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WORX Hydroshot 450 PSI 0.9-Gallon-GPM Cold Water Electric Pressure Washer

36 Reviews
  • [PORTABLE POWER WASHER] The first truly portable power cleaner that lets you easily and quickly clean all your outdoor spaces and gear
  • [40V] This Hydroshot uses two 20V PowerShare batteries together for even more cleaning power than the other models (batteries and charger not included)
  • [SHARE BATTERIES, SAVE MONEY] Worx Power Share is compatible with all Worx 20v and 40v tools, outdoor power and lifestyle products

$117.04

This Hydroshot is the most powerful cordless model we make. It uses two 20V batteries instead of one. It’s 7x more powerful than a garden hose and nozzle instead of the 5x our base models dole out – that’s 450 psi of pressure compared to 320 psi. You’re getting a great deal because you’re not paying for batteries. This model is for those of you who are already using the PowerShare platform and have a few batteries lying around that you can use to fuel it. It doesn’t come with batteries and a charger, but hey, some of you don’t need ‘em. Let’s talk more about that power. It’s excellent at getting dirt out of machinery, like your motorcycle, and makes quick work of windows and brickwork. It’ll clean the deck and driveway faster and easier than ever before. The RV doesn’t stand a chance of staying dirty when you’re blasting it with 40V of power. And the on-board battery-level indicator lets you know when it’s time to recharge. The 40V Hydroshot only weighs 7.3 lbs with both batteries attached. That means almost anyone can use and operate it. Traditional pressure washers are enormous, with bulky hoses and stand-alone tanks. Plus, they’ll often damage paint jobs. That’s way more power than you need for everyday cleaning. This tool is the perfect mix of power and portability and will be the next great tool in your Worx collection.
  • [PORTABLE POWER WASHER] The first truly portable power cleaner that lets you easily and quickly clean all your outdoor spaces and gear
  • [40V] This Hydroshot uses two 20V PowerShare batteries together for even more cleaning power than the other models (batteries and charger not included)
  • [SHARE BATTERIES, SAVE MONEY] Worx Power Share is compatible with all Worx 20v and 40v tools, outdoor power and lifestyle products
  • [7X MORE PRESSURE THAN A HOSE] Delivers 450 psi of mean, green, cleaning streams while minimizing water usage
  • [DRAW WATER FROM ANYWHERE] Attaches to a typical garden hose or draws water from any fresh water source like a pool, lake, or bucket
  • [2-SPEEDS] Go HI or LO: HI for when your vehicle or deck is really dirty—LO for lighter cleaning to conserve water and battery
  • [PRESSURE NOZZLE] Multiple spray nozzle lets you switch between varying degrees of water stream intensity, so you can switch from cleaning to watering
Weight 7.72 lbs
Dimensions 21.93 × 5.63 × 8.98 in

Latest reviews

  1. Trizzotto

    It was very easy to set up accept the direction was a little unclear about pushing down and then turning to install the wand head. I put the hose into my 55 gal rain barrel that was full of water and brought the sprayer down to the ground like it suggested. I then finally got water but barely any pressure. I even could spray my barefoot all the way on high with fully charged battery with no pain or issues what so ever. Was rinsing out a barley dirty 5 gal bucket and had to put the spray head all the way to the edge of the bucket. I will only be using this to water my plants since it’s the only thing it is good for. And I purposely got the one that takes two batteries thinking there would be ample pressure. Not here.

  2. LewsTherin82

    I really like the Worx hydroshot. I had the 1st gen 20v, bug it died and I stepped up to the 40v (2×20v) and am not disappointed. The only reasons I give it 4 stars are because it is considerably heavier than the original, and it goes through OEM batteries quickly. It is not terrible battery life, but if you have a bit of use for it, highly recommend either a full spare set of high capacity batteries and/or the 2 port fast charger. Otherwise, users will very likely be disappointed in run time. I am very happy and will update my review after further ise.

  3. GBK1

    This is going to come in handy for a number of smaller jobs because of its portability. It sprays with a decent amount of pressure, and it can keep going for longer than you would expect for a battery-powered device. In comparison to a gas-powered full-fledged power washer, it is heavier (everything is in your hands), the pressure is not as great, and it will pause if it starts to overheat. Those are limitations you can live with if you need to clean something in a hurry and don’t want to drag out the big power washer.

  4. Louchy

    I have been afraid to buy a power washer because they can be too powerful and do damage. This one is just right for my purposes. I use the hose attachment to wash off my docks, No garden hose required. Both hose attachments are very easy to use. I can do other chores with the garden hose without tearing things up. Uses very little battery power which was a surprise – good run time. I wish the spray pattern change wheel was a one handed operation.

