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The SV 7 is a popular choice of vacuum according to sales data from Amazon.
Kärcher high maximum input power vacuum cleaners have good ratings on average and across all vacuums Kärcher is one of the superior manufacturers.
Most vacuums of this spec and age do not have a brush tool. The Kärcher SV 7 is no exception to this as it too does not have a brush tool.
Like most of the other high maximum input power vacuum cleaners that have been available for a similar time to the SV 7, the Kärcher SV 7 is not cordless.
The Kärcher SV 7 has a pretty standard weight (9.1 kilograms) compared to most of the other vacuums that are a comparable age to the SV 7.
Alternative vacuum cleaners with a heavier weight that you might want to look at include the Metabo ASR 35 M (16kg), the Flex VCE 35 (12.5kg), or the Kärcher CV 48-2 (10kg) which is also cheaper.
The Kärcher SV 7 has a relatively average vacuum suction (21 kilopascals) compared to most of the other high maximum input power vacuum cleaners that are a similar age to the SV 7.
If you would prefer a vacuum cleaner with a higher vacuum suction then you might also want to consider the Nilfisk Attix 30-21 XC (25kPa and cheaper).
It was over a year ago when this high maximum input power vacuum cleaner was released.
The cleaning type of the this vacuum is Dry&Wet, which is typical of many vacuum cleaners of a similar age and type to it.