Vax Blade 24V Cordless Vacuum Cleaner with Toolkit Handheld TBT3V1T2 (Damaged Box) £84.99 @ Vax Ebay
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Vax Blade 24V Cordless Vacuum Cleaner with Toolkit Handheld TBT3V1T2 (Damaged Box) £84.99 @ Vax Ebay

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Posted 5th Oct
3304837.jpgIt says damaged box but 9 times out of 10 the box will be perfect,but even so you only fling the box

Orders include FREE tool kit worth over £50!
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Apply a surge of energy into your cleaning with the supreme performance of the Vax Blade 24V Cordless. It offers a stylish, slim line finish that’ll seamlessly fit within your home. No cord means less time spent cleaning and more time to spend at your leisure.

  • Up to twice the runtime of the best-selling cordless vacuum*
  • 24v Lithium battery
  • 35 minutes runtime
  • Detachable handheld
  • Boost mode


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slannmage05/10/2019 13:21

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The EU has brought in a new rule for white goods manufacturers this week that they have to make appliances more reliable,longer lasting and spare parts made available for ten years.
I have one of these and it's fine for light jobs; I see them as only supplmenting, but not replacing, a normal electric vaccum cleaner.
slannmage05/10/2019 14:31

. .... the crap will have to hit the fan at some point.


At least the fan will be electric though...
Edited by: "afroylnt" 5th Oct
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This must be last year's model, as it's not listed on their non outlet site. So it's probably the price it should be. And 24V seems to be so last year, as the new stuff is 32V & 40V.
Edited by: "DodgeySolenoid" 5th Oct
I think it's low power
Does it give uckky?
If I could afford this right now I'd buy it
Don't be fooled into thinking this is on a par with a Dyson or Shark. It's really not. Mine ended up in landfill
I have the new 32v version. They sell it on their ebay store for £99.

Only got it a couple of days ago but I'm impressed with it so far.
slannmage05/10/2019 13:21

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The EU has brought in a new rule for white goods manufacturers this week that they have to make appliances more reliable,longer lasting and spare parts made available for ten years.
I have one of these and it's fine for light jobs; I see them as only supplmenting, but not replacing, a normal electric vaccum cleaner.
afroylnt05/10/2019 13:52

I have one of these and it's fine for light jobs; I see them as only …I have one of these and it's fine for light jobs; I see them as only supplmenting, but not replacing, a normal electric vaccum cleaner.



I'm exactly the same,its like having a different set of tools for each job
sparkykev05/10/2019 13:27

The EU has brought in a new rule for white goods manufacturers this week …The EU has brought in a new rule for white goods manufacturers this week that they have to make appliances more reliable,longer lasting and spare parts made available for ten years.



Suspect that could inadvertently have the wrong effect; if spares get more expensive then more applicances could be scrapped and not repaired...
Bought the missus the one from Lidl the other week ...i'm quite happy watching her zoom around with it and it's fine for her whizzing around with it....
sparkykev05/10/2019 13:27

The EU has brought in a new rule for white goods manufacturers this week …The EU has brought in a new rule for white goods manufacturers this week that they have to make appliances more reliable,longer lasting and spare parts made available for ten years.


You cannot with batteries, they’re limited by the tech, and they’ll still make them too expensive to replace. Plus they’ll still continue to seal them inside, with a risk of breaking your product to replace yourself.

Battery waste and resources will be the next big issue, no one is paying attention to it though. Imagine if we all had electric cars.... the crap will have to hit the fan at some point.
slannmage05/10/2019 14:31

. .... the crap will have to hit the fan at some point.


At least the fan will be electric though...
Edited by: "afroylnt" 5th Oct
Seems like a good price, especially as you get the toolkit inc
horsepills05/10/2019 12:07

Don't be fooled into thinking this is on a par with a Dyson or Shark. …Don't be fooled into thinking this is on a par with a Dyson or Shark. It's really not. Mine ended up in landfill


Watchdog reviewed the Dyson and Shark( £250 each) and Vax(£150) and the Dyson was the best at actually cleaning then the Shark and the Vax trailing, but three tester familys voted the Shark best.
Edited by: "morrig" 5th Oct
Bought one of these four months ago via the ebay site, it was very good at first but recently the suction/power has gone, still waiting on customer service to respond to my issues.
Mine literally packed up the other day. Had it just over a year and it can't be repaired because Vax don't do repairs and they also don't sell parts to help local shops do repairs. Avoid if I were you
This is probably the one I sent back a few weeks ago... (For which I had paid £79.99.)
Edited by: "MrMatt991" 6th Oct
afroylnt05/10/2019 14:00

Suspect that could inadvertently have the wrong effect; if spares get more …Suspect that could inadvertently have the wrong effect; if spares get more expensive then more applicances could be scrapped and not repaired...


Spares are already typically provided for ten years by the European manufacturers. It's only the Chinese imports that don't provide this. Spares are also already ridiculously expensive.
MrMatt99106/10/2019 09:46

This is probably the one I sent back a few weeks ago...



I very much doubt it as it says New....not refurbished or customer return.
Better off buying a corded one they have more power, u just plug in and go!
and u don’t have to charge a battery that will only last 20mins!!
youchoose06/10/2019 09:49

I very much doubt it as it says New....not refurbished or customer return.


Fair enough. the refurbished one I bought and returned looked new inside the packaging tbh. It just didn't perform, at all (I get that it's only a 150w motor or whatever), and was a pain for cleaning the car (surely one of the main drivers for buying a portable vac) and to top it all the quality of the parts was poor.

