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Gerni Classic 130.3

Gerni Classic 130.3

4.3 from 6 reviews

See the Best Electric Pressure Washers in 2019 as rated by Australians on ProductReview.com.au.

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RND71

RND71NEW BEITH

Works exactly how I want

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First bought the Rhobi 2000 psi pressure cleaner but had to return it after the hose split just the 3rd wash in. Got a refund and bought the Gerni classic 130.3. I can say I paid $30 dollars more for the Gerni, but at 1885 psi it has ample pressure to wash everything I need it to. It appears to be made solid enough, but time will tell. There is not a lot out there to pick from but at this stage I do recommend it for the price. In my opinion it works better then the Rhobi.

Purchased in June 2019 for $279.00.

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Nathan J.

Nathan J.Southwest, VIC

Love it

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Great pressure for the price and great gerni quailty. use weekly for washing cars and cant fault it! only downside is the reel that acts like a slingshot once wound up.

Purchased in January 2019 at Bunnings Warehouse.

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Timster

Timstertstrano@bigpond.com

  • 9 reviews
  • 6 likes
  • Verified purchase

Good machine, terrible instructions

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Date PurchasedDec 2018
stlamc

stlamcPerth, WA

  • 8 reviews
  • 7 likes
  • Verified purchase

High Quality for a Reasonable Price

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Date PurchasedOct 2017

pont67

pont67AU

  • 56 reviews
  • 73 likes
  • Verified purchase

Plenty of power, reasonably quiet, works well

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Date PurchasedSep 2018

bzerk86

bzerk86Metropolitan Adelaide, SA

  • 32 reviews
  • 19 likes
  • Verified purchase

Very Happy with this Pressure Washer - Good accessories included

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Date PurchasedJul 2018

Questions & Answers

Peter W.

Peter W.asked

How do you wind on high pressure hose on to the drum roller.

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pont67
pont67

Place the end of the hose under one of the tabs on the drum (choose the end with the smallest fitting as the bigger fitting will hit the main unit at every turn of the handle and jam the drum) You will essentially be using the hose end fitting to anchor the hose to the drum at the tab point. As you wind the handle this will prevent any slippage of the hose as it winds onto the drum.

It can take a bit of practice but for me this works and if there is a better way I would like to know too. It's not really an efficient design as it's for storage only, and if it's too hard just wind it around the handle.


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