Pro 2200-PSI 14 Amp 2.3-GPM Electric Pressure Washer

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5102302
$299.99
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2200 PSI Electric Pressure Washer is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 38.
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  • Greenworks most powerful brushless pressure washer with Smart Pressure Technology provides constant reliable pressure for every job
  • Brushless motor provides more power, torque and extended motor life with a 10 year motor warranty
  • Up to 50% more increased water flow with Xstream Flow technology
  • Digital Pressure Sensing, on board LED display senses nozzle change and increases motor RPMs for maximum water flow
  • Five quick connect nozzles designed for a variety of surfaces, including high flow soap nozzle for carwash-like soap application
  • 2200 PSI, 1.2 GPM
  • 100 PSI, 2.3 GPM
  • 3 Year Limited Warranty
  • Greenworks most powerful brushless pressure washer with Smart Pressure Technology provides constant reliable pressure for every job
  • Brushless motor provides more power, torque and extended motor life with a 10 year motor warranty
  • Up to 50% more increased water flow with Xstream Flow technology
  • Digital Pressure Sensing, on board LED display senses nozzle change and increases motor RPMs for maximum water flow
  • Five quick connect nozzles designed for a variety of surfaces, including high flow soap nozzle for carwash-like soap application
  • 2200 PSI, 1.2 GPM
  • 100 PSI, 2.3 GPM
  • 3 Year Limited Warranty
PSI:
2200
GPM:
2.3
Wheel Size:
10 in.
Hose Length:
25 Feet
Cord Length:
35 feet
Onboard Tool Storage:
Yes
Soap Tanks:
Single On-Board
Motor Type:
Brushless
Quick Connect Nozzles:
Yes
Certifications:
PWMA
Warranty:
3 Year
Battery Capacity:
-

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

I plug in and is not working

Asked by: Dino69
Hello, We are sorry to hear about this issue. Please try out the following troubleshooting. Purge any excess air from the pump. Set up the unit as per usual and ensure you are not using an extension cord. Remove any nozzle that may be connected at the end of the wand. Make sure that you have a green light on the GFCI on the power cord. Turn your garden hose on but leave the pressure washer turned OFF. With the pressure washer turned off, squeeze on the trigger for about 3 minutes – allowing the water to run through the unit at no pressure. In doing so, you are bleeding the unit out of any air that may be stuck in the pump. After 3 minutes, turn the unit on. If it is running, reinstall one of your clean nozzles and continue using the unit. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact us directly at 1-888-909-6757 or by sending an eamil to info@greenworkstools.com.
Answered by: GreenWorks Support
Date published: 2021-04-16

i have a pro 2200 electric pressure washer on the bottom of the soap tank there is a brass fitting that the small clear hose attatches to i need a new [fitting to reconnect the hose can you tell me how i can order this fitting Thx Bob

Asked by: Bobby 106
Hello Bobby 106, It seems as though you may be referring to the brass suction assembly. However, before providing part numbers, we would like to be sure. Kindly contact our team at 1-888-909-6757 or via email at info@greenworkstools.com.
Answered by: GreenWorks Support
Date published: 2021-04-08

Se have a problem with the machine.the machine stop vert often

Asked by: Gérard lessard
Hello Gérard lessard, Please ensure you purge the unit prior to use: The unit should be off. Connect the garden hose to the pressure washer. Connect the high pressure hose and the spray gun/wand. No nozzle. Turn the water on. Hold down and squeeze the trigger on the spray gun to purge out any water or air from the unit for a good 1 - 2 minutes. This will relieve any built-up pressure. While you're still holding the trigger switch the pressure washer to on.
Answered by: GreenWorks Support
Date published: 2021-04-08

