Vax Cordless SlimVac 18v Vacuum Cleaner Stick Detachable Handheld TBTTV1D1 for £79.99 delivered using code @ Vax eBay
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Vax Cordless SlimVac 18v Vacuum Cleaner Stick Detachable Handheld TBTTV1D1 for £79.99 delivered using code @ Vax eBay

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Found 21st MarEdited by:"idontflycathay"
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Introducing the Vax Cordless 18v Vacuum Cleaner. Cleaning might be a chore but the Cordless SlimVac Vacuum Cleaner performs as good as it looks, because of its slim, sleek, lightweight design it literally glides across the floor, making cleaning effortless.

  • Powerful, lightweight and effortless
  • 20 minutes of long lasting suction
  • 18V lithium battery power
  • Multi
  • floor cleaning
  • Powered floorhead
  • Weight 4.6 kg

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Weight 4.6 kg... isnt it too heavy for a small cordless vaccum cleaner?
How does this compare to the Dyson V6?
jsg11631 h, 52 m ago

Weight 4.6 kg... isnt it too heavy for a small cordless vaccum cleaner?


Lightweight At just 2 kg, the Cordless SlimVac Vacuum Cleaner is lightweight when in use and easy to carry from room to room or up and down stairs, a perfect companion for quick and easy cleaning. .


That was taken from the ebay link
Raydar813 h, 31 m ago

http://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/vax-cordless-slimvac-total-homeA …http://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/vax-cordless-slimvac-total-homeA poor review



Yup. That's.... pretty damning to be honest.
I think my solution is still going to be the cheapest of the Dysons with removable battery and replace the battery with a connector 3d printed to fit, external battery pack with better run-time in a belt/backpack. It covers the achilles heel (runtime) in these sorts of cleaners imo.It's suprising how far the 20-30 minute charge you normally get goes though.
Edited by: "mercutio98uk" 21st Mar
I've got this to be honest it's not very good just doesn't pick up enough the suction is not very strong.
forcedv17 h, 45 m ago

How does this compare to the Dyson V6?


There's no contest. These are garbage by comparison.
I have one got it from Tesco & like the above comment it doesn't pick up much at all
U need a 24v at least
jc19707 m ago

U need a 24v at least

True
V6 Dyson is superb and mines been really good.Just upgraded to the new V10 and that's a different beast altogether.Vax aftercare isn't much to go on to be honest.Wluld rather spend extra and go Dyson.
I've got one of these and have used it for a few months.

Not the best suction, good for the odd jobs but in no way a replacement for corded. Also not the best on hard floors.

I'd recommended investing a bit more for something better
jc197019 h, 59 m ago

U need a 24v at least



I have the 32v and it's good but I wouldn't want any less power. My old Dyson 24v had more suction than this. Seems well made though and the floor attachment on my 32V is very good and the brushes are powered so it kind of pulls you along.
I owned one of these for a year and it was terrible. The suction is just awful. At this price you'd be better off getting a corded vacuum, or, if you can, spending more on a Dyson V6. I decided to invest in the Dyson V10 and it's superb.
Edited by: "Firefly_t1000" 23rd Mar
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