Vax 2100W Pet Upright Vacuum Was £139.99 NOW ONLY £49.99 @lovepets
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Vax 2100W Pet Upright Vacuum Was £139.99 NOW ONLY £49.99 @lovepets

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Found 11th Dec 2012
Vax 2100W Upright Bagless Pet Vacuum U90P2P21W

Cleaning up after your pet can be the biggest pain about being an owner, but thanks the this Vax Upright Pet Bagless Vacuum this job has become a whole lot easier!

This incredibly powerful bagless pet vacuum is equally as impressive on carpets as it is on hard floors and even non pet owners will do well to find a better machine for their cleaning needs.

Using 2100 watts of power, pet hair will be removed in no time from any surface, along with the usual home dust and dirt that builds up on your floors.

This bagless pet vacuum features an advances HEPA anti-bacterial filtration system that is great for removing dust and particles that particularly aggravate allergy sufferers.

As this pet vacuum cleaner is suitable for all rooms in the home, Vax have ensured that your vacuuming will take less time than normal due to the extra-long 10 metre cord and a hose that can extend up to 2.5 metres, making it useful for reaching ceilings and use on the stairs and requires less unplugging as you move around.

This bagless pet vacuum also includes a highly effective TurboTool that has been especially designed to tackle the hard to remove pet hair from carpets.

Here is a full list of the features of the Vax 2100W Upright Bagless Pet Vacuum:

Lightweight at just 7kg
2100W of power
Advanced HEPA filtration system
10 metre long cord
2.5 metre hose
3 Litre capacity
TurboTool especially designed for pet hair removal

18 Comments

3% cashback from TopCashBack too dont forget

I purchased one of these for 79 from Argos a few weeks back. it stopped working within a week. returned and got a bissell instead. heat added for the price though.

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lnsertName

I purchased one of these for 79 from Argos a few weeks back. it stopped … I purchased one of these for 79 from Argos a few weeks back. it stopped working within a week. returned and got a bissell instead. heat added for the price though.



I got one from argos too at the same price , never had a problem with mine and i use it every day.

That's the wife sorted. She'd best be happy with the iron too.

M1LFHunter

That's the wife sorted. She'd best be happy with the iron too.



Nothing like spoiling the missus at christmas X)

Ridiculous motor power - it can double as a rather noisy fan heater.

These better than a Standard Henry?

Don't waste your money, mine stopped working after 3 months

with top cash back aswell woop heat added

Have one of these, works really well, had it about 2 months now, **** all over the piece of crap dyson i had

snappyfish

These better than a Standard Henry?



Nothing is better than a henry haha

Depends though, for carpets, it's easier, for hard floor henry all the way .....

Yup, I'd agree with the Henry. Nothing is better than a Henry for a straightforward pull-around vacuum cleaner

We looked at Vax Vacuums a few weeks ago (There's an ebay seller fairly nearby that allows you to pickup from their warehouse). Ended up picking up an Electrolux Pet one (similar spec) for £30.

I'd love to be proved wrong, but from reviews and other forums, I don't get the impression that Vax are quite as well made as they certainly used to be? Their expertise was always in wet-and-dry.
Edited by: "newsgroupmonkey" 14th Dec 2012

I know I seem to post this every time there is a Vax offer but I think it's worth people knowing. We've had two and what we have found is...

Vax cleaners are ridiculously noisy... I mean like REALLY noisy... to the point of pain sometimes.
They blow out a stupid amount of air which causes a lot of stuff to blow into the air before it has sucked it up.
The power cord is a bit short.
Started off working well but slowly loses it's ability to clean and has a problem with slightly heavier particles of grit and what have you.
Build quality is poor.

on the plus side most of the time they can be picked up quite cheaply... If I'd paid more than £40 for ours I'd have felt hard done by.

We have 2 vacuums in our house - a Dyson which is reasonably new and a dream to use compared with the Vax (we'll see how that fares in the long run but our previous Dyson was pretty good) and we also have a Henry which is very good but 'he' tends to get all the dirty jobs like cleaning the fire and DIY. It was our only vac until we got a dog and it just wasn't very good at collecting the hair from the carpet.

newsgroupmonkey

Yup, I'd agree with the Henry. Nothing is better than a Henry for a … Yup, I'd agree with the Henry. Nothing is better than a Henry for a straightforward pull-around vacuum cleaner


Why? I've never understood the cult of the Henry.

Besides which, this isn't a pull-around vacuum cleaner but a push-along one, which contains a powered brush so is inherently superior to any "suck-only" cleaner.

gsusx

Have one of these, works really well, had it about 2 months now, **** all … Have one of these, works really well, had it about 2 months now, **** all over the piece of crap dyson i had


Don't tar all Dysons with the same brush - some models are awful and some are brilliant.

pibpob

Why? I've never understood the cult of the Henry.Besides which, this … Why? I've never understood the cult of the Henry.Besides which, this isn't a pull-around vacuum cleaner but a push-along one, which contains a powered brush so is inherently superior to any "suck-only" cleaner.



I agree it's a bit OT (hence why I continued my post talking about uprights), but the Henry is a really basic, powerful cleaner that seems to do what it says on the tin.

They're not cheap for what they are, but it says something when a lot of commercial cleaners use them.

DME: That's what in the end swung it for me. The electrolux I have is stupidly long and I can get almost all the way around a 3 bedroom bungalow!

Yes, a lot of commercial cleaners use Henrys, which is the usual justification given for them. But that doesn't mean they make good cleaners in the domestic arena. Firstly, a vacuum cleaner for domestic use doesn't have to be built like a tank to be fit for purpose - it is used far less intensively and it is treated with more respect because the user paid for it. Secondly, a commercial cleaner has to be good enough to satisfy the employer's inspections but judging by the choking atmosphere that seems to surround Henrys being used in offices, they really don't filter very well - or they cost a lot to run in replacement bags/filters if you want to make sure that they do. And there are other considerations such as compactness for storage and weight, as they need to be lugged up and down stairs and stored in small cupboards.

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