DEWALT Heavy-Duty 3100 PSI 6.5 HP Gas-Powered Pressure Washer DP3100 (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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What's in the Box
Pressure washer, five spray nozzles, spray gun, 16-inch stainless steel lance, and 25-foot-by-3/8-inch steel braided hose
From the Manufacturer
Top Customer Reviews
My machine came with a Cat brand pump. If you do some research, you'll find Cat is often considered the "Holy Grail" of pressure washer pumps for this size of machine. Cat pumps are praised by service people and owners. Combine that with the wonderful Honda engine, and you have a winner.
This washer is plenty powerful and comes with high quality accessories (hose, spray gun, nozzels, pneumatic tires). Like all Hondas, the engine is smooth and not too loud. The spray wand has a good feel and does not drip when you release the trigger. All this adds up to quick, positive results. This unit weighs about 100 pounds, which is good for a machine with this much power. The cart is well balanced and rolls easily. The only "extra" I would add is a pressure gague to remind me "keep the engine speed slow enough when doing delicate cleaning". This gague is a $20 item and can be added at any time very easily.
I like the DP3100 and would buy it again. Check prices locally. I bought mine at Home Depot during a Memorial Day weekend sale and paid only $584. The washer is great...just make sure you are getting a good price.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I do not have this item... I do have a pressure washer with a Honda motor. It is a one pull motor and has been for over 5 years. Want yours to do the same.... Read morePublished on July 23, 2010 by Damon Talbert
Got my father this power washer for a present. The honda engine is terrible. Starts once. After first tank either will not start or if does, it does not stay running. Read morePublished on June 5, 2010 by Christina D'Esposito
I got lucky last week! I happened upon one of these, in 'reconditioned' status, in my local Home Depot. It looked brand new, and the pump looked totally brand new and unused. Read morePublished on September 10, 2007 by Stephen J. Van Osdell