"By far the best plunger I've ever used. It may be a bit on the pricey side, but it does what it says on the tin and with very little effort. I've had a problem with my shower for months and nothing I tried would work until I purchased the power plunger. Feels a little flimsy because it's plastic but you can't fault its performance. I would recommend this to anyone."
"I had seen our school caretaker use something like this to unblock sinks. What a buy. Having tried hard to undo the trap and empty that way I decided to purchase this item from Screwfix. That was easy enough and a pleasant experience. Once home, having read the instructions I went to the blocked sink. One press of the trigger on the primed gun did the trick and the sink was unblocked. Amazing!! The whole item was worth every penny for ease and quickness of use. Job done."
"What a great bit of kit. Had a blocked toilet tried liquid products which did not shift the blockage. This was easy to use, Freed the blockage on the third squeeze of the trigger. Would recomend to have one in the garage of shed in case it happens to you."
"This was last chance saloon before I ripped out the toilet and sink to get under the floor boards had tried chemical, wire and plunger to unblock my bath. Popped to screwfix to buy this and was sceptical when I opened up the box. Literally pumped it 7 times put the plug attachment on it and fired it, the water drained immediatel, genuinely in shock!! Great bit of kit for home not suitable or trades people given the cheap nature of the plastic used."
"The sink in our utility room had a block and I decided it was about time to invest in a product that would hopefully make a difference. I had previously used a normal sized plunger and various chemicals - both of which were unsuccessful.
Needless to say - this plunger did the job, and very quickly. A couple of shots and the blockage cleared!
I was so impressed with this plunger, I just had to write a review."
"Great product - had a blocked toilet and whatever I did to free the blockage I couldn't free it - that was until I used this plunger - it cleared the blockage no problem so would definitely recommend it - although it is a bit more expensive than other types it just works."
"When the two year old carefully, sheet by sheet, blocked the toilet with 2 whole toilet rolls and a half pack of wipes.... I tried a pressure plunger that I had anyway, bought a bendy brush with a crank and tried everything else I could think of to unblock the loo without success.
With a plumber next stop, ordered this and picked it up.
Easy to use (I had no issues with making a seal in a modern D shaped pan), it took half a dozen tries before the water ran away and the blockage was cleared.
How reliable it is I cannot assess as I don't plan on daily use, but it feels well made, the air pump was robust, the seal worked and the loo is free to use again without a plumber being called so I rate it as good value."
"I call it a power plunger because, like an air pistol, you pump it up, then press over plug hole and pull trigger. Don't forget to cover overflow, or you could get a face full.. Fantastic piece of kit, shifts most blockages with only one or two shots. Why pay more? various heads to fit different size holes to un-block. BRILLIANT."
"i have had one of these for many years. however on one occasion a sink was blocked so bad that the pulse of pressure caused the 50mm pipe to split. never come across a blockage it cant clear inc a toilet"
"I had a bathroom sink that has been draining slower and slower until it became blocked 3 weeks ago. I tried 15 meters of a metal snake, chemicals, a normal plunger and nothing would work. I bought this after looking at the reviews and after 2 mins of using it (attached directly to the pipe) the sink was unblocked and the water flowed faster than it had ever done before. I would definitely recommend this."
"Having seen such an unusual number of five star reviews, I had high expectations, but was somewhat disappointed to find that although it cleared a recurring blockage in a shower, the blockage came back the next day. I then used the power plunger again, but this time used a lot of water to flush the blockage away after it was loosened.
In this particular case, it appeared that the blockage was able to reform in the long near-horizontal pipe run, so when using the plunger, make sure that you keep a good flow of water following afterwards to properly dissipate the blockage.
The power plunger seems pretty good at clearing some rather challenging blockages."