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Henry Hoover half price at Sainsbury's instore £49.99

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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
Noticed the red Henry Hoover was half price at Sainsbury's White Rose and was told it was nation wide as part of their clearance

NOT nationwide buddies
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[mod]#1
Why cold they are £99 normally and a classic vacuum i must say.
#2
Great deal, henry is good and this is the cheapest I have ever seen, why is anyone voted cold. Heat added
1 Like #3
my thoughts exactly - reduced from £99 !!!! Find some where cheaper any one (except the toy one at Argos) and I will buy !!
1 Like #4
Bargain, got one of these a month or so ago, best price I found was £86, the vacuum of kings.8)
#5
good deal this is cheap
#6
After staff discount this would be ...£42.49... WOW! CHEAP!!
1 Like #7
Old house has one coming up on two decades use so £50 is amazing.
#8
I couldn't believe price either, tempted to get one - there were at least two there that I could see
#9
This should be the HOTTEST of the year!! - cheapest i could find last year after codes etc was £62..
#10
I will check my store asap. Hot from me.
#11
peggy79
I will check my store asap. Hot from me.

I would if you are thinking of getting one, but there were defo 2 in Leeds WR and that was as the store was closing so they will be there tomorrow when they open
#12
garbage456
£97 on website

that is why the post is only for offline
#13
This is a fantastic find i have been looking to get one of these for a while the cheapest i could find was £79 which i think was sainsburys thanks op
#14
any in folkestone anyone know please.
#15
Does this come with any attachments?
#16
Absolute steal.
#17
sure does, the usual floor, crevice, soft horse hair style, upholstery etc... and 3 or 4 bags, and a nice red henry bag to keep the tools in.

greg55678
Does this come with any attachments?
#18
If a vacuum cleaner could ever be called legendary then that vacuum cleaner would be Henry! A steal at £50
#19
Fantastic deal on a fantastic hoover! I find the turbobrush (sold separately) really useful on carpets
jough
sure does, the usual floor, crevice, soft horse hair style, upholstery etc... and 3 or 4 bags, and a nice red henry bag to keep the tools in.

greg55678
Does this come with any attachments?


Fantastic deal on a fantastic hoover! I find the turbobrush (sold separately) really useful on carpets
#20
battelaxe
Great deal, henry is good and this is the cheapest I have ever seen, why is anyone voted cold. Heat added

Cold voters prob male teens or men as I am always reminded dont know how to vacuum.
Also homebase have been selling these over the past few months for £75 instore only
There are a couple of red models one has one power and other two power and boost, homebase has the better one.



Edited By: caverncity on Jan 01, 2011 21:05
#21
fab deal, hot! :)
#22
How to order it online? its showing £97 online. is it only in store? pls help . i am in desparate need of one and this is a fantastic offer.
#23
savelife
How to order it online? its showing £97 online. is it only in store? pls help . i am in desparate need of one and this is a fantastic offer.


instore only, that's why it say's instore in the title

Edited By: nicster08 on Jan 01, 2011 21:09
2 Likes #24
Post needs to be edited.
Henry is not a "hoover". Hoover is a brand name.
The correct term is Henry vacuum cleaner.

Why do people believe "hoover" means vacuum cleaner? It does not.
It shows a lack of common sense!
9 Likes #25
Common Sense
Post needs to be edited.
Henry is not a "hoover". Hoover is a brand name.
The correct term is Henry vacuum cleaner.

Why do people believe "hoover" means vacuum cleaner? It does not.
It shows a lack of common sense!


Grow up, we're not in school anymore, everyone knows what the deals for!

(Correct my English if I'm wrong Sir)
5 Likes #26
Common Sense
Post needs to be edited.Henry is not a "hoover". Hoover is a brand name.The correct term is Henry vacuum cleaner.Why do people believe "hoover" means vacuum cleaner? It does not.It shows a lack of common sense!

Your comment shows a lack of common sense !
#27
Very hot! JUst bought mine a few weeks back from Homebase for £79 and I thought that was a great offer. Have some heat.
1 Like #28
I don't really get why these are good vacuums, sure they will last forever and industry standard but for home use try using on stairs and suction isn't that good.
Still at this price it's a good buy if you don't have stairs ;)
6 Likes #29
Common Sense
Post needs to be edited.
Henry is not a "hoover". Hoover is a brand name.
The correct term is Henry vacuum cleaner.

Why do people believe "hoover" means vacuum cleaner? It does not.
It shows a lack of common sense!



Grow up mate!
#30
darkovo
I don't really get why these are good vacuums, sure they will last forever and industry standard but for home use try using on stairs and suction isn't that good.Still at this price it's a good buy if you don't have stairs ;)

great for general cleaning and dog hairs though
7 Likes #31
Common Sense
Post needs to be edited.Henry is not a "hoover". Hoover is a brand name.The correct term is Henry vacuum cleaner.Why do people believe "hoover" means vacuum cleaner? It does not.It shows a lack of common sense!

