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Karcher WV2 Window Vacuum Cleaner £30.00 delivered @ Currys/Amazon

£30.00 @ Currys
The lightweight Karcher WV2 Window Vacuum Cleaner helps you clean more windows off a single charge, leaving them shiny and streak-free. Clean different home surfaces It's really light at just 67… Read More
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The lightweight Karcher WV2 Window Vacuum Cleaner helps you clean more windows off a single charge, leaving them shiny and streak-free.

Clean different home surfaces

It's really light at just 670 g, so carrying it around the home is easy.

Runs quieter, for longer

Clean 60 windows from a single charge – the Karcher WV2 Window Cleaner uses an improved Lithium-ion battery that runs for 25 minutes at a time, and only takes two hours to fully recharge. There's an LED indicator that gives you plenty of warning before a charge runs out, so your cleaning sessions aren't constantly interrupted.

Its quiet suction operation is great in confined spaces to make cleaning more peaceful, and the simple plug mechanism allows for easy emptying. You won't have any contact with the dirty water, making things more hygienic.

Keep glass around your home spic and span with the Karcher WV2 Window Vacuum Cleaner.

+ possible 5.5% Quidco

£30.39 at Amazon...

Karcher WV2 2nd Generation Window Vacuum Cleaner https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00Q8KPFJM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_ts3uybM9SHB3E

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9 Likes
muckspreader1
Baffles me why people Waste money on this.Most pointless gadget ever.Buy a decent squeegee and applicator for half the price amd a better job.Really people don't buy into it but if you like to waste money go for it.

I use mine to remove condensation from my windows - huge time saver and wouldn't be without one.
5 Likes
Baffles me why people Waste money on this.Most pointless gadget ever.Buy a decent squeegee and applicator for half the price amd a better job.Really people don't buy into it but if you like to waste money go for it.

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2 Likes #1
...and yes, I'm aware of the screwfix deal thanks.
#2
Are they good or go for the premium one?
#3
bmbratz
Are they good or go for the premium one?

Depends on your circumstances...I've had one for 3 years and never needed a narrower head.
1 Like #4
ordered thanks op
2 Likes #5
I keep seeing deals for this and am getting closer to buying one. Just not sure I need it in my life lol
1 Like #6
plaquey
I keep seeing deals for this and am getting closer to buying one. Just not sure I need it in my life lol


Amazing piece of kit. I even use it on long mirrors and its magical lol
5 Likes #7
Baffles me why people Waste money on this.Most pointless gadget ever.Buy a decent squeegee and applicator for half the price amd a better job.Really people don't buy into it but if you like to waste money go for it.
9 Likes #8
muckspreader1
Baffles me why people Waste money on this.Most pointless gadget ever.Buy a decent squeegee and applicator for half the price amd a better job.Really people don't buy into it but if you like to waste money go for it.

I use mine to remove condensation from my windows - huge time saver and wouldn't be without one.
1 Like #9
Good these, great for condensation problems...
#10
Great deal by Currys & Amazon

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1 Like #11
Btw just a heads up I believe Nectar points can only be claimed on full priced items not discounted or special offer items..

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#12
Cold.

Better off buying the Premium kit for an extra £4.99, especially if you plan to clean windows with it.
#13
The_Hoff
Cold.

Better off buying the Premium kit for an extra £4.99, especially if you plan to clean windows with it.


please tell me where you can get this with the premium kit for 35 delivered
#14
The_Hoff
Cold.

Better off buying the Premium kit for an extra £4.99, especially if you plan to clean windows with it.


Any link to this?
#15
Screw fix collection only so obviously not delivered but if u can get there n they have them
Then do it I've got premium one from screw fix this morning collected
#16
The_Hoff
Cold.
Better off buying the Premium kit for an extra £4.99, especially if you plan to clean windows with it.

I'd rather save a fiver and still clean my windows.
#17
Apogee00
The_Hoff
Cold.
Better off buying the Premium kit for an extra £4.99, especially if you plan to clean windows with it.
I'd rather save a fiver and still clean my windows.

Then you need additional hardware and have less flexibility, which will result in regret and pity. You won't look as happy as this lady when using your kitchen roll and spray bottle. Nor will you have the flexibility to use the narrow head for ultimate control.

http://johnlewis.scene7.com/is/image/JohnLewis/234160771alt3?$prod_main$

£4.99 saving? Kidding yourself!

COLD COLD COLD

Edited By: The_Hoff on Dec 16, 2016 13:15
#18
The_Hoff
Apogee00
The_Hoff
Cold.
Better off buying the Premium kit for an extra £4.99, especially if you plan to clean windows with it.
I'd rather save a fiver and still clean my windows.
Then you need additional hardware and have less flexibility, which will result in regret and pity. You won't look as happy as this lady when using your kitchen roll and spray bottle. Nor will you have the flexibility to use the narrow head for ultimate control.http://johnlewis.scene7.com/is/image/JohnLewis/234160771alt3?$prod_main$
£4.99 saving? Kidding yourself!COLD COLD COLD

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#19
muckspreader1
Baffles me why people Waste money on this.Most pointless gadget ever.Buy a decent squeegee and applicator for half the price amd a better job.Really people don't buy into it but if you like to waste money go for it.



