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Vax Blade 32V 45min runtime with 2yr warranty from Vax Outlet/eBay TBT3V1P1 New/Damaged Box £89.99 at vax_outlet_store eBay
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Vax Blade 32V 45min runtime with 2yr warranty from Vax Outlet/eBay TBT3V1P1 New/Damaged Box £89.99 at vax_outlet_store eBay

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Posted 23rd JanEdited by:"jazzuk777"

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Thought it was worth highlighting - the listing only mentions a 1yr warranty, but I've had an email within 30min of ordering saying my 2yr warranty has automatically been registered:
"Vax 2 Year Guarantee

Guarantee Registration


Hello,

Thank you for your order of a TBT3V1P1 which will be on its way to you shortly.


There is no need to register your machine on our website - we have registered it for you and updated our records.


Your unique registration code is ******* and will expire on 28/01/2022.


If you have any questions about your recent purchase please refer to our support Q&A's found here.


Should you need to contact us in the future, all we will need from you is the serial number - this is the long barcode number on a silver or white ratings label and can be found at the base or rear of your machine.


Kind regards


The Vax Team
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niggit23/01/2020 17:57

Personally wouldn't buy it, rubbish at picking up, and the filter just …Personally wouldn't buy it, rubbish at picking up, and the filter just clogs up really quick that you need to clean after nearly every use. But it is a good price for anyone who does want one


I got it before Christmas. I certainly love it. For this price good piece of equipment. No issues so far.

If you need to empty it every time then I suggest vacuuming more often hahaaa.
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These much cop? Anything much better for under £200?
Personally wouldn't buy it, rubbish at picking up, and the filter just clogs up really quick that you need to clean after nearly every use. But it is a good price for anyone who does want one
Edited by: "niggit" 23rd Jan
niggit23/01/2020 17:57

Personally wouldn't buy it, rubbish at picking up, and the filter just …Personally wouldn't buy it, rubbish at picking up, and the filter just clogs up really quick that you need to clean after nearly every use. But it is a good price for anyone who does want one


Reviews from Good Housekeeping are very positive, although they seem mainly to use the Boost mode as their guide.
Blades is way better than blade 1. Got both!
niggit23/01/2020 17:57

Personally wouldn't buy it, rubbish at picking up, and the filter just …Personally wouldn't buy it, rubbish at picking up, and the filter just clogs up really quick that you need to clean after nearly every use. But it is a good price for anyone who does want one


I got it before Christmas. I certainly love it. For this price good piece of equipment. No issues so far.

If you need to empty it every time then I suggest vacuuming more often hahaaa.
zx636r23/01/2020 17:57

These much cop? Anything much better for under £200?


Got can a little blue and get the Blade 2 also from the eBay Vax outlet. The passport spec looks the same though. There's also the Shark and I think a Gtec for under £200 just, but it depends what you're looking for I imagine, running time, suction power etc...
Thank you ordered
Jakub_Kozak23/01/2020 18:51

I got it before Christmas. I certainly love it. For this price good piece …I got it before Christmas. I certainly love it. For this price good piece of equipment. No issues so far.If you need to empty it every time then I suggest vacuuming more often hahaaa.


They start off good, but over time they aren't. With a two year old, it's used every day thanks, but the foam filter takes up half the bin inside.
niggit23/01/2020 19:03

They start off good, but over time they aren't. With a two year old, it's …They start off good, but over time they aren't. With a two year old, it's used every day thanks, but the foam filter takes up half the bin inside.


Isn't that an expected issue with all stick vacuums though?
deleted207197923/01/2020 19:44

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I think they keep restocking...there was 2 when I ordered, and 2 after I ordered.
zx636r23/01/2020 17:57

These much cop? Anything much better for under £200?


not sure about this model ,I got the Blade 3 and have to say its great
deal_miner23/01/2020 20:11

not sure about this model ,I got the Blade 3 and have to say its great



Is there a Blade 3 ???!!!
You've got to keep cleaning the filters with these vacs, needs more upkeep than an everyday vacuum. My sister regularly has her filters on the washing line.
Sphere23/01/2020 21:51

Is there a Blade 3 ???!!!



There was a "test and review" trial for the Blade 3 on HUKD a few weeks ago here
Edited by: "louiselouise" 23rd Jan
The blade 2 was awful. Had it less than a year and had to keep taking it apart to clear the hair from the brush. It’s not as powerful as you think and doesn’t pick up anything but dust. Upgraded to the shark lift away and best hoover I’ve used, better than a dyson IMO.
Blade 2 powerhead hose is notorious for tearing and vax do not offer a spare but instead point you to a new powerhead at circa £50. Fortunately you can now get a spare hose for about £8.50 on the bay. PITA to fit though. The blade itself is mediocre at best, wouldnt buy another.
zx636r23/01/2020 17:57

These much cop? Anything much better for under £200?


Shark IF130UKTH is a decent cordless for £199 at the moment from argos and direct from shark. Comes with duo clean, removable battery, HEPA filter and powered pet brush. Not had any problems with mine and can do a whole clean on one battery. Warranty is also good with 5 year gurantee (2 years on the battery).
Edited by: "jordanc93" 24th Jan
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