  5. cotter

    We bought this along with the accessories to clean our deck. When we were putting it together, we noticed how cheaply made it was. The hose disconnected from the part that attaches to the handle, and a small, plastic attachment seemed to be almost completely shattered when we opened the box. Once we were able to make it all work, we found out that no matter what setting you use, this power washer wasn’t going to be effective. We even tried using the expensive WORX accessories we bought, and it did not make a difference. It took at least ten minutes to completely clean one square yard, which brings me to my next point; the battery doesn’t last more than 20 minutes, and on top of that, it took 5 hours to completely recharge it. We are completely disappointed with this product and will be looking to buy a better power washer from a different brand.

  6. R Chandler

    I love this pressure washer. I have a Troybuilt 2600 PSI Gas powered with a Honda Engine. This one is great for the patio and areas where you don’t need 2600 PSI. I love the fact of the head with all the nozzles on it 0,15,25 & 40 Degrees. The low pressure switch is great for cleaning patio furniture and cushion so you don’t damage the cushions. The Battery tender LEDS are great 2 to let you know how much charge you have left.

  7. Andrescoutt

    I previously had the 20V hydro-shot which a friend gave me as a gift. I liked it a lot, but when I learned that Worx developed a 40V version of it I decided to order it. I like the extra kick in power, which is very noticeable when compared with the 20V unit. I love the portability of the hydroshot, I can wash my cars wherever they are without having to seutp messy electrical cables, garden horses and extension cords.

  8. aka Bob

    Received about 2 wks ago. Easily adaptable for water supply. First use, cleaned some wooden steps using siphon hose and 5 gal buckets. Second use, cleaned oil and grime off a Cat E120 Track Hoe using siphon with tub and 5 gal buckets. Both cleaned at locations with no normal water supply. Very pleased with the results. Would only be better if higher capacity batteries were supplied for longer run time.

  9. hedredsr

    Have house with vinyl siding which requires semi-annual power washing. Have a gas powered pressure washer, does a great job but is very loud and cumbersome. Being an owner of several WORX power products have learned of their quality and efficient designs.
    The WORX 40 Volt Power Shot washer is very powerful at 450 PSI and does a great job,
    quiet, lightweight and sturdy….Quality and pays for itself….

  10. Mic9

    I bought this to power wash my deck and driveway. It has enough power to clean my driveway and portable enough to easily clean my second story deck. I love that you can hook it up to a hose, or just a bucket of water. I bought the bottle attachment for small jobs so all you need is a 2 liter bottle of water. The battery does not last as long as I would like but I understand why.

  11. BrewsBeer

    I have a gas powered pressure washer for big jobs and it works fine but is a pain to lug around and is inconvenient for shorter jobs. The Hydroshot I purchased has met all of my expectations and then some. The ability to draw from any water source is particularly handy. My hoses and other outside water sources are disconnected and drained due to the winter weather. I am able to fill a five gallon bucket with water and use the Hydroshot for cleanups during the winter – super convenient! We get lots of rain here and when not freezing, we can still play golf. The Hydroshot works great for blasting off the mud on my golf pushcart. I also use it for quick garage cleanups. The tool has plenty of power for most things that I use to use a power washer for. The battery life is sufficient to take care of most cleanups. I have no regrets purchasing the Hydroshot. It has been a great addition to my cleaning arsenal!

  12. djjunks

    First thing to be aware of – you’ll get about 7 minutes of maximum power out of 2 fully charged batteries. That is it.

    Second thing to be aware of – If you’re expecting the same powerful spray and results as a power washer, don’t waste your money. Please go and buy a real power washer. This is the equivalent of a strong hose with a jet nozzle. Nothing more.

  13. Stannj

    I bought the hydroshot about a month ago. I think the hydroshot will be great as a maintenance tool. I still need to use my more powerful power washer to get through tough cleaning jobs. the hydroshot can’t handle jobs like that. The 2 batteries only last about 1/2 hour, fully charged. And it’s not comfortable because you have to keep a finger on the on button.

  14. russejam

    I had just finished building my Trex deck. Once the dust settled, literally from the construction, my hose was not doing a great job to clean it off and to make it look sparkling new. The hydroshot was worth it. It only lasts 30-40 min, but that is all I need it for. I have my 5 hp power washer to do any big jobs and is too strong for my deck.

  15. Oscar3

    Excellent for light/medium cleaning chores. It performed well washing a car and gas grill; also tried cleaning a concrete curb with less than great results, but probably the best option short of hiring someone to do it, because our water hose and extension electric cords would not reach far enough to enable use of a regular power washer.

