally put it together for a few car washes recently. Works well and it's pretty easy to use (never owned/used a pressure washer before).

Seems like common complaints mention leaks and to upgrade for the brass hose connector. Mine did spew out a little bit of water (it was built the night before), but not a huge deal when I repositioned the hose. Just bought some pressure wash concentrate yesterday, so I'm hoping to put it to use on my garage and driveway soon!
hahaha its funny that you mentioned the brass hose connector.

on the homdepot page, scroll down a bit, and in the "items frequently bought together" section.....it shows a brass connector with the unit.

lol too funny
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I should have grabbed when Amazon put it on sale 6 days ago. It was a better one for 15$ more
I ordered the one last week and used it yesterday. Performed really well on a test on my concrete stoop. Does take longer than large gas ones I've used before, but a good compromise for my use. This one has similar specs to the one I bought but does not have the brushless induction motor. Supposedly, the induction models will last longer...
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I ordered the one last week and used it yesterday. Performed really well on a test on my concrete stoop. Does take longer than large gas ones I've used before, but a good compromise for my use. This one has similar specs to the one I bought but does not have the brushless induction motor. Supposedly, the induction models will last longer...
Yep brushless and the brass connector are the pros for the last deal
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FYI this is not a 2030PSI pressure washer. Read their specs (In the manual)

Rated Pressure 1450 PSI
Max. Pressure 2030 PSI (Note it does not operate continuously at this pressure)
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Last spring I got a set with the string trimmer, hedge trimmer, and pole saw (battery powered, so not the same models as these?). The pole saw broke the first time I used it; a small shoot got caught in the chain and broke the plastic holding it together so irreparable and past return date. The string trimmer is adequate but kind of weak, but the hedge trimmer works well so far.

I know these are different models, but I'm not likely to buy anything else from this brand.
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