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Ryobi RY18PW22A-0 18V ONE Cordless 22bar Power Washer (Bare Tool), 18 V

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Ryobi RY18PW22A-0 18V ONE Cordless 22bar Power Washer (Bare Tool), 18 V
Ryobi RY18PW22A-0 18V ONE Cordless 22bar Power Washer (Bare Tool), 18 V

£129.95

Description

  • Rather than the hassle of getting out a pressure washer to clean your vehicle, bike, or other surface, simply grab your power washer, connect to a hose, and you’re ready to go
  • Clean on the go! Use the included syphoning kit to pull water from any fresh water source, like a lake or even a bucket, to clean anywhere
  • 6m syphoning kit hose means greater flexibility of movement when cleaning away from the home
  • 3-in-1 nozzle includes a turbo nozzle for tough cleaning applications, 15° fan spray for general cleaning, and a shower function for rinsing
  • 4 x more power than a standard garden hose to quickly clean a variety of surfaces

Additional information

Specification: Ryobi RY18PW22A-0 18V ONE Cordless 22bar Power Washer (Bare Tool), 18 V

Manufacturer

Part Number

Package Dimensions

‎38.4 x 27.8 x 20.2 cm, 2.56 Kilograms

Item model number

‎Ryobi RY18PW22A-0 18V ONE+

Style

Pattern

‎Single

Power Source

‎DC

Voltage

‎18 Volts

Item Package Quantity

‎1

Hose Length

‎6 Metres

Included Components

‎1 x RY18PW22A-0, 1 x synphoning kit

Batteries included

‎No

Batteries Required

‎Yes

Item Weight

‎2.56 kg

Reviews (7)

7 reviews for Ryobi RY18PW22A-0 18V ONE Cordless 22bar Power Washer (Bare Tool), 18 V

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  1. Mr Paul Reeve

    Purchased this as, having an older K’Archer that is mains powered, needed something cordless to clean the boat when away from mains power. It is very, very underpowered and actual usable spread is very narrow. Tried it for washing the car and reverted to sponge and a bucket as, even with a hose attached, it was pretty useless.
    I have only kept (rather than sending back) as I can use it to hose down the boat. However, it’s more of a powered hose down than a clean and the spread is so narrow it would take a very, very long time to cover the entire surface area.
    Not something I would honestly recommend except for really niche applications and, frankly, very disappointing overall. Not sure how it managed a 22 bar rating, but can only assume that, rather like the stiletto heel/elephants foot comparison, it was measured on a very small surface area!

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  2. AtoZRealQuick

    3 functions on the spray allow for many actions!
    Water your garden, no problem!
    Power wash your car, close or far away from your house? No problem!
    Works wonders on our cars.
    Best part? No electric cord!

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  3. DAVE COOKE

    A confession. I love the Ryobi One+ range, I have loads of devices from it. I also have several batteries (about six I think) so have no issues buying something as a bare unit.

    I partake in a sport called Blokarting, which is basically land sailing, mainly on a beach. Between autumn and spring we sail on damp sand, and even on the better days everything gets coated in sand. When I found this new One+ device had been released I was very keen to buy one, for use after a session on the beach.

    This retails for about £130 but I found it on Amazon for a discount of around 12%. It seems just as well made as all of my other Ryobi kit, and it’s simple to put together, I didn’t need to refer to the manual. The battery compartment accepts all battery sizes, up to the 5Amp that I use, and protects the battery from water and sand. Once assembled, even with the heaviest 5Amp battery in place, it’s top heavy and won’t stand on its base. The hose is a good length and there’s a little clip to hook it…

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  4. Stuart

    Works ok for what it is, but Ryobi really need to catch up with the competition with attachments!!
    No snow foam bottle, no brushes etc…
    Worx hydroshot way ahead in that regard, and the only advantage with this is that I have a number of Ryobi batteries and a load of the One+ Tool range already. If I didn’t this would be going back and I’d stick with the Worx……….

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  5. Kindle Customer

    I am already a fan of the One + range so hoped it would live up to expectations…… It certainly does in every detail.

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  6. MR P Mc

    I bought this to clean the worst of the salt and general road crud off my motorbike during the winter.

    I have a regular mains powered pressure washer, so why buy this then? Well here are my reasons, I already own Ryobi tools so have the batteries already. It’s much quicker to get this washer into action than dragging the garden hose out along with the pressure washer and then plugging it in, then putting it all away afterwards.

    I can use this Ryobi washer with a bucket full of hot/warm tap water and that is sufficient to get the bike clean and using the warm water makes a real difference to just cold from the mains fed power washer and you shouldn’t really use anything too powerful on a bike anyway as you could do more harm than good. I spray the bike with Muc-Off bike cleaner first (which I also rate) then rinse with the Ryobi, 10-15mins job done.

    I must say that I have and will possibly only use this washer to clean the bike as I will use the regular mains washer for all the other…

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  7. ppbrec1

    I was not going to bother to write a review for this product but in view of one of the answers to a question I raised felt that perhaps I should.
    I feel that the detail on this site is somewhat confusing. The first bullet point implies the washer’s simplicity in fitting a battery and a hose and away to go.
    I read this as meaning a hose attached to the mains and was therefore surprised to read in the manual that the unit should NOT be attached to mains water. A fact confirmed by the manufacturer.
    Working from a bucket or trug may well suit some but regrettably not me . The washer has been returned.

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