My Review of the VAX BLADE 2

I do love to review vacuums and was delighted when the team at VAX asked me to review the new VAX BLADE 2 .  I am a big fan of the VAX Blade and I am lucky enough to have a personalised pink one so was very interested to see how the BLADE 2 differed in terms of performance.

Cordless vacuums really do make life so much easier. There is none of that looking around for a plug point and bending and if you suffer with back problems they really are ideal.

The VAX BLADE 2 comes well packaged and is incredibly easy to put together I didn’t even need to refer to the instructions. You need to fully charge before using and this takes 3 hours and will give you 45 minutes of cleaning power.

The VAX BLADE 2 is defiantly more powerful than the original blade there is a noticeable difference particularly on carpets and rugs. I also feel that it is a little more flexible too and gets round those hard to reach places much easier making vacuuming a much speeder process.

The Blade is good on both hard flooring and carpets, when you switch to carpet mode the brush bar rotates to really lift that dirt from your carpets. You also have the option of turbo boost for extra power and this is great if you are tackling pet hair.

It also makes stair cleaning so easy, you just switch to hand-held mode and attach your preferred attachment and away you go.

Then when it comes to cleaning you simply press the dirt release button and let all the dust and debris fall straight into the bin.  The capacity is only 0.6 L so I advise that you empty after every big use to keep it running well and make a point of giving it a good rinse and clean the filter monthly..

What I love about the BLADE 2

  • Quick and easy to assemble
  • Incredibly light which means almost effortless cleaning
  • Simple to change tools
  • Great suction
  • Press a button to activate the brush bar – no need to change heads for different floor types
  • 45-minute run time
  • Lightweight – only 3.1kg when using it as a stick vacuum, and only 2kg when using as a handheld.
  • Steerable, so a breeze to get round furniture.
  • LED headlights so you can see the dust. Delightful.

Overall based on price which varies dependent on where you buy from (£199 – £300.00)  and performance I would give the VAX BLADE 2 a Queen of Clean rating of

4/5

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Thank you for reading my review and I hope that you have found this useful 

Lynsey Queen of Clean xoxo

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