ANNOVI REVERBERI AR383 Blue Clean 1900 PSI Electric Pressure Washer

Last updated date: April 12, 2021

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9.1

ANNOVI REVERBERI AR383 Blue Clean 1900 PSI Electric Pressure Washer

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We looked at the top Pressure Washers and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Pressure Washer you should buy.

Editor's Note April 12, 2021:
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Overall Take

Offering up to 1900 PSI, this electric pressure washer is powerful enough to breakup caked-on dirt and stains. It's also incredibly durable, while quiet at the same time.


In our analysis of 39 expert reviews, the ANNOVI REVERBERI ANNOVI REVERBERI Blue Clean 1900 PSI Electric Pressure Washer placed 3rd when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

For over 50 years, Annovi Reverberi has manufactured one the world's highest quality lines of high-pressure pumps, incorporating industrial-grade performance, safety, and quality into their electric pressure washers.With a bonus turbo nozzle to double cleaning efficiency, the 1,900 PSI 1.51 GPM Electric Pressure Washer is equipped with a durable 3 axial-piston wobble plate pump to handle almost any cleaning application. Triplex Plunger pump with axial wobble plate. Total Stop System turns the washer on only when the spray gun trigger is pressed and automatically turns the motor off to protect the pump from overheating. Quick connect garden hose adapter. Universal electric motor. Water filter adapter. Adjustable spray head with special fan jet settings. Foam soap dispenser. Turbo nozzle lance for enhanced cleaning efficiency. Trolly with wheels for portability. Integrated hose reel for convenient storage.

Expert Reviews

Expert Summarized Score

7.0
7 expert reviews

User Summarized Score

8.8
30 user reviews

What experts liked

Effective cleaning, if not with as much power as gas models, helped this AR electric pressure washer score impressively in our tests. So did a smattering of helpful features.
- Consumer Reports
The AR Blue Clean AR383’s water pressure is good – at 1,900 PSI, it’s the second highest in our comparison. This meant it did well removing dirt and oil in our cleaning tests, though it didn't match the two top-performing models.
- Top Ten Reviews
It may not be the best in the market but considering the price it retails at, its reliability and durability, it is definitely something worth having around in your home.
- Pressure Washer Critics
It really has plenty of things going for it. Its PSI and GPM values are probably the highest in its class, so you’ll never feel like you’re running short on cleaning power. It is also extremely quiet.
- Wash Wisely
Besides the four replaceable nozzle tips, you get a turbo nozzle. You get a built-in soap tank.
- Pressure Washer Ratings
AR also known as AnnoviReverberi is famous in making high pressure washer under $150quality and durable pressure washers in the world.
- Power Tools Rater

What experts didn't like

Has an average cleaning angle and not very effective at power.
- Consumer Reports
The AR Blue Clean AR383 is one of two pressure washers we tested with a built-in hose reel. While this is a useful way to store your pressure hose, it was hard to use because the hose didn't coil smoothly as we reeled it in.
- Top Ten Reviews
The only problem though lies in the hard plastic material used for the hose. This makes it rather difficult to reel it back in as it tends to coil up on itself.
- Pressure Washer Critics
Only has a one-year warranty.
- Power Tools Rater
We didn’t like the hose reel, the cord storage was tedious to use, it tended to tip over, and the wheels were tiny.
- New York Times Wirecutter

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Vicki Liston 
Home Improvement Expert

Vicki Liston writes, produces, and narrates “On The Fly…DIY,” an award-winning home improvement and DIY show of unique project tutorials for the casual DIY’er.

Home improvement and all things DIY have been Liston’s passion since she bought her first house in 2007 and she started making video blogs in 2014. She’s performed hundreds of DIY projects, from small ones to major, wall-smashing renovations and can teach you how to make a trendy DIY barn door for cheap. The proceeds earned from “On The Fly…DIY” are donated to no-kill animal shelters and rescue organizations. You can find her show on Prime Video.

