For a powerful pressure washer without the fumes and gasoline, check out the SunJoe SPX3500. With this electric model, you won’t have to worry about gas cans, choke levers, pull cords or priming bubbles. It offers fantastic cleaning capabilities for a machine of this type, and it also has convenient on-board storage locations for the included nozzle set and a set of nice hooks for coiling the power cord and high-pressure hose. The SPX3500’s hard plastic wheels are large enough to roll easily over grass, bumps or other rough terrain. One of our favorite aspects of the SunJoe SPX3500 is its surprisingly low noise level – if you’re looking for a powerful pressure washer that won’t disturb your neighbors or wake up your napping kids, this is it.
Still, we have a few complaints about the SPX3500. First, if your projects require raw power, electric models can’t compete with the pressure produced by gas cleaners. This model is also quite bulky compared to other electric models. If you’re looking for a washer that you can store on a shelf or in a closet, it would be wise to opt for something more compact. Still, we think the SunJoe SPX3500 is a great option for those who expect the most from an electric pressure washer.
Is the sunjoe spx3500 a good bike?
We found it to be a bit of a bumpy ride in rough terrain due impart to this model’s rigid plastic wheels, but all in all the SPX3500 has a great balance and is perfect for decks or pavement. The SunJoe SPX3500 is slender, but it’s also fairly wide and is especially tall.
How many nozzles does the spx3000 washer have?
Unlike most washers that have four nozzles, the SPX3000 ships with five: a powerful 0-degree nozzle, two mid-range 15-degree and 25-degree nozzles, a gentle 40-degree option, and a soap nozzle. All nozzles are easy to attach and remove thanks to the quick-connect at the end of the wand.
What kind of motor does the SPX 3000 use?
The machine uses a standard motor that you’ll find on the larger SPX 4000 and the SPX 4001 – the 14.5 amp motor. They claim it will generate up to 2030 PSI but I can’t verify that figure – it did, however, clean my bricks without damage. It was not all sunlight and roses with the SPX 3000 however.