WORX WG620E.4 18V (20V Max) Cordless Hydroshot Portable Pressure Cleaner Kit with 2 Batteries

Weight: 4.22 kg
Dimensions: 46.6 x 31.1 x 16.5 cm; 4.22 Kilograms
Model: WG620E.4
Part: WG620E.4
Pack Quantity: 1
Batteries Required: Yes
Batteries Included: Lithium Ion
Manufacture: WORX
Quantity: 1

132 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Very inprest. I live in a flat with no external water supply so this is ideal. Great presure infact i turnd it down for cleaning my bike as not to blast off any assembly grease. It comes with a foldable bucket, good size, easly cleaned a bike with water to spare. Came with two batteries. I have cleaned my bike 3 times on 1 charge. Great presure the single jet function reached my second flor windows for Rinsing

  2. Adam Waheed says:

     United Kingdom

    Quality worx item. Purchased for car cleaning and general garden duties. By no means a pressure washer but for use out of a bucket or your garden hose this item does not disappoint. Cleans cars or even your doors and windows. Probably not ideal for patio cleaning. One battery will easily be enough for cleaning a large 4×4.

  3. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Does a great job. A bit difficult to assemble as instructions unclear on item, be sure to clear airlocks in the piping before using. Batteries last a very very long time. You have to keep refilling the bucket but lasts a reasonable time. Found it difficult to register for the 3 year guarantee, telephoned and was told where to find the serial number by a very helpful and knowledgeable agent. However on phoning again had to hang on for ages, but worked out how to register on-line ourselves.

  4. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Great product, compact and very lightweight. I bought the full kit which comes with loads of accessories. Collapsible bucket is great, and gives enough water to do one car. Does the job grea

  5. AnthonyWine says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 6 From Our UsersI had been wanting a cordless power washer for some time. The reviews, not altogether positive…made it difficult to decide but I narrowed it down to two, the worx hydroshot WG620E.4 and another very similar but cheaper product. I decided after long deliberation to get the worx. All I can say is this…buy it!
    Once in a while you buy something and it’s like a gift from the gods…for me anyway. I have mobility issues and so find doing household chores extremely difficult. Paying for someone to wash windows and paying to use the car wash can all work out very expensive. This product has made my life so much better. Granted its not got the power of a plug in power washer, but I didn’t want or need that. It would have been too powerful for me to use. This is perfect. It came with two batteries which I charged the night before at an hour per battery. The washer clips together very easily, and I put the whole hose in the bucket for a couple of minutes to prime it.
    It does a fantastic job of cleaning windows. The shampoo attachment sprayed the windows with a lovely foam, a quick scrub, rinse and the job was done. More than enough power and only used one battery.
    I’m more than happy with it. Even though at just under 200 it is quite expensive, I wish I’d bought it sooner.

  6. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I like that it’s small and compact enough to put in storage but powerful enough to remove dried bird poop, it’s only just been delivered so literally just been out in garden to test it and can’t complain. Yes it’s not as powerful as say a karcher or bosch but it’s not been designed too.

    4.0 out of 5 stars Perfec

  7. AnnabelSunseri says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersWasn’t sure what to expect from this but have been pleasantly surprised. Me and a mate are using it to wash down some fire-damaged garages where there’s no power or water supply, and this thing has transformed the job. It’s not as powerful as a mains-powered pressure washer but is still effective.
    It does guzzle water so you need a decent size barrel or drum, and it’s well worth getting the two batteries if you’re doing a large area. We’ve been using a 30-litre plastic jerry can on a trolley, and the pressure washer empties it in about 15 minutes. A single charge seems to last about 25 minutes depending how intensively you’re washing.

    Minor gripes: you have to simultaneously push a button and pull the trigger to get the thing working which is fine, but the button is in an awkward place for left-handed users like myself. I also wish you could rotate the orientation of the spray, so the ‘fan’ of water was vertical rather than horizontal. Doesn’t seem to be possible so I spend most of the time holding the thing sideways.

  8. NellieHowarth says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 7 From Our UsersWe already have a decent, mains-powered Karcher washer so this was bought for a specific job, namely washing our motorhome on site. In this, it has been a qualified success. The qualification comes due to the battery life, which is barely adequate. Were I to use a lower power setting, and skip the prewash/foam bit then there’s plenty of juice in the tank. For a car, you won’t have any problems. You might get two out of it.
    Where we have been really pleased with it is when you can connect it to a hosepipe, rather than using a bucket. Then it becomes so much more convenient and easy to use than a full-power mains washer. A huge difference.
    We’ll keep the Karcher for the patio, but use the Worx for everything else.

  9. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Impressed so far. . especially with the Batteries. Have been using it to clean my mountain bike which get very muddy. Much better pressure when it’s attached to the mains hoes pipe. . not so good sucking from a the bucket (supplied). Tried it on the patio and conservatory Poly roof not so good. . you’ll need more power for that. Perfect for Bikes and cars though.

