Karcher Window Vac WV2 £14 Tesco instore
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Karcher Window Vac WV2 £14 Tesco instore

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LocalFound 20th Feb 2017
Been keeping an eye on this for a while and its always been about £30+ but found it for £14 this morning.

Originally found in Old Kent road store in London but people are finding it all over the country
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which store?
Original Poster
This particular one was in the Old Kent road store in London and it was on a narrow shelf which could only hold 2 at a time. It didn't say "reduced" and for a time as they normally do so i'm assuming its a price slash.
Is it the WV5 model? Thanks
Original Poster
WV2 model. i bought one for myself too
Muyhee

This particular one was in the Old Kent road store in London and it was … This particular one was in the Old Kent road store in London and it was on a narrow shelf which could only hold 2 at a time. It didn't say "reduced" and for a time as they normally do so i'm assuming its a price slash.



Is that round the corner from Mayfair?
Original Poster
No, this is South East London...
Original Poster
Just check you local Tesco store, it should be the same if they have it in stock.
Got the premium one couple of weeks ago from Tesco for £12.25
Original Poster
What Tesco was that, pls?
Thanks for the heads up, will keep an eye out for this.
just went to old kent road on monopoly board no karcher lol
What is the actual worth of having that gadget?
Heat from me if.
MildmanneredCalvin

What is the actual worth of having that gadget?


We have one, and we use ours for:-
remove condensation from windows in a morning
removing water from shower doors after a shower
removing water from tiles around bath after a shower
removing water from bath, after a bath
cleaning house and car windows
picking up spills on any hard surface (floor, worktop etc)
great for cleaning windows and mirrors as it leaves them streak free
For us it is one f those gadgets you try for a few weeks, and then ends up in a cupboard where it slowly dies
Here Goosey Goosey
Release the geese......
furiousjammin

We have one, and we use ours for:-remove condensation from windows in a … We have one, and we use ours for:-remove condensation from windows in a morningremoving water from shower doors after a showerremoving water from tiles around bath after a showerremoving water from bath, after a bathcleaning house and car windowspicking up spills on any hard surface (floor, worktop etc)great for cleaning windows and mirrors as it leaves them streak free



So it does the same as a £1 squeegee and a cloth costing pennies then?
SuffolkLad222

So it does the same as a £1 squeegee and a cloth costing pennies then?



​it does but far less effort. same as a vacuum and broom.
Tesco Extra Beckton

Shelf ticket £35, took a chance, scans @ £17

Thanks OP, the heads up is appreciated.
Sambat

For us it is one f those gadgets you try for a few weeks, and then ends … For us it is one f those gadgets you try for a few weeks, and then ends up in a cupboard where it slowly dies



Have only used ours twice in 6 months. It does it's job well but I can still see it ending up in the same cupboard as our toasted sandwich maker, food processor, slow cooker and Sodastream fizzy drinks maker.
Robbo11

Have only used ours twice in 6 months. It does it's job well but I can … Have only used ours twice in 6 months. It does it's job well but I can still see it ending up in the same cupboard as our toasted sandwich maker, food processor, slow cooker and Sodastream fizzy drinks maker.



​It's like the bread maker of window cleaning products!
not a goose chase . bought a wv2 with window sprayer for £17 and indeed the wv1 was £14 . also bought a K2 plus home kit for £25
Edited by: "Munkee" 20th Feb 2017
Another post for the most pointless gadget ever.Dont Waste your money people it's an experienced dive toy that dosent help in any way.
I use mine at least fortnightly for cleaning my interior windows
Mine died after 8 months only used it about a dozen times.
I have a large conservatory adjoined to my tiled kitchen with 15-20 panes of glass. We use a Karcher which helps control condensation/steam on the tiles and windows. A squeegee would do the same if it weren't for the excess water, which you could use a towel/kitchen roll for. However for me it is more convenient using the Karcher, which sucks the water in. We also use it on our shower screen.

My only gripe, is the size of it. Quite chunky and you would feel it over a pro-longed use period. If this was slimmer (like a squeegee) it would be more appealing.

Would still buy it though as it has saved me a lot of time
If you live in a house where you get condensation on your windows in the morning these are a god send. We use ours daily in the winter and have done for a couple of years. If you don't live in a house with this issue then it's maybe not for you but if you do, it will be one of the best things you buy.
Re #24, et al

Blimey...such emotive, negative comments for something the cost of a couple of pints....barmy.
Edited by: "Footsore" 20th Feb 2017
RELEASE THE GEESE.
Damn, none in the Reading store :-(
i keep mine in the car and use it for inside window condensation/fog. Its brilliant. The charge holds very long too

Edited by: "Zinagling" 20th Feb 2017
Sugarlumps146

Mine died after 8 months only used it about a dozen times.



...but it comes with a two year warranty!!!
lae010

If you live in a house where you get condensation on your windows in the … If you live in a house where you get condensation on your windows in the morning these are a god send. We use ours daily in the winter and have done for a couple of years. If you don't live in a house with this issue then it's maybe not for you but if you do, it will be one of the best things you buy.



Exactly! In my old victorian house for 3 months of the year this removes all the condensation in about 5 minutes for all the windows, compared to about 10 minutes faffing about with cloth and bucket (which is what I used to do). This saves me a minimum 90 x 5= 450 minutes = 7.5 hours to enjoy as leisure time. It also saves the paintwork which means no painting required for last 4 years which has now saved me an additional two weeks of labour. So if you have an old house with old windows it is a no brainer.
Edited by: "devilish" 20th Feb 2017
PS Just bought it my Tesco - £14! Thanks OP!... I can now give my old one away to a friend who keeps borrowing mine!
Newry had 1 left after i bought 1, got the WV2 for £14. Great value.
What's the barcode number

turn up your heating or find out why have so much condensation... stop drying clothes in the house or stop breathing..

turn up your heating or find out why have so much condensation... stop … turn up your heating or find out why have so much condensation... stop drying clothes in the house or stop breathing..


If it was that simple then we prob would have done it....
Good if you have boys that occasionally mis-aim on the bathroom floor.
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