Machine won't go above car mode no matter what spray nozel is on

Asked by: Chad1234
Hello, This issue can be caused by a few factors such as excess air trapped in the pump, clogged nozzles or no nozzle being installed. Here you will find some troubleshooting suggestions to resolve these issues. 1) To clean the nozzles, soak all of your nozzles in a half and half mixture of warm water and white vinegar. Soak all the nozzles for about an hour and then proceed to poke your nozzle cleaning tool or paper clip through the end of the nozzle hole to poke out any debris. After you have done this, rinse them with warm water. Your nozzles will now be free of any obstructions causing the unit to malfunction. 2) Purge any excess air from the pump. Set up the unit as per usual and ensure you are not using an extension cord. Remove any nozzle that may be connected at the end of the wand. Make sure that you have a green light on the GFCI on the power cord. Turn your garden hose on but leave the pressure washer turned OFF. With the pressure washer turned off, squeeze on the trigger for about 3 minutes – allowing the water to run through the unit at no pressure. In doing so, you are bleeding the unit out of any air that may be stuck in the pump. After 3 minutes, turn the unit on. If it is running, reinstall one of your clean nozzles and continue using the unit. 3) Ensure a nozzle is connected. 4) Ensure that the water source is fully opened and is at least 60PSI. 5) There should be 10' of unrestricted garden hose between the hose connection and the unit, any kinks will prevent the flow of water from going into the unit and prevent proper pressure. Please try all troubleshooting exactly as written for best results. If you have further issues, please give us a call at 1-888-909-6757 or send an email to info@greenworkstools.com.
Answered by: GreenWorks Support
Date published: 2021-04-12

how does the 2200 compare to the 2700

Asked by: Bob42
Hello Bob42, The ultimate difference is the pressure along with a few technical details. Our GPW2200 provides constant reliable pressure for every job and up to 50% more increased water flow with Xstream Flow technology. GPW2700 has more of a heavy-duty feel, with our heavy-duty cast aluminum axial cam pump, this pressure washer delivers Better Than Gas™ performance with the convenience of clean sustainable power. Both units are more than suitable for residential use it just depends on the jobs you plan to take on! The GPW2200 has Smart Pressure Technology. The brushless motor adjusts to the flow rate of the pressurized water in response to the backpressure sensors from the nozzle being used. This allows the soap to reach up to a second-story window without the aid of an extension or a ladder. The new 2700psi pressure washer has more of a gas-style pump featuring Jetflow technology. This means that the pump and motor do not shut off when the trigger is released and thus has improved pump-priming and a higher-pressure response. Professionally certified by the Pressure Washer Manufacturers Association, the new 2700 is guaranteed to provide the maximum performance.
Answered by: GreenWorks Support
Date published: 2021-03-25

What type of metal is the pump made of? What about the pump internals?

Asked by: Bill98668
Hello Bill98668, Thank you for your question. The pump is made from Cast Aluminum/Magnesium Alloy.
Answered by: GreenWorks Support
Date published: 2021-03-22

I have the 2200 psi . What surface cleaner or mop attachment can I buy? The one I’ve seen is only for lower than 2000 psi.

Asked by: LeeZee
Hello LeeZee, GreenWorks 15" Surface Cleaner Model 5203502 has a Max PSI 3100 would be compatible. https://www.greenworkstools.com/15-inch-surface-cleaner Unfortunately, this item is currently out of stock and is expected to be in stock closer to Spring. In the meantime, you may enter your email into the appropriate field so that you can be notified as soon as the stock has been replenished.
Answered by: GreenWorks
Date published: 2021-02-24

When you use the soap tank is the soap diluted from the water coming into the unit from the hose? If yes what is the ratio of dilution.

