Karcher WV75 Plus Window Vacuum @ Currys / PC World £49.99. Order online and collect in store.
275°Expired

Karcher WV75 Plus Window Vacuum @ Currys / PC World £49.99. Order online and collect in store.

25
Found 25th Aug 2013
This seems like a good deal, especially as it includes the spray bottle which costs £15 on it's own.

Achieve sparkling windows effortlessly with the Kärcher WV75 window vacuum. This tool cleans and dries without dripping dirty water or leaving streaks thanks to its powerful vacuum. And there’s no need to stop at your windows - the WV75 is ideal for all smooth surfaces, including tiles, showers, mirrors, glass, tables and to clear general spillages.
This lightweight and compact cleaner runs on a battery for ultimate ease of use, cleaning up to 60m² / 45 windows per charge.
Accessories
Large suction nozzle (280mm wide)
Small suction nozzle(170mm wide)
Spray bottle with microfibre head
Window cleaning concentrate
Battery charger
Battery life Information Up to 60m² / 45 windows per charge Charging time 2 hours
Dimensions H35.5 x W13 x D9cm

25 Comments

Good reviews and a decent price. Heated.

More to the point, since when was it white?????

NOT A DEAL, been this price since it was launched.

Original Poster

norbs121

NOT A DEAL, been this price since it was launched.



Was £79.99

hot for me... just dropped £54.95 on the WV60 - I think that's the yellow equivalent

Wifey just got the £40 WV50 at Argos...she will be gutted.

Denziloshamen

More to the point, since when was it white?????



Certainly is white (and grey)! Got one today - better deal than the WV50 from Argos @ £39.99. Clean windows all round in no time!

Original Poster

Used this today and it was excellent. I am not sure that I enjoy window cleaning though. I had to wash the windows sills and plastic first, then spayed the solution and finally used the vacuum.. I did not like getting rid of the spiders and their webs.

Banned

Anyone know any codes to get a discount price,cheers

Just seen the expired WV60 post from earlier and been looking at the WV50 refurb for £28 on Karcher Outlet.

Whats the difference between WV50 and WV75? Is it just the colour and you get the accessories with it?

Also, do you need to use karcher's cleaning liquid or can you just wash the windows as normal then vac them with the Karcher?


Edited by: "SpoonyBoy" 31st Aug 2013

SpoonyBoy

Just seen the expired WV60 post from earlier and been looking at the WV50 … Just seen the expired WV60 post from earlier and been looking at the WV50 refurb for £28 on Karcher Outlet.Whats the difference between WV50 and WV75? Is it just the colour and you get the accessories with it?Also, do you need to use karcher's cleaning liquid or can you just wash the windows as normal then vac them with the Karcher?


I just use the basic one but I don't have any very small windows.
Bucket of water with a bit of washing up liquid to cut the grease and a cloth...rub over the windows and use the vac...superfast. No need for any spray bottles or branded goods.
Indoors I don't wet my cloth as much.

Edited by: "twinkle" 31st Aug 2013

twinkle

I just use the basic one but I don't have any very small windows.Bucket … I just use the basic one but I don't have any very small windows.Bucket of water with a bit of washing up liquid to cut the grease and a cloth...rub over the windows and use the vac...superfast. No need for any spray bottles or branded goods.Indoors I don't wet my cloth as much.



Cheers for the info. Would prefer to go for the £28 refurb to try it out first than pay the extra for the accessories.
Edited by: "SpoonyBoy" 31st Aug 2013

I paid the same price for the WV50 beginning of year and it's a brilliant machine,
Charge lasts ages, So if this is better than the WV50 then it's hot for me !

SpoonyBoy

Also, do you need to use karcher's cleaning liquid or can you just wash … Also, do you need to use karcher's cleaning liquid or can you just wash the windows as normal then vac them with the Karcher?



I don't use the karcher cleaning liquid, I just put a small amount of white vinegar in the bottle, a tiny squirt of washing up liquid and top it up with water
Edited by: "Jenniejenjen" 31st Aug 2013

I've finally caved and reserved one from the team valley store. Has anyone used these on car windows? Or glass with a curve?

Excellent item and we use HG window cleaner fluid lasts for ages and only cost £3.48 from B&Q.
diy.com/nav…588

Anyone find any branches with stock?

tommo440

Excellent item and we use HG window cleaner fluid lasts for ages and only … Excellent item and we use HG window cleaner fluid lasts for ages and only cost £3.48 from B&Q.http://www.diy.com/nav/rooms/indoor-cleaning-laundry/bins-cleaning-supplies/window_cleaning/HG-Window-Cleaner-0-5L-11697588



Cheers for this nugget of advice. Im going to try this

Cold. No stock anywhere.

Milton Keynes has got it in stock...

Cant understand the logic in this.Tried one and found it utterly pointless and a waste of time.Would rather use and applicator and squeegee

Ordered on from Warrington, pain they won't transfer to my local branch.

bought one today, excellent product. I hate cleaning windows but this is so easy its unreal.

ordered one from John Lewis who did a price match as i couldnt find any stock in any of my local stores or even anywhere nearby

Ah I think the price has gone now :(. Up to £69.99.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text