Leave the house spotless with Kärcher’s new range of cordless vacuums. They come with lots of clever tech that works just as well on wood or carpet – and all without a wire in sight – making cleaning your home easy.
The VC 6 cordless vacuum from Kärcher is a great balance of flexibility and power rolled into one. It can tackle all sorts of cleaning jobs, and because there are no wires holding you back, you can easily reach under furniture and into those tricky corners. It uses batteries with long runtimes too – just what you need to clean your home from top to bottom.
Forget complicated controls – the VC 6 cordless vacuum is really easy to use for any occasion. It comes with a rechargeable wall mount, a power lock to make sure you don’t lose suction, and even tells you how long the battery has left. It’s also got 2 power settings, including a boost mode, that you can effortlessly switch between, taking care of anything from sweeping up little spills to tackling deep cleans. And for those hard-to-reach areas, just grab one of the detachable nozzles.
When it comes to cleaning your house for years to come, the VC 6 cordless vacuum will always be up to the job. It uses an efficient motor that's battery-powered and will be fully charged in just 4-and-a-half hours. And when it's ready to go, it'll run for up to 50 minutes – more than enough time to get your home back to its best.
It’ll only take a moment to empty the VC 6 cordless vacuum with its bagless design. There are no messy filter bags that’ll spill everywhere – that means no expensive replacements either – just one filter box that’s easy to remove. So, when the hard work of cleaning’s done, it won’t be long before you can put your feet up again.
Whether it’s dried mud on the carpet or flour on the kitchen floor, the VC 6 cordless vacuum will have any surface spotless again in no time. Its powerful suction is strong enough to tackle the worst of any messes, and you can easily switch to the upholstery or hard floor nozzles to finish the job. Even the smallest crumbs won’t stand a chance.