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BOSCH Red cylinder cleaner Was £140 now £56.00

£56.00 @ Debenhams
Get the hoover at this price if you use atatched vouchers for free delivery and 20% discount!!!! £140 reduced to £70 Adjustable floor tool for use on carpets and hard floors. 2 large back wheels for …
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8y, 9m agoFound 8 years, 9 months ago
Get the hoover at this price if you use atatched vouchers for free delivery and 20% discount!!!! £140 reduced to £70
Adjustable floor tool for use on carpets and hard floors. 2 large back wheels for stability, 1 front swivel wheel for extra manoeuvrability. Dust-bag change indicator. Parking & storage aids. Operating radius 8 metres. This product was previously on sale at the higher price in 6 Debenhams stores.

Item No3250080132

3.5 litre dust-bag capacity

Automatic cut out when dust bag not in place

Variable browning control

Efficient Air Clean 2 filtration

Includes combi tool, crevice & upholstery nozzles

2200 watt

Please go easy, first posting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Can anyone tell me how to add picture? Thanks!
COMES DOWN TO £52.94 WITH QUIDCO!!
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#1
Variable browning control? mmmm makes toast while it hoovers. :thumbsup:
#2
Is this for a Hoover or a Bosch?

Confused!!
#3
I'ts a Bosch
#4
:whistling:
mumofthree;2285308
I'ts a Bosch


Get the hoover at this price if you use atatched vouchers for free delivery and 20% discount!!!! £140 reduced to £70


Good find though.


:-D

Another here.
And just £40.00 delivered for this VAX Bagless.
http://www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_10001_10001_18319_556683_-1

http://www.debenhams.com/images/products/lrg/20080222_325008012345_LRG.JPG
#5
Aren't they generally called hoovers anyway? They are where I come from
#6
mumofthree;2285403
Aren't they generally called hoovers anyway? They are where I come from

Ha Ha. Yes, sort of.

Hoover is the trade name of the company.

It's actually called a vacuum cleaner. :)
#7
mumofthree
Aren't they generally called hoovers anyway? They are where I come from


Yes here too. That brand name kinda became the generic term used for any vacuum cleaner. Like.. a flymo. Lots of those hover mowers are not made by flymo, but they're generally called that.

Rizla - pedantic!! *spank*
#8
oooh i desperately need a vacuum!!!! Which is the best anyone reckon??? there is also this one
http://www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_10001_10001_18321_424191_-1
More pricey than others but isnt "hoover" a good rel;iable brand?? plus it started at mor ein first place so still a good deal?? i know nothing about vacuums and everyone seems to have totally different opinions on brands ie hating dyson etc etc.....:oops:
#9
the26thchoice;2289328
oooh i desperately need a vacuum!!!! Which is the best anyone reckon???


I desperately need one too, i've been using one of those awful manual ones since I moved into my flat 14 months ago :oops:

I have approximately £6 spare to buy one....
#10
I would go for the bagless version everytime. The bags on the small vacuum machines fill quickly and are expensive to replace. Eventually the manufacture will stop making suitable bags for your vacuum, forcing you to buy a whole new machine. :x

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