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Henry Hoover Only £63.75 instore @ Homebase using 15% voucher. Starts Sunday 3rd May

£63.75 @ Homebase
Henry Hoover Will be going down in price to £75 on Sunday 3rd of May. There is currently a 15% off voucher for Homebase that you can dwonload and print to use on this purchase. Note voucher expires Mo… Read More
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Henry Hoover Will be going down in price to £75 on Sunday 3rd of May. There is currently a 15% off voucher for Homebase that you can dwonload and print to use on this purchase. Note voucher expires Monday 4th May so only 2 days to get this great price!
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#1
having read reviews on Amazon, this is a MUST buy, heat added :thumbsup:

http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews3993.html
#2
Can the voucher be used with the current 10% off everything deal making it 25% off ?
#3
best hoover ive ever had, recommended
#4
littld
best hoover ive ever had, recommended


what they said:thumbsup:
#5
got mine from Littlewoods last week for £61 using the £30 off code for new customers. Still a great price though. Cracking hoover too.
#6
redlight
Can the voucher be used with the current 10% off everything deal making it 25% off ?

The 15% voucher can be used on the 10% days, but will only give you a total of 15% and not 25%
#7
redlight:
Can the voucher be used with the current 10% off everything deal making it 25% off ?

timlush
The 15% voucher can be used on the 10% days, but will only give you a total of 15% and not 25%


Plus the price does not drop until Sunday.
#8
Dyson or Henry? Which one is better?
#9
My girlfriend swears by these things! Personally I think I'd rather have a Dyson.

Seriously good price, heat added :thumbsup:
banned#10
siliconbits
Dyson or Henry? Which one is better?


Having owned both I'd say Henry is better.

The dyson needs to be cleaned after every vacuum otherwise it has problems sucking.

Henry needs bags but always has a strong suction and the bags are cheap anyway plus one bag lasts a very long time.

Dyson's are a far more expensive and you're probably paying for the design more than anything else. Pricewise you could probably get a Henry with about 50 bags for the same price as a dyson.
#11
Can someone post a link for the voucher the other one seems to be dead - great deal :thumbsup:
#12
siliconbits;5099959
Dyson or Henry? Which one is better?


Henry by a long shot.

Dyson=Style over function
Henry=Function over style
#13
mrtea;5100089

Henry needs bags but always has a strong suction and the bags are cheap anyway plus one bag lasts a very long time.


The Henry doesn't have to be used with a bag, so long as the large cloth filter is installed. It's the original bagless vac!

You have the option of using a bag though. A bag makes it cleaner to empty.
#15
mrtea
The dyson needs to be cleaned after every vacuum otherwise it has problems sucking.

Henry needs bags but always has a strong suction and the bags are cheap anyway plus one bag lasts a very long time.

Dyson's are a far more expensive and you're probably paying for the design more than anything else. Pricewise you could probably get a Henry with about 50 bags for the same price as a dyson.


Clearly you don't undertstand that the cyclone technology in the Dyson was designed so that the suction power never drops. That is what a Dyson is all about.

Anything with a bag by default loses suction power as the bag fills up. It always has. This is common sense :whistling:

As for the deal the Henry is a great cleaner nonetheless.
#16
Is this Henry the latest model?
The Hetty version description says HVR200-22 the Henry does not say which model.
BillyBits
#17
littld
best hoover ive ever had, recommended


Me too! This is such a good deal it makes me wish I didn't already have one and unlike the Dyson gimmicks they also last for years and years.
#18
ekko star
Clearly you don't undertstand that the cyclone technology in the Dyson was designed so that the suction power never drops. That is what a Dyson is all about.
.


Ha ha. I've got a Dyson and it simply isn't true that the suction never drops, it does, and when it drops it drops dramatically. Admittedly it's probably the 'washable' filters that need replacing but the Henry has better suction to start with and I'd sooner buy cheap Henry bags from ebay than expensive not-really-washable Dyson filters.
#19
great find. Fantastic Hoover
banned#20
ekko star
Clearly you don't undertstand that the cyclone technology in the Dyson was designed so that the suction power never drops. That is what a Dyson is all about.

Anything with a bag by default loses suction power as the bag fills up. It always has. This is common sense


The dysons filter has to be cleaned or it loses suction.

Clearly you don't understand. :whistling:
#21
siliconbits
Dyson or Henry? Which one is better?



only one way to find out.................................................fight!
#22
seeweed
only one way to find out.................................................fight!


googlefight

http://www.googlefight.com/index.php?lang=en_GB&word1=dyson&word2=henry
#23
mrtea
The dysons filter has to be cleaned or it loses suction.

Clearly you don't understand. :whistling:


The filter has nothing to do with the dyson being full. If you haven't cleaned your filter you'll lose performance if the thing was empty.

I'm wondering do you even know how to use a vacuum properly ?:p
#24
Well this sucks. >_>
banned#25
ekko star
The filter has nothing to do with the dyson being full. If you haven't cleaned your filter you'll lose performance if the thing was empty.


