New Vax Blade Cordless Vacuum.32V. £149.99 @ Amazon
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New Vax Blade Cordless Vacuum.32V. £149.99 @ Amazon

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Found 31st Mar 2017
This is a new model and it is Taking Dyson on.This is a very powerful cordless Vacuum and i cant see a more powerful cordless anywhere.It has now come down to this low price from £299.Reviews are excellent.I personally am purchasing one.Which tested it and the results were out yesterday but i am not a member.2 year guarantee. Don't confuse this with the Vax cordless stick.Comments would be appreciated.
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£299 at Argos.
The Dyson V6 is just 21.6V where as this one is 32V, at least on paper the Vax is more powerful than the Dyson which is £50 more expensive. But it's also 1Kg more than the Dyson and doesn't have the "trigger" type handle of the Dyson I suspect ergonomy wise the Dyson is better.
BTW looking at Vax UK demo videos, looks like its wall mount doesn't have an integrated charge port like the Dyson. You have to remove it from the wall mount to charge so that means that it won't be automatically charged every time you store it on the wall mount, you have to always remember to charge it.


Edited by: "dush_yant" 31st Mar 2017
All the Amazon reviews are from people who were given one for free to try out. No reviews are from customers who actually bought one. Argos have the TBT3V1F1 model for the same price - not sure what the difference is. Seems the same. Cannot seem to find any truly independent reviews. I would need to read a few of these before buying.
TiptreeJam

All the Amazon reviews are from people who were given one for free to try … All the Amazon reviews are from people who were given one for free to try out. No reviews are from customers who actually bought one. Argos have the TBT3V1F1 model for the same price - not sure what the difference is. Seems the same. Cannot seem to find any truly independent reviews. I would need to read a few of these before buying.


I have the 24V Ultra. (I paid for it unlike those Amazon reviews and posted a review on the Vax site)

It's very powerful, does a great job on different floor types but boost mode & the brushbar results in battery life tanking.

The 32V one has a bit more battery life but everything else is the same. I'd say £150 is a very fair price for the 32V.
Edited by: "Stop_It" 31st Mar 2017
Stop_It

I have the 24V Ultra. (I paid for it unlike those Amazon reviews and … I have the 24V Ultra. (I paid for it unlike those Amazon reviews and posted a review on the Vax site)It's very powerful, does a great job on different floor types but boost mode & the brushbar results in battery life tanking.The 32V one has a bit more battery life but everything else is the same. I'd say £150 is a very fair price for the 32V.



Can you confirm the Vax doesn't have a wall mounted charge port that will automatically charge it every time it is stored?
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Check the Argos reviews as they have not been given a test machine.
dush_yant

Can you confirm the Vax doesn't have a wall mounted charge port that will … Can you confirm the Vax doesn't have a wall mounted charge port that will automatically charge it every time it is stored?



No, it does have a wall mount, but you need to plug in the charger cable to charge it.
Stop_It

No, it does have a wall mount, but you need to plug in the charger cable … No, it does have a wall mount, but you need to plug in the charger cable to charge it.



Ah right, thanks. So it's probably one thing Dyson trademarked and they couldn't copy? In the Dyson you don't need to plug any power plug, the minute you slide it into the wall mount it starts charging. Of course that also means more hassle to install the Dyson mount on your wall.
A Flubit price of £136.24
dush_yant

Ah right, thanks. So it's probably one thing Dyson trademarked and they … Ah right, thanks. So it's probably one thing Dyson trademarked and they couldn't copy? In the Dyson you don't need to plug any power plug, the minute you slide it into the wall mount it starts charging. Of course that also means more hassle to install the Dyson mount on your wall.



​I have the less powerful model and I kind of like plugging it in due to several reasons. Less wear on the battery so should last longer in theory, I only use it for stairs and some quick vacuuming which means I can use it about 5 times before the low battery light displays. Also having a modern house with no separate utility room and limited space I haven't actually been able to hang it and hide it somewhere just yet near a power supply.
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