This is a brilliant tool and a lot less messy than squeeze and applicator, voted HOT HOT HOT.
#20
plaquey
I keep seeing deals for this and am getting closer to buying one. Just not sure I need it in my life lol
Same here
2 Likes #21
johnnyshuttle
Good these, great for condensation problems...
Condensation on windows, you would probably be better off finding the excess source of humidity in the house and fixing it. Like better extractor in bathroom/kitchen or stop drying clothes on radiators is another popular one.
1 Like #22
muckspreader1
Baffles me why people Waste money on this.Most pointless gadget ever.Buy a decent squeegee and applicator for half the price amd a better job.Really people don't buy into it but if you like to waste money go for it.

In our case we have 4 tiled bathrooms, 3 glass shower screens, some large mirror/glass wardrobes and several large windows.

The Mrs seems very happy with it having previously gone the route you suggest. We live in a hard water area, so just using this to mop up the tiles/screen after a shower saves a lot of hassle and does a better job of avoiding residual water marks then cloth/squeegee/sponge.

Edited By: Mentos on Dec 16, 2016 15:57
2 Likes #23
Going_Digital
johnnyshuttle
Good these, great for condensation problems...
Condensation on windows, you would probably be better off finding the excess source of humidity in the house and fixing it. Like better extractor in bathroom/kitchen or stop drying clothes on radiators is another popular one.
What if the building was built in the late 1800's out of Cotswold stone and you don't own the place so you cant do anything about the fact it's damp. Also you don't dry indoors, have had all the leaks fixed, run a dehumidifier and still get condensation on the windows when its' cold out? This is a great solution, the other being move house. If people have a use for the product and find it useful, who are you to tell them they wasted their money?
#24
NEW £27.50 with damaged box on ebay Tesco with 12mth warranty or £25 for a refurb again with 12mth warranty - DELIVERED
#25
The_Hoff
Apogee00
The_Hoff
Cold.
Better off buying the Premium kit for an extra £4.99, especially if you plan to clean windows with it.
I'd rather save a fiver and still clean my windows.
Then you need additional hardware and have less flexibility, which will result in regret and pity. You won't look as happy as this lady when using your kitchen roll and spray bottle. Nor will you have the flexibility to use the narrow head for ultimate control.http://johnlewis.scene7.com/is/image/JohnLewis/234160771alt3?$prod_main$
£4.99 saving? Kidding yourself!COLD COLD COLD
Those windows are filthy she needs to use that thing and stop looking at it ;)
3 Likes #26
The premium version is still available at screwfix @ £34.99, http://www.screwfix.com/p/karcher-wv2-premium-cordless-window-vacuum/1829f
#27
findingdeals
The premium version is still available at screwfix @ £34.99, http://www.screwfix.com/p/karcher-wv2-premium-cordless-window-vacuum/1829f

It has been mentioned thanks #15
#28
Should I get the premium one then? Not sure.
#29
davem
muckspreader1
Baffles me why people Waste money on this.Most pointless gadget ever.Buy a decent squeegee and applicator for half the price amd a better job.Really people don't buy into it but if you like to waste money go for it.
I use mine to remove condensation from my windows - huge time saver and wouldn't be without one.
Me too,got a window that attracts condensation in the stairway.Dont use it for cleaning to be honest if the wipers blade isnt perfectly in line it leaves a ling streak.
#30
Going_Digital
johnnyshuttle
Good these, great for condensation problems...
Condensation on windows, you would probably be better off finding the excess source of humidity in the house and fixing it. Like better extractor in bathroom/kitchen or stop drying clothes on radiators is another popular one.
I have all these,fans,dehumidifier ect.But i live 2 mins from the sea.Air is damp ,turns cold windows are colder than inside air,condensation forms.
1 Like #31
androo
Going_Digital
johnnyshuttle
Good these, great for condensation problems...
Condensation on windows, you would probably be better off finding the excess source of humidity in the house and fixing it. Like better extractor in bathroom/kitchen or stop drying clothes on radiators is another popular one.
What if the building was built in the late 1800's out of Cotswold stone and you don't own the place so you cant do anything about the fact it's damp. Also you don't dry indoors, have had all the leaks fixed, run a dehumidifier and still get condensation on the windows when its' cold out? This is a great solution, the other being move house. If people have a use for the product and find it useful, who are you to tell them they wasted their money?

I wasn't telling anyone they are wasting their money, only suggesting that where possible finding the cause of the problem and fixing it would be better as condensation on windows (other than old single glazed) suggests there is a higher level of humidity in the house than there should be and that may be causing other problems as well such as damp smelling clothes and books. Clearly you are not in a position to fix the problem but others will be.
2 Likes #32
Better deal for WV2 Premium at Screfix for 34.99
#33
Buckyball
Better deal for WV2 Premium at Screfix for 34.99

Not if you don't want/need the other bits
#34
does it work well cleaning car windows?
1 Like #35
Can someone post befores and afters please, would really help me deciding if I need one. Because I'm one of those that think a squeegee will do the same job.
#36
bebechino
does it work well cleaning car windows?



Only if they are made of glass.
1 Like #37
bebechino
does it work well cleaning car windows?

Get the Premium, narrow blade is weapon of choice. Plus flannel spray thing.
#38
Apogee00
Buckyball
Better deal for WV2 Premium at Screfix for 34.99
Not if you don't want/need the other bits

Who doesn't need them????!

This deal is colder than Arendelle.
#39
squaredoggy
NEW £27.50 with damaged box on ebay Tesco with 12mth warranty or £25 for a refurb again with 12mth warranty - DELIVERED

Any link to it?
#40
Got the first generation version. Had it about 2 years. I was sceptical at first, but it is a good bit of kit.

Time is money.

It has saved me a ton of time.

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