60V 1800-PSI 1.1-GPM Hybrid AC/DC Pressure Washer (Tool Only)

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60V 1800-PSI 1.1-GPM HYBRID AC/DC PRESSURE WASHER (TOOL ONLY) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 34.
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  • Powerful hybrid pressure washer operates with either an AC 120V outlet or two 60v batteries for ultimate portability
  • AC power delivers 1800 MAX PSI at 1.1 GMP, two 60V batteries delivers 1550 PSI at 1.1 GPM
  • Perfect for cleaning areas with no AC hook up - ideal for boats, campers and work areas
  • 3 Year Limited Tool Warranty

The all-new Greenworks PW18HYB hybrid pressure washer offers the ultimate in portability – it runs on a standard household AC 120V electrical outlet OR two pro-grade 60-volt lithium-ion batteries. When powered by AC, this powerful, reliable pressure washer delivers 1,800 max PSI of cleaning pressure at 1.1 GPM of water flow, while battery-power delivers 1,500 PSI at 1.0 GPM. Battery power and siphon-capabilities make it perfect for cleaning all those spots where AC hookups and hose bibs are not available, like boats, campers, and work areas. This lightweight, compact, easy-to-store pressure washer features a rugged metal design and durable aluminum pump head with stainless steel pistons for long life. With a 20-foot PVC hose, self-siphoning hose, onboard soap tank with built-in detergent system, and on-board accessory storage with 25- and 40-degree nozzles, turbo nozzle, and soap nozzle tips, it’s versatile, portable, and powerful for handling the most stubborn cleaning tasks. Backed by a three-year limited tool warranty. Batteries sold separately.

  • Powerful hybrid pressure washer operates with either an AC 120V outlet or two 60v batteries for ultimate portability
  • AC power delivers 1800 MAX PSI at 1.1 GMP, two 60V batteries delivers 1550 PSI at 1.1 GPM
  • Perfect for cleaning areas with no AC hook up - ideal for boats, campers and work areas
  • Includes on board soap tank with built in detergent system 25 and 40 degree, turbo and soap nozzles for all cleaning applications
  • Includes 15 foot hose for extended reach
  • Works with any 60V battery (batteries sold separately)
  • 3 Year Limited Tool Warranty
Rated 4 out of 5 by from can work from battery and easy to maneuver I used it to wash a grill that had been in the garage for a couple of years, cleaned it off good. I also used to clean cement from driveway where it had been mixed to patch porch, it removed it really well along with some chemicals I bought from Lowes. It does use a lot of soap, I guess that was my error, I tried washing with the soap nozzel on probably should have sprayed soap and then used pressure nozzel to clean. Would give it a 5 star except not enought pressure to strip paint off a deck, but works great for cleaning when no high pressure is needed. Worked great cleaning masonite sidding board on house which does not require a lot of pressure.
Date published: 2020-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great!! I’ve have used my Greenworks hybrid AC/DC pressure washer in several applications using the conventional form of garden hose and power cord and it has worked flawlessly. I find the pressure is more than adequate and the machine is light weight and easy to maneuver. I am most impressed with the Battery and syphon hose setup. I recently used to pressure wash my pontoon boat from the dock while the boat was on the lift. The washer was easy to convert over to this setup with everything provided with the washer and worked great. I completed the job in half the time without having to bother with cumbersome hoses and extension cords
Date published: 2020-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent power washer This lightweight electric power washer has been excellent. Assembly of the unit was quick and easy. It has easily handled jobs around the house such as power washing the siding on the house and concrete patio. The soap dispensing mechanism is better than the one on the gas powered washer I have used in the past. Cannot tell the difference when running on batteries or power cord. One recommendation would be to provide a convenient warning when the batteries are getting low so you don’t end up with soap all over your project and the run out of power.
Date published: 2020-08-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Replaced my gas powered and like GW better. I had a professional Pressure Washer and have started using the Greenworks hybrid version. I actually prefer it. The results have been just as good. However, the Greenworks is so much quieter and easier to use. I have used it both plugged in and on the 60V batteries. I liked it so much I sold the other one on Offer-up and got more than I paid for the Greenworks and 2 batteries. I used to get the moss off our patio. I have attached a before and after picture.
Date published: 2020-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Handy Little Pressure Washer I upgraded from my old gas pressure washer to the electric and haven't looked back. It was super easy to set up and I liked having the plug in/battery options for my job. The machine was simple to use and I was able to quickly change between nozzles. Handy little device! I think the one feature I would have liked to see is a bottom hook for the plug so I could wrap the cord a bit tighter when not in use.
Date published: 2020-07-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Battery option increases my range I've had it for a month now and have used it 4-5 times. I love the battery option. When you move around the base of a house, it is very convenient to switch to the battery between outlets (I could use an extension cord, but in general the battery option makes much more flexibility). I accidentally took a little bit of paint off the railings on my deck with the turbo nozzle, which is great for brick. The assembly instructions could have been clearer. Really like the battery release mechanism (wish my 40v mower had something like that). I do wish it was a little taller so I don't have to bend over when I'm dragging it around (I'm 6'1"). Plus, once you invest in the 60V batteries you can buy the Pro Leaf Blower. I'm stoked to not have to mess with gas canisters (and 2 cycle oil bottles) anymore.
Date published: 2020-09-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good power for a battery powered unit. Impressive. I under this unit on Battery power the first time (it said it produced less power on battery and I wanted to see how useful it was). Other than some minor leaks after connecting it to a water source, the unit ran great and more quietly than I expected. It can on and shut down very quickly when pulling or letting go of the trigger. I managed to clean my basement walkout concrete steps completely and they were covered in green stuff, dirt and plant residue and lawn clippings that had joint to them. Eighteen steps, door frame, concrete drain basin, all in about 90 minutes and I still had one bar left on each battery. Not a single hiccup. Impressive! I have a plug in unit from another Manufacturer and it has never run this smoothly.
Date published: 2020-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Power Washer I have had this power washer for a few months and it works great. Using the battery option allows you to use it without having to connect to an outlet and it still gives you the power to get the dirt and grime out, whether you are cleaning a driveway, pool room enclosure or a fence. I have had other pressure washers in the past but this one is far better than any other ones I have used, easy to setup, move and use. I find that this helps cut my time cleaning down and putting it away after using is a breeze.
Date published: 2020-09-21
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How long will the washer run on two 5 ah batteries?

