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

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



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

  • Twin Watering system in a single: energy cleansing and watering
  • Totally different spray patterns present versatile for various jobs
  • 10x extra stress than backyard hose & Nozzle
  • Self priming perform can draw water from bucket, pool, river and so forth.
  • Fast connection with home backyard hose, faucet
  • Light-weight and compact for simple motion
  • A part of the WORX Energy share battery platform
  • (*2*)

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



Part Number


Package Dimensions

‎47.1 x 30.8 x 16.4 cm, 4.22 Kilograms


‎2 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

Item model number



‎WG620E.4, Full kit, 2 batteries

Power Source

‎Battery Powered

Item Package Quantity


Included Components


Batteries included


Batteries Required


Battery Cell Type

‎Lithium Ion

Item Weight

‎4.22 kg

Reviews (3)

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

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  1. S. Wilkes

    I bought this to use at home as a portable washer or as a quick option to dragging out my main jet wash.

    I ignored the negative reviews and bought the brushless version which is significantly more expensive and I believed would not have the same issues as the cheaper unit.

    On receiving the Washer I charged the battery and tested the unit with the pop bottle adapter supplied as this would give me a true assessment of the power and portability of the unit. The jet produced was very poor, no power, you could put your hand in front of the washer with ease.
    I also tried connecting the washer to a mains supply fed hose pipe, it did improve the performance, but when only slightly pressing the trigger, the mains pressure produced nearly the same level of power as when the motor was running.

    I hoped this unit would be great, I wanted it to be great, I was really disappointed in the product and would not recommend it to anyone.

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  2. TE


    In the interests of fairness, I wanted to update my original review to advise that I managed to improve the water pressure to a far more acceptable and usable level. In essence whilst the select-able spray attachment had been fixed in place and was working as expected in terms of the type of spray being generated, I decided to remove it, check for any blockage and reattach. After doing so and making sure it was properly connected to the lance (this time there was a more pronounced click which I didn’t notice before), performance improved significantly. As a result the Hydroshot proved perfectly suitable for the purpose I bought it for, i.e. a quick and convenient clean of the car without having to drag out the hose or my powered jet wash. A couple of 2 litre bottles was enough to wet and rinse off bodywork and wheels, (hatchback) although they are emptied fast. And the battery more than stood up to the task. As a result, I’d now give the product 4 stars.


    Not what I expected at all unless I’m missing something obvious and the Power button that others speak of is separate to the ECO ON / OFF button, which is the only switch I can find to regulate the pressure. (Albeit from very weak to a little less weak) With the battery fully charged and regardless of the spray-type setting on the lance, performance is really disappointing and a lot less than I can achieve with a garden hose. I wasn’t expecting anywhere near what my Nilfisk pressure washer can achieve but I was expecting more than this unit delivers. A real pity as the product itself seems robust and the portability is excellent.

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  3. TE

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     **This review is for the WG630E with Brushless Motor and 4.0Ah battery**

    Very, very impressed.

    I bought this for cleaning my aviary, for which a Karcher would be much too powerful, but tried it out on my little patio first just to see what it could do – wow! It shifted 15 years of muck and moss with relative ease.

    It is very simple to assemble and use. The battery charged from flat in 45 minutes and from that I got around 45 mins of use on high power. On this version there is an ‘Eco’ button you press when you want to use LESS power/water; it resets when you release the trigger.

    The ‘0’ setting produces a very narrow jet to blast the stubborn muck and moss (or write your name in it like a kid with a sparkler). A quick twist adjusts the stream in increments all the way through to ’40’, then ‘watering’ – much easier than changing lances and nozzles. The setting shown in the video is ’15’, I then turned it to 0 to get rid of the spots of moss.

    There is little splashback and it’s not even that loud.

    For convenience and portability, I don’t think you could beat this. In fact, refilling the bucket is the only real inconvenience, as it does guzzle water. You can, however, connect it to a garden hose, so no refilling required.

    I have now tried the water bottle adapter with a 2 litre former lemonade bottle; it works like a charm, but I soon got bored of refilling it. It takes a lot longer for the unit to get going again as well, which I found frustrating and wasteful. So for normal use, give that a swerve, but if you need a quick but thorough wash of a muddy bicycle or wellie boots before getting in the car, it would be excellent.

    I got a great deal here at £120 (down from £200), as the 4.0Ah battery alone costs £60. I almost paid £5 more for the ‘full kit’ option but noticed just in time that you only get a 2.0Ah battery with that set.

    It arrived the day after I ordered and has a 3 year warranty if you register within 30 days (1 year for trade).
    **A note on registering – you HAVE to create an account at the same time as registering for proof/peace of mind that it’s done; there is NO email confirmation as promised and you cannot create an account later.
    After a silly number of emails to Worx Customer Support, they finally advised I’d have to register the product again and create an account the second time around – so my Hydroshot is now registered twice and I have yet another account/password that I don’t want, but it’s done.
    Oh – they also told me the battery and charger
    aren’t covered so cannot be registered, but one of the two does appear in the [infuriatingly long] list of product codes arranged in no discernable order. Have fun finding yours!**

    In summary, although not comparable in power to a pressure washer (nor does it pretend to be), this still packs a heck of a punch – and let’s not pretend it doesn’t look cool!

    Highly recommended for what it is – but don’t waste your money on a less powerful model – the 630 Brushless with the 4Ah battery is a necessity for anything but the smallest jobs.

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