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Old 16-05-2018, 11:35 AM   #21
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Could I suggest obsessed garage on YouTube. Matt is very keen on kranzle and does some really good informative videos on them. Just launched a new garage setup that is coming to uk.
Thanks Craig, I've already watched his videos and he has an 'interesting' video style. They weren't overly helpful if I'm being honest.

Kranzle UK have responded to my emails really quickly and have offered some good advice. Hopefully they will respond in the same manner if I have any issues as well. So far I'm really impressed.

I want the 1152TST but my bank balance is telling me no, don't be stupid. So I'll have to settle on the HD10/122 and put up with the inconvenience until I either get used to it or find the extra cash later down the line for a reel and quick connect fittings.
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Old 16-05-2018, 11:50 AM   #22
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Thanks Craig, I've already watched his videos and he has an 'interesting' video style.
ObessedGarage does the best Laurel & Hardy tribute that I have ever seen. And he plays it so straight too. A true master of clutz!
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I also like the way he hasn't prepped anything and then continues to argue with himself and explain how he still manages a good profit with the stuff he sells...!

I've not watched many of his so maybe I'm doing him an injustice.
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Old 16-05-2018, 03:43 PM   #24
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I've not watched many of his so maybe I'm doing him an injustice.
Naah! You're not.
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Old 16-05-2018, 04:22 PM   #25
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Naah! You're not.
Don’t remember laurel and hardy having 2xFord Raptors, Porsche 911.1 gt3rs and a Honda S2000 CSR. Or a distribution agreement and bespoke products from Kranzle. Or a usd3M t/o business.
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Old 16-05-2018, 04:29 PM   #26
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Don’t remember laurel and hardy having 2xFord Raptors, Porsche 911.1 gt3rs and a Honda S2000 CSR. Or a distribution agreement and bespoke products from Kranzle. Or a usd3M t/o business.
But you do remember them getting in a pickle whenever they tried to do anything remotely practical, dontcha?
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Well after checking my water flow from the tap in garage last night (over 16l/min) and a brief email back and forth with Kranzle I'm now leaning more towards a HD10/122.

Who wants to lay odds on how long it takes me to get sick of not being able to move it around easily and how much of a pain it is trying to coil the hose back up. I can see a hose reel in my future...!


Hi
I was in same situation as you but after lots of chats with William at Kranzle sorted me out a good deal, I had made a 7/122 mixed with 1152 which is called a quiet 152
So I have a 7/122 on wheels, with hose on reel, all attachments,
Q/R Etc, Etc.
Cannot thank William enough, I was looking at a long term investment and after two of the yellow machines in 5 years broke down, this was a no brainer. Good luck. Kranzle was second to none in information, advice and no hard sell, works for me : Thumb


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Old 19-05-2018, 03:59 PM   #28
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I was looking at a long term investment and after two of the yellow machines in 5 years broke down, this was a no brainer. Good luck. Kranzle was second to none in information, advice and no hard sell, works for me : Thumb
It really does not matter how many times that remark is repeated, to the same question on the same subject just about every single day.
It does appear nobody bother to reads them. They are not easy to avoid.
There will be another tomorrow.
Cheap is not good value as you state.
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It really does not matter how many times that remark is repeated, to the same question on the same subject just about every single day.
It does appear nobody bother to reads them. They are not easy to avoid.
There will be another tomorrow.
Cheap is not good value as you state.
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.
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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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