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Not a stylish vacuum by any means, but the choice a lot of local authorities and businesses due to its robustness and effectiveness.

Quite simply, it's a vacuum cleaner.
No bells, no whistles, and you don't have the pleasure of seeing your dust through the see-through sides.

Henry vacuum cleaner = £99.95
10 bags = £ 4.95

The price is only available to new customers who use the code SHE851PCH445.
I believe if a previous customer makes a new account with a different e-mail address, they will receive the discount.

The code used is for a £20 discount, for a minimum £100 spend. If you don't require the bags, you can buy a cheaper 'filler' item to get the total amount paid cheaper.

Remember to purchase through quidco , John Lewis pay 6% for electrical purchases, so this will possibly bring your total down to ~£79.81

Delivery is free.
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#1
Robust and effective vacuums. Though ours has been relegated to 'hardcore' vacuuming action like DIY and coal fire cleaning these days - it's been going for years. And it's got a little smiley face... what more do you want? :)

I have found ebay to be the cheapest place for new bags. £3.60 for 10 delivered through a seller xxxxxxxxxxx
#2
Best hoover we've ever owned, attachments are extensive, it's quiet, (doesn't scare the cat !) the kids can ride on it, never needed to use it on anything but low power, it does what it says on the tin, 100%.
#3
This is a marvelous machine. We had one at work(a 10bedroom house) and it kept going for about 8 years. Moved on to dysons which dont seem to last anywhere as near as long
#4
might not be stylish but it does the job good and proper....great bargain price.
#5
We got one before Christmas and it's great - I used to have one in our Halls of Residence at Uni (quite a few years ago now - ah, those were the days) They last forever and the best thing for us is that the wire is so long we can vacuum the whole house without having to unlpug the little fella.

Did you know that it can be bought in different colours, including a pink one (Hetty) for any of you girly girls out there. Not sure on stockists though.
#6
These are excellent for heavy dust and bits of rubble good solid well built things, but not in the same league as a Dyson for normal domestic use.
#7
And if, like me, you can't shop at John Lewis as they don't accept your card, or you are not a first time buyer, then don't forget that at [url]www.duck.co.uk [/url] -you can get it for £83.93 with 4% quidco.
#8
Thats a great price for a Henry. We've had ours a while now and he is virtually indestructible,hes been used for building rubble to sand and saw dust. p.s he's even great at normal stuff like hoovering the carpets ;-)he'sa lot better performer than the other 3 times the price fancy looking machines
You wont regret buying a Henry .:)
#9
mx-3
These are excellent for heavy dust and bits of rubble good solid well built things, but not in the same league as a Dyson for normal domestic use.


I'm considering getting a Henry for normal domestic use as my Dyson is on its last legs. What makes a Dyson better than the Henry for normal domestic use?
#10
Could anyone tell if this is a better deal?

http://www.cleanstore.co.uk/products/Productcustom.asp?ID=203

Numatic have designed the 'Henry' HVR200-22 to include a full Twinflo' 2-stage motor giving exceptional performance. Hi-Lo operation allows different power for different surfaces and applications. Efficient Tritex filtration system + Microflo' dust bags - clean & easy emptying.
Numatic provide a fully comprehensive, standard accessory kit - some tools in stainless steel.
A professional, efficient machine. £91.88(inc. vat)

Free Delivery
Free Products
1. Get Numatic 1C Vacuum Bags . Total value of £4.75 (inc. vat) FREE when you purchase the Red Henry
2. Get Upgrade Tritex Filter to Microfresh Filter .Total value of £11.58 (inc. vat) FREE when you purchase the Red Henry
#11
Dear Mr Echo;1453215
........I have found ebay to be the cheapest place for new bags. £3.60 for 10 delivered through a seller xxxxxxxxxxx


No ebay pointers pls.. :)
#12
ha ha reminds me of a Russel Brand joke : )
#13
wot?! ... £90 for a vacuum cleaner?

You gotta be kidding me.

I'm sure any vac from a reputable manufacturer such as electrolux, hoover etc (dyson excluded) will last just as long. I've been using the same electrolux for 10 years now!

Not to mention the Henry is butt ugly...

cold cold cold...
#14
Henry's are great. Forget the cost issue - the others are simply making money on gimmicks and brands.