  16. ShariM

    I purchased this a few weeks ago and finally used it this past weekend. It’s a perfect tool for small jobs like washing a vehicle or wanting to clean outdoor furniture. The batteries only last 30 minutes. I started power washing my white plastic deck railings and only got 1/2 way through the step railings before the battery died.

  17. Ken57

    I purchased this item to give my UBC tote water harvesting system a pressurized option. A rain barrel has no pressure, but with a hydroshot it is simple. I use mine for anything that requires pressure. Watering the grass, wash the sidewalk, anything! The pressure is higher than a public utility hose, but lower than a pressure washer/cleaner. You can also add a bunch of attachments and all the ones I have used so far work perfect. I have watered the grass, cleaned the patio, washed the car, all with collected rain water which means lower utility bills. My only complaint is that I would like the battery life to be longer. The original equipment batteries last about 30 minutes, but now I found out the Worx is starting to sell a more robust 20 volt 4 ah battery. Two of those attached to my #644 hotshot and I will be all set. I highly recommend this item for any type of use that needs pressure except for really intense jobs that require a full blown pressure washer with psi over 500.

  18. Trizzotto

    It was very easy to set up accept the direction was a little unclear about pushing down and then turning to install the wand head. I put the hose into my 55 gal rain barrel that was full of water and brought the sprayer down to the ground like it suggested. I then finally got water but barely any pressure. I even could spray my barefoot all the way on high with fully charged battery with no pain or issues what so ever. Was rinsing out a barley dirty 5 gal bucket and had to put the spray head all the way to the edge of the bucket. I will only be using this to water my plants since it’s the only thing it is good for. And I purposely got the one that takes two batteries thinking there would be ample pressure. Not here.

  19. LewsTherin82

    I really like the Worx hydroshot. I had the 1st gen 20v, bug it died and I stepped up to the 40v (2×20v) and am not disappointed. The only reasons I give it 4 stars are because it is considerably heavier than the original, and it goes through OEM batteries quickly. It is not terrible battery life, but if you have a bit of use for it, highly recommend either a full spare set of high capacity batteries and/or the 2 port fast charger. Otherwise, users will very likely be disappointed in run time. I am very happy and will update my review after further ise.

  20. GBK1

    This is going to come in handy for a number of smaller jobs because of its portability. It sprays with a decent amount of pressure, and it can keep going for longer than you would expect for a battery-powered device. In comparison to a gas-powered full-fledged power washer, it is heavier (everything is in your hands), the pressure is not as great, and it will pause if it starts to overheat. Those are limitations you can live with if you need to clean something in a hurry and don’t want to drag out the big power washer.

  21. Louchy

    I have been afraid to buy a power washer because they can be too powerful and do damage. This one is just right for my purposes. I use the hose attachment to wash off my docks, No garden hose required. Both hose attachments are very easy to use. I can do other chores with the garden hose without tearing things up. Uses very little battery power which was a surprise – good run time. I wish the spray pattern change wheel was a one handed operation.

  22. cotter

    We bought this along with the accessories to clean our deck. When we were putting it together, we noticed how cheaply made it was. The hose disconnected from the part that attaches to the handle, and a small, plastic attachment seemed to be almost completely shattered when we opened the box. Once we were able to make it all work, we found out that no matter what setting you use, this power washer wasn’t going to be effective. We even tried using the expensive WORX accessories we bought, and it did not make a difference. It took at least ten minutes to completely clean one square yard, which brings me to my next point; the battery doesn’t last more than 20 minutes, and on top of that, it took 5 hours to completely recharge it. We are completely disappointed with this product and will be looking to buy a better power washer from a different brand.

  23. R Chandler

    I love this pressure washer. I have a Troybuilt 2600 PSI Gas powered with a Honda Engine. This one is great for the patio and areas where you don’t need 2600 PSI. I love the fact of the head with all the nozzles on it 0,15,25 & 40 Degrees. The low pressure switch is great for cleaning patio furniture and cushion so you don’t damage the cushions. The Battery tender LEDS are great 2 to let you know how much charge you have left.

  24. Andrescoutt

    I previously had the 20V hydro-shot which a friend gave me as a gift. I liked it a lot, but when I learned that Worx developed a 40V version of it I decided to order it. I like the extra kick in power, which is very noticeable when compared with the 20V unit. I love the portability of the hydroshot, I can wash my cars wherever they are without having to seutp messy electrical cables, garden horses and extension cords.

