Karcher WV2 window vac (refurb) £26.98 Inc p+p - Karcher Outlet
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Karcher WV2 window vac (refurb) £26.98 Inc p+p - Karcher Outlet

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Found 12th Jan
WV2 Refurbished Window Vacuum - FREE 12 Month Warranty Included
REFURBISHED

Karcher have listened to their customer feedback & have re-styled thier ever popular window vac to make it more compact, lightweight & easier to use thanks to a range of improvements.

The Karcher WV2 window vac is 10% shorter & lighter than the original window vac, with an increased 25 minute battery run time, cleaning 75m² per charge. The WV2 sucks surfaces completly dry, streak free, making 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 & even spills from floors & worktops as the vac can now be used horizontally.

The WV2 is now 50% quieter than the previous range of window vacuums & also features a repositioned on/off switch for more convenient use. The WV2 ensures highly effective cleaning & excellent results - without streaks or residues, whilst making window cleaning very hygienic, as it eliminates direct contact with the dirty water.

Features & Benefits

Lightweight & compact - 10% shorter than the original window vac
Fast, efficient cleaning - effortless cleaning & drying of your windows
Streak-free results - no drips of dirty water thanks to powerful suction
Versatile application - can be used to clean windows, tiles, showers, mirrors, glass tables & spills on flat surfaces
Longer battery runtime - 25 minute runtime allows you to clean up to 75m² per charge
Hygienic cleaning - empty the tank quickly & easily without coming into contact with the dirty water
Low noise - 50% quieter than the previous window vacuum range

Whats in the box

Karcher WV2 Refurbished Window Vacuum

100ml Dirty Water Tank

Lithium Ion Battery & Charger

280mm Suction Head

I paid full price elsewhere for this last week an just found this! Not sure what the p+p is but will still make it significantly cheaper than the next new model. Enjoy
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You should add shipping to that price at £4.99 so total is £26.98.
You need to include postage in the price...
Not bad but you can get a brand new one, with spray bottle and additional small head for £39 in Currys at the moment which actually works out cheaper
Ordered thanks OP, only need it for the shower so better than having to pay full price for a new one
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badjoker21 m ago

Ordered thanks OP, only need it for the shower so better than having to …Ordered thanks OP, only need it for the shower so better than having to pay full price for a new one


I brought mine from Currys last week at 39.99. A spray bottle and microfiber cloth can be bought for a couple of quid so it's the cheapest way of getting the hardware. I would have definitely bought it if it was available when I was in the market for one.
I got one from them a few months back. It's definitely far quieter than the old model, but my impression is that it's not as powerful as the old model either.
neversay7 m ago

I got one from them a few months back. It's definitely far quieter than …I got one from them a few months back. It's definitely far quieter than the old model, but my impression is that it's not as powerful as the old model either.


That's generally the case with most things isn't it? Less powerful, built to last half the time of an old model, keep us suckers spending! Lol.
Are these actually useful or is it something id use once and then leave in the garage?
I like mine, especially when it's so cold that the windows are actually dripping. I've found that it's best used with a normal additional squeegee to "shepherd" the water to the vacuum as I otherwise end up with drips forming at the area just beyond the squeegee and running off down towards the sill. I'm not entirely sure why no one else seems to mention this problem, unless mine isn't working properly?
ReturnOfTheLindtOverload1 h, 13 m ago

I like mine, especially when it's so cold that the windows are actually …I like mine, especially when it's so cold that the windows are actually dripping. I've found that it's best used with a normal additional squeegee to "shepherd" the water to the vacuum as I otherwise end up with drips forming at the area just beyond the squeegee and running off down towards the sill. I'm not entirely sure why no one else seems to mention this problem, unless mine isn't working properly?


Sounds like it could be your technique - have you tried angling the blade of the vacuum down away from the edge where the drips form? Watch how a window cleaner uses a squeegee and follow that technique - should leave your glass drip and smear free.
Youngsyr6 m ago

Sounds like it could be your technique - have you tried angling the blade …Sounds like it could be your technique - have you tried angling the blade of the vacuum down away from the edge where the drips form? Watch how a window cleaner uses a squeegee and follow that technique - should leave your glass drip and smear free.


Until you mentioned a change of technique, it never occurred to me to look on YouTube! I've just had a quick look, and they seem to be doing it top down, whereas I have been doing it down-and-upwards. I may try that. Thank you!
Just received mine absolutely disgusting condition arrived wet, it was dented and to finish it off the blade won't stay in it keeps falling off. Absolutely terrible and the lazy buggers are closed today because it's saturday what is it 1990?
I bought one of these and it arrived just chucked in a box, no protection or anything, you don't get the smaller suction head either which I think you do when you buy this model from new. Looked far from decent condition. Used it and it leaked a lot from the bottom. Sent it back.

I bought it to replace my older model and I wish I hadn't of bothered. Only good thing is that they refunded the postage when they received the return. I wouldn't recommend buying from them, unless I just had a rubbish one.
ReturnOfTheLindtOverload12th Jan

Until you mentioned a change of technique, it never occurred to me to look …Until you mentioned a change of technique, it never occurred to me to look on YouTube! I've just had a quick look, and they seem to be doing it top down, whereas I have been doing it down-and-upwards. I may try that. Thank you!


My Dad always told me to start from the top and work down.
lord_trumpington3 m ago

My Dad always told me to start from the top and work down.


He sounds like a man worth knowing. Please send him my way when he has a spare moment.
ReturnOfTheLindtOverload1 m ago

He sounds like a man worth knowing. Please send him my way when he has a …He sounds like a man worth knowing. Please send him my way when he has a spare moment.


I would happily do so but he passed away in 97
lord_trumpington3 m ago

I would happily do so but he passed away in 97


I am sorry to hear that. He sounds like he was fun.
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