I've had one for 15 years, it's been bashed, dropped down the stairs (being round they roll) and generally abused. But it always keeps going.
#15
suni
Could anyone tell if this is a better deal?

http://www.cleanstore.co.uk/products/Productcustom.asp?ID=203

Numatic have designed the 'Henry' HVR200-22 to include a full Twinflo' 2-stage motor giving exceptional performance. Hi-Lo operation allows different power for different surfaces and applications. Efficient Tritex filtration system + Microflo' dust bags - clean & easy emptying.
Numatic provide a fully comprehensive, standard accessory kit - some tools in stainless steel.
A professional, efficient machine. £91.88(inc. vat)

Free Delivery
Free Products
1. Get Numatic 1C Vacuum Bags . Total value of £4.75 (inc. vat) FREE when you purchase the Red Henry
2. Get Upgrade Tritex Filter to Microfresh Filter .Total value of £11.58 (inc. vat) FREE when you purchase the Red Henry

I wouldn't bother with the two-stage motor. It just means that you can reduce the suction electrically rather than with the switch on the hose/pipe. There is no other vacuum cleaner on this earth with a stronger suction. The only other hoover which came close to the Henry was the Hoover Constellation from the 1970's. Dyson is good when new but cloggs up after a while unless you buy their over-priced replacement filters and even then...... There is no filters to buy for the Henry (you can even run it without the paper bags (although not recommended long-term).
#16
Im a cleaner as a part time job. Been using the same Henry for 3 years, 5 days a week. Nothing has ever happened to it. It is true this are world renowned for the durability, power etc.

Thats why I laugh when someone says that Dyson's are great, not only should I KNOW! but they are incredibly annoying to get into corners and they are so combursome. You pull little Henry along.

btw henry has a gf, cant remember her name!? in pink/.
#17
This is 99.95
need it to be £100 to get the free delivery and the code

anyone know a cheap filler i can add.

The pack of 10 bags are £4.50
should i just add this or can i get the bags cheaper elsewhere
#18
k9plus1

I'm sure any vac from a reputable manufacturer such as electrolux, hoover etc (dyson excluded) will last just as long. I've been using the same electrolux for 10 years now!

cold cold cold...


I have yet to see a bad review of the Henry, including Which. This is more than can be said for most of the 'reputable' manufacturers, particularly the fragile Dysons. Try to guess, why cleaning companies favour this over other brands?
#19
pet2000
There is no other vacuum cleaner on this earth with a stronger suction.


No kidding - it really does suck to the floor. Maybe not the best vac actually for someone with health issues - bad breathing etc, as he can be hard work - but that's testament to the suction. Dyson's are gimmicky in comparison.

Highly Recommended!!
#20
jinkssick

btw henry has a gf, cant remember her name!? in pink/.


Hetty.

He also has a brother, Charles IRC.
#21
http://www.webwinkels.eu/homeparts/files/products/HettyHose.jpg
http://www.office365.co.uk/im/pim/446457.jpg
http://www.ace-cleaning-equipment.com/george%20and%20james.jpg

We also got a free beach ball with Henry's face on it.
#22
savagevixen
And if, like me, you can't shop at John Lewis as they don't accept your card, or you are not a first time buyer, then don't forget that at [url]www.duck.co.uk [/url] -you can get it for £83.93 with 4% quidco.


went for this option, cheers :thumbsup:
#23
We got a Henry to replace our dyson that just kept breaking down, Henry is fantastic!!
#24
Thanks to the people posting in the Dyson offer comments last year, saying that the Henry was better, I bought one and it is indeed superb :thumbsup:

I will not touch a Dyson again,and going back to the bags hasn't bothered us at all, there is an excellent filter section. Dysons are too noisy, getting too complicated to pack away and hardwork to use.

Apparently Henry is also considered quite trendy amoung the rich and famous :roll:
#25
edi
No ebay pointers pls.. :)


Forgive me! :)
#26
iamasikman
This is 99.95
need it to be £100 to get the free delivery and the code

anyone know a cheap filler i can add.

The pack of 10 bags are £4.50
should i just add this or can i get the bags cheaper elsewhere


For the sakes of this deal you may as well just get the bags at the same time but for future purposes the bags can be had cheaper... have a look through the thread for tips!
#27
For all the Henry lovers out there, can I also suggest that you try the Airo Head - an air-powered turbo brush (WARNING: this does scare the cats) but it works really well on carpets.....
http://www.cleanstore.co.uk/products/Product.asp?ID=1324
#28
http://www.cleanstore.co.uk/images/large/598a.JPG This one is called "Numatic". The other Hoovers made fun of him at school. :x
#29
Vacuum Zealots... :!: comparing bananas with coconuts again...

