Kärcher WV50 Window Vac £23 Tesco instore
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Kärcher WV50 Window Vac £23 Tesco instore

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Found 13th Mar 2015
Kärcher WV50 Window Vac - Window Cleaning Vacuum £23 there was a stack of them instore just up from the entrance on the right at Tescos Yeading

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Thanks for your deal. I've added the image for you

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I really want to buy one but shame not on offer in my Tesco

Brilliant bit of kit!! heat from me!!

Not in my store.

These are brilliant...I paid 46 on amazon. I hate when tesco do things store see if it its so unfair.

not in Surrey Quays Extra.

Checked one in store. Could not tell you more coz I am on my way to get it Will come back for more info.

must resist going...... no geese for me

Why would I need this? Can someone please explain? Thanks

I see it posted all the time but what are the everyday uses?

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nomstar

I see it posted all the time but what are the everyday uses?


If you you have daily condensation of your windows, this is great for that. Also good for drying of the tiles in bathroom after you've showered, and good for cleanings to

Yes the same price/offer in Baguley Tesco although no stock on the shelves, Ha Glad there's no stock I'm a window cleaner .

I picked up one in port Glasgow this morning. was the last one.

someone else posted on the last deal that they got one for £23 in Tesco Cambridge, so it looks like a national deal. stock will be limited though, as a lot picked them up last week at £36. glad I waited.

none in Streatham, London

hotmama65

CommentIf you you have daily condensation of your windows, this is great … CommentIf you you have daily condensation of your windows, this is great for that. Also good for drying of the tiles in bathroom after you've showered, and good for cleanings to


Also good for spillages on hard flooring!

hotmama65

CommentIf you you have daily condensation of your windows, this is great … CommentIf you you have daily condensation of your windows, this is great for that. Also good for drying of the tiles in bathroom after you've showered, and good for cleanings to



I would never dry the tiles after having a shower, do people really do that? Why would you do that? Why? People take photos of bricks and fire hydrants so may it's that sort of person that does it.

Or get a chamois for a quid......

What's a chamois?

Would this be suitable for sucking up the spillages on the bar down the pub, then taking it home and emptying in to a pint glass before drinking?

Broadsands

Would this be suitable for sucking up the spillages on the bar down the … Would this be suitable for sucking up the spillages on the bar down the pub, then taking it home and emptying in to a pint glass before drinking?


For you mate, almost definitely.

Thanks! Picked one up in Twickenham Tesco. There was one left there. Scanned as £23. Bravo!
The time was 19:25.
Edited by: "Clisig" 13th Mar 2015

Good price. But IMHO these are rubbish.

fishmaster

I would never dry the tiles after having a shower, do people really do … I would never dry the tiles after having a shower, do people really do that? Why would you do that? Why? People take photos of bricks and fire hydrants so may it's that sort of person that does it.



Drying the tiles helps reduce appearance of black mould and increases the life of your sealant

I have one of these, it's very good for clearing up any condensation on your windows in the morning.

I have one and it's tucked under the sink never to be seen again window cleaner is better than that heap of junk

Bought 3 for me and old man - cheers. had 2 left at Gloucester quedgeley

kandinsky

Or get a chamois for a quid......


Well done OP, you made it to 17 posts before this inevitable, smart a$$ comment was made by someone.

doovd

What's a chamois?



A goat-antelope

I see this posted all the time yet never available..... cold

nomstar

Why would I need this? Can someone please explain? Thanks



It's basically a novelty. It sucks condensation / light water that's collected on window glass, shower screen etc.

A rag or cloth does the same job perfectly well and doesn't waste electricity, or if you're finishing windows (from window cleaning), a window cleaning blade does exactly the same job (and is a lot cheaper).

Why people need an electricity wasting vacuum to remove condensation from their bathroom mirror or their car windows, I'll never know......

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Edited by: "Picard123" 13th Mar 2015

this is the old model they are clearing out. having said that I love mine to remove the condensation from our bedroom window of a morning. very satisfying and far better than the towel I used to use

so wouldyou clean windows on the outside of the house with this. or just internal

Just got one in Bristol Bradley Stoke - there were a few on the shelf Thanks!

Love mine. great for clearing condensation. use it often

This is posted often and it gets hot. I never understand why tbh.

I can see that the deal is good but even at this price it doesn't represent value surely?
Edited by: "maximoshark" 13th Mar 2015

We got ours in November from Amazon, we use it every morning to suck up condensation on our windows and it works MUCH better than the old towel we used to use. I also use it for cleaning the insides of our windows and drying tiles in the bathroom at the weekend (not in the week because I'm too tired, rushed and angry on account of stupid work) It's an absolute gem of a gadget in my opinion

matth5182

this is the old model they are clearing out. having said that I love mine … this is the old model they are clearing out. having said that I love mine to remove the condensation from our bedroom window of a morning. very satisfying and far better than the towel I used to use



Just open the window for 10 minutes........job done.

Great product and great price. this model is being phased out but well worth the money.

saffstar

We got ours in November from Amazon, we use it every morning to suck up … We got ours in November from Amazon, we use it every morning to suck up condensation on our windows and it works MUCH better than the old towel we used to use. I also use it for cleaning the insides of our windows and drying tiles in the bathroom at the weekend (not in the week because I'm too tired, rushed and angry on account of stupid work) It's an absolute gem of a gadget in my opinion



If the condensation is really that bad then there is an underlying problem which this will not solve in the long term. OK for just cleaning windows but lots of people on here seem to think this is so much more than a window cleaner.....eeeek oO
Edited by: "NEtech" 13th Mar 2015
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