Asked by: Tom E B
Hello Tom E B, When using the soap function, the black 75-degree tip is necessary for the right amount of air and soap mixture to allow the soap tank to expel soap into the water line and mix. The soap is dispensed into the water stream at a ratio of approximately 7:1.
Answered by: GreenWorks
Date published: 2021-02-21
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best on the market This pressure washer is fantastic. It came in several pieces but was easy to put together with included instructions and took me less than 30 minutes, never having actually put one together before. The cord is long enough for me to take care of my entire property with my outdoor outlets. There is no "kickback" during spraying. The wand glides nice. My 6 year old even helped me (after some safety training of course!) I've used it to spray my house/windows off, rejuvenate my drive and sidewalk, and wash our cars. The ability to add soap is so great. Also I was surprised it was quiet! I plan on buying another one for my dads birthday next month.
Date published: 2017-07-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Impressive! I am very impressed with this Greenworks pressure washer. I used it to clean vinyl siding and painted decks that were badly stained with mildew and grime from the tree canopy. The washer did an excellent job cleaning these surfaces. I especially liked how easy this washer is to use! I have always been intimidated by pressure washers and trying to wrestle heavy, gas powered equipment has never appealed to me. The Greenworks washer is lightweight, hassle-free, and maneuverable. It is much quieter than a gas powered washer and there is no gas smell fouling the work environment. For me, these were major advantages that actually made pressure washing a pleasant, gratifying chore. I highly recommend this washer and look forward to using it again for additional projects such as cleaning the car, boat, etc.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Hose sprung a leak first summer using it. Went to replace hose and the Handle was corroded on water nozzle, not totally surprised by that. But the way the hose would always get Kinks and never be Easy to keep kink free without going over it multiple times was very disturbing. The hose eventually blew a leek that was unfixable. Went to take nozzle odd and it snapped, again I’ll take fault for that. Bought new hose and nozzle not realizing certain electric nozzle was needed. Into this machine near 100 already this year and still not sure what I’m going to get. Very quick to blow whatever fuse box it’s connected too. Just not happy with it, right now.
Date published: 2020-04-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Headache I purchased this about four years ago from Lowe’s I have replaced the pump wants the second one broke the search suppressor would trip after four minutes of run time not worth
Date published: 2020-05-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not worth the money Was given the pressure washer as a Christmas present a few years ago. Used it for the first time 2 summers ago to wash my driveway. Worked like a champ. Tried to use it this past summer to wash the back porch. It kept tripping the GFI. Plugged into the outside GFI my shed and it does the same thing. Just tried to use it again and it’s doing the same thing. It’s pretty and it looks good sitting in my garage. But it looks like I’m not the only one who has experienced this problem. Greenworks should post this issue on the box. It might keep buyers from spending so much money on a one time use pressure washer.
Date published: 2021-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love It! I love this power washer. It was super easy to put together. I have now power washed our very dirty and green back patio, our front stoop, walkway, and driveway. It is a GREAT product. I have only ever used a gas powered one, years ago. What I recall about that one was it was very loud. This one is not. Perhaps you get a little more horsepower with a gas one, but this one did a fantastic job of getting all the grime off. I especially like the turbo nozzle for heavy duty cleaning. Just be careful you aren't using it on broken concrete and always wear safety googles. Highly recommended!
Date published: 2017-07-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great upgrade from previous model!! This is my second Greenworks pressure washer. I also have the GPW1950. I enjoyed using that product but the 2200 PSI model DEFINITELY feels like a considerable upgrade. But I will start from the beginning. Delivery: The pressure washer was delivered to my garage without a generic cardboard box on the outside. Just bright green and black Greenworks box; as if it were bought off the shelf at a Lowe’s. There are pros and cons to this. Pros: o Less packaging is less waste in a landfill (after all, the company is called Greenworks!); I like to think most Greenwork’s customers recycle. o Less packaging is easier to open and less that I need to deal with. Cons: o The package was left unattended for several hours and it was quite obvious what was in