This by far the very best pressure washer I have ever owned! German engineering at it best, the pump and the motor are built to last many years with proper maintenance. Most pressure washers are made of plastic and have a very short life span, the Kranzle is by far the very best in the market! The Kranzle pressure washer is worth the money; no question about it.
I don’t know why I waited so long to get this?! This thing is a beast...I’ve been using 2 power washers a gas one for outside that delivers the right psi to create the best foam for my foam cannon, but it’s so loud and I can’t use it in the garage in the winter or at night. Then I have me electric Sun Joe, yes it’s quite and I can use it inside , but didn’t deliver the psi I needed to make proper foam. NOW...with my K1122TST I have the best of both worlds all the power I need and with the total stop feature it turns off once you release the trigger!!! Did I say it was super quiet?! I can now talk on the phone while I’m washing the car! It’s a must have, don’t wait has long as I did!
This pressure washer is the product of careful thought and purposeful engineering. All materials on this machine are of very high quality. While I have only used this machine for a month, I would anticipate that it may very well be the last pressure washer I will have to purchase. The gun and lance attachments are good, but you may want to consider adding quick connects, especially if you're using the MTM spray guns. The "dirt killer" lance certainly lives up to its name. The only place I may use this, would be for extremely dirty wheels and tires, but use caution. I would NOT advise using this on any painted surfaces.
Coming from a gas machine, the auto stop/start is probably one of my favorite features; pressure whenever you need it. The machine is very quiet, using it in the early morning or late evening would produce noise that would likely go unnoticed by your neighbors. Pressure and flow are sufficient for washing cars, even vehicles that are pretty dirty. If possible, using a "clean" 20A outlet would be best. The 15° tip and foam cannons can draw a significant amount of energy that may trip the breaker. Is this machine for you? If you're someone that is consistently performing "disaster details" this machine will get it done, but you may want to consider a gas option with more pressure and flow. If you're a detailer or DIY'er that sees a high volume of vehicles that are "dirty" this is a great option. Its stout build and cleaning power should withstand the test of time.
Great pressure washer, it was smaller than I envisioned when I ordered, but its a tank (significantly heavier than your home depot units) I fully expect to get at least 10 years of use out of this thing, the brass valve really stands out from other units as well as the reel, every pressure washer (on wheels at least) should have a reel built in. Its pricy but its nice. I put quick connects on everything and a mosmatic handle, I am not sure it could be improved further, but would recommend the extra goodies.