But then, I'm spoiled because our old cleaner is a Miele, which even on its lowest setting pulls more air than this Vax does on boost and is obviously built like it's meant to be.
Edited by: "MrMatt991" 6th Oct
MrMatt99106/10/2019 09:51

Fair enough. the refurbished one I bought and returned looked new inside …Fair enough. the refurbished one I bought and returned looked new inside the packaging tbh. It just didn't perform, at all (I get that it's only a 150w motor or whatever), and was a pain for cleaning the car (surely one of the main drivers for buying a portable vac) and to top it all the quality of the parts was poor.



Pssst....have a look to see how many they have sold. Some must like it eh
slannmage05/10/2019 13:21

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More people need to wake up to this. It’s a big con to ensure power and control through controlling consumer spending in the name of saving the planet.

An alternative would be to create co-ops where resources and control are kept within communities but I presume more ‘laws’ will make these difficult too.
youchoose06/10/2019 09:53

Pssst....have a look to see how many they have sold. Some must like it eh …Pssst....have a look to see how many they have sold. Some must like it eh


Some people have lower expectations I guess. Some people don't have the same use cases in mind either. They are adequate for picking hairs/dust off hard floors, but that's about it. If that's all you need then great. Then the secondary issue is why spend nearly a hundred quid on a lump of electronics and deal with charging times for this task when it can be achieved with a dry microfibre mop head for a tenner?
Edited by: "MrMatt991" 6th Oct
slannmage05/10/2019 13:21

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I don't think these are designed or intended to replace a whole-house vacuum.
Wired vacume much more powerful and robust. But guess it depends on your needs. These are ideal for quick jobs like cars, stairs small rooms. Not good for a 3 storey house like mine
Watchdog did a test on three of these cordless vacs. Dyson Shark And Vax.
They came to the conclusion that they where only really useful for spot cleaning.
I need something like this for cleaning the car. Getting tired of getting extension leads, opening the windows to feed through the cable to the outside just to clean the car, getting the vac dirty on the drive.
slannmage05/10/2019 13:21

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Really CO2 is a con? Do some research beyond your walk around the place you choose to live in and social media feeding you crap about the EU. Wonder what you're doing to actually change any of it?
slannmage05/10/2019 13:21

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Hopefully these cordless vacuums will be obsolete in the EU once Britain leaves, they are absolutely rubbish for cleaning.
duncancosgrove06/10/2019 09:59

I don't think these are designed or intended to replace a whole-house …I don't think these are designed or intended to replace a whole-house vacuum.


Only a fool would try to replace a whole-house vacuum with a cordless
Shazam41205/10/2019 23:12

Mine literally packed up the other day. Had it just over a year and it …Mine literally packed up the other day. Had it just over a year and it can't be repaired because Vax don't do repairs and they also don't sell parts to help local shops do repairs. Avoid if I were you


They should come with 2 year guarantee
microbar06/10/2019 10:19

Watchdog did a test on three of these cordless vacs. Dyson Shark And …Watchdog did a test on three of these cordless vacs. Dyson Shark And Vax.They came to the conclusion that they where only really useful for spot cleaning.


The Dyson V7 came top in the test they did. If you want more than spot cleaning then Dyson V8 is a lot more powerful.
dz106/10/2019 12:15

The Dyson V7 came top in the test they did. If you want more than spot …The Dyson V7 came top in the test they did. If you want more than spot cleaning then Dyson V8 is a lot more powerful.



Horses for courses though eh....being the v8 is almost 4 times the price of this...
Msx9806/10/2019 11:07

Really CO2 is a con? Do some research beyond your walk around the place …Really CO2 is a con? Do some research beyond your walk around the place you choose to live in and social media feeding you crap about the EU. Wonder what you're doing to actually change any of it?


I think the point being made is that eco issues are not being consistently reported/covered e.g. creation and disposal of batteries technology such as cold fusion could also offer a great way forward.
afroylnt06/10/2019 13:24

I think the point being made is that eco issues are not being consistently …I think the point being made is that eco issues are not being consistently reported/covered e.g. creation and disposal of batteries technology such as cold fusion could also offer a great way forward.



I think what is being missed here is this is a deal site and not a green awareness site.
I no longer drink as it is not good for me for many health reasons....but I don't stand on a soap box here decrying how bad it is for others when they come up on here.
I just think there is a time and place for it but not on here.
youchoose06/10/2019 13:32

I think what is being missed here is this is a deal site and not a green …I think what is being missed here is this is a deal site and not a green awareness site.I no longer drink as it is not good for me for many health reasons....but I don't stand on a soap box here decrying how bad it is for others when they come up on here.I just think there is a time and place for it but not on here.


I see what you are saying but some conversation about the waste a product creates and alternatives is acceptable in my view.
Edited by: "afroylnt" 6th Oct
bubblegum9906/10/2019 09:57

More people need to wake up to this. It’s a big con to ensure power and c …More people need to wake up to this. It’s a big con to ensure power and control through controlling consumer spending in the name of saving the planet. An alternative would be to create co-ops where resources and control are kept within communities but I presume more ‘laws’ will make these difficult too.



And don't say a bad word against Greta Thunberg... she has Aspergers don't you know! She isn't educated in climate science, she has no idea what she is talking about... but just believe her because the media want you to!
Got one of these a couple of months ago. Couldn't recommend it as your main hoover for the house. It fills up too quickly and can't hold much, it struggles to pick up dog hair unless on boost mode, which drains the battery really quickly. Didnt bother getting rid of it, so I use mine for the car and the hard to reach bits around the house. The took kit is decent but the hoover not so much.
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