Shown here is the Batavia Nexxforce, part of their 18V Maxxpack cordless power tool collection.
The Nexxforce is a cordless pressure cleaner, and I first learned about it from the following video:
It’s a cordless horse… cleaner? And, the supply hose can be placed in a lake. This is one of the most surprising cordless power tool promo videos I have ever seen!
I don’t think I’ve ever gone horseback riding. I rode a camel once, but I don’t quite think that’s the same. Still, I bet I’m not alone in thinking this is an odd way to both wash a horse and advertise a new pressure washer.
Ah, they’re just using the cordless pressure cleaner to cool the horse down! With pond water. That still seems a little harsh, but the horse in the product video doesn’t seem to mind.
Looking into it further, Batavia say you could also use it to clean your car, bike, grill, or other such items, or to water your plants.
It comes with a supply hose that Batavia says can be dropped into a bucket, lake, river, swimming pool, or water bottle as the water source.
Here’s another promo video:
In addition to cleaning off your horse, you could also use the Batavia Nexxforce cordless pressure cleaner to wash mud off your BMX and mountain bikes. Is that actually a good idea though? Maybe the frame, but the drivetrain?
In the mountain bike cleaning video, the water supply hose is placed inside a watering can.
The Nexxforce cordless pressure cleaner features:
- 5 meter hose (16.4 ft)
- Soap dispenser (nozzle reservoir)
- Adjustable pressure: 1.9 MPa, 2.4 MPa (276 PSI, 348 PSI)
- Adjustable water flow rate: 160 L/hour, 170 L/hour
- Spray angles: 0°, 15°. 25°, 40°
- Weighs 1.1 kg without accessories (~2.4 lbs)
There’s no mention of battery runtime.
Here’s another list of applications from a sell sheet I found.
The cordless pressure washer actually looks interesting, although I’d be more interested if there was a water tank attachment.
It doesn’t look like you can buy the Nexxforce washer anywhere yet, but I found the promo videos interesting and just had to share.