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Vax Centrix 2 Pet Bagless Upright.
•1800 watts.
•130 air watts.
•Ideal for pet hair.
•Length of hose 1.5m.
•Capacity of dustbin 3 litres.
•Total capacity 3 litres.
•HEPA and antibacterial filtration.
•Washable filter.
•Manual cord rewind.
•Foot operated on/off control.
•Includes crevice tool, 2 in 1 dusting brush and upholstery tool.
•On-board tool storage.
•Plastic extension tubes.
•Suitable for carpets.
•6m power cord.
•Product may require assembly.
•Weight 6.3kg.

Got it for £29.99 with my £10 promotional gift voucher froma £100 spend last month.
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#1
Is its any good anyone know? I have a dyson at the moment and wary about buying anything else.
#2
seems very good reviews on website
#3
mackie7722
Is its any good anyone know? I have a dyson at the moment and wary about buying anything else.

In the same position, but I think our Dyson is on it's last (bagless) legs. Seems like a good deal though.
#4
I've not got this model, but I bought a Vax earlier in the year from Argos and can honestly say I was amazed how powerful it was - it compared very well with Dysons I've previously owned. (I've still got a Dyson at home, the Vax is for the caravan).

The design is not quite as well thought-out as a Dyson (things like how you wind the lead), but the cleaning power is fantastic.

I paid a similar price, so I guess this would be just as good and I'd say go for it.
#5
My dyson is falling apart 2. I suppose for this price I dont really have much to loose. Happy xmas to me!
#6
Word of warning, check how much the filters cost.

I bought a VAX when they were on offer in Argos. Paid £35 for it. First two weeks it was amazing on full power.
Then the filter started to clog. Clean it out best you can and you'll get another 10 minutes use out of it each time.
Replacements? £17 each... (it came with two)
#7
I have the older version of this and its great.In fact I might get one of these anyway. Wifes present sorted!
#8
OFI
Word of warning, check how much the filters cost.I bought a VAX when they were on offer in Argos. Paid £35 for it. First two weeks it was amazing on full power.Then the filter started to clog. Clean it out best you can and you'll get another 10 minutes use out of it each time.Replacements? £17 each... (it came with two)

Additional Information :This has a Washable filter.
I paid £40 to get mine fixed two weeks ago, so I am gutted.

* Please note item 4065199 has previously been on sale at £49.99.
Current selling price valid until 30/11/2010 (so be quick if you want one)
suspended#9
£5 off voucher if you spend £50 remember
#10
reserved the folks needed a new hoover so this will be a good joint present and then a sneaky somethig on the side for them! Cheers OP
#11
Ty have been after a new hoover;)

I have a really bad back atm so can't use the Henry we currently own ;)
#12
Does anyone know if this has variable suction or different suction settings?

As it's small and lightweight it could be just what my mums looking for (she's 70) but she would like one with variable suction as it can be hard to push a really powerful suction hoover on long pile carpets.

I'm going to order one for myself to replace my old and huge Dyson which is falling to bits! and which I only use for the hose and tools! perfect, so thanks Op.
#13
luckymummy
Does anyone know if this has variable suction or different suction settings?

As it's small and lightweight it could be just what my mums looking for (she's 70) but she would like one with variable suction as it can be hard to push a really powerful suction hoover on long pile carpets.

I'm going to order one for myself to replace my old and huge Dyson which is falling to bits! and which I only use for the hose and tools! perfect, so thanks Op.


bought one this evening no variable suction or any suction settings but its great for the price

Edited By: Pompeytoon on Nov 25, 2010 21:43
#14
Thank you for the feedback. I've just ordered one for myself as it's too good to miss at this price. My Mum can try it out and hope that there's some stock left if she decides she wants one! Thanks again.
#15
I bought one today as my dyson is falling about. I agree the Dyson is better thought out and a more sturdy robust design but I didn't want to pay through the nose for a hoover. I've only used the hoover once so far on my long pile rug. It hoovered up a shed load of crap (shows how bad my Dyson was getting). I found it harder to push that the Dyson though. Also the lead is a lot shorter than a Dyson (if that's what you're used to). For £40 though I'm not complaining. Reviews say hard to put together but it's not.
#16
I bought one today as my dyson is falling about. I agree the Dyson is better thought out and a more sturdy robust design but I didn't want to pay through the nose for a hoover. I've only used the hoover once so far on my long pile rug. It hoovered up a shed load of crap (shows how bad my Dyson was getting). I found it harder to push that the Dyson though. Also the lead is a lot shorter than a Dyson (if that's what you're used to). For £40 though I'm not complaining. Reviews say hard to put together but it's not.
#17
what is this one compare to Vax 6131 Multifunction Canister Dry Vacuum and Carpet Washer for Spotless Carpets?
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0000O0N5S
which i can get brand new for 70 pound...which one should I go???thanks!
#18
Depends if you want a vacuum cleaner or a carpet washer.
#19
jojotall
I bought one today as my dyson is falling about. I agree the Dyson is better thought out and a more sturdy robust design but I didn't want to pay through the nose for a hoover. I've only used the hoover once so far on my long pile rug. It hoovered up a shed load of crap (shows how bad my Dyson was getting). I found it harder to push that the Dyson though. Also the lead is a lot shorter than a Dyson (if that's what you're used to). For £40 though I'm not complaining. Reviews say hard to put together but it's not.


That's pretty much spot on. Bought one last night and used it instead of the half-dead dyson. Yes, totally agree that the lead is shorter than the dyson, plus it does seem harder to push around. However, in terms of lugging it around and up and down the stairs, it's about a third lighter than the dyson, so overall - for £40, a great bargain.

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