If you want to be clever, read a dictionary... you will find that people believe "hoover" means vacuum cleaner because "HOOVER" MEANS VACUUM CLEANER!!!.... Hoover has long been accepted as part of the English Language as a term used to describe the use of a vacuum cleaner. Therefore a vacuum cleaner does not need to be branded by Hoover in order to be referred to as a Hoover... common sense really (how ironic).

For your benefit..... (so you can say you learned something today)
hoover (Hoo-ver)
–verb (used with object) ( often initial capital letter ) Chiefly British .
to clean with a vacuum cleaner.
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Origin:
1925–30; after the trademark of a vacuum cleaner manufacturer
5 Likes #32
Common Sense
Post needs to be edited.
Henry is not a "hoover". Hoover is a brand name.
The correct term is Henry vacuum cleaner.

Why do people believe "hoover" means vacuum cleaner? It does not.
It shows a lack of common sense!


"Oh look how clever and knowledgeable I am about the word 'Hoover'! I obviously didn't just read this up on Wikipedia! :D"
#33
how does this compare to a small dyson?
1 Like #34
It depends which dictionary you read.

Yes, "Hoover" is used to refer to a vacuum cleaner by ignorant people who do not understand it is a brand of vacuum cleaner (trademark). I noticed you used the word "believe".

I suspect such ingorant people also say "haitch" instead of "aitch".
Why? Because they say it has a "huh" sound.
I wonder, if, using the same logic say say "fef", "lel", "mem" etc.

Saying "hoover" for vacuum cleaner is as igorant as saying "Cadbury" for chocolate.
What is wrong in using the correct terms? Stubborness?
5 Likes #35
Common Sense
It depends which dictionary you read.Yes, "Hoover" is used to refer to a vacuum cleaner by ignorant people who do not understand it is a brand of vacuum cleaner (trademark). I noticed you used the word "believe".I suspect such ingorant people also say "haitch" instead of "aitch".Why? Because they say it has a "huh" sound.I wonder, if, using the same logic say say "fef", "lel", "mem" etc.Saying "hoover" for vacuum cleaner is as igorant as saying "Cadbury" for chocolate.What is wrong in using the correct terms? Stubborness?

I think you should get out more !
2 Likes #36
Common Sense
It depends which dictionary you read.

Yes, "Hoover" is used to refer to a vacuum cleaner by ignorant people who do not understand it is a brand of vacuum cleaner (trademark). I noticed you used the word "believe".

I suspect such ingorant people also say "haitch" instead of "aitch".
Why? Because they say it has a "huh" sound.
I wonder, if, using the same logic say say "fef", "lel", "mem" etc.

Saying "hoover" for vacuum cleaner is as igorant as saying "Cadbury" for chocolate.
What is wrong in using the correct terms? Stubborness?


I believe the word you are searching for is 'pedant'.

Plenty of people refer to their vacuum cleaner as a hoover. So what?
#37
I've used one of these for years, i falls down the stairs, gets stuck between chairs and the pipe is to short to clean in the car, but would i recommend one.. hell yes, a real work horse and I never put bags in it!

Edited By: darul on Jan 01, 2011 21:56
#38
Forget your Dyson - This is the best vacuum cleaner money can buy even at £99!! Heat added.
#39
Common Sense
It depends which dictionary you read.

Yes, "Hoover" is used to refer to a vacuum cleaner by ignorant people who do not understand it is a brand of vacuum cleaner (trademark). I noticed you used the word "believe".

I suspect such ingorant people also say "haitch" instead of "aitch".
Why? Because they say it has a "huh" sound.
I wonder, if, using the same logic say say "fef", "lel", "mem" etc.

Saying "hoover" for vacuum cleaner is as igorant as saying "Cadbury" for chocolate.
What is wrong in using the correct terms? Stubborness?

Would common sense not dictate that if you don't like it, you ignore it, and don't rant unnecessarily at people in a forum!?
#40
Common Sense
It depends which dictionary you read.

Yes, "Hoover" is used to refer to a vacuum cleaner by ignorant people who do not understand it is a brand of vacuum cleaner (trademark). I noticed you used the word "believe".

I suspect such ingorant people also say "haitch" instead of "aitch".
Why? Because they say it has a "huh" sound.
I wonder, if, using the same logic say say "fef", "lel", "mem" etc.

Saying "hoover" for vacuum cleaner is as igorant as saying "Cadbury" for chocolate.
What is wrong in using the correct terms? Stubborness?

Would common sense not dictate that if you don't like it, you ignore it, and don't rant unnecessarily at people in a forum!?

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