Karcher Cordlesss Window Vac £19.99 @ Aldi, Langley, Kent.
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Karcher Cordlesss Window Vac £19.99 @ Aldi, Langley, Kent.

£19.99Aldi Deals
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Posted 7th Nov
Seen today in Aldi, Langley, Kent. Reduced from £34.99.
Apologies for light/vague picture, but it was in a locked glass cabinet.

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Enjoy fast, streak-free cleaning with this window vac. Perfect for windows, mirrors, tiles and even shower screens! Sure to make cleaning your windows up to three times quicker, this Kärcher Window Vac even comes with a 2 year warranty meaning you're covered just in case!

Accessories Included
  • 1 x Spray bottle with microfibre cloth
  • 2 x 20ml Window cleaning concentrate
  • 1 x Battery charger

Features
  • Ideal for clearing condensation and spills
  • 250mm suction head
  • Full rechargeable lithium-ion battery can clean up to 45 windows with just 1 charge
  • Easy-to-empty 100ml dirty water tank
  • Makes cleaning up to 3 times faster
  • Working width of vaccuum nozzle 25cm (approx.)
  • Great for bathroom use too on mirrors, tiles and shower screens
  • Protection Class IPX4
  • Cleaning performance per battery charge ca. 55 m² (approx.)

Guarantee/Warranty
2 Years

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Top comments
that glass cabinet looks dirty, if only there was a window vac nearby
horsey07/11/2019 15:33

Do you see any professional window cleaners using these?(although to be …Do you see any professional window cleaners using these?(although to be fair they pay a similar amount just for the little rubber strips for their squeegee's)


They're mostly for domestic internal use, like for condensation issues in the home etc rather than commercial use outside.

Ours is fantastic
Edited by: "Gollywood" 7th Nov
Use ours every time after a shower to remove the water from the glass and the walls to stop the build up of limescale
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that glass cabinet looks dirty, if only there was a window vac nearby
are these actually any good?
djbenny107/11/2019 15:28

are these actually any good?



Do you see any professional window cleaners using these?

(although to be fair they pay a similar amount just for the little rubber strips for their squeegee's)
horsey07/11/2019 15:33

Do you see any professional window cleaners using these?(although to be …Do you see any professional window cleaners using these?(although to be fair they pay a similar amount just for the little rubber strips for their squeegee's)



I assume the battery life isn’t enough for them to use one
horsey07/11/2019 15:33

Do you see any professional window cleaners using these?(although to be …Do you see any professional window cleaners using these?(although to be fair they pay a similar amount just for the little rubber strips for their squeegee's)


They're mostly for domestic internal use, like for condensation issues in the home etc rather than commercial use outside.

Ours is fantastic
Edited by: "Gollywood" 7th Nov
They are only good for removing condensation, leave streaks when usef for window cleaning
Use ours every time after a shower to remove the water from the glass and the walls to stop the build up of limescale
bobdylan07/11/2019 16:44

Use ours every time after a shower to remove the water from the glass and …Use ours every time after a shower to remove the water from the glass and the walls to stop the build up of limescale


Snap
This is a good price, do you think its only store specific?
Mine stopped working just after the warranty and with very little use. Karcher wasn't very helpful when I contacted them. Great product but not reliable in my experience. Good price tho so heat
Aldi is great for certain things.
BUT if I did a test and put a bowl of cereal and the box it came in.

Then did a taste test , it would be close.

And it's funny how the service drops of a cliff as soon as you pass the chip and pin.

Funny times.
djbenny107/11/2019 15:28

are these actually any good?


We use ours for condensation and bathroom, not for cleaning. It leaves a nice clean finish with no damp clothes etc. to worry about. I paid about £35 for ours a few years ago and it has been going strong ever since.
I have one of these and it’s a good piece of kit.
Had one of these since they came out about 5 years ago. They are excellent for condensation and producing completely streak free windows (and anything else which is flat or flatish, like the car). Still working perfectly with original rubbers (and everything else). Just charge up after every use so it's ready for the next use.
nsx205007/11/2019 15:44

I assume the battery life isn’t enough for them to use one


Solar powered ones
so these are rubbish for cleaning your windows with then ?
Great although the link to the Aldi webpage is saying £39.99 :/
m111207/11/2019 15:56

They are only good for removing condensation, leave streaks when usef for …They are only good for removing condensation, leave streaks when usef for window cleaning


Use it properly and you don't
Just use a rag much quicker and free
djbenny107/11/2019 15:28

are these actually any good?


I've had one for a few years now, I think they are brilliant. Great for cleaning windows, great for sucking up condensation off tiles, windows. Love it
Store specific, showing as £39.99 online
Edited by: "hotbean" 8th Nov
Bargain price for a great product. Had one now for about 5 years - use it frequently, still works perfectly, not replaced any parts. Just a wee bit quicker and less messy than traditional methods. Streaky windows afterwards is down to how it's used and the cleaning fluid.
Is this national
Was there just one for sale or more?
I have the LIDL own Brand version of this Its works really well .I bought it for the bathroom great for removing excess water and steam from the tiles,shower screen,mirrors. I use it to dry the floor also - I have a water jet power flosser that throws water everywhere!
Apparently the back to front 'black with yellow highlights' anniversary model has a few issues that mark it out as inferior to their other 'yellow with black highlights' models.
Battery issues according to some of the online reviews.

I bought the WV2 kit last year and makes cleaning windaz and mirraz a breeze. Two differently sized interchangeable blades to adapt to the area you're going to cover. Only foible is the slightly leaky reservoir when you use it at gravity defying angles.

Slightly reluctant to keep another one in the bathroom as I'm not sure how it would fare in the hostile steam environment. Anybody had one that's failed, what went wrong?
Edited by: "TopTrump" 8th Nov
tallpete3308/11/2019 07:39

Use it properly and you don't


I must say yes it's great at sucking the water up but mine also leaves streaks, please explain how to use it properly? I've tried different angles and different pressure?
doormanjoel08/11/2019 13:56

I must say yes it's great at sucking the water up but mine also leaves …I must say yes it's great at sucking the water up but mine also leaves streaks, please explain how to use it properly? I've tried different angles and different pressure?


I use a bucket of warm water with a splash of Fairy liquid which I clean the window with using a J cloth. I then slowly pull the vac down in straight lines and twist at the bottom to soak up the excess. I wait a bit for it to fully dry then check and buff out any marks with a dry duster. If it squeaks when you use the vac your window is too dry and if it slips and slides it's too wet. Keep the rubber strip clean also
Ahhhhhh I think using the splash of fairy liquid is the secret 😁 thank you
Thanks OP. Just snapped up the last one in my local Aldi.
Awesome bit of kit. It's one of those that you think you probably won't need but when you use it, you realise how good it really is. Makes cleaning windows a breeze.
ejmi08/11/2019 12:54

Was there just one for sale or more?


Sorry mate, I don't know.
Thanks op, had this on my list. Took 3 different Aldi storevisits but finally found one.
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