Robot for difficult window cleaning

Look no hands!  Ed Griffiths faces new window cleaning technology
Look no hands! Ed Griffiths faces new window cleaning technology

A south coast retailer has launched a new product that promises to make cleaning even the most difficult window easy.  Ed Griffiths, Operations Manager at the Purewell Electrical Superstore  says that people visiting the showroom are fascinated to see the £359 Winbot 950 crawling effortlessly and silently accords the external and internal glazing keeping the windows squeaky clean.

“We are delighted with the sales over last week since we have demonstrated the Winbot which is appealing to owners of commercial and residential properties who don’t want to wait for window cleaners to have clear smudge free glass,” said Ed Griffiths.

The plug-in robotic window cleaner, which vacuums itself to any smooth surface and uses rubber tank like tracks to propel itself,  can be used with a life line to ensure that all health and safety concerns are met when its working overhead people and property. It is one of a number of robotic domestic products including vacuum cleaners which are available on an exclusive try be for buy arrangement

National Award winning Purewell Electrical was founded by Arthur Griffiths in 1950 in Christchurch and is now a £5m turnover family business employing a team of 28 people.  As well as new to market products, Purewell offers a wide range of well-known brands from manufacturers within their key departments including TV, Audio, home appliances, photography, Kitchen, Bathroom and gadgets/computing.

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