Vax Blade 24V Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

Cordless. Lightweight. Up to twice the runtime of the best-selling cordless vacuum.*

+ FREE Tool Kit worth £50
Exclusive to Vax Direct

Was £199.99

Special Price £ 159.96

Save £40.03

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WANT EXTRA RUNTIME?

Upgrade to the Blade 32V with FREE Toolkit
and get 45 minutes runtime. Only £179.96

Free Tool Kit worth £50

When you buy the VAX Blade direct, you will also receive a FREE Tool Kit worth over £50.

Vax Blade Tool Kit worth £50 includes: flexible crevice tool, tough dirt tool, dust brush, textile tool, stretch hose and storage bag.

Powerful multi-surface cleaning

Our specially designed floorhead has been intended for optimal pick-up performance on every floor type.

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Features & Benefits

Up to 35 minute runtime

Up to 35 minute runtime

The 24V Blade has a lithium-ion battery that delivers a 35-minute runtime. Upgrade to the 32V for 45 minutes runtime. Clean your whole home without recharging.

Balanced and Lightweight

Balanced and Lightweight

Our unique horizontal cylinder is designed to provide a balanced feel whilst optimising performance in any cleaning orientation.

Boost mode

Boost mode

Extra suction is available at the touch of a button so you can pick up and clean stubborn dirt and pet hair. Great in high traffic areas.

Direct Helix Technology

Direct Helix TechnologyTM

The floor cleaning head and Direct Helix TechnologyTM optimise airflow at all angles, to maximise performance and efficiency.

Reach up high

Reach up high

The Vax Blade cordless has been designed for effortless and easy reach cleaning with perfectly balanced weight.

Easy empty bin

Easy empty bin

The Vax Blade cordless effectively captures dirt and debris in a compressed puck.

† Exclusions apply. Please click here for full Terms & Conditions *UK’s best-selling cordless vacuum September 2016 – August 2017. Blade 24V provides twice the runtime in boost mode & up to 75% more runtime in standard mode Vs published runtime claims in October 2017.