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Karcher Window Vac ASDA Instore £25.00
Karcher Window Vac ASDA Instore £25.00

Karcher Window Vac ASDA Instore £25.00

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Good reviews on Amazon where it's around £46. Found in Asda Shore Road, Belfast but don't know if it's nationwide,

The first of its kind, this brand new product sucks surfaces completely dry, streak free and makes it easier than ever to achieve crystal clear windows in an instant. It's also perfect for removing liquid from mirrors, shower screens, tiles, condensation from windows and even spills from floors and worktops.

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Heat added!!! Ideal for cleaning the shower tiles and screen!!!

Hot if you can get one!

Some Tesco have these for what seem pennies at present, you'd be lucky to find any though.

Lets not go over the top. It's been found in one store. The Internet states £48, I'm not voting until the shops open 1st thing.

These things are actually not that bad; you really do get spotless looking windows.

I'll have a look in my local as my back windows are always covered in condensation at this time of year and i'm going through loadsa kitchen roll.

Proof?

Im sure there will be a few of these on ebay shortly!

Great price for a good bit of kit and if you're lucky enough to find one in your local Asda, will be having a wee look in the morning.

dalecheesy

I'll have a look in my local as my back windows are always covered in … I'll have a look in my local as my back windows are always covered in condensation at this time of year and i'm going through loadsa kitchen roll.



We got one for the condensation on the windows and its terrific, you wouldn't believe how much water it sucks up. Well worth the money if you can find it around the £40 pound mark.

simplyjimbo

Some Tesco have these for what seem pennies at present, you'd be lucky to … Some Tesco have these for what seem pennies at present, you'd be lucky to find any though.



Back in stock at my tesco.....scanning at £59

Tron83

Lets not go over the top. It's been found in one store. The Internet … Lets not go over the top. It's been found in one store. The Internet states £48, I'm not voting until the shops open 1st thing.


and then he wont he is known as the Troll LOL

Any good for leaded windows?

Got one of these. paid £49.99 about 6 months ago, worth every penny, worth it even more if you can get it for £25, showing £48?????

I bought four less than a week ago for under £8 at tesco......

but as stated above u be lucky t get them at that price now

I wouldn't pay more than £1.90 for this.

Not as good as the two I grabbed from Tesco for £3.80 ... lol but still a great deal, heat added

these are excellent for condensation I got one specifically for this, do them morning and night, saves having to have the windows open too long and wasting heat
paid alot more than this

Helen x

Original Poster

stephenohara

Proof?



Yes

Great deal

Darn it, I picked two up for £3.80. This would defo have been the deal for me though if I had missed the last one ;0)

Great deal. I got one of these a month ago. Best household gadget I ever got. I use it for condensation on windows and its great for drying out the shower quickly.

Got one, great product. Great find if the price is true

Agree, I got one 3 weeks ago for condensation, excellent! I did a window clean also with it, pretty good, you just have to do the edges with paper towel to finish off.

Can anyone confirm if this is nationwide?

Saying £48 now , a family member has one of these and i used it the other day , item is good but has a design fault , the body is to long , it gets in the way when u come down nearer to the window ledges , i`m sure Karcher have a slight design tweak in mind

domingo1878

Saying £48 now , a family member has one of these and i used it the … Saying £48 now , a family member has one of these and i used it the other day , item is good but has a design fault , the body is to long , it gets in the way when u come down nearer to the window ledges , i`m sure Karcher have a slight design tweak in mind



We find we have to finish our windows with a horizontal stroke across the bottom, due to thick window sills inside. Still a fantastic product, though.

Our conservatory windows are leaded, but we still find this works on them very well.
Edited by: "terriclarkfan" 16th Dec 2012

wouldn't you just turn it around and work from the bottom up?

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TwistedNerve

wouldn't you just turn it around and work from the bottom up?



That works, but then it gets awkward towards the top of a high window. :-)

I just keep my curtains closed then I don't have to worry about the windows being dirty

terriclarkfan

We find we have to finish our windows with a "horizontal stroke across … We find we have to finish our windows with a "horizontal stroke across the bottom" , due to thick window sills inside. Still a fantastic product, though.Our conservatory windows are leaded, but we still find this works on them very well.



Yes u have to go sideways nearer the bottom which can increase the risk of streaking issues , would be better if u could just go all the way down to the bottom in one go , i think Karcher will tweak the design
Edited by: "domingo1878" 16th Dec 2012

Fantastic Deal - thank you.

How did the world rotate before these were invented?

Wait - no 98p deals on this?

Got one a couple of months back - just to job for steamy windows. Haven't tried it for cleaning the outside yet.

for abit more you could buy a full blown steamer with the attachment. I did and it works perfek.

£1.20 in Tesco's last week :-) for those lucky enough to get one like me

I wonder if last weeks Tesco glitch, leading to potentially thousands of these now flooding the market, has anything to do with Asda's price reduction?

Who cares!

Besford

How did the world rotate before these were invented?



without suction

wouldn't you just turn it around and work from the bottom up?
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