Karcher SC3 Steam Cleaner

Comparing prices from 10 retailersPrices checked: 7th December 2016 @ 22:00. RRP: £159.95
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Amazon£94.99 free p&pVisit shop
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RRP:
£159.95
Brand:
Karcher
1 review:
4.0 out of 5 stars
Price history

All-time low: £92.90 on 08/10/2016

Description

An innovative steam cleaner from Kärcher, the SC3 is refillable for non-stop steam, with the brands fastest heat-up time yet of 30 seconds. Automatic, integrated descaling means the hard work is done for you. There is also a new 'Comfort' floor nozzle with a flexible joint allowing you a much more comfortable, ergonomic clean.

The refilling tank is in a user friendly position, whilst the filter cartridge does not have to be removed for filling, and a water shortage indicator shows when the steamer is empty. The Karcher SC3 comes with a continuous flow heater which heats up only small amounts of water in 30 seconds, whilst a high performance pump ensures a steady water supply for constant steam output.

Water in the tank is constantly being pumped through a descaling cartridge before entering the heating system to avoid lime scale accumulation, saving you from having to manually descale. SC3 a powerful steam blast of 3.5 bar thanks to a closed system pressure reservoir in the steam hose, performing a deep clean without the need for chemicals whilst killing 99.99% of bacteria.

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