Kärcher WD2.200 DIY Multi-Purpose, Wet And Dry Vacuum Cleaner
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- Carry handle - Ergonomically formed carry handle ensures easy transportation
- Storage - Space-saving onboard accessory and cable storage
- Long handle for a improved working posture
- Special cartridge filter
- Practical accessory storage
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Kärcher WD2.200 DIY Multi-purpose vacuum
The WD 2.200 DIY Multi-purpose vacuum is a wet and dry vacuum cleaner that offers numerous features in a 12 litre capacity plastic housing. A powerful 1200 W motor allows for pick up of various substances including rubble, sawdust, spills, sludge and its liquid pick up can even be used to unblock sinks. Comes with the ability to store accessories on-board to aid storage space issues and being lightweight can be transported where needed.
Floor tool with wet & dry clips
Floor tool made easy for cleaning dry debris or liquid vacuuming. Simple to change over the two different clips for wet & dry vacuuming.
This tool is designed for cleaning areas that are difficult to reach such as between cushions and behind furniture.
The Kärcher wet & dry cartridge filter is designed to make vacuuming possible without changing the filter.
Features & Benefits
Compact and Lightweight
The unit is made to be compact in size for your small storage area, for such a small product it is designed with a 12 litre plastic container.
Easy to Maintain
This product is designed to be easy for the user to take apart and clean the container.
Easy container opening
Pull and push locking system to lock and unlock the tank to easily empty the contents.
Designed with castor wheels to easily move the product when in use.
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Top Customer Reviews
Beware the video it is misleading and it is not this model It implies there is a blower function and there is not! I was very annoyed as I wanted this function. I am surprised Amazon has not been taken to task by Trades Descriptions.
Everything including the lid fits and clicks together easily . A handy vacuum to have and I have found it very useful but can't say it rates five stars.
Just as frustrating however is the machine continually capsizing on even slightly uneven surfaces due to the vacuum hose being attached near the top of what is a top-heavy machine (especially when empty) so that the slightest drag from the small wheels catching between floor tiles etc. results in it falling over.
Using it in my DIY workshop results in similar frustration with capsizing and frequent blockage with even small wood shavings. In other words the Karcher may be acceptable inside the house but forget it as a DIY machine !!
The video is shows the Karcher "WD3 200P" which does indeed have a blow funcion and power outlet.
This product is the WD2 200!
That's a bit naughty of someone (Karcher? Amazon?) because it is definitely misleading and I can understand Chorbito's anger.
Personally, I found the WD2 200 to be cheap, powerful and really useful (and BAGLESS) wet/dry vacuum cleaner.
I don't understand comments like "I can't line up the lid..." because it's really not difficult.
I agree with comments of other reviewers; the WD2-200 DOES have some negative points.
In my opinion, these are just minor irritations but they do stop it being a 5* product.
1. It does have a tendency to topple over because it's top heavy and even trips over it's own cable.
It's really annoying but it IS a wet vacuum; the motor HAS to be at the top.
Widening the foot print would make it less able to fall over.
2. Cleaning the filter is a real pain in the ****.
It can clog up really quickly when cleaning up really fine material like plaster and concrete dust.
But it would ruin your domestic vacuum too, and using a brush and dustpan could take ages!
For bigger stuff like light rubble and leaves, it's fine.
3. There is no cable tidy.
Just adding a couple of hooks (into moulding for the plastic canister) to store the cable would surely be a no-cost, useful improvement.
I don't believe it's possible to get a bagless wet/dry vacuum cleaner that is this good for this money.
It's a really good, value for money, piece of kit.
I like it and would, with the above provisos, fully recommend it.
My trick works a treat - just add a small weight in the base and it stays on its feet.
A small piece of concrete, half brick will do.
I added a lead weight from an East Radcliffe Ventilator (circa 195-80) [Medical]
It works very well when stabilized and is great for cleaning DIY debris after a job.
It could do with a brush attachment, I tried the Hoover brand which is standard 32mm
Karcher isn't standard - it doesn't fit. (Nor does Dyson or Vax)
So its still working after being repaired by Karcher, but I seldom use it as its too noisy, pipe keeps clogging, keeps toppling over. I regret buying this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
you cant hoover carpets with this only laminate floors etc stick with a henry xxPublished on 1 May 2015 by allan kearns
This was a good Hoover, lasted all of 2 days. Suction is powerful. I read the negative reviews and positive ones then decided to try it. It's now sent back.Published on 19 April 2015 by Mrs L Bliss
Works well, handy for cleaning the car and other jobs that my normal vaccuum would have its bag filled up fast. And the wet and dry function will be a bonus.Published on 13 Feb. 2015 by Bangmiester
Great hoover, only problem is that you have to watch it as it is tall it can fall over. Good suction great for everyday use.. Hardy.Published on 31 Dec. 2014 by Samantha Long