The new Worx HydroShot Power Nozzle is described as a lightweight watering and cleaning tool. What exactly is a watering and cleaning tool, you ask? Well, it seems that Worx is stopping short of calling this a pressure washer, but still marketing it for many of the same tasks where one might use one.
It’s powered by their 20V Power Share battery system and weighs in at around 4 pounds. The Worx HydroShot can output a water stream at either 100 PSI or 320 PSI. It can be connected to a garden hose, or the self priming tool will draw fresh water out of a container, pool, or body of water.
The rotating head can be set for different spray patterns: a tight jet, 15° fan, 25° fan, 40° fan, and shower for watering. Evidently you can also fit a brush head on the tool, but I cannot find any information about purchasing it.
The Worx 20V HydroShot comes with a single battery, a charger, and a 20 foot hose with a float and filter. As it takes about 5 hours to charge the battery, you might want to look at another battery and possibly a quick charger if you are going to use this tool regularly.
I spotted the HydroShot on sale at Menards (in-store) for $90 ($80 after 11% rebate). It’s $119 online, or $106 after 11% mail-in rebate. Deal ends 4/22/17.
Here’s a Worx promo video showing off some of the possible uses of the HydroShot: