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Old 20-05-2018, 04:07 PM   #31
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Then for you it's easier. If you've got the flow rate from your water outlet to accommodate it I'd go for a HD10/122. I almost bought this but I do want the reel so I'm going for the 1152 instead. They both have the same motor and pump.
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Old 20-05-2018, 05:47 PM   #32
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Thanks for the comment, but I didn't ask if it was better than a Karcher I asked which Kranzle to go for. I'd already decided on a Kranzle, I did a lot of searching and couldn't find an answer to my question, hence my post. In the end Kranzle themselves gave me the information I was looking for.

To be honest, I think I'm going to stump up the cash and get the one I really want. So that'll be a 1152TST as soon as the group buy goes live.
Yes you did and that was clear.
You received a reply and input from another with reference to the yellow machines, which I clipped and quoted part.
You will not regret the decision on the Kranzle for sure.
Tip. Go search on German sites and see prices in € amount which are the same amounts £ in the UK. Shipping is not much and exchange you can still save a worthwhile amount. Same equipment, warranty just cheaper

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Old 20-05-2018, 05:57 PM   #33
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I’m also in the market for a Kranzle but I don’t want one with a hose reel built in as I’m got a wall mounted 20metre hose from qwashers with the 22m fitting.
Any recommendations.?
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K7 or K10 (dependent upon your water feed rate).

I'm not using the Kranzle lance (too long for the available wash space - i love my stubby gun set up !), or the hose supplied with my K7
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Old 20-05-2018, 06:26 PM   #34
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Yes you did and that was clear.
You received a reply and input from another with reference to the yellow machines:
Can't we be plain and say the yellow machines, reputed to fail as warranty ends, are Karcher?
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Old 20-05-2018, 06:37 PM   #35
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Then for you it's easier. If you've got the flow rate from your water outlet to accommodate it I'd go for a HD10/122. I almost bought this but I do want the reel so I'm going for the 1152 instead. They both have the same motor and pump.
In another thread I make plain the 1152 loses about 30 bar to the detergent injector. I've learned that the detergent injector is optional for the K10. I'd do without it if buying a K10.

I didn't fancy wrangling a hose to pack away so chose an 1152..but wonder about drilling out the venturi to get the 30 bar back.

I use a foamer for everything, house, drive etc. And you can put harsh chemicals in the foam bottle such as bleach if needed.
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Old 21-05-2018, 11:37 AM   #36
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Thanks for the suggestions but I'm going to wait for the Group Buy rather than buying from Germany. I've looked around with the pound/euro being so rubbish at the moment there doesn't appear to be a huge saving. I think I'd rather have the UK support from a dealer here than deal with shipping it back to Germany in the unlikely event something goes wrong.

Croques - I'm not sure what you mean by the loss of 30bar on the 1152. Isn't the 1152 10l/min at 120bar? Doesn't the injector only work when you use the vario nozzle at the lowest pressure setting and so doesn't really make any difference if it's a lower bar? I thought this is how all injectors work, you drop the pressure and then the liquid is drawn through. This is how it works on my current Karcher K5 anyway.

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Old 21-05-2018, 01:51 PM   #37
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I’m also in the market for a Kranzle but I don’t want one with a hose reel built in as I’m got a wall mounted 20metre hose from qwashers with the 22m fitting.
Any recommendations.?
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Without wanting to be facetious, any Kranzle without a hose reel on it?

What level of performance do you need - do you want one with wheels or will it be a static installation?

I have a K7 which I use with a hose reel, it works very well setup like this.
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Can't we be plain and say the yellow machines, reputed to fail as warranty ends, are Karcher?
Be better asking the guy "Plank" that gave that response earlier regarding that .
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Be better asking the guy "Plank" that gave that response earlier regarding that .


O yes Croques you are correct : smiley face


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