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i wanna buy a good hoover £100 budget!

marko4ever24 Avatar
1d, 2m agoPosted 1 decade, 2 months ago
hi there looking for a decent hoover. got £100 budget. its for a charity.

can anyone find me a cracking deal? maybe by using a discount code or first time order code perhaps?

last night i stayed up till 2am looking for a cheap printer and in the end i could have saved my time coming here first and asking all your advice! (this time im learning!)

ta for your help in advance!
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1d, 2m agoPosted 1 decade, 2 months ago
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#1
I have a henry vacuum which is excellent ( the most sturdy/effective I've had despite its horrible looks!) and approx £90 or there is the bissell deal on amazon that I posted in hot deals for £99.99.
#2
Hi
I have a Henry too & its the best hoover i have ever had 10/10:-D
#3
pinkpie
I have a henry vacuum which is excellent ( the most sturdy/effective I've had despite its horrible looks!) and approx £90 or there is the bissell deal on amazon that I posted in hot deals for £99.99.


ta for that have u got a link?
#4
makro sometimes have them on the cheap!
#5
http://www.johnlewis.com/Electrical/Vacuum+Cleaners/Vacuum+Cleaners/Cylinder+/2612/230135086/Product.aspx?SearchTerm=henry

£93.00 - 1 In Stock - Use the £15 off code in the voucher section to get this for £78 :-D

Edit: Think there might be a free delivery code - if not then its £3.95
#6
last week macro had some dyson dc07 and dc08's on sale for £100+VAT. bargain.
#7
I loved my dyson at first and used to swear by them but then it became really useless and started to fall apart..

I didn't like the look of the henry at all but you only have to look at how many cleaning companies use them to see that they must be good and I wouldn't swap it for anything now. They even had one in the warehouse where I worked and that took a right hammering but lasted for ages.
#8
Hi Marko

If it's for charity you could do worse than this:

http://www.poundstretcher.co.uk/pdf/instore02dirt.pdf

It's a cylinder-style 1400W dirt-devil vac for £21.50!

Me old mum bought one this week, since their house has mostly wooden floors and she only needed a small and light unit for doing the stairs, bless her!

OMG - I've just admitted my mum shops in poundstretchers...the horror!
#9
Oh forgot to mention...

It's NOT bagless, but is permanent bag, which means you can empty it and wash it in the machine. It also comes with a spare washable bag.

I don't fancy the idea of washing hoover bags in my own washing machine, but it was someone else's....

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