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Henry Hoover Any cheaper ?

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2y, 1w agoPosted 2 years, 1 week ago
Planning to get henry hoover.

To me the cheapest is for 99 £ at Currys, any other cheapest deal would be highly appreciated.

http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/search-keywords/xx_xx_xx_xx_xx/henry%2Bhoover/xx-criteria.html
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2y, 1w agoPosted 2 years, 1 week ago
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#1
Incidentally I've been waiting on another sale on the Henry too - I've seen on here that they regularly drop by quite a bit, but no new deals have come up in the last few weeks. Want a Henry for home as I've got one at work and it works really well and frankly, I'm tired of fixing the Miele hoover I've got, its so bad, you'd think it was made by Fix-Or-Repair-Daily.
#2
buy from Very.co.uk with 10% new customer discount + 10% cashback with quidco
#4
Some in my local Asda £80 in Chelmsford
#5
Watch out for the length of vac pipe. I think I'm right In saying that they sell Henry vacs with a 2.5m pipe. The cheep offers tend to be the vacum with 1.8m pipe which is to short.
#6
Do you really want one?

We have one at work and we used to have one at home, I didn't rate them at all. They're OK for getting something up that has been dropped on top of the carpet but they don't clean deep into the carpet (I think it is the lack of brush bar).

The suction still appeared good on ours but we weren't happy - we bought a Vax air3 on the Amazon lightning deal for £50 which has been much much better. We hoovered the house with the Henry about half an hour before the Vax arrived. When we use the Vax it managed to fill up straight away on the first rug. The amount the Henry was leaving was astounding.

Henry is now probably looking sad in the loft!
#7
nbuuifx
Do you really want one?

We have one at work and we used to have one at home, I didn't rate them at all. They're OK for getting something up that has been dropped on top of the carpet but they don't clean deep into the carpet (I think it is the lack of brush bar).

The suction still appeared good on ours but we weren't happy - we bought a Vax air3 on the Amazon lightning deal for £50 which has been much much better. We hoovered the house with the Henry about half an hour before the Vax arrived. When we use the Vax it managed to fill up straight away on the first rug. The amount the Henry was leaving was astounding.

Henry is now probably looking sad in the loft!

Beat me to it. Okay for surface dust/dirt otherwise pants, there's one in our shed you're welcome to.
If you want something with a bit of umph, you'll need to be quick as EU regs now/will limit the power consumption of new vacs. More watts does not mean it cleans better.
Check Aldi/Lidl for their wet n dry workshop vacs much better than Henry's but a little taller.

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