Best New Retail Product Gardening - Winner: Hozelock Pico Power Pressure Washer

Hozelock has ingeniously combined the convenience of compact size with the performance of a powerful 140 bar motor to create the ultimate small but mighty pressure washer.

Best New Retail Product Gardening - Winner: Hozelock Pico Power Pressure Washer
Best New Retail Product Gardening - Winner: Hozelock Pico Power Pressure Washer

Until the launch of the Pico Power Pressure Washer, compact pressure washers were not powerful. But now Hozelock has opened up the market to those who previously found pressure washers cumbersome or weedy. Its high-pressure hose is 50% lighter than conventional counterparts yet delivers 100% of the performance.

Hozelock has used sister company Tricoflex's expertise in industrial pressure hose design to revolutionise its garden equipment. The Pico Power has a 1,700W motor and includes trigger, extension arm plus turbo and rotary nozzle, 6m of 6mm high-pressure hose and 5m power cable, as well as an integrated detergent bottle, quick release feature and transparent inlet filter.

The Pico Power has been designed to be stored and carried with ease. The RRP is £149.99 and it comes with a two-year guarantee.


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The Garden Industry Manufacturers' Association (GIMA) represents UK gardening industry suppliers and manufacturers. Formed more than 15 years ago, it promotes members' commercial, trading and industrial interests. The range of services and support provided is extensive, offering something for all members and making GIMA a powerful voice in the gardening industry.


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