Asked by: jlunsfordh
Hello jlunsfordh, The runtime with two 5.0Ah batteries is up to 30 minutes.
Answered by: GreenWorks Support
Date published: 2020-10-20

How do I dispense the soap from the unit?

Asked by: Franko
Hello Franko, The soap tank will only release if you use the black soap nozzle. If you add any other nozzle or a high-pressure soap applicator the soap tank will not be activated.
Answered by: GW Customer Agent
Date published: 2020-10-06

How hot can the water supply be to this pressure washer?

Asked by: ClearNewView
Hello ClearNewView, This is a cold water unit and should not be used with hot water. Hot water will damage the unit.
Answered by: GreenWorks Support
Date published: 2020-09-28

Now knowing the lower capacity battery determines the run time, what is the approximate run time using a 2.0 AH with a 5.0 AH battery.  

Asked by: Mike1986
Hello Mike1986, The runtime with the two batteries 2.0Ah and 5.0Ah battery is approximately 15 minutes combined.
Answered by: GreenWorks Support
Date published: 2020-09-18

What the estimated weight and package dimensions?

Asked by: Stason
Hello Stason, The weight of the unit is 26.5 lbs. The dimensions are: width is 1.7 ft height is 2.11 ft front of unit to back wheel is 1.5 ft.
Answered by: GreenWorks Support
Date published: 2020-09-14

Do batteries come with the unit?

Asked by: JTfromJC
Hello JTfromJC, No, this is a tool only model which means no battery or charger is included. However, it is a hybrid model and can be used as a corded unit.
Answered by: GWT Customer Support
Date published: 2020-10-21

Can 80v batteries be used. If not are you planning on releasing an 80 model?

Asked by: Rammer
Hello Rammer - This pressure washer uses a 120 volt universal motor and the two 60 volt batteries are connected in series to form a single 120 volt battery, so it is actually a higher voltage and more powerful system than it would be if an 80 volt battery was used with an 80 volt motor. Also, Greenworks already had a 120 Vac corded pressure washer available, and it was very simple and inexpensive to add cordless capability by using two 60 volt batteries connected in series. Making a standalone 80 volt cordless system would require an all new motor, and would be much more expensive. I have one of these pressure washers, and simply removed the cord because I already own several more powerful corded models and won’t be using it. 
Answered by: Mike60
Date published: 2020-08-25

Do the two 60 volt batteries need to be the same capacity ?

Asked by: Mike59
I have since bought this pressure washer, and although different capacity batteries can be used, the smaller capacity battery will determine the run time. So, as soon as the smaller capacity battery is depleted, the pressure washer will stop running, even though the larger capacity battery still has soon charge left in it. I believe that the batteries are wired in series to create a 120 Vdc battery to operate the 120 volt universal motor that can also operate on 120 Vac.
Answered by: Mike60
Date published: 2020-10-31
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Wheel Size:
8 in.
Hose Length:
20 Feet
Cord Length:
35 feet
Motor Type:
Pump Type:
Axial Cam
Spray Pattern 1:
40 Degree
Spray Pattern 2:
25 Degree
Spray Pattern 3:
Spray Pattern 4:
3 Year
Battery Capacity:
  • (1) 60V Pressure Washer
  • (1) High Pressure Hose
  • (1) Siphon Kit
  • (3) Spray Tips: 25, 40, soap
  • (1) Turbo Nozzle
  • (1) Pressure Washer Gun/Wand
  • (1) Owner's Manual
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