the package to anyone that may consider stealing something. No guess work to determine if it’s worth the chance. They can see what it is. Perhaps requiring a signature for delivery would be better, but I hate missing the delivery guy too.... o There is less protecting the contents of the package. My box was damaged during shipping but thankfully folks at Greenworks did a great job with their packaging design and the product was unharmed. Unboxing: Getting the pressure washer out of the box wasn’t difficult at all. The parts were very well protected / wrapped / organized. There are even firm cardboard corner pieces to help the package maintain its shape and protect the contents. I really like that it didn’t feel like there was an excess of packing material as well. The entire box wasn’t filled with packing material taking up all the extra space inside the package. Some Assembly Required: I’m a man. I dunno about a man’s man…but a man. I decided to tackle that beast without instructions. Because that’s what men do right fellas? Fellas….? Well it was very easy to figure out. It shouldn’t take more than 5 minutes to assembly this baby. I did take a look at the instructions so I could include some information about it in my review and they appear to be very easy to follow with great illustrations to assist. Design: Pros: o First things first…I LOVE that Greenworks has the foresight to include a tool to clean plugged nozzles. It’s the little things that can make a world of difference. BUT! There is no place to keep this tool safe and secure and it is VERY easy to misplace it; other than the bright red tag. (tip..no pun intended) What I do is I keep it under the nozzle I feel I will use the least and then it cannot go anywhere. o The 10” wheels of the pressure washer combined with the it being light weight (about 40 lbs) as well as a great center of balance make this very easy to move around. The previous unit had smaller tires and weight placement was not quite as good. This baby goes across the sidewalk to my yard and across with ease. Bravo Greenworks. o The 35’ electrical cord comes equipped with a resettable GFCI. This is nice in the event something happens you shouldn’t need to go all the way to your breaker to reset things. Greenworks has also included a hanging system for the electrical cord similar to vacuums in that the hangers are rotatable so the hose is easy to unwind very quickly. I was impressed with this. o The ½” thick, 25’ long hose is stiff but no overly stiff. It’s manageable and fairly maneuverable. Greenworks includes a hanger to keep this tidy when not in use. Nice touch. THOUGH, I would like to have a longer spray hose. On a “Pro” o Tip storage on this unit is a SERIOUS upgrade from the previous model that I own. On my older washer, the tips fell out ALL THE TIME. I currently cannot find three of them for that very reason. However, on this unit I have 0 concerns about that. They sit in their storage bar firmly and securely with nice color-coded labels to indicate where you can place them but also to let you know that you what you have misplaced if you don’t see them all. This was a much-needed upgrade and I’m happy to have it. o The front “foot” has a rubber pad on it that keeps the washer from moving if you don’t want it to. Again, the little things can make a big impression Cons: o A FLAW: The soap dispensing system. I used this system for about 5 hours today cleaning my driveway and a few days ago spraying off a wall (wasn’t using soap). Purging the system of air went perfectly fine prior to both of those jobs. Today, I decided to try the soap system, which required me to disconnect the water supply hose. I put the soap in the reservoir and connected the supply hose and turned on the water. When I squeezed the handle to bleed the air, (Pressure washer still turned off) the system started dumping soapy water out. Originally, I feared that whenever soap is present, the washer would dispense soap no matter what. Thankfully it appears to be a smart system that only dispenses soap when there is little resistance due to using the soap nozzle, or unfortunately, bleeding air from the system. Not the end of the world but it would be nice if this was user selectable via a simple valve or switch. I did not try to bleed the air with a different nozzle so maybe that won’t happen when more resistance is present… o This isn’t really a con so much as I just don’t get it. The LED on the front of the unit is lost on me. It’s pretty…but that’s it. I really don’t need a light up panel to tell me what the pressure washer thinks I’m cleaning. Functionality: Pros: o The system overall works great! It’s much quieter than gas pressure washers I have used in the past and not having to deal with the smell of gas, mixing oil, exhaust smell, and thank god for not having to have a pull start. MAN I AM GLAD TO NOT HAVE A PULL START!!! o It’s lighter than a gas pressure washer. About 20 lbs lighter than similar gas models. That’s a lot! o No pull start. NICE. o The variable speed system is a nice touch. You can hear the difference in the RPMs when using the various nozzles. o It’s easy enough for a