Vax Air Cordless Vacuum Cleaner Review

Vax Air Cordless Vacuum Cleaner Review

Meet my new best friend, the Vax Air Cordless vacuum cleaner. He’s tall, slim and handsome. He doesn’t need wires or plugs, he’s very versatile and he comes apart. He even has a torch to light up the way and show me any bits I may have missed. His name is Phil. I love Phil. He’s different to any other vacuum cleaner I’ve had, he’s so much easier to use that he gets to come out of the cupboard more. When his battery runs out I just switch it over to his spare one that’s been charging. Battery powered vacuum cleaner I hear you ask? Oh, but they’re special ones, lithium ones – it’s all very futuristic. They just sit one on a charging pad in my cupbard, and one on Phil ready to go, giving us 50 minutes run time together.

Watch and read all about the vax air cordless lift in action! I'm in love

Watch and read all about the vax air cordless lift in action! I'm in love

How did our relationship start?

Our trusty old hoover was not so trusty. Since we got it we’d had to replace the belt thingy underneath a couple of times and recently my lovely husband had run over the cable twice and then he noticed some sparks flying, and really that was what sealed it’s fate. So I sent a plea to Vax with our plight and they came to my rescue and offered me Phil.

Watch us in action!

I recorded a little vacuuming action, see how I can twirl around and dance with him, watch how his torch lights the way! See how we can change from brush on, to brush off for carpet and hard floor action! Watch us effortlessly change to handheld for vacuuming the stairs…

We have windtunnel technology! It steers really easily and is super light. It’s easy to empty and switch from the upright mode to lifting it out for stairs or cleaning in high places. I’m definitely not going back to vacuuming with a cord, now I’ve gone cordless that’s it. It’s just infinitely easier – the ultimate life hack. There’s no compromise on suction and I’m much more likely to vacuum now I can just whip it out and not have to bother plugging it in, unwinding the cord, winding it up again, which I hated, even the ones with the button it never seemed to work so well after a while. I also hated having to swish the cord around me. I feel free and easy when I vacuum, with, lets face it with 3 kids on the loose it’s pretty much a daily occurrence!

Watch and read all about the vax air cordless lift in action! I'm in love

You can get your own Phil (you might like to call him something different) direct from the Vax website link above, it’s on offer at the moment for £179.99 from £299.99, or from Amazon from £99.99 or Robert Dyas has it on sale for £199.99.

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5 Comments

  1. May 18, 2016 / 9:31 pm

    Looks awesome. I’m going to put this on my wish list for when we move! ☺️

    • Midwife and Life
      May 18, 2016 / 10:05 pm

      Thanks, you need one, it’s made my life so much easier – sad, isn’t it?!

  2. Jason
    October 22, 2016 / 2:23 pm

    Looks like I just found my next vacuum! Hopefully I won’t need one for a while though, but with the help of my new cat getting fluff everywhere I’ll probably need one soon enough 🙂

  3. March 27, 2017 / 5:07 pm

    Do you think it’s best if I buy a vacuum cleaner online or in a store? I am worried about what I can do if the one that I choose does not work like it says it will. I am tempted by the cheap prices online rather than in the store but I do not know if it is a safe way to buy. I don’t use the Internet much and have never bought anything that way before. Do you think it is safe and worth the money I might save? Or do you think it is safest if I buy it in the usual way?

    • Midwife and Life
      March 27, 2017 / 5:14 pm

      Either way you have the same rights and you can send it back if it doesn’t work out.

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