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Which One Is Better: Greenworks Vs Ryobi Pressure Washer?

Greenworks and Ryobi are 2 famous brands in the pressure washer industry, but which one is better? Let’s compare the 2 best products from these brands hereRyobi 1600 pressure washer and Greenworks 1500 PSI GPW1501.

The Greenworks Brand

The Greenworks brand that was founded in 2007 has the main HQ in Mooresville, NorthCarolina. This brand has grown in both size and product quality in the past few years.

Although this brand's parent company is Globe Tools Group, it has its own reputation because of its product functionality and quality.

According to many manufacturing companies, Greenworks brand is successful because it can keep ahead of the target market's needs. Moreover, this company continually researches and improves its product features and quality over the years.

This brand has introduced a powerful line of electric outdoor power cleaning equipment for budget-conscious customers.

This portable power washer is lightweight but powerful; especially it won't produce noise and fumes.

If you are interested in the best Greenworks pressure washer, you can refer to this choice:

Greenworks 1500 PSI 13 Amp 1.2 GPM Pressure Washer GPW1501 Review

No matter what pressure washing chores you need to deal with, this machine is very handy because you can use it vertically and horizontally. Apart from the easy-to-assemble feature, this product offers a firm base and a highly stable platform.

Greenworks 1500 PSI features a high powered turbo nozzle, which allows you to clean different surfaces such as the external facade, the patio, and driveway.

Compared to other pressure washers, its 5-foot cord is long enough to reach high positions. Furthermore, this power cord comes with an inline GFCI fail-safe safety measure, safe for exterior outlets.

Because the power hose is able to reach up 20 feet, this choice is ideal for single-story houses, slats, and gutters. However, I won't recommend this model for a multi-story structure.

There are 25-40-degree quick-connect tips, which suit to clean any surface.

It has a removable detergent tank that allows you to wash quickly after using it.

With only 18.4 pounds, you can straightforwardly carry and move this compact and lightweight design around.


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The Ryobi brand

DIY enthusiasts founded Ryobi. This Ryobi company and manufacturer provide their customers with high-quality Ryobi pressure washing range from compact electric hand-held machines to raw-power gasoline guzzlers.

Are you looking for good-quality spare parts? There are always many choices. Besides, you will get highly-effective support for all after-sales issues quickly.

In case you don't know which pressure washer works best for you, the consultant staff from Ryobi will help you.

If you want to invest in a Ryobi product, let you consider the Ryobi 1600-PSI pressure washer:

The Ryobi 1600-PSI pressure washer review

Like the Greenworks pressure washer, this ryobi 1600 psi 1.2 GPM electric pressure washer also has a compact and lightweight design, so you can easily and quickly move it from your house to the job site. It is powerful enough to perform light-duty tasks such as cleaning your patio furniture, windows, decks, and driveways.

However, this ryobi 1600 psi electric machine is more convenient because it is designed with on-board accessory storage that allows you to store your attachments properly. What's more, there is a Turbo Nozzle that is able to provide 50% more cleaning power.

Please let me know which one you will choose: 1600 psi ryobi pressure washer or Greenworks 1500 PSI GPW1501. And why do you buy it?

Posted by a dark rider on a pale ... unicorn? mikebaker

mikebaker wrote:
Hi all ! 
I'm Mike.This is my first post here. Nice to be part of this community. Hope everyone welcomes me. 
Have a nice day!

Greetings from a town you've probably never heard of in England!

First Gen Con?
Or just first Forum Post?

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mikebaker wrote:
Hi all ! 
I'm Mike.This is my first post here. Nice to be part of this community. Hope everyone welcomes me. 
Have a nice day!

What part of Illinois?  I'm in Peoria currently.

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Shout out from Chambana!

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In lieu of MikeBaker's long-awaited return, I claim this thread for Chicago.

You know it is almost time for Gen Con when you start thinking "I really need to remember to go to an ATM soon, lest I end up at a machine totally out of cash in the convention center"

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Springfield here, formerly of Peoria.

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