An Overview On Pressure Washers

When you’ve got built-up grime or tough stains on your driveway, patio furniture, deck, car or siding, it’s time to bring in a pressure washer. Pressure washers use a high-pressure stream of water to make cleaning easy (and very satisfying!). Watch dirt, mildew and grease melt away as you run the pressure washer over all the dirty surfaces around your home. (Note: Pressure washers are slightly different from power washers, which use high-pressure streams of hot water instead of unheated water.)

Pressure washers come in both electric- and gas-powered models. Gas washers typically offer greater pressure and water flow, making them ideal for the toughest cleaning jobs. Electric power washers, on the other hand, are a bit more user-friendly. They’re smaller and lighter than gas power washers, making them more convenient for frequent cleaning. Plus, you don’t have to worry about some of the pitfalls of gas-powered equipment, such as startup problems or pump damage.

“It’s best to make the ‘gas or electric’ decision based on what materials you will be pressure washing and how much pounds per square inch (PSI) they can stand,” says our home improvement expert Vicki Liston. “You’ll also want to think about whether or not you will always have access to an electrical outlet, and how much maintenance and upkeep you are comfortable doing yourself.”

There are several other factors to consider when purchasing a pressure washer. Noise level is very important, especially if you’re in an area where homes are close together. While no pressure washer operates with complete silence, there are some that are quieter than others, especially in standby mode.

You’ll also need to think about maintenance before you buy. In most cases, a pressure washer will be used once or twice a year, then stored the remainder of the year. It’s important to pay attention to the size of the unit you choose and make sure you have a cool, dry place to store your pressure washer during those months.

The Pressure Washer Buying Guide

  • Pressure washers certified by the Pressure Washer Manufacturers’ Association will have a PWMA logo.
  • Pressure washers may not work with well water because the water flow is too low.
  • To get vertical surfaces clean, power wash from the bottom up and then rinse from the top down.
  • Test surfaces before power washing by spraying a smaller, less visible area.
  • For gas-powered pressure washers, try adding a fuel stabilizer to the gasoline before filling the tank.
  • Safety is key, no matter which type of pressure washer you buy. “With any pressure washer, always use eye and ear protection as well as close-toed shoes,” says home improvement pro Liston. “Small pieces of blasted debris can fly up and injure eyes. The motors — more so gas than electric — are very loud and can damage hearing.”
  • Only use identical replacement parts to prevent hazards and damage to your pressure washer.
  • Empty water from all pressure washer parts and hoses before storing, and keep in a dry, covered and frost-free area.
  • Gas pressure washers need 30 minutes to cool down before storing.
  • Electric pressure washers should have a built-in ground fault interrupter to prevent electrical hazards.
  • If you’re buying a high-PSI pressure washer, you may want to select one with the option for variable pressure to protect certain surfaces.
  • Up to 1,900 PSI is considered light duty (ideal for grills, cars, boats and windows); 1,900 to 3,000 PSI is considered medium duty (ideal for fencing, decks, siding and paint preparation); 3,000 or more PSI is considered heavy duty (ideal for driveways, sidewalks and construction equipment).
  • Always keep the pressure washer nozzle moving so water doesn’t cut into the surface you’re cleaning
  • If you’ll be tackling projects that require you to pull your pressure washer up a set of stairs, consider a pressure washer with a build that is reminiscent of a hand truck, which makes it more stair-friendly.
  • When you think of a pressure washer that’s easy to use, you may think more about the controls. However, lightweight pressure washers offer ease-of-use thanks to their lightweight design. This makes it easy to maneuver it around while you’re washing.
  • Weight is also a factor when it comes time to store your pressure washer. Some pressure washers are designed to be portable and light, while others can weigh between 31 and 60 pounds. But many pressure washers have wheels to make them easy to transport.
  • Before putting your pressure washer in storage, consider the benefits of an electric- or battery-powered model. A gas pressure washer must be winterized before it can be put in storage for months, including flushing out the system to remove all liquids.
  • Connecting the hose can be challenging, especially if it’s too close to the ground. Look for a pressure washer with hose connections that are well above the ground, which makes it easy to hook up the hose without having to kneel on the ground.
  • No matter your budget, you probably want the best deal you can get. As far as gas pressure washers go, all are within the same range. Electric pressure washers tend to be less than half the price of even the most affordable gas water pressures in its range.