GiRAFFE TOOLS Grandfalls Pressure Washer PRO Review
GiRAFFE TOOLS Wall Mounted Electric Pressure Washer PRO Review
Grandfalls Pressure Washer PRO
Model number: PRO
Power source: 120V Electric
Motor size: 2500 PSI
Simply, pull the hose and extend it up to 100 feet. When done give the hose a slight tug for the auto reel to kick in and the hose begins to automatically rewind. Decent electric-type pressure and a foam canister are included. I have to admit that I use this all the time. I thoroughly appreciate its readiness and time-saving abilities. With that being said I was very interested to see what else the “PRO” model had to offer.
- Model Number: PRO
- Rated Voltage: 120V~60Hz
- Motor: 13.5amp (1800w)
- Max Water Inlet Temperature: 104 F/ 40C
- Flow: 2.1GPM
- Max Pressure: 2500 PSI
- Hose Length: 100ft
- Dimensions: 23.34″ x 19.17″ x 13.89″
- Cord Length: 5’6″
- Leader Hose: 6’6″
Grandfalls Pressure Washer PRO Pressure Hose
The PRO comes with an upgraded “ultra soft” high-pressure gray rubber hose. This hose is rubber-based and less rigid allowing for more flexibility and an easier automatic reel while being stiff enough to not kink. The Standard model comes with a more rigid PVC type of black hose. I personally didn’t have a problem with the Standard hose, but it feels slightly harder for the unit to auto-reel, which could affect how the automatic feature lasts in the long run. In addition, if washing high-end cars the softer hose may be better if it accidentally rubs against the paint.
Upgraded Leader Hose
On the left, you can see that the PRO comes with a thicker and more durable leader hose to connect your water source to the unit. The PRO comes with a 3/4″ leader while the Standard model comes with a 1/2″.
Upgraded Foam Canister
The PRO also comes with a much nicer foam canister. It is made of metal framing rather than plastic. It also has a long suction hose with a plastic screen to inject more soap and prevent any contamination. The tip of the PRO can also be adjusted on the fly to change the spray pattern of the foam. The PRO nozzle is definitely constructed better and shoots foam significantly thicker than the Standard model. If washing cars is your primary use for this pressure washer and you desire thicker foam this may be the deciding factor for you.
Upgraded Spray Gun fittings
The PRO spray gun is connected with a metal fitting rather than the plastic fitting that comes with the Standard model. I have not had any problems with the plastic version, but metal will always be stronger and provide less of a chance for failure.
Other PRO upgrades
The PRO is much quieter. GiRAFFE TOOLS reports that the PRO puts out about 80 decibels, while the Standard puts out 90 decibels. I can tell you that the PRO is significantly quieter. The PRO is also heavier weighing in at about 59.5 pounds compared to the Standard being 42 pounds. The PRO most likely has better internals as it is rated to last longer and is said to deliver 2500 PSI over the Standard 2200 PSI.
In conclusion, the PRO certainly has some extra features to offer over the Standard model. I think that the extra PSI, reduced noise, and better foam gun will make the PRO worth the extra investment. However, the Standard model is still a good unit that works fine and will accomplish almost as much as the PRO model. As mentioned in the previous article, this is not a gas-pressure washer, so expect pressure consistent with an electric unit.
How to buy the Grandfalls Pressure Washer PRO
The Standard or PRO model can be purchased directly through the manufactures website. The PRO is listed at $599.99 while the Standard model is $309.79 with free shipping on either model. Therefore, no matter which model you select, I think you will be happy with the convenience of these wall-mounted pressure washers.
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