  10. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersI don’t understand the complaints about a lack of power. What do folk expect? It’s only a 2 amp battery.
    Yes, you need to allow for a bit extra brush work to shift the stains etc. More time and if it’s a bigger job you’ll need a lot of water.
    I used mine the first time to clean a 6 car parking area that was away from water source and power. It was chocked with mud.
    I used 40 litres of water and both batteries gave me 35 minutes of run time.
    It was easy to use and did a respectable job. Using along side a decent brush and some elbow grease gave me a satisfactory result.

  11. Juan Garzon says:

     United Kingdom

    Bought to wash my car as I don’t have access to an outdoor tap. It has a lot more power than expected and it’s plenty to blast off the loose dirt before a snow foam and then plenty of power to rinse

    I bought myself a 50 litre bin to draw water from as it goes through a 5 litre bucket very fast. I tested out the battery and it went through 50 litres of water and still lasted just fine but was almost going to die. The kit I got had a 4AH battery though so I’d imagine the other worx kit with 2AH battery wouldn’t be the best for washing cars and you would maybe have to be more mindful of how long you’re using it for pre soak and rinse

  12. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    After reading various reviews on several websites we chose the WORX WG630E.1 cordless brushless Hydroshot which comes with the 4.0Ah battery and fast charger. It has 2 power settings (Eco (low power) & Normal), it certainly does the job shifting dirt. We never expected it to match the power of our large heavy corded Karcher, but for a light cordless its cleaning ability exceeded our expectations and ideal for the car or boat as well as smaller or more remote jobs where you do not want to faff about getting the corded washer set up or you are too far from a power supply or mains water. It runs for 30-40 minutes on Normal (high) power and the fast charger recharges the battery in about 45 minutes. There are cheaper WORX models available but they are not brushless and only have a 2.5Ah battery with a standard charger which takes 5 hours to recharge the battery! I have no hesitation in giving the WORX WG630E.1 a 5 star rating.

  13. StackCommerce says:

     United Kingdom

    Although I have a mains powered Karcher, I needed a wireless means to clean outside my business using a water bucket instead of a tap and hose. I didn’t expect the same force as a mains powered unit but was glad there was enough force to get the job done without stripping the paint off (a plus in my case). The battery lasted really well and after cleaning a shop front, signage and shutters, still had more than half capacity remaining. As long as you aren’t expecting the same paint stripping force of a mains powered unit, you should be satisfied with the untethered capabilities on offer here.

  14. lH4xI5eO6k says:

     United Kingdom

    The uses for this are ENDLESS, and the portability and ability to prime itself via ANY water-source is by far its best feature. The pressure is more than enough for most tasks, and it’s a joy to use. Battery life is excellent and even better when using ECO Mode, which is all that is really needed for car & boat washing. If you want a jet washer without all the weight that can be used anywhere, this powerful machine is the one to buy. It’s a bit pricey, but worth it for the performance and convenience, especially if you have multiple RVs and boats. Plus, you can carry a water source [or find a canal] and wash your vehicles virtually anywhere – instead of at home on your drive ! I see the price has now reduced so it really is a bargain now @ 179 ! [Despite paying 215 I still think it was worth every penny]

  15. GabrielBlau says:

     United Kingdom

    It’s very efficient and it is very easy too assemble

  16. SusannePontiff says:

     United Kingdom

    Great little tool. I use it for spot cleaning seagull mess from caravans at work.

  17. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this product. It’s versatile and compact.

  18. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Really nice machine one battery managed to clean my car all the way round and I’ve got an estate ca

  19. Ashley Spiker says:

     United Kingdom

    Easy to put together and the soap dispenser is first class.

  20. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Hydroshot is handy if you have no water or power supply close by. I cannot park directly outside my house, communal carpark, so its either trudging buckets of water or spend fortunes or car & van washing. With Hydroshot its just 2, one to wash the other to rinse. It’s no way near as powerful as, for example, a Karcher, it just does not have the power. So power washing a patio would be fruitless. But cleaning cars perfect, for me.

    Word of warning, if you buy any accessories, ie, wash bottle, do not buy the short lance, as, contrary to the advise, “The WA4036 Hydroshot soap bottle simply attaches to the front of the Hydroshot lance”, it does not fit. I wasted time ordering a short lance, as I thought it would be more comfortable with their accessories, but had to return as it was, as far as I could see, useless. Accessories will only fit into the main body

  21. AlbertOhiwvdozm says:

     United Kingdom

    I love this product . I bought it to clean my Motorhome & it does the job perfectly. I bought the Worx kit from Amazon at a really good price too ! Well happy

  22. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This was bought to replace a rather old typical jet wash to make use of the existing Worx equipment that I own.

    It’s not as powerful as the trolley style jet wash so dont expect to blast slabs or walls clean with this.

