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Craftsman Pressure Washer 2600 PSI, 2.3 GPM Honda Powered 50 States
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Craftsman Pressure Washer 2600 PSI, 2.3 GPM Honda Powered 50 States

Item# 07175291000P | Model# 75291 | Added on June 12, 2012
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Real Water Power at Your Finger Tips
Stop putting your thumb over the hose to clean those outside surfaces and get a real tool to do the job instead. You need the Craftsman Honda powered pressure washer that has the power to blast away those oil stains on your driveway, mold on your garage, and rust from your vehicles and patio furniture. From occasional spring cleaning to frequent cleaning jobs, the Craftsman 2600psi gas powered pressure washer is the only way to go.
Craftsman developed this efficient pressure washer while providing the versatility to transform and restore your surfaces to almost new conditions in a fraction of the time using much less water than traditional garden hoses. The Craftsman Honda powered pressure washer gives you the freedom to clean anything, anywhere with its high performance and flexibility. Fuelled by a powerful Honda GCV 160cc engine, this power washer is ideal for handling medium-sized projects including cleaning vehicles, decks, walkways and siding. The maintenance-free axial cam pumps with Easy Start™ technology gives you smoother starts and the power to penetrate deep into dirt and grime and wash it away. And for the more stubborn stains, the right detergent saturation will do the job. Its innovative PerfectMix™ technology automatically mixes the perfect amount of soap concentrate into the water stream so you don't have to, and the 4 quick-connect spray tips offer you a range of predefined spraying patterns for jobs ranging ... read more
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by MissMarjorie
June 4th, 2012
Power washer with the Honda engine

I purchased this power washer and used it for the first time today. It did a wonderful job on our garage floor and the front door area and the driveway. Plus it was so easy. No back braking job like other years when I scrubbed it with a brush with a long handle on it. I am 71 yr woman and I was able to start it with 1-2 pulls and that alone made me very happy! Would definetly recommend this and now I can't wait to do the siding on our house!!!

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20 found this review helpful
by TexasPatriot
May 31st, 2012
BUYER BEWARE! Cheap Chinese pump won't last. $200+ to replace

I bought similar Craftsman power washer last spring with Honda engine. Pump went out after one season with very minimal use (less than 20 hours). All Sears Craftsman power washers now have cheap pumps made in China. Sears' own salesmen state to expect max of 300 hours use. Sears knows of problem and won't replace nor do they have the spares to repair as they have had lots of complaints. Buy at your own risk. Sears products are not what they used to be. Now they bid out and award to lowest bidder to manufacture all of their appliances and equipment.

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mama42

Still Working

We purchased this tool several years ago and used it twice now, it's a great tool to have around the house.

September 19th, 2013 via sears.com
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KP57

Fantastic!

Bought one for my son a year ago and borrowed it so many times, I had to buy my own! Enough power to peel paint or scour concrete but finesse enough for cars.

August 9th, 2013 via sears.com
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dflane

has worked as expected

good pressure,easy to use

June 6th, 2013 via sears.com
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jamendo

Great machine

June 5th, 2013 via sears.com
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jamendo

Great machine

June 5th, 2013 via sears.com
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retireddoc

Just right for a homeowner

Especially like the solidness of the Honda engine.

April 18th, 2013 via sears.com
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Hillbilly12

Great for the money

My other pressure washer needed rebuilding, so I bought this one. The Honda engine starts very easily, actually started the first time on the first pull. Easy to use and to break down to store. The pressure hose had a bad kink in it when I purchased it, but I am waiting for a while to see if this causes it to be weak and break.

March 31st, 2013 via sears.com
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Christine D.
March 25th, 2013
Pamela Mitts
March 17th, 2013
Gilhouly

So far so good

Bought the 2600 to clean concrete surfaces. Spray pattern narrow and only 2000 psi. Time consuming. Still did a good job. Starts on one or two pulls but takes a few minutes to warm up or pressure drops occur. The only real issues are the inlet hose hook up. Difficult to attach. Will purchase a quick connect. The hose is very stiff and there is no swivel to allow ease of coiling hose.
Have read that the pump is prone to premature failure from other reviews will have to wait and see. Store service was good and the price was comparable with other brands. I have never had any problems with Sears return policy

February 10th, 2013 via sears.com
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Jeannie Bjore
December 11th, 2012
Nevada_Tim

Pressure Washer 2600 PSI, 2.3 GPM Honda

Excellent, lightweight, easy to start, easy to add hoses and change tips ****** stars

December 9th, 2012 via sears.com
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aflanders
December 2nd, 2012
chris Conanan
November 24th, 2012
LaraRae1965

Was suppose to come with free 50 ft hose but it didn't

I was disappointed that the free hose with purchase over 299.00 did not come with my machine. I was not impressed with the original hose so I will search out a better one.

November 6th, 2012 via sears.com
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imac1

power washer

So far so good. Used it to clean the side of the house, cleaned off the moss and dirt. Cleaned some rugs and furniture. Works OK. Would have liked to get the cleaner bottle with it. A one-liter pop bottle suffices, though.

October 25th, 2012 via sears.com
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TommyD1973

Model 580.752910, Honda, 2600psi, 2.3gpm Pressure Washer

Purchased this pressure washer from local store in NJ. Box was light in weight and very compact…fit it in my convertible Saab! Was packaged inside the box perfectly, assembled with no issue at all. Comes with pre-measured oil. I filled it with fresh gas and it started on the second pull. I love the Honda engine. Specifically it has a choke, an one/off switch, and a gasoline shut-off valve switch. There were two choices in the store under the same model each with a different engine…Briggs or Honda. The Briggs engine didn’t have any of the three options I just mentioned. The Honda engine model was roughly $50 more vs. the Briggs model, but worth the difference in my opinion. So far, used it once to wash my front steps. Did a fabulous job. The water connection and hose connections attached smoothly and had no leaks. I'm very happy with this purchase.

One slight downside, but very minor, gas tank seems to be smaller than a typical lawnmower…I ran out out of gas on my first use rather quickly.

June 25th, 2012 via sears.com
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MissMarjorie

Power washer with the Honda engine

I purchased this power washer and used it for the first time today. It did a wonderful job on our garage floor and the front door area and the driveway. Plus it was so easy. No back braking job like other years when I scrubbed it with a brush with a long handle on it. I am 71 yr woman and I was able to start it with 1-2 pulls and that alone made me very happy! Would definetly recommend this and now I can't wait to do the siding on our house!!!

June 4th, 2012 via sears.com
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Archer1346

Pump failed

Less than 10 hours of use in two years... And the pump appears to have failed!!!

June 4th, 2012 via sears.com
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TexasPatriot

BUYER BEWARE! Cheap Chinese pump won't last. $200+ to replace

I bought similar Craftsman power washer last spring with Honda engine. Pump went out after one season with very minimal use (less than 20 hours). All Sears Craftsman power washers now have cheap pumps made in China. Sears' own salesmen state to expect max of 300 hours use. Sears knows of problem and won't replace nor do they have the spares to repair as they have had lots of complaints. Buy at your own risk. Sears products are not what they used to be. Now they bid out and award to lowest bidder to manufacture all of their appliances and equipment.

May 31st, 2012 via sears.com
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