Karcher Window Vac WV1 £10 @ wilkos  - Tottenham Hale
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Karcher Window Vac WV1 £10 @ wilkos - Tottenham Hale

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Found 3rd Sep 2017
Clearing them at £10 each - was 4 on the shelf


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Picard1231 h, 18 m ago

Cloth £0Save £10 and cost of batteries.


walking is free but i bet you still drive
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Not heard any reports on these...are they good?
Wowz again
Still £25 in Ellesmere port.
Fab price, thanks for sharing!
Cloth £0

Save £10 and cost of batteries.
Edited by: "Picard123" 3rd Sep 2017
Picard1237 m ago

Cloth £0Save £10 and cost of batteries.

But where's the fun in that?!
Picard12354 m ago

Cloth £0Save £10 and cost of batteries.

They are rechargeable
I use mine in the bathroom for the tiles and shower screen, works really well.
Picard1231 h, 4 m ago

Cloth £0Save £10 and cost of batteries.



Where's free cloth?
quadkon6 m ago

Where's free cloth?


Use old clothing you no longer wear. Wash it, hang it out to dry, cut it into handy sized pieces and away you go.
Picard1231 h, 18 m ago

Cloth £0Save £10 and cost of batteries.


walking is free but i bet you still drive
ding5 m ago

walking is free but i bet you still drive


I can't walk the 20 miles to work but I sure can wipe my shower screen with a cloth and not need an electric vacuum!
No proof or confirmation of this deal?
Picard1232 h, 32 m ago

Cloth £0Save £10 and cost of batteries.


Wow, you must be a blast...
Hot hot hot... Off to Amsterdam next week, might get one so i can get a better view..
OMGRTFM7 h, 45 m ago

Hot hot hot... Off to Amsterdam next week, might get one so i can get a …Hot hot hot... Off to Amsterdam next week, might get one so i can get a better view..


Oooooooooo, nasty nasty nasty ...

Looooool.
OMGRTFM9 h, 26 m ago

Hot hot hot... Off to Amsterdam next week, might get one so i can get a …Hot hot hot... Off to Amsterdam next week, might get one so i can get a better view..



It's waterproof with a fair amount of suck, so you probably wouldn't even need to go all the way to Amsterdam
These are absolutely brilliant designs and work extremely well. It's important to realise that one of the advantages over cloth or chamois leather, or whatever, is that with this you collect the moisture and then pour it down the sink. If you use cloths for this and hang them up to dry in the house, the water just evaporates into the house's atmosphere and is ready to condense again into droplets on your windows ...the next time it gets cold ....just recycling water vapour.
I use mine on the inside and outside of my car windows as well....BRILLIANT and an AMAZING price as you can see these at around £40 too.... take their arm off!!
frankmarshall2 h, 15 m ago

These are absolutely brilliant designs and work extremely well. It's …These are absolutely brilliant designs and work extremely well. It's important to realise that one of the advantages over cloth or chamois leather, or whatever, is that with this you collect the moisture and then pour it down the sink. If you use cloths for this and hang them up to dry in the house, the water just evaporates into the house's atmosphere and is ready to condense again into droplets on your windows ...the next time it gets cold ....just recycling water vapour.I use mine on the inside and outside of my car windows as well....BRILLIANT and an AMAZING price as you can see these at around £40 too.... take their arm off!!



I'm not standing up for picard but how about hanging outside on the cloths line? Yes these are bloody good.
dizzylol22 h, 43 m ago

Not heard any reports on these...are they good?



They are great.
frankmarshall4 h, 20 m ago

If you use cloths for this and hang them up to dry in the house, the water …If you use cloths for this and hang them up to dry in the house, the water just evaporates into the house's atmosphere and is ready to condense again into droplets on your windows ...the next time it gets cold ....just recycling water vapour.



But your house shouldn't be so damp that water in the air suddenly condenses onto the windows. Leave a window open for some air. Moisture the bathroom clears out in no time at all if you leave a window open. Don't most people have double glazing anyway? Also, if you live in a new build type house, it's often TOO dry because of the insulation. I used to live in a bed house build around in the early 2000s. It was so dry that I kept on get stuffy sinuses.
Used one of these when i had the room plastered and removed all the condensation while it was drying, it was great
Picard12322 h, 3 m ago

I can't walk the 20 miles to work but I sure can wipe my shower screen …I can't walk the 20 miles to work but I sure can wipe my shower screen with a cloth and not need an electric vacuum!


"I can't walk the 20 miles to work", where's your HUKD spirit? hahahahahahahahaha. ;-)


Picard1231 h, 56 m ago

But your house shouldn't be so damp that water in the air suddenly …But your house shouldn't be so damp that water in the air suddenly condenses onto the windows. Leave a window open for some air. Moisture the bathroom clears out in no time at all if you leave a window open. Don't most people have double glazing anyway? Also, if you live in a new build type house, it's often TOO dry because of the insulation. I used to live in a bed house build around in the early 2000s. It was so dry that I kept on get stuffy sinuses.



"But your house shouldn't be so damp that water in the air suddenly condenses onto the windows", depend's on which end's of Town you live I guess?.


Some people have Coastal places, Seaside places, Beach places, etc, etc, etc ... (not me mind?)


But either way, everyone's 'game' is different like?, hehehehe.


Each to their own still. :-)
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