five-year-old to use it. (with adult supervision, of course) o Have I mentioned that there is no pull start? Have you ever yanked and yanked at a pull start? Did you hate it? Get electric and never look back. Cons: o The system is advertised with a soap system that is on par with a car wash. I don’t feel that this is true. It dispenses soap, which is great but in my opinion, it doesn’t output nearly enough. BUT I use a soap cannon when I wash my cars. So there is a significant difference there. It would be nice to have a soap cannon included with this. (hint hint Greenworks). BUT, this CON has a silver lining. My soap cannon did connect to this pressure washer perfectly fine and I was able to use it with great success!! o The system takes about 4 seconds from the time you squeeze the trigger to being at full pressure. On a typical job where you are going to be using it steadily this really doesn’t matter. But if you are having to stop and start often, it gets to be a bit irritating. Definitely not a deal breaker though. It’s a fair trade off for not having to deal with a pull start (seeing a pattern?). o I’d like to see a longer sprayer hose. It was mentioned above but as this is the “CON” section…well, here it is again. o The cotter pins used to keep the wheel axels in place are not the most secure. Twice I have found them in my yard. (same one both times actually) BUT somehow, the wheels have stayed on. Even going down steps, across rough terrain and even being turned around in my garage…so that part is kind of a plus I guess? Summary: I am very impressed with the Greenworks 2200 PSI Electric Pressure Washer. It may have a couple of things that I would like to have different but those things should definitely not sway anyone towards not buying this product. In my mind, they are more “nice to have” versus shortcomings. I enjoy using this pressure washer and so do my wife and kids. We are very happy with the results and the experience overall. It has earned its place among our other Greenworks products.
Date published: 2017-06-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works great and great features. This washer does a great job. Built sturdy but yet easy to move around with the wheels. Very easy to assemble. Nice that it has a place to hold the power cord and the sprayer hose. The built-in rack that holds the different nozzles is a great idea. Makes them easy to find and makes for quick switches. Only drawbacks I found were the pressure does not kick in for a second or two when you pull the trigger. Also it seems to hold a lot of water inside because when done and turned off the water and then sprayed to release all the pressure it went for a long time.
Date published: 2017-07-19
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best on the market This pressure washer is fantastic. It came in several pieces but was easy to put together with included instructions and took me less than 30 minutes, never having actually put one together before. The cord is long enough for me to take care of my entire property with my outdoor outlets. There is no "kickback" during spraying. The wand glides nice. My 6 year old even helped me (after some safety training of course!) I've used it to spray my house/windows off, rejuvenate my drive and sidewalk, and wash our cars. The ability to add soap is so great. Also I was surprised it was quiet! I plan on buying another one for my dads birthday next month.
Date published: 2017-07-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Impressive! I am very impressed with this Greenworks pressure washer. I used it to clean vinyl siding and painted decks that were badly stained with mildew and grime from the tree canopy. The washer did an excellent job cleaning these surfaces. I especially liked how easy this washer is to use! I have always been intimidated by pressure washers and trying to wrestle heavy, gas powered equipment has never appealed to me. The Greenworks washer is lightweight, hassle-free, and maneuverable. It is much quieter than a gas powered washer and there is no gas smell fouling the work environment. For me, these were major advantages that actually made pressure washing a pleasant, gratifying chore. I highly recommend this washer and look forward to using it again for additional projects such as cleaning the car, boat, etc.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Hose sprung a leak first summer using it. Went to replace hose and the Handle was corroded on water nozzle, not totally surprised by that. But the way the hose would always get Kinks and never be Easy to keep kink free without going over it multiple times was very disturbing. The hose eventually blew a leek that was unfixable. Went to take nozzle odd and it snapped, again I’ll take fault for that. Bought new hose and nozzle not realizing certain electric nozzle was needed. Into this machine near 100 already this year and still not sure what I’m going to get. Very quick to blow whatever fuse box it’s connected too. Just not happy with it, right now.
