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WORX WG629 20V Maxlithium Powershare Hydroshot Portable Power Cleaner (Refurb) EXPIRED

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WORX via eBay has WORX WG629 20V Maxlithium Powershare Hydroshot DIY Portable Power Cleaner (Refurbished) on sale for $49.99 - 25% off discount applied in cart = $37.49. Shipping is free. Thanks TerenceM8391
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  • Per the listing this is a: "Products have been manufacturer refurbished and may have scratches, scuff marks, etc. Boxed in plain brown box."
  • Included (1) 20V Hydroshot (1) 20V Max Battery (1) 20V Charger (1) 20' Hose (1) Short Lance (1) Extension Lance (1) Multi-Spray Nozzle (1) Carry Bag.

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25% discount will be shown at checkout, The item includes 20V battery as well

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Don't waste your money. I bought one - same seller - it was awful. Take a cup of water and throw it against whatever you are trying to clean , it'll do the same thing as this product.
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I bought this a few weeks ago. My hydroshot came in a generic box but looked brand new. The extra battery and charger was worth it alone. The hydroshot is significantly stronger than a water hose but still far from a pressure washer. However, it's very portable and convenient. Solid deal!
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Got one as wanted to try out for detailing for awhile
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This appears to be refurbished.
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I bought this a few weeks ago. My hydroshot came in a generic box but looked brand new. The extra battery and charger was worth it alone. The hydroshot is significantly stronger than a water hose but still far from a pressure washer. However, it's very portable and convenient. Solid deal!
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How does this work for cleaning tub and shower?
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Don't waste your money. I bought one - same seller - it was awful. Take a cup of water and throw it against whatever you are trying to clean , it'll do the same thing as this product.
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I've had one of these maybe 2-3 months. It's good for the money, but know what you're getting. As mentioned before, this is higher pressure than a hose, but less than a pressure washer. When you use this, you have a hose with a bob that you slide down into a bucket, and it pumps the water out of the bucket and through the hose. One thing I've learned to do is while it's sucking water out, I put my garden hose into the bucket as well, that way it's not running out of water for bigger jobs. One nice feature is you can change the angle of the spray on the nozzle. This is good for light duty. Jobs like cleaning patio stones or cleaning siding as long as you're relatively close to it. If you're aiming 10 ft up, it's not going to be powerful enough. IMO, it's worth the money for the convenience. I can get smaller jobs done without pulling out my pressure washer. Plus I spent about 20 bucks on Ebay and got a second battery that gives me about double the run time as the one that came with it.
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Ordered one the last go around and even though they listed it refurbished, they sent me a brand new one.
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I've had one of these maybe 2-3 months. It's good for the money, but know what you're getting. As mentioned before, this is higher pressure than a hose, but less than a pressure washer. When you use this, you have a hose with a bob that you slide down into a bucket, and it pumps the water out of the bucket and through the hose. One thing I've learned to do is while it's sucking water out, I put my garden hose into the bucket as well, that way it's not running out of water for bigger jobs. One nice feature is you can change the angle of the spray on the nozzle. This is good for light duty. Jobs like cleaning patio stones or cleaning siding as long as you're relatively close to it. If you're aiming 10 ft up, it's not going to be powerful enough. IMO, it's worth the money for the convenience. I can get smaller jobs done without pulling out my pressure washer. Plus I spent about 20 bucks on Ebay and got a second battery that gives me about double the run time as the one that came with it.
Cool, so you put your hose into the water bucket instead of hooking it up directly. Cool just doesn't make any sense.
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Cool, so you put your hose into the water bucket instead of hooking it up directly. Cool just doesn't make any sense.
It makes it portable. So I can take a bucket behind the back of my SUV and wash it without having to drag the hose around. Plus you'll have higher pressure than your garden hose. And as I mentioned, if I'm near my hose and it's a bigger job, I just run the hose into the bucket too. It keeps the water coming, but the pressure is from this thing.
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Don't waste your money. I bought one - same seller - it was awful. Take a cup of water and throw it against whatever you are trying to clean , it'll do the same thing as this product.
I have to agree with you, I bought this same item and its a joke. I primarily bought it to wash my car since I live in apartment with no hose or power outside, its literally like washing your car with a waterpik.
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For those complaining, you're well within your right to do so. But I mean.. Technically they didn't claim this to be a pressure washer replacement (though I'm too lazy to go through their advertisement with a fine tooth comb so I might be wrong lol)

I got this last time, think of it as a semi higher power portable hose rather than a pressure washer lol
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Bought one @ a month back and have not used yet, but had seen them in action before and know their limitations. The use I have is cleaning dirt from a boat where no power is located. Arrived looking new and was $7 less at that time
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I have one and I like it. It's decent for washing cars and works with a foam cannon (not as well as a pressure washer though). It's nice when I don't want to drag the pressure washer and hose out. A friend uses one for cleaning the bird shit off his pontoon, just drop the intake into the lake!
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