This electric pressure washer is a powerful tool that is perfect for car washes, home improvement projects, and more. It features a max psi of 3500 and a 2.6 gpm flow rate, making it perfect for heavy-duty use. Additionally, it comes with four quick connect nozzles, a soap tank, and an IPX5 car wash mach. This allows the user to customize their cleaning experience to best suit their needs. Plus, the attached hose reel makes it easy to store and transport the machine.
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Core Information Of Rock&Rocker HRX14P
|Product Dimensions||21 x 13 x 13 inches|
|Product Weight||19.58 pounds|
Everything You Should Know About Rock&Rocker HRX14P
Rock and stone cleaner v3.2 draws water at 3500 psi at 1.85 gpm using an electricity pressure washer, a garden hose, four nozzles, a soap tank, and a car washer designed for the exterior of a house or car.
Top Customer Reviews for Rock&Rocker HRX14P
Badseed rated Rock&Rocker HRX14P 5 out of 5 stars on October 15, 2021 and this is exact feedback provided:
I recently bought a pressure washer from paxas and was unsatisfied and wrote a bad review. The company contacted me and wanted to know if i would let them make it rite. They gave me a choice of a new washer no charge or money back. I agreed to try another washer. I believe i had gotten a washer that had a faulty part or component at no fault of the company. The new washer is great! Does a fine job washing my semi and the concrete driveway. Good pressure constantly. Light weight. And it looks cool. I applaud paxas for being a company with higher standards on customer satisfaction and product performance. The people i dealt with wanted to make sure i was satisfied at any expence. That goes a long way in todays world. Thank you paxas.Show more +
Jay Harbath rated Rock&Rocker HRX14P 1 out of 5 stars on July 1, 2022 and this is exact feedback provided:
Annoyingly non standard connectors and an early gun failure
Not only couldn’t I use a standard M22 and 3/8 coupler soap injector, but the non-standard Pressure Washer gun failed after less than two weeks use.It started a high-pitched whine and the motor was cycling on and off for no apparent reason. Then I noticed the leaking gun. Vibration in the faulty water shutoff valve cause the whine. The next time I tried to use it, the water and motor would not shut off at all, which is an ENORMOUS SAFETY RISK.The outlet of your pressure washer is not an industry standard male M22. The cheap Pressure washer gun also uses a non-standard connection, it does not accept an industry standard 3/8″ male plug.The good news is I have been an engineer for over 40 years and am slightly stubborn and hate it when things don’t work right.So far, it has cost me:$17.84 for a M MINGLE Ultimate Pressure Washer Adapter Set$33.99 for a M MINGLE Replacement Pressure Washer Gun with Extension Wand$33.49 for a RIDGE WASHER Pressure Washer Hose 50 FTTheir insistence on using weird, proprietary connectors cost me $85.32 and a considerable amount of valuable engineering time.I modified a standard hose washer to get the M22 14 mm Female to 3/8″ male plug to work because of the weird connector coming out of your pressure washer. Their inner diameter is too large to seal properly with the industry standard O-ring center piece. The flat sides of the threads (for no apparent reason) make Teflon tape pointless.I put industry standard 3/8″ quick disconnects to male M22 14 mm adapter on each end of the new hose. Now I can use my soap injector. Even with my new 24’ pressure washer lance.Show more +