  25. aka Bob

    Received about 2 wks ago. Easily adaptable for water supply. First use, cleaned some wooden steps using siphon hose and 5 gal buckets. Second use, cleaned oil and grime off a Cat E120 Track Hoe using siphon with tub and 5 gal buckets. Both cleaned at locations with no normal water supply. Very pleased with the results. Would only be better if higher capacity batteries were supplied for longer run time.

  26. hedredsr

    Have house with vinyl siding which requires semi-annual power washing. Have a gas powered pressure washer, does a great job but is very loud and cumbersome. Being an owner of several WORX power products have learned of their quality and efficient designs.
    The WORX 40 Volt Power Shot washer is very powerful at 450 PSI and does a great job,
    quiet, lightweight and sturdy….Quality and pays for itself….

  27. Mic9

    I bought this to power wash my deck and driveway. It has enough power to clean my driveway and portable enough to easily clean my second story deck. I love that you can hook it up to a hose, or just a bucket of water. I bought the bottle attachment for small jobs so all you need is a 2 liter bottle of water. The battery does not last as long as I would like but I understand why.

  28. BrewsBeer

    I have a gas powered pressure washer for big jobs and it works fine but is a pain to lug around and is inconvenient for shorter jobs. The Hydroshot I purchased has met all of my expectations and then some. The ability to draw from any water source is particularly handy. My hoses and other outside water sources are disconnected and drained due to the winter weather. I am able to fill a five gallon bucket with water and use the Hydroshot for cleanups during the winter – super convenient! We get lots of rain here and when not freezing, we can still play golf. The Hydroshot works great for blasting off the mud on my golf pushcart. I also use it for quick garage cleanups. The tool has plenty of power for most things that I use to use a power washer for. The battery life is sufficient to take care of most cleanups. I have no regrets purchasing the Hydroshot. It has been a great addition to my cleaning arsenal!

  29. djjunks

    First thing to be aware of – you’ll get about 7 minutes of maximum power out of 2 fully charged batteries. That is it.

    Second thing to be aware of – If you’re expecting the same powerful spray and results as a power washer, don’t waste your money. Please go and buy a real power washer. This is the equivalent of a strong hose with a jet nozzle. Nothing more.

  30. Stannj

    I bought the hydroshot about a month ago. I think the hydroshot will be great as a maintenance tool. I still need to use my more powerful power washer to get through tough cleaning jobs. the hydroshot can’t handle jobs like that. The 2 batteries only last about 1/2 hour, fully charged. And it’s not comfortable because you have to keep a finger on the on button.

  31. russejam

    I had just finished building my Trex deck. Once the dust settled, literally from the construction, my hose was not doing a great job to clean it off and to make it look sparkling new. The hydroshot was worth it. It only lasts 30-40 min, but that is all I need it for. I have my 5 hp power washer to do any big jobs and is too strong for my deck.

  32. Oscar3

    Excellent for light/medium cleaning chores. It performed well washing a car and gas grill; also tried cleaning a concrete curb with less than great results, but probably the best option short of hiring someone to do it, because our water hose and extension electric cords would not reach far enough to enable use of a regular power washer.

  33. ShariM

    I purchased this a few weeks ago and finally used it this past weekend. It’s a perfect tool for small jobs like washing a vehicle or wanting to clean outdoor furniture. The batteries only last 30 minutes. I started power washing my white plastic deck railings and only got 1/2 way through the step railings before the battery died.

  34. Ken57

    I purchased this item to give my UBC tote water harvesting system a pressurized option. A rain barrel has no pressure, but with a hydroshot it is simple. I use mine for anything that requires pressure. Watering the grass, wash the sidewalk, anything! The pressure is higher than a public utility hose, but lower than a pressure washer/cleaner. You can also add a bunch of attachments and all the ones I have used so far work perfect. I have watered the grass, cleaned the patio, washed the car, all with collected rain water which means lower utility bills. My only complaint is that I would like the battery life to be longer. The original equipment batteries last about 30 minutes, but now I found out the Worx is starting to sell a more robust 20 volt 4 ah battery. Two of those attached to my #644 hotshot and I will be all set. I highly recommend this item for any type of use that needs pressure except for really intense jobs that require a full blown pressure washer with psi over 500.

  35. snowman77

    I bought this to clean patio furniture, bird droppings off the mailbox and other small jobs where a water spigot wasn’t handy. Love the flexibility that this sprayer provides. Like others, I’d like it to have a little more power but I understood what it’s limitations were. Overall happy with the purchase.

  36. Bentley1

    I bought the 40 V power washer and it is been absolutely phenomenal. It worked beautifully with the garden hose it worked great just taking water from the bucket and I was surprised even on high power it lasted quite a long time before I had to recharge it. super happy with the purchase

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