    Great for cleaning the car or bike especially if water and power access is an issue.

    Happily runs from a bucket of water and has enough charge to clean my car with one full battery.

    Recommend purchasing a short extension bar and power foam attachment to compliment the set up.

  23. Annie @ Mama Dweeb says:

     United Kingdom

    Great bit of Ki t!!!
    Don’t normally write reviews, but with this bit of kit I was so impressed, considering some of the Reviews.
    Although not as powerful of my old Karcher 530, it has been sufficient to remove some winter growth from my car mouldings and general muck.
    Using a snow foam lance ,or soap applicator, the low power would probably be ok, although haven’t tried that yet. Have purchased another 4Ahr battery, as the last side had to wait for of recharge battery….
    With older cars with panel joints, it can encourage rush to seep through, but this would not have the same amount of penetration.
    Great portable unit with ampule power to wash cars in areas where there is no mains water of power.
    Used about 50ltrs of water, the 1ltr bottle disappeared in a minute or so.

    Great buy…..xxxxx

  24. Eric Brackett says:

     United Kingdom

    I live in a flat and have access to an external hose tap/fitting but no power outlet
    This is perfect for my needs although should have considered the higher power versio

  25. Anonymous says:


    Only reason for the 4 stars is due to the long wand being a little wobbly when attached, let’s face it it’s battery powered but I still get the car cleaned and bike so for a quick clean up it’s great and very versatile

  26. Trailrunmag says:

     United Kingdom

    ideal for light cleaning , probably not up to cleaning a farmers landrover but good enough for a normal car . easy to use and quiet , the brush is a must to loosen road dirt . perfect for what i use it for and the battery lasts long enough to clean the average car .

  27. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    First off I ordered this for a few reasons to wash my mountain bike , clean the windows and a bit of general cleaning ..
    Well it’s not as powerful as a conventional high pressure cleaner but what I use it for it’s exactly what I expected ..
    It links to my hose pipe and the hose provided to enables you to clean portable ..

  28. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I had the 629e version previously and it worked well for cleaning the car. Wasn’t hugely powerful but got the job done.
    Decided to upgrade to their the 630e after I dropped the old one and it stopped working. It’s even better than the 629e! Yes still not as powerful as a conventional jetwash, but it gets the car clean and anyone considering a worx for car cleaning It’s worth upgrading to the 630e. Very happy with this product.

  29. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I have used this to wash my car and bicycle. Works very well for both tasks.

    I much prefer using this to using a conventional pressure washer as it is much more portable and convenient compared to wrestling with a hosepipe and heavy, mains-powered pressure washer. One 10 litre bucket full of water rinses my hatchback car using this. A fully charged battery has plenty more than enough charge to wash a car.

    I just wish they had included a carry/storage case as this is a really portable tool. That’s my only gripe so far.

  30. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    It’s nowhere near as powerful as a corded washer but good for the more delicate jobs. very portable use it anywhere. Does what I need it to.

  31. WDM Group PR Network says:

     United Kingdom

    Everything is good apart from the Brush it’s to aggressive for the paintwork leaves fine scratches, but ok for the alloy’s.

  32. VanessaMcdougal says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 13 From Our UsersI have to say I was delighted at the sight of this “gun like” weapon when it arrived. My first attempt to use it resulted in the extension tube and sprinkler attachment flying off the end onto the lawn. After watching a You Tube video I realised they both had to be pushed to fit with mighty strength, then it was fine. The very next day I used the two litre bottle method to squirt water as the You Tube advisors assured me that as the water had so little distance to travel it would be a stronger pressure and that made sense to me. Eagerly I went outside and aimed the gun at the edge of the guttering on my conservatory as it was dirty, suffice to say it’s still dirty. I tried it on the window sills outside, they are still dirty although it moved a bit, then I ran out of water and had to refill the bottle. I then watched the You Tube demonstrations by many others and realised they were all using a cloth or some sort of wiping medium to clean off the looose dirt (on a vehicle) ) after the spraying. There is a brush with the kit and I have not yet tried that but I have a feeling that may be more successful. I (like many others I guess) assumed that the word PRESSURE was a key word in the cleaning but it only seems to be a key word in pushing the water down a spout out of the gun and of course that saves a back aching lot of work if you use a wet cloth. It also comes with a soap dispenser (DO NOT USE DISH WASHING LIQUID) so I am convinced now that the combination of common sense and wetting a car all over with the recommended washer substance then spraying it in combination with a brush and spray the results would be quite acceptable. PRESSURE washer it is NOT so don’t expect it to deep clean your block paving in one go, as it will not do that. Apply common sense and a bit of technique and all will fall into place and at a price far less than a top class high PRESSURE washer. I mention YOU TUBE as the so called instructions on paper are no more than cartoons with no words at all, which serve only to confuse. I do believe there is a printed manual to download but why bother, just watch YOU TUBE!