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Kärcher WV60 Window Vac - Window Cleaning Vacuum Kit
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- Lightweight and compact
- Fast and efficient cleaning and drying of windows
- Streak-free cleaning results
- No drips of dirty water thanks to powerful vacuum
- Cleans 45-60m² of window area per charge
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The Kärcher 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, condensation from windows and even spills from floors and worktops. The Kärcher Window Vac is a cordless, lightweight handheld product making it easy to use and achieve expert cleaning results. With a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery, the Kärcher Window Vac can clean up to 45 windows on a single charge, making it easy to clean all the windows around your house. It can be hard to achieve an expert finish with standard cleaning products, which is why it is estimated that 75% of UK households outsource their window cleaning. The Kärcher Window Vac is incredibly simple to use and achieves professional results without the hard work, saving time and avoiding the constant need to pay for a window cleaning service!
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The unit weighs about .7Kg so is easy to handle and the only control to worry about is the on and off switch. The ergonomics of the unit are good - it is easy to hold and the on/off switch is conveniently located. In practical terms a 2 hour charge is more than sufficient to do a 4 bedroom "new build" detached house and more and this includes large patio windows. The unit effectively vacuums off the window cleaning solution and this collects in the ample reservoir which is easy to empty.
I note some people have said that the unit suddenly stops when the battery is exhausted, well, there is a charge indicator but it isn't incremental like a car's fuel gauge, so yes, the unit could suddenly run out of charge. However, unless you are cleaning windows all the time, then it makes sense to charge the unit before you use it even if you think it is part charged. If the battery was more capacious it would make the unit heavier, more expensive and probably take longer to charge.
I've experimented with a number of different cleaning solutions and, in my opinion, the Karcher Concentrate is the best - it may not be the cheapest per ml but you need only use it very sparingly.
Overall, this is a very effective product which works well. Recommended.
So you're thinking about buying a Window Vac ?, the trendy must have that practically everyone rants and raves about, you've probably read many reviews, all of which say how wonderful the device is, do you want an in-depth and honest review from someone who says exactly as it is, if so read on, if not look elsewhere.
Way back in March 2013 I got the bug and felt the urge to buy a window vac, a year on what do I really think (to be honest my opinion is exactly as it was in March 2013, in simple terms it's ok, but not the wonder device people harp on about)
Price wise the Window vac is usually just below £60 on Amazon, which is generally cheaper than in the shops.
Despite what Karcher may say essentially the window vac could easily be described as dustbuster with a squeegee attached, sucking up dirty water. It's a pretty good, well designed device, that is very easy to use, and because it is very lightweight practically anybody can use it. The WV60 bundle comprises the vac, a normal sized squeegee head, a one shot amount of concentrate, a spray bottle with large head (with terry bibs), a very good smaller squeegee blade, which is great for smaller windows etc and the instructions.
To clean windows etc; squirt & wipe with the spray bottle & oversized head & then vacuum, either from top to bottom or from side to side, and then once all done empty out all the dirty water thru the small pouring hole, it's that simple,
Battery life is 20 minutes (as stated in the manual) and it takes around 2-3 hours to charge it, once charged and in use it does sound exactly like a dust buster.Read more ›
One area where it does excel is drying bathroom tiles after a shower. It is extremely quick and does not leave much water in between the tiles to run down after drying a section. Far better than with the blade itself.
Changing the heads between the wide and narrow blades is very fast.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's a bit of a novelty. Great until you get to the bottom of the window, then it becomes fiddly utu it does suck up moisture well.Published 1 day ago by Andy Pelos
Yes it works
But I think my best summary is "over rated"
It's often easier to just grab a bottle of window cleaner and a handful of kitchen roll to... Read more
I thought this would be the greatest product ever and would save me time. Very disappointed as it left rubber marksPublished 1 month ago by janis