Karcher WV2 Window Vacuum Cleaner - B&Q Click and Collect - £35
358°Expired

Karcher WV2 Window Vacuum Cleaner - B&Q Click and Collect - £35

31
Found 2nd Oct 2015
Karcher WV2 Window Vac - was £54 now £35. Available Friday 2nd Oct – Monday 5th Oct

The Karcher WV2 Window Vac 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, and even spills from floors and worktops.

Battery type - Lithium-ion
Guarantee - 2 years
Community Updates

Groups

31 Comments
Not sure about anyone but the B&Q website is a bit rubbish. In the end I had to ring up their customer services
ha, looks like Amazon have price matched again
Indeed
www.amazon.co.uk/Karcher-WV2-Generation-Window-Cleaner/dp/B00Q8KPFJM
Been looking at this and the WV60. Much difference?
Same price on Amazon with Free delivery.
I hate this product. I had some PPI money burning holes and this was one of my purchases. Not sure if I am using it right or not, (not sure how I can't be!) but leaves streaks on windows and end up going around again buffing them out. Great reviews but I wouldn't recommend it.
Rudess

Same price on Amazon with Free delivery.


Amazon is now £43.79
batemansxxxb

Amazon is now £43.79


£35 for me
love mine, got it for a quid in the Tesco blunder, well got about 12. Only just sold my last one, and then mine breaks, gutted. Black thing to clip both parts together has snapped
batemansxxxb

Amazon is now £43.79


Click on "Stand Alone" option.
johnraggett

love mine, got it for a quid in the Tesco blunder, well got about 12. … love mine, got it for a quid in the Tesco blunder, well got about 12. Only just sold my last one, and then mine breaks, gutted. Black thing to clip both parts together has snapped


You should have kept a spare one. I doubt very much you would pay even £35 for one lol.
wozwebs

Been looking at this and the WV60. Much difference?


These are the differences:-

WV 50 includes the Vac + big Squeegee Nozzle + Charger.

WV 60 includes the Vac + big and small Squeegee Nozzles + Charger + Water/Spray Bottle and Microfiber Mop + sachet of detergent.

WV 70 same as WV 60 above + 1 each spare big and small Rubber Blades for the Squeegee Nozzles + 2 spare Microfiber Mops for the Water/Spray Bottle.

WV 75 same as WV 60 but White in colour and not Yellow.

WV 2 is the new second generation window vacuum cleaner which is Less Bulky (10% shorter) than the original; has 25% longer running time between charges and is easier to drain. It comes with the Vac + big Squeegee Nozzle + Charger.

WV 2 Premium is as WV 2 above + big and small Squeegee Nozzles + Water/Spray Bottle and Microfiber Mop + sachet of detergent.

My wife has a WV 75 (it was bought before the second generation ones went for sale) and the mother in law has the WV 2 Premium and they are both very pleased and would recommend either one of them without hesitation.

Hope this helps.

Edited by: "cx500ec" 2nd Oct 2015
So does it pick up the leaks on the floor some blokes tend to leave with their wonky todgers?
craigl

You should have kept a spare one. I doubt very much you would pay even … You should have kept a spare one. I doubt very much you would pay even £35 for one lol.



​I did for nearly 3 years then, decided to have a clear out. doh!!
Ordered from Amazon, cheers. Sorry B&Q, good price but so much easier buying from Amazon and free delivery for Sunday.
I'm 37 yrs old and have never found the need to vacuum my windows.

Funny how the various manufacturers have duped us into thinking we now need this type of junk.
belvaz

So does it pick up the leaks on the floor some blokes tend to leave with … So does it pick up the leaks on the floor some blokes tend to leave with their wonky todgers?




How many wonky todgers do you typically have to deal with?

Does this really work?
It does work really well. We have a very old cottage with sash windows and small panes and the window vacuum cleaner is brilliant. In the winter there is really bad condensation and this works fantastically to get rid of it - would definitely recommend.
swarnford

Does this really work?


The customer reviews on amazon looks like this one works quite well
jonesinamillion

How many wonky todgers do you typically have to deal with?


and straight to the windows with it ... Lurvly
Great for mopping up condensation.

Same price at John Lewis too.

johnlewis.com/kar…214
I have this- it's fantastic on my Windows, we have old windows that are always covered in condensation in the morning- used to take me 20 mins to clean the Windows each morning- with this it's done in 10 mins- wouldn't be without mine now- heat added
held one in store seem pretty heavy to me, also a bit of a gimmick think I will still to water and a cloth much faster and cheaper.
johnraggett

love mine, got it for a quid in the Tesco blunder, well got about 12. … love mine, got it for a quid in the Tesco blunder, well got about 12. Only just sold my last one, and then mine breaks, gutted. Black thing to clip both parts together has snapped


Some people would call that Karma.
Oneday77

Some people would call that Karma.




All went to family apart from the last one and then only sold for £15 to a friend so I'd disagree....Slighty!! (_;)
Hand clean windows - it's FREE!
mad_design_man

Hand clean windows - it's FREE!



You ​can't beat a good hand job.
I don't understand how mankind survived before this invention. Using a cloth must've been absolute torture.....
John Lewis or Amazon? If this breaks or the battery fails in 13 months who's the best for returns?
Use mine for the shower mainly, less cleaning the doors by using this everytime.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text