Date published: 2020-04-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Headache I purchased this about four years ago from Lowe’s I have replaced the pump wants the second one broke the search suppressor would trip after four minutes of run time not worth
Date published: 2020-05-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not worth the money Was given the pressure washer as a Christmas present a few years ago. Used it for the first time 2 summers ago to wash my driveway. Worked like a champ. Tried to use it this past summer to wash the back porch. It kept tripping the GFI. Plugged into the outside GFI my shed and it does the same thing. Just tried to use it again and it’s doing the same thing. It’s pretty and it looks good sitting in my garage. But it looks like I’m not the only one who has experienced this problem. Greenworks should post this issue on the box. It might keep buyers from spending so much money on a one time use pressure washer.
Date published: 2021-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love It! I love this power washer. It was super easy to put together. I have now power washed our very dirty and green back patio, our front stoop, walkway, and driveway. It is a GREAT product. I have only ever used a gas powered one, years ago. What I recall about that one was it was very loud. This one is not. Perhaps you get a little more horsepower with a gas one, but this one did a fantastic job of getting all the grime off. I especially like the turbo nozzle for heavy duty cleaning. Just be careful you aren't using it on broken concrete and always wear safety googles. Highly recommended!
Date published: 2017-07-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great upgrade from previous model!! This is my second Greenworks pressure washer. I also have the GPW1950. I enjoyed using that product but the 2200 PSI model DEFINITELY feels like a considerable upgrade. But I will start from the beginning. Delivery: The pressure washer was delivered to my garage without a generic cardboard box on the outside. Just bright green and black Greenworks box; as if it were bought off the shelf at a Lowe’s. There are pros and cons to this. Pros: o Less packaging is less waste in a landfill (after all, the company is called Greenworks!); I like to think most Greenwork’s customers recycle. o Less packaging is easier to open and less that I need to deal with. Cons: o The package was left unattended for several hours and it was quite obvious what was in the package to anyone that may consider stealing something. No guess work to determine if it’s worth the chance. They can see what it is. Perhaps requiring a signature for delivery would be better, but I hate missing the delivery guy too.... o There is less protecting the contents of the package. My box was damaged during shipping but thankfully folks at Greenworks did a great job with their packaging design and the product was unharmed. Unboxing: Getting the pressure washer out of the box wasn’t difficult at all. The parts were very well protected / wrapped / organized. There are even firm cardboard corner pieces to help the package maintain its shape and protect the contents. I really like that it didn’t feel like there was an excess of packing material as well. The entire box wasn’t filled with packing material taking up all the extra space inside the package. Some Assembly Required: I’m a man. I dunno about a man’s man…but a man. I decided to tackle that beast without instructions. Because that’s what men do right fellas? Fellas….? Well it was very easy to figure out. It shouldn’t take more than 5 minutes to assembly this baby. I did take a look at the instructions so I could include some information about it in my review and they appear to be very easy to follow with great illustrations to assist. Design: Pros: o First things first…I LOVE that Greenworks has the foresight to include a tool to clean plugged nozzles. It’s the little things that can make a world of difference. BUT! There is no place to keep this tool safe and secure and it is VERY easy to misplace it; other than the bright red tag. (tip..no pun intended) What I do is I keep it under the nozzle I feel I will use the least and then it cannot go anywhere. o The 10” wheels of the pressure washer combined with the it being light weight (about 40 lbs) as well as a great center of balance make this very easy to move around. The previous unit had smaller tires and weight placement was not quite as good. This baby goes across the sidewalk to my yard and across with ease. Bravo Greenworks. o The 35’ electrical cord comes equipped with a resettable GFCI. This is nice in the event something happens you shouldn’t need to go all the way to your breaker to reset things. Greenworks has also included a hanging system for the electrical cord similar to vacuums in that the hangers are rotatable so the hose is easy to unwind very quickly. I was impressed with this. o The ½” thick, 25’ long hose is stiff but no overly stiff. It’s manageable and fairly maneuverable. Greenworks includes a hanger to keep this tidy when not in use. Nice touch. THOUGH, I would like to have a longer spray hose. On a “Pro” o Tip storage on this unit is a SERIOUS upgrade from the previous model that I own. On my older