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Now I’m sure everyone has been in a situation where you have just cleaned up the house and it is looking spotless and there isn’t a crumb on the floor or a little bit of dust on the side, all the plates have been washed etc… however someone comes in and messes up one of the room either by bringing dirty muddy shoes across the room leaving muddy stains everywhere so you have to get the cloth out and scrub the floor that’s not too much work though. Or leaving dirty washing on the ground so you have to pick it up and put it in the wash basket that’s still not to much work though. Or even putting crumbs all over the floor meaning you have to drag the hover all the way out of the cupboard plug it in and start using it for only a little bit in the room now that is annoying. Wouldn’t it be great if it was easier than that? Well there is a lovely hand held hover by vax.
The vax hand held hover is about 17cm long, cordless and is perfect for those little mistakes than anyone could make. So if you have just done your house work and there is a mess on the floor you can simply just use the hand held hover instead of bringing out the big bulking hover just to clean up a little bit of mess. It’s that easy. You simply just switch it on and let the hand held hover do the rest.
It has different parts which are the front nozzle/dust container, washable dust filter, dust container release button, battery charging status indicator (green leds) charging indicator (red led) on/off switch, carry handle, charging unit/tool caddy, crevice tool, dusting brush and AC mains adapter. You may not understand what all of these are but when you buy this item it tells you what everything is in the leaflet making it easier for you to understand.
It’s very easy to use, you simply have to turn it on by sliding the slide to the on side and of by sliding it to the off side the on and off bit is wrote on the item. If there are 4 green light lit up then it means that the hand held hover is fully charged. As they go down it means that the battery is lower and lower meaning it needs to be charged. The battery can be charged 300-350 times. The hand held hover contains lead-acid batteries which must be disposed properly. To do this you must call up the vax care line.
On the front of the packet it has a picture of the hand held hover (which is blue and white) and at the side it has what the product is (a cordless handheld vacuum cleaner) on the other side it had what other items are in the box (a dusting brush, crevice tool, battery charger) on the top of the box it has the exactly the same, on the bottom of the box it has the exact same again.
On the back of the box it has some good information. It says on the back “at vax, we are passionate about floor care. We have created a range of patented products utilising state of the art technology for a wide range of house hold cleaning tasks, including everyday vacuuming, washing carpets and hard floors. No one cares about your home like vax does. The libretto (the hand held vacuum) is a 6-volt rechargeable handheld bagels vacuum cleaner. This small but powerful machine is quick and convenient to use and comes with a charging unit that doubles is that it has a led display that shows how much battery life it has left, and when the machine is fully charged ensuring that you can always finish any task. The libretto (hand held vacuum) is ideal for use in the car and around the home.” That’s what it says on the back I think is kind of good. It gives a lot of information. On the other side of the back it just has a picture of the item and shows you what part is which. It’s a good box with lots of info.
When ever I use it (which isn’t often because I rarely do any house work) I find it really good to use its very powerful and handy for those little jobs around the house or in the car. I would recommend this product. My mum uses it most and she loves it as well she says that it helps her out loads for the little odd jobs that need to be done.