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Vax Air Compact Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner Only £49.99 using code XMAS1012. Ends 12pm Sunday 11th December. @ VAX
Vax Air Compact Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner Only £49.99 using code XMAS1012. Ends 12pm Sunday 11th December. @ VAX

Vax Air Compact Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner Only £49.99 using code XMAS1012. Ends 12pm Sunday 11th December. @ VAX

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Only £49.99 using code XMAS1012. Ends 12pm Sunday 11th December. Possible 3.4% TCB

The Vax Air Compact cylinder is a lightweight vacuum cleaner with multi-cyclonic technology for a powerful performance around your home. The large dirt capacity and on board tools also ensure you can complete a total home clean without frequently emptying.

Lightweight weighing only 5.5kg

Multi-cyclonic technology to ensure a powerful performance

Large dirt capacity for less frequent emptying

On board tools for above the floor cleaning

6 year guarantee

9 Comments

personal thoughts... anyone?

I bought one a couple of years ago. It's rubbish. Loses suction really quickly and you have to empty it constantly. Almost every room. And you're supposed to change the filters very often

what's rrp? £50?

maltikism

what's rrp? £50?



RRP= ​Recommended Retail Price

Hopefully they'll be having the cordless lift duo in their Xmas sale soon

I hate to post negative reviews but this cleaner is awful. I have to strip it down constantly to unclog the cyclones of any loose hairs or furballs (for the want of a better description).The suction was great out of the box when new, but now it is awful. Want to change it now a year later. My wife now wants a Henry (God I hope it's the vacuum she is talking about.)

derryneeve

I hate to post negative reviews but this cleaner is awful. I have to … I hate to post negative reviews but this cleaner is awful. I have to strip it down constantly to unclog the cyclones of any loose hairs or furballs (for the want of a better description).The suction was great out of the box when new, but now it is awful. Want to change it now a year later. My wife now wants a Henry (God I hope it's the vacuum she is talking about.)



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We had an upright vax few years back, obviously different design to this and older, but we were so disappointed with it. Had a dyson on before that which was also a letdown, but they seemed to have improved in recent iterations.
We then bought a George, older brother to the Henry. I think it's been over four years now, and it's still as good at what it does as it was on the day we bought it. They're expensive, but it's definitely proved the saying 'buy cheap, buy twice' for us.

Comments about loosing suction and having to strip down to remove hair is true - If you've got a dog avoid this, I've just hoovered the house and have emptied it 8 times to do a 2 bed house, that isn't hyperbole either.

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