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Ryobi 1600 PSI 1.2 GPM Electric Pressure Washer (Factory Reconditioned) EXPIRED

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Direct Tools Factory Outlet has Ryobi 1600 PSI 1.2 GPM Electric Pressure Washer (Factory Reconditioned, ZRRY141612) for $49.99. Shipping is Flat-Rate $7.

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Key Features:
  • Lightweight portable design
  • Compact for easy storage
  • Spray wand with quick connect nozzle coupler
  • Includes three nozzles: 15, soap and turbo for 50% faster cleaning

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    • This pressure washer (new) is well rated with 4.6 Stars out of 5 Stars based on over 7,600 Reviews on HomeDepot.com.
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Availsble for shipping again. Direct Tool Outlet has Ryobi 1600 PSI 1.2 GPM Electric Pressure Washer (Factory Reconditioned, ZRRY141612) for $49.99. Shipping is Flat-Rate $7.


Key Features:
Lightweight portable design
Compact for easy storage
Spray wand with quick connect nozzle coupler
Includes three nozzles: 15, soap and turbo for 50% faster cleaning

https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com...ZRRY141612
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I have this, was worth the money to me. I have a family member with a larger 2000 PSI Sun Joe.

I will say that it does have pros/cons to not having wheels. When I'm out on the yard I have to manually lift it up to move it, rather than just wheel it around. The benefit is it wont tip over like a lot of the caddy style ones. I keep mine in a plastic milk crate type container and it breaks down pretty small but I don't know how much of a convenience it is over coiling everything up on a caddy like the sun joe or larger pressure washers.

This is used for light duty driveway stuff so I can't really compare to anything higher end, but overall I think it was worth it.
I want to preface this by saying, I legitimately love this pressure washer because it's not a hassle to throw it in the car when I'm heading to a car show on the other side of town the day before a meet. But my experience with this SPECIFIC pressure washer has been hit or miss with DTFO. I've purchased 3 of these because like most you guys, I'm a sucker for a good deal. 1 died within 7 months which had to go through a warranty claim (Ryobi covers it for 1 year even through purchase at secondary retailers for refurbished models) which was a hassle and took about 6 weeks total with repairs (Home depot wouldn't do the repairs because they don't do any electrical units from Ryobi so I had to go to an outside shop 40 minutes from my house). The other two units have been working solid so far with no issues. The caveat is that the hose that comes with this device is terrible! So I went on Amazon and ordered a hose that was kink-free and longer so now I have a 50 foot hose that I'm able to use and a trigger that came with it for a really as a lightning deal. At $50 even with the hassle, this is a steal and it feels like they have a never ending supply of these since I purchased my 3 units over the course of 2 years at the same price. I also received one where the turbo nozzle was broken, it's an after thought for this comment but I wanted to include it, they wanted me to do that through warranty too because DFTO is not exactly return or exchange friendly so I recommend checking EVERYTHING within that first 2 days of delivery because they have a 7 day window.
For anyone like me that sort of fell down the whole pressure washing rabbit hole, the pressure hose on this uses M22-15mm instead of the more common M22-14mm. This is important information in case you wanted to upgrade to quick connect fittings all around. Also, if you want to upgrade to a better hose, make sure you get something with swivel built in, it'll save you quite a bit of hassle.

EDIT: Now I'm not so sure, Ryobi 1600 has multiple models, the 141600 appears to use M22-15mm and the 141612 uses M22-14mm. Best idea to ask Ryobi about the exact model that you receive.

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Does anyone know if DTO codes as a home improvement store like Home Depot or Lowes. Trying to figure out if it will trigger 5x on Chase Freedom this quarter.
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Just paid $59 last week. Bummer
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Do you like it?
Haven't used it yet but I like the size and they have good reviews.
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Ive been following reviews and have heard a lot of positives about this, as long as you know of course that it won't blast like a gas one.
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I have this, was worth the money to me. I have a family member with a larger 2000 PSI Sun Joe.

I will say that it does have pros/cons to not having wheels. When I'm out on the yard I have to manually lift it up to move it, rather than just wheel it around. The benefit is it wont tip over like a lot of the caddy style ones. I keep mine in a plastic milk crate type container and it breaks down pretty small but I don't know how much of a convenience it is over coiling everything up on a caddy like the sun joe or larger pressure washers.

This is used for light duty driveway stuff so I can't really compare to anything higher end, but overall I think it was worth it.
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Good to clean pollen off of side of house?
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This actually outputs 1900 PSI, after watching several YouTube reviews of it. Obviously the tip will change that, and can downgrade it to 800 if you use something like a 40° tip.

Excellent value for the money.
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That is the most frustrating website I've ever been on. Great deals but even when you filter it to ship to home 90% of the items can't be added to your cart.
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I got one the last time it popped up. I like it. Did a good job on my deck.
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Also pulled the trigger on this - seems it will be suitable for what I need!
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Missed out when it was advertised last time, but just got one now. Thanks OP!
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In for one for the portability aspect and a dirt cheap jig saw.... $15
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