washer, the tips fell out ALL THE TIME. I currently cannot find three of them for that very reason. However, on this unit I have 0 concerns about that. They sit in their storage bar firmly and securely with nice color-coded labels to indicate where you can place them but also to let you know that you what you have misplaced if you don’t see them all. This was a much-needed upgrade and I’m happy to have it. o The front “foot” has a rubber pad on it that keeps the washer from moving if you don’t want it to. Again, the little things can make a big impression Cons: o A FLAW: The soap dispensing system. I used this system for about 5 hours today cleaning my driveway and a few days ago spraying off a wall (wasn’t using soap). Purging the system of air went perfectly fine prior to both of those jobs. Today, I decided to try the soap system, which required me to disconnect the water supply hose. I put the soap in the reservoir and connected the supply hose and turned on the water. When I squeezed the handle to bleed the air, (Pressure washer still turned off) the system started dumping soapy water out. Originally, I feared that whenever soap is present, the washer would dispense soap no matter what. Thankfully it appears to be a smart system that only dispenses soap when there is little resistance due to using the soap nozzle, or unfortunately, bleeding air from the system. Not the end of the world but it would be nice if this was user selectable via a simple valve or switch. I did not try to bleed the air with a different nozzle so maybe that won’t happen when more resistance is present… o This isn’t really a con so much as I just don’t get it. The LED on the front of the unit is lost on me. It’s pretty…but that’s it. I really don’t need a light up panel to tell me what the pressure washer thinks I’m cleaning. Functionality: Pros: o The system overall works great! It’s much quieter than gas pressure washers I have used in the past and not having to deal with the smell of gas, mixing oil, exhaust smell, and thank god for not having to have a pull start. MAN I AM GLAD TO NOT HAVE A PULL START!!! o It’s lighter than a gas pressure washer. About 20 lbs lighter than similar gas models. That’s a lot! o No pull start. NICE. o The variable speed system is a nice touch. You can hear the difference in the RPMs when using the various nozzles. o It’s easy enough for a five-year-old to use it. (with adult supervision, of course) o Have I mentioned that there is no pull start? Have you ever yanked and yanked at a pull start? Did you hate it? Get electric and never look back. Cons: o The system is advertised with a soap system that is on par with a car wash. I don’t feel that this is true. It dispenses soap, which is great but in my opinion, it doesn’t output nearly enough. BUT I use a soap cannon when I wash my cars. So there is a significant difference there. It would be nice to have a soap cannon included with this. (hint hint Greenworks). BUT, this CON has a silver lining. My soap cannon did connect to this pressure washer perfectly fine and I was able to use it with great success!! o The system takes about 4 seconds from the time you squeeze the trigger to being at full pressure. On a typical job where you are going to be using it steadily this really doesn’t matter. But if you are having to stop and start often, it gets to be a bit irritating. Definitely not a deal breaker though. It’s a fair trade off for not having to deal with a pull start (seeing a pattern?). o I’d like to see a longer sprayer hose. It was mentioned above but as this is the “CON” section…well, here it is again. o The cotter pins used to keep the wheel axels in place are not the most secure. Twice I have found them in my yard. (same one both times actually) BUT somehow, the wheels have stayed on. Even going down steps, across rough terrain and even being turned around in my garage…so that part is kind of a plus I guess? Summary: I am very impressed with the Greenworks 2200 PSI Electric Pressure Washer. It may have a couple of things that I would like to have different but those things should definitely not sway anyone towards not buying this product. In my mind, they are more “nice to have” versus shortcomings. I enjoy using this pressure washer and so do my wife and kids. We are very happy with the results and the experience overall. It has earned its place among our other Greenworks products.
Date published: 2017-06-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works great and great features. This washer does a great job. Built sturdy but yet easy to move around with the wheels. Very easy to assemble. Nice that it has a place to hold the power cord and the sprayer hose. The built-in rack that holds the different nozzles is a great idea. Makes them easy to find and makes for quick switches. Only drawbacks I found were the pressure does not kick in for a second or two when you pull the trigger. Also it seems to hold a lot of water inside because when done and turned off the water and then sprayed to release all the pressure it went for a long time.
Date published: 2017-07-19
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