A Henry's great for the cars, shopfloors, big lumps of debris etc, been using them since I was a teenager working in Currys, it's a good old suction sledgehammer and pretty cheap. Not so good if you have to navigate staircases though IMHO.

My Dyson (an old DC01) is the daddy in the house for the carpets and rugs, can't beat a beater bar for the shagpile. Doesn't have to be a Dyson mind, just any good upright with decent pulverising power to keep the carpets fresh, it's actually pretty good with the suction wand too, but the Henry's design naturally lends it to be easily pulled around, unlike an upright.

If you have the room and the dosh, get both, one does not equally cancel out the other.
#30
k9plus1
wot?! ... £90 for a vacuum cleaner?

You gotta be kidding me.


£90 is cheap for a vacuum cleaner, £ for £ I don't think you will find a better vacuum.

k9plus1


I'm sure any vac from a reputable manufacturer such as electrolux, hoover etc (dyson excluded) will last just as long. I've been using the same electrolux for 10 years now!


I very much doubt that any vacuum cleaner will last as long. This is one tough cookie.

k9plus1


Not to mention the Henry is butt ugly...

cold cold cold...


If you want to make out with a vacuum cleaner, get a Dyson they're pretty, and don't lose their suction ;-) if you want one to clean your floors get a Henry. :)
#31
Hahaha... nice one ;)
#32
great vacume have one and its great
#33
HOT, and a great vacuum cleaner. We had a Dyson but gave up with the bits failing off and poor performance. Henry just works, no gadgets to go wrong.
#34
Henry's are superb, well worth the money.
#35
we've had a dyson, kirby, and recently some cheap thing that cost £60. All 3 havent last long (well to be fair, the kirby was actually very reliable, but then it did cost the earth). We have a henry or two at work - never any problems!
#36
I bought the refurbed Bissell 'Lift Off' that was a hot deal for £30 a few months back as a more sexy upgrade to our Henry. We used the Bissell for a couple of weeks but soon reverted to Henry as it's far better vac. We've had our Henry for almost 10 years and it's still going strong. Highly recommended!
#37
We have a Henry at work.. it doesn't even need a bag to operate, it just fills itself up. :-D
#38
Nookster
Vacuum Zealots... :!: comparing bananas with coconuts again...

A Henry's great for the cars, shopfloors, big lumps of debris etc, been using them since I was a teenager working in Currys, it's a good old suction sledgehammer and pretty cheap. Not so good if you have to navigate staircases though IMHO.


Think you've been hit on the head with coconuts, IMHO, it has 2 extentions and reaches the top of our stairs comfortably, we've had several hoovers, bagless and otherwise and the Henry beats them all hands down, there's 7 of us in the house so it's an appliance that gets used everyday. (at least once)

Yes it is also good for industrial use but that's just a great testiment on its versatility and usefulness.

:whistling:
#39
Another thumbs up for the Henry from me.

Got one in October and it has been great so far. Also had one in Student halls, which somehow survived the abuse we used to dish out to it (you know what students can be like).

Bottom line is that it has great suction, high capacity and is extremely durable.
And this is a good price for one.. I say they are easily worth more (and still built in Britain!).
#40
Likely2
Think you've been hit on the head with coconuts, IMHO, it has 2 extentions and reaches the top of our stairs comfortably, we've had several hoovers, bagless and otherwise and the Henry beats them all hands down, there's 7 of us in the house so it's an appliance that gets used everyday. (at least once)

Yes it is also good for industrial use but that's just a great testiment on its versatility and usefulness.

:whistling:


Jeez... That last sentence sounded like a Vax P.O.S and marketing tape I had to endure back in eighties, presented by Michaela Strachan in her Hitmen and Her days :w00t:

Anyway, specific tools for specific jobs does not equal a cylinder being better than an upright, or vice versa. Leaving your vac at the bottom of the stairs is great and all, until you want to actually do the upstairs :p

And as good as a Henry is, I'd rather carry an upright up the stairs, than batter a fat cylinder vac (and it's leads, and it's hose, and it's attachments) against the walls, bannisters, and my legs, I used to have to have the bruises to prove it!

Suction alone doesn't rejuvenate pile anyway, I keep both my soldiers, as I have done for about 10 and 12 years apiece.

I will say that this vacuum cleaner fanboism is getting scary :lol:

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