A dyson loses performance if the filter is not clean as I have already said, you said 'anything with a bag by default loses suction power as the bag fills up', try not to get confused.

You need to learn how to plug in your vacuum and actually use it rather than recite Dyson sale pitches about their 'Cyclone Technology' with their 'suction never drops' lines. :p
#26
ekko star
Clearly you don't undertstand that the cyclone technology in the Dyson was designed so that the suction power never drops. That is what a Dyson is all about.

Anything with a bag by default loses suction power as the bag fills up. It always has. This is common sense :whistling:

As for the deal the Henry is a great cleaner nonetheless.


The idea of the dyson was good... but in pratical terms having used both... the dyson's so called no suction loss is a big GIMMICK! and the hard fact is that henry wins hands down

Btw excellent deal brought mine from homebase when they had offer for £72... now someone interested to take my sh*t dyson away il pay a tenner ;-)
#27
Good news I have just found out that the Hetty will also be this price as of tomorrow morning!!!

http://www.allergymatters.com/acatalog/VCNUM002_Hetty_XL.jpg
#28
the dyson guy was very clever in that he was first to show you what the vacum had actually picked up via the see through chamber so people were disgusted and amazed at what it had picked up it isnt any better than a conventional one just all the dust was in bags so we never really seen it.

ive had top of range dyson .........was garbage always getting blockages and suckion was good for about a week


henry ...............................everyone should have one best budget vacuum by a mile
#29
mrtea
A dyson loses performance if the filter is not clean as I have already said, you said 'anything with a bag by default loses suction power as the bag fills up', try not to get confused.

You need to learn how to plug in your vacuum and actually use it rather than recite Dyson sale pitches about their 'Cyclone Technology' with their 'suction never drops' lines. :p


Frankly mate it sounds like your getting desperate ........You always get one on a thread. :roll:

If your mrs asked you to get the hoover you'd probably pull out the iron. Cheers for the laugh :giggle:
#30
Had two bagless Vax's with a turbo brush head and the things hardly ever turned, but when we got a George (CarPet washer, Wet and dry Henry vac equivalent) the thing spun up like it would take off, and it picked up so much more!
So dumped the Vax's and now just use the George, but for this price I think we may be looking at a Hetty!
#31
Had my dyson 18 months and it was knackered, bought Henry and had that 3 years with the same suction as day one, get out there and get one.
banned#32
ekko star
Frankly mate it sounds like your getting desperate


From the guy who resorted to petty playground comments when he failed to make his 'point'. :roll:

Always get a Dyson fanboy in these Henry threads, who quote the 'Cyclone Technology', even though they only heard about it in the adverts. Advertisers must have a field day with you.

You're probably still using your Henry in the garden and wondering why your lawn isn't getting shorter. :whistling:
#33
dinglebin
got mine from Littlewoods last week for £61 using the £30 off code for new customers. Still a great price though. Cracking hoover too.


Me too!!
#34
Henry it doesn't have a beater bar does it? I always notice without it the carpets look flat unlike a Dyson which has and my Dyson which I have had for about 6 years still works well as long as you dismantle the cyclone bit once a year and clean out the little cones (which do get clogged up) will give a very good suction.Not dissing the Henry at all it is a good machine for the price but I wouldn't use it regularly on my Carpets prefer the Dyson.
#35
defo a good deal for those wanting a henry, its always a biggy HENRY vs Mike DYSON!!........... however Ive noticed there is a stock checker on the website, dont know how accurate. HOPE THAT HELPS! ps......anyone thinking dyson or henry???............... if its a hot deal, then go henry, you wont get a dyson for this price!!:whistling:
#36
75.00 online price only,84.99 in store they will not honour online price have just spent the last 15 minutes in homebase having a go over the online price,as it says on website you can collect in store!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#37
evista1
75.00 online price only,84.99 in store they will not honour online price have just spent the last 15 minutes in homebase having a go over the online price,as it says on website you can collect in store!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Guess that means it is not £63.75, but £72.24 (against the £84.99 price) using the 15% voucher if they will not price match their online price? Still a reasonable price, but not quite so hot...:whistling:

Edit: Phoned the local store and they were £75 for HRV200A Henry (latest model - I think(?)). Used the voucher to get it for £63.75 - many thanks OP!
#38
Just got back from my local store. Henry and Hetty reduced to £75.

Used the 15% voucher. Guy on the till couldn't be bothered to work out what 15% was so put it through as £60. What a bargain!!

Thanks for this.
#39
Just been to Cheltenham branch and £84.99 as previous quote. Couldn't find one and the manager dug one out from somewhere and then noticed the price. Still went for it as I was picking up gallons of shed preserver and got the 15% off that as well. Also got rid of £10 voucher that I had for Xmas that was gathering dust so happy anway.
Would suggest online £75 plus with 15% off using code DISC15, £5.80 delivery is the cheapest option from homebase. Follow other deals if you are quidco etc (CDiscount) could give you better deals.
#40
i have just been to the altrincham one and they had a sign up, reduced till the 10 i think .so got one with the 15% off.which was nice

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