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Henry Xtra HVX200A with Air Driven Power Brush £117.95 @ One Stop Cleaning Shop

£117.95 @ One Stop Cleaning Shop
4 FREE DUST BAGS + FREE NEXT WORKING DAY DELIVERY + FREE 2 YEAR WARRANTY A vacuum cleaner for picking up pet hairs that really works! The new turbo head with its rotating brush combined with the … Read More
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4 FREE DUST BAGS + FREE NEXT WORKING DAY DELIVERY + FREE 2 YEAR WARRANTY

A vacuum cleaner for picking up pet hairs that really works! The new turbo head with its rotating brush combined with the new super power 2 speed motor makes light work of vacuuming problem carpets
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#1
Best hoover I've every used and the only pet one I've found that actually picks up pet hair from the carpet (and first time too)!

Would highly recommend.
#2
my wifes blown up 2 of our dysons, time for a change.
#3
You can buy the Henry frequently at B&Q for around £80. Sounds a lot of extra money (£40) for the brush. I agree with the above poster, Henry rules. Wouldn't use anything else.
#4
pet2000
You can buy the Henry frequently at B&Q for around £80. Sounds a lot of extra money (£40) for the brush. I agree with the above poster, Henry rules. Wouldn't use anything else.


Quick question. I have a Henry (rescued from a neighbour's house. Thrown out due to loss of suction, hot it home and washed the filter all fine now) when I got it it had a paper dust bag. Do I need to get new paper bags or are these optional?

Also an views on where to get bags, clones vs original etc welcome.


Edited By: frownbreaker on Apr 18, 2011 15:15
#5
Henrys are great for DIY clear up and rough stuff but hopeless on carpets - in fact the standard head increases wear.

Even with this air driven turbo head, not enough power to the beather brush. The electric power head is the one you need.

People swearstandard Henrys work on carpets. I have one and I can tell you without question that they need a powered beater brush to work at all.
#6
androoski
Henrys are great for DIY clear up and rough stuff but hopeless on carpets - in fact the standard head increases wear.

Even with this air driven turbo head, not enough power to the beather brush. The electric power head is the one you need.

People swearstandard Henrys work on carpets. I have one and I can tell you without question that they need a powered beater brush to work at all.


Thanks for this. I hope this is the case. We have Dyson units at home and they suffer after the builders leave I have to rebuilt them! I'm hoping the Henry will work better on the builders dust work. Will keep the Dyson for regular cleaning.

FYI the reasons the Dyson units fail with building dust is that they work using a cyclone, and to operate the vortex needs to have a specific air speed, the fine particals of rock in plaster etc are very heavy and numerous so the vortex speed drops below critical the cyclone effect is reduced and the motor and filters get clogged and this blocks the air flow that cools the motor and then the thermal cut-out shuts down the motor! Which is why I need to rebuild mine after cleaning building dust! Oh if you have a DC07 that overheats this might be due to a failed thermal cut-out on the motor. Its a £4 part on ebay. I have 2 DC07 both had this fault, replace the cut-out and both have been fine. It was the anti arch capacitor in these that failed, creating an arch which overheated the motor that tripped the thermal cut out!

Any views on if I need to use a paper bag for the Henry and if the copy bags on Ebay are good are there any good suppliers on ebay / the net? Dustbags.co.uk etc??

http://www.amazon.co.uk/NUMATIC-HENRY-Hoover-Vacuum-Cleaner/dp/B002AH01IC

http://www.henryvacs.co.uk/acatalog/Hepa_Flo_bags_NVM-1CH_.html#a604015 look nice but £12.50 in VAT and delivery!!

Fleabay is £7.20 Item number: 310254235401 if that's the same?

Might go for these Item number: 310152375376 that the folk used for my Dyson spares says double walled paper plus rubber membrane and elastic close copies. £4.49 delivered

or might for these Hepa clones Item number: 160368865567 almost 2000 sold £4.95 delivered

Got 10 a 10 pack here Item number: 37049745380 on fleabay

Anyone tried the cloth bags available for Mr Henry which is best slide closer or Zip wanted a machine washable one.

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