Vax Blade 32V TBT3V1B1 Cordless 32V Model (Upto 45 Min run time) £152.10 with Free del @ AO (Using code)
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Vax Blade 32V TBT3V1B1 Cordless 32V Model (Upto 45 Min run time) £152.10 with Free del @ AO (Using code)

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Found 28th Jul 2017
Good price for the 32V model with upto 45 Mins run time, some of the others are 24V, with a max of 35 Min run time, and are around this price anyway. So you'll do better to pick this one up over one of those at a couple of quid less.

Comes with a 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty

Use 10% off Vax Code VAX10 to get the discounted price


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Key Features
  • Up to 45 minutes run time from a single charge
  • Easily adjust the setting with the special control dial
  • Cyclones separate air and dust for powerful cleaning
  • Lightweight - great for cleaning from room to room
  • Fully charged in 4 hours
Product Overview
Effortlessly clean your home with this cordless vacuum cleaner from Vax. With a 45 minute run time, you can give the whole house a really thorough clean. While you’re working through each room, it’s easy to see how much charge is left with the clever Smart Control™ dial. Thanks to the brilliant cyclonic filtration system, it efficiently picks up fine dust as well as coarse dirt, making short work of that dusty upholstery and those muddy footprints in the hallway. Its lightweight design makes it easy to move between rooms, and it recharges in just 4 hours too, so you won’t have to wait long to continue with the housework.



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Honest question are these better or similar to the Dysons?
I was sent this one to review and I really like it. I do only use it for quick pick ups though as you need to empty it quite often. When I do the full house clean I use my upright vacuum.
hmmm I just bought the 24v for £129 last week not tried it out yet though!
I have had this for 6 weeks now.It is excellent in every way and the suction is the best Ive ever known for a cordless. God knows why people waste there money on Dysons.
Ive got this and model and its pretty good. Does need emptying often though. I got mine refurbished from direct vacuums on amazon for about £85 and it looks like they still have them.
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I have had this for 6 weeks now.It is excellent in every way and the … I have had this for 6 weeks now.It is excellent in every way and the suction is the best Ive ever known for a cordless. God knows why people waste there money on Dysons.



The Apple of vacuums ain't it.
leef1801 h, 17 m ago

Ive got this and model and its pretty good. Does need emptying often …Ive got this and model and its pretty good. Does need emptying often though. I got mine refurbished from direct vacuums on amazon for about £85 and it looks like they still have them.

Hi do you get all tools with refurb one ? Cheers
leef1801 h, 39 m ago

Ive got this and model and its pretty good. Does need emptying often …Ive got this and model and its pretty good. Does need emptying often though. I got mine refurbished from direct vacuums on amazon for about £85 and it looks like they still have them.

There's not a lot of info on the Amazon marketplace page for direct vacuums. What was your experience? Does the vacuum have obvious signs of use? £85.99 is a bloody good saving if it's anything like new
Bought mine at £79 from direct Vacs on Ebay about six weeks ago. Looked brand new to me and included the instruction booklet.Just two basic tools included.If you need more buy the tool kit for the 32v Blade.Amazingly good machine.
Dont think i got any tools with mine. Wasn't expecting them though. Mine looked brand new
leef180

Dont think i got any tools with mine. Wasn't expecting them though. Mine … Dont think i got any tools with mine. Wasn't expecting them though. Mine looked brand new



Mmmmm, according to page 5 at library.vax.co.uk/res…pdf , it should have come with at least two simple (crevice and dusting brush) tools. Whether it is used or refurbished shouldn't have affected that.
Note two years guarantee but only one year on the battery. Normal suction is a bit pitiful, in fact the machine starts up with boost automatically enabled which reduces the battery run time but does work reasonably well.
Its a well built machine (with the exception of the crevice and dusting tool) but a long way from being a replacement for a proper corded machine. It is much more convenient to use though.
Stardust8329th Jul

I was sent this one to review and I really like it. I do only use it for …I was sent this one to review and I really like it. I do only use it for quick pick ups though as you need to empty it quite often. When I do the full house clean I use my upright vacuum.


Have you used any of the Dyson V6 models? If so, how does it compare in terms of performance and ease of maintenance? Thanks in advance.
Decent vacuum, but mine really seems to have lost its power/pickupability after 6 months.
Not sure if it's from softening of bristles or what.
We're in the process of looking for a new corded upright.
Will maybe keep this one though for quick pickups etc.
Not really sure what the point of this is it hasn't got adequate filtration so ends up just redistributing the dust around the room.
speedygonzalez30th Jul

Mmmmm, according to page 5 at …Mmmmm, according to page 5 at http://library.vax.co.uk/resource/1337/blade-user-guide/user-guide.pdf , it should have come with at least two simple (crevice and dusting brush) tools. Whether it is used or refurbished shouldn't have affected that.


Answering my own question, my Direct Vacuums order arrived today. It did come with the crevice and dusting brush tools. Suction, filtration and the brushbar are all effective. £86 includes 12 months warranty. Am pretty happy with it, I must say.

Cheers!
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