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KARCHER WV50 Window Vacuum Cleaner £39.00 @ Currys

£39.00 @ Currys
Had a look through the site and they had it down at this price 4 months ago but its back! Great little tool, saw this advertised on TV last night, a few people have been posting the AMAZON deal (al… Read More
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2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
Had a look through the site and they had it down at this price 4 months ago but its back!

Great little tool, saw this advertised on TV last night, a few people have been posting the AMAZON deal (also £39) but here's one you can walk in and pick one up OR have it delivered free of charge.
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#1
I saw this advertised on TV last night too and was just hunting for the deal as I though the ad said £20!
#2
Interesting that it states 'one year manufacturer guarantee', so you might want to check elswhere, or verify if buying from Currys, as Amazon and John Lewis both state '2 year manufacturer guarantee'
#3
Good spot. Must be something they're doing off their own backs as Karcher web site states one year guarantee on all their yellow window vacs.
#4
amazon price is the same, people who prefer them.
#5
How does this work? I noticed on the instructions you clean the windows as normal then go over it with this vacuum?
#6
Amazon is mentioned in the description @immy_ashraf


Basically just clean and glass surface with water, then vacuum it off as opposed to wiping/buffing to a shine.

My girlfriends mother uses hers for her windows and her glass dining table. Clean, dry and shiny a few swipes.
#7
Just purchased! Thanks!
3 Likes #8
I get condensation on the inside of my windows on a cold morning. Takes me 5 minutes with this to wip round and suck it all up ;)
#9
I purchased the Karcher WV60 for £45 from Tesco last week, it's not that great. £39 is the price it should be normally IMO.
2 Likes #10
We borrowed om from the mother in law and I was impressed. Until the sun came out and showed up all the streaks. Ended up going over all the windows again with a cloth.
#11
briggsage
I get condensation on the inside of my windows on a cold morning. Takes me 5 minutes with this to wip round and suck it all up ;)
Good call. That's exactly why I was thinking of getting one.
#12
I imagine this would do OK on a car too as opposed to drying with a chamois?
#13
I imagine this would do OK on a car too as opposed to drying with a chamois?

The water tank on these isn't big enough to do a car, maybe the windows
#14
I bought this a while back from JL, you still have to wipe the window to clean it, this just sucks the water up.
I found it only worked well on bigger window panes, but always left water at the bottom of the window.
And then yes it did leave streaks.

So i gave it back.
Considering getting it again but purely to suck up condensation from windows.
2 Likes #15
mr-p3sky
I imagine this would do OK on a car too as opposed to drying with a chamois?

The water tank on these isn't big enough to do a car, maybe the windows

The water tank empties lol
1 Like #16
I took our Coop insurance recently, and one of these randomly turned up as some kind of welcome gift. Looked a bit pointless and another piece of clutter so sold it on.
#17
MIL bought one from Currys it broke 1 yr 1 mth after now in discussions to get a replacement
#18
I bought this on the Amazon deal, really pleased with it, sucks up condensation really well. Not tried it to clean yet think I need the spray...
1 Like #19
These are great for clearing up splashes on your keyboard / monitor :D
#20
Curlynob
briggsage
I get condensation on the inside of my windows on a cold morning. Takes me 5 minutes with this to wip round and suck it all up ;)
Good call. That's exactly why I was thinking of getting one.
been using my £25 glitch price from wilko from a few months ago for the condensation im loving how quickly it removes dries it off, 1 of my best hukd purchases this year! Merry Xmas every1.

Edited By: Pateo on Dec 04, 2014 12:40
3 Likes #21
greencat
I took our Coop insurance recently, and one of these randomly turned up as some kind of welcome gift. Looked a bit pointless and another piece of clutter so sold it on.

Cool story bro.
#22
The water tank empties lol

Yeah you have me there, LOL
#23
I bought one of these for bad condensation and love it. It takes minutes of easy work to do all my windows whereas in previous years it took me ages and back ache to do them with a sponge. Works on car no problem just have to empty the water tank which only takes a second or two - I have to do that anyway for my windows
#24
Good tool and pretty quick to use...But the battery supplied isn't that good...in fact I have already had mine replaced under warranty.
#25
StevenLofty
greencat
I took our Coop insurance recently, and one of these randomly turned up as some kind of welcome gift. Looked a bit pointless and another piece of clutter so sold it on.

Cool story bro.

Thanks!
#26
Just bought and voted HOT.

Thanks OP.
#27
May be a silly question but would this work on upholstery. Use a steam cleaner+ detergent to loosen the dirt and this to suck it off ( so to speak).

Edited By: elsbells on Dec 04, 2014 16:15
#28
Curlynob
briggsage
I get condensation on the inside of my windows on a cold morning. Takes me 5 minutes with this to wip round and suck it all up ;)
Good call. That's exactly why I was thinking of getting one.
Can't recommend this product enough for this. We were in two minds to buy this product a while back, I would recommend it to anyone!
obsydian
I bought this a while back from JL, you still have to wipe the window to clean it, this just sucks the water up.
I found it only worked well on bigger window panes, but always left water at the bottom of the window.
And then yes it did leave streaks.

So i gave it back.
Considering getting it again but purely to suck up condensation from windows.
Did you think about going across sideways? Also, why didnt you go back over the streaks? Always sorts my problem with this.
#30
Got the wv75 from bq for fifty rips, so far so good!!!
#31
Bought using flubit for just under £35 :)
1 Like #32
elsbells
May be a silly question but would this work on upholstery. Use a steam cleaner+ detergent to loosen the dirt and this to suck it off ( so to speak).
Yes silly question. Stick to using other devices to suck things off.
#33
#34
bought! any accessories with this?
3 Likes #35
Quick review: Bought one of these, but no good to me. Left streaks and residual water on window surface.
Would I recommend it? No.
Why? Because you still have to finish with a cloth so no advantage.
#36
Got one last week from Very for £59 added a towel to make it £61 then used the new customer £30 off code
#37
evo97
Got one last week from Very for £59 added a towel to make it £61 then used the new customer £30 off code
Where was this from , please?
#38
Curlynob
briggsage
I get condensation on the inside of my windows on a cold morning. Takes me 5 minutes with this to wip round and suck it all up ;)
Good call. That's exactly why I was thinking of getting one.

Dehumidifier needed for condensation??!!
1 Like #39
deesieweesie
evo97
Got one last week from Very for £59 added a towel to make it £61 then used the new customer £30 off code
Where was this from , please?

...Very.
#40
deesieweesie
evo97
Got one last week from Very for £59 added a towel to make it £61 then used the new customer £30 off code

Where was this from , please?

have you had an eye test done recently?

Edited By: watson44 on Dec 04, 2014 22:17

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