Vax Vacuum Cleaners

Vax has become one of the most popular vacuum cleaners in the UK, delivering high quality and powerful products allowing it to maintain a constant battle for dominance with Dyson.

  • Ultra Lightweight
  • 17 metre power cord
  • Cordless option
  • 30 mins runtime

If you're ready to buy a Vax vacuum cleaner and you've decided which model you want, we recommend checking customer reviews of said product to determine if it's reliable and worth the money.

Best Models

The Air Cordless Lift Solo Vacuum Cleaner by Vax is the UK's first cordless lift out vacuum, offering a powerful pick up with no loss of suction and up to 30 minutes of runtime per charge. The Solo also comes with a class best 6 year guarantee and is ultra lightweight in both upright and lift-out mode.

For pet owners, the Vax Air Stretch Pet Upright Vacuum Cleaner is a powerful and lightweight upright type vacuum cleaner with a long reach and is perfect for homes with pets as the TurboTool can remove stubborn dirt and pet hair using Multi-cyclonic power for no loss of suction. This cleaner also comes with a 17 metre power cord and long reach hose for easy cleaning.

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A History of Vax

Vax UK Ltd is a brand that retails electrical and cleaning products and has its headquarters in Birmingham, West Midlands. However the brand is owned by a company called TTI which is based in Hong Kong, with all the Vax branded machines being manufactured in China and Mexico.

Vax was founded in 1977 and their iconic "orange tub" multi-functional floor-cleaning machine was first produced in 1979 and sold directly to consumers by door-to-door sales. Vax products were not offered for sale by high-street retailers until 1982 at which time their 111 Orange Tub model became the best-selling vacuum cleaning product in the UK.

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