Let’s take a look at this Briggs & Stratton 3300 PSI Murray Gas Pressure Washer. I routinely like to pressure wash around the house, the sidewalk, driveway, even the rims on the cars. Since my last pressure washer locked up, I’ve been borrowing my best friend’s pressure cleaner; he lives right across the street.
Being that it’s a Briggs and Stratton engine just gives you the perception that it will be a good long lasting engine.
I love the key, makes it seems so official. My concern would be for those who don’t normally use their pressure cleaner on regular basis, how will the battery for the quick start hold out. There is no back up pull start.
Features of the Briggs & Stratton 3300 PSI Murray Gas Pressure Washer
- Large 3-gallon fuel tank for a 7-hour run time at 50-percent load
- 1150 Series OHV 250cc engine produces 11.50-foot-pounds of gross torque to power through your weekend project
- (2) 1-gallon on-board detergent tank for easy detergent storage and quick project startup
- 3300 PSI at 3.2 gpm, 50-foot Rubber 5/16-inch hose with 5 quick-connect and interchangeable tips
- Adjustable triplex pump with Electric Start, and 4 Never-Flat Wheels for easy maneuverability
- Collapsible handle for easier storage
The reservoirs for the wash solution is fairly sized, and adequate.
The Tire could be a little fatter, but do the job.
This is not the cheapest or best priced pressure cleaner on the market, but seems to be worth the price.
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