Vax ev

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The Vax ev is a vacuum cleaner developed in 2011 which consists of a motor housed in flame-retardant corrugated cardboard.[1] The manufacturer claims it is the first vacuum cleaner to be housed in cardboard.[1] The vacuum cleaner was designed by Vax in coperation with Jake Tyler from Loughborough University.

As of September 2011 the vacuum is not yet commercially available.

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  1. ^ a b "'World's first' cardboard vacuum cleaner at IFA". Relaxnews (The Independent). 3 September 2011. Retrieved 9 September 2011.