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Hetty Hoover (Pink Henry) only £89.99 @ Comet

chrisvenn Avatar
8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
This is my first deal post so please be kind.

Just been and bought this Hetty hoover as i remember my dad having a Henry when i was younger and it was a great hoover still going strong now about 15years on.

My fiancee loved the pink one so got this at a great price of £89.99 from Comet

I went in store and found they were doing the brand new 2009 Hetty hoovers for £99.99 but i got them to price match the web price.

Or you could just order online and get free delivery

The best price ive seen otherwise was £91 for the hetty (sorry if im wrong)

Abit of info about the new 2009 model below

"New for 2009 Hetty models now come with the "AutoSave Low Energy System"Every time you switch on you automatically start on the economy setting. Only if more power is needed to cope with the extra dirt do you need to push the red switch to operate in Hi Power mode.
When you see the red light you know you are in the Hi mode so when you go on to hard floors or deep carpets or don't need full Hi Power, push the red switch again and you are back in power saving economy mode.
A simple, common sense approach to saving energy - it's all about looking after tomorrow... today."

Hope its a good deal and people dont flame me with it being my 1st post.
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#1
Awwww...a PINK Henry!! How sweet!
#2
Next ....
Enrique - Henry in Tan
Henri - Henry, with beret and stripey shirt
'enry - Slightly rough Henry (only sold in London)

......... and many more:)
#3
macliam
Next ....
Enrique - Henry in Tan
Henri - Henry, with beret and stripey shirt
'enry - Slightly rough Henry (only sold in London)

......... and many more:)


we had a Charles

http://www.numatic.co.uk/products3.asp?r=4&sr=1
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macliam
Next ....
Enrique - Henry in Tan
Henri - Henry, with beret and stripey shirt
'enry - Slightly rough Henry (only sold in London)

......... and many more:)


Love it :)

How much heat do i need to make this a hot deal? Come on people vote hot to make my 1st post a hot deal :)
#5
thats valentines day prezzie sorted :)
#6
chrisvenn
Love it :)

How much heat do i need to make this a hot deal? Come on people vote hot to make my 1st post a hot deal :)


Here's some heat & rep. This is a good price for a very good vacuum, these are bulletproof and last ages. The pink one's not for me, but a good deal all the same. ;-)
#7
CrackerJack
The best vacuum on the market.

Knocks the spots off my ridiculously overpriced Dyson.


My Henry is shyte compared to my Dyson on carpets. No powered beater brush on the Henry means it can't do carpets properly. Same post, same reply every time there is a Henry deal on.
#8
JBAUERBEATSJBOND
thats valentines day prezzie sorted :)


You old romantic you :-D
#9
Excuse me Chrisvenn, why does your pussy have a melon on it's head ? Good post btw, have been looking for a Hetty, voted hot !
#10
I know not everyone has access to a Costco, but it is cheaper by about a tenner in Costco...
#11
Henry Hoovers are pretty standard in industry now too.
In all honesty I like them for the face:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1580535/Worker-caught-having-sex-with-Henry-Hoover.html
#12
samhale
Henry Hoovers are pretty standard in industry now too.
In all honesty I like them for the face:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1580535/Worker-caught-having-sex-with-Henry-Hoover.html


ha ha, love it!
#13
samhale
Henry Hoovers are pretty standard in industry now too.
In all honesty I like them for the face:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1580535/Worker-caught-having-sex-with-Henry-Hoover.html


PMSL...:w00t::lol:
#14
Got one via here for 61.05 delivered from Littlewoods.

Top vac.
#15
I thought £89.99 was a pretty standard price for these, I bought mine for £54 with a discount code and topcashback this month, I like my hetty, but I do miss the turbo brush of the dyson it did make hoovering carpets that bit easier and not so heavy on the back.
#16
had a hetty for 18 months. hate it. especially when i take it outside to hoover out the car. everyone looks at me strangely.
#17
I have used henry for years at the pub/b&b I run and they are hands down the best for everyday use, dysons are just **** but look great, so if you want a decent vacum cleaner this is it but I dont think 90 quid is cheap, try 75ish.
At home I have James, another name variant but not as good as the henry.
#18
i got mine off littlewoods with a new customer £30 off voucher, only £61 with delivery! Its great, esp for hard floors. I love her, husband not as keen but he loves to hoover up so he's getting used to her now!!
#19
androoski
My Henry is shyte compared to my Dyson on carpets. No powered beater brush on the Henry means it can't do carpets properly. Same post, same reply every time there is a Henry deal on.


The Henry Hound has a powered brush.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Numatic-HHR200-2-Green-vacuum-cleaner/dp/B00014AVVI/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&s=kitchen&qid=1234044187&sr=8-11
#20
I remember when I was young and confused why these hoovers had names (we'd always had Dysons and I never had seen a Henry before). My mother told me that people, when they can't afford a pet, or feel a bit lonely, keep hoovers. I can't believe I believed her.
#21



The air turbo brushes are no good, you need belt driven one at least. There is a proper powered head available for Henrys but it costs more than Henry.

It's proven that cleaning heads without beater brushes shorten the lives of domestic pile carpets.They are completely the wrong tool for the job. Side by side my Dyson leaves my Henry for dust (pun intended) on carpets. The Henry is a waste of time carpets, but does all other vacuuming jobs better.

There's a reason that Kirbys are uprights.
#22
androoski
The air turbo brushes are no good, you need belt driven one at least. There is a proper powered head available for Henrys but it costs more than Henry.

It's proven that cleaning heads without beater brushes shorten the lives of domestic pile carpets.They are completely the wrong tool for the job. Side by side my Dyson leaves my Henry for dust (pun intended) on carpets. The Henry is a waste of time carpets, but does all other vacuuming jobs better.

There's a reason that Kirbys are uprights.


"There is a proper powered head available for Henrys but it costs more than Henry"

But so does a Dyson
#23
CrackerJack
My Henry has no problems with my carpets. It can actually lift the carpet with the suction whereas the dyson cannot. Dyson is more a status symbol than a real workhorse.

My workplace has used henrys exclusively for several years which is what made me buy one.


Office carpets are not domestic carpets. Commercial premise use short hard wearing pile, domestic are softer pile.
#24
toaster
"There is a proper powered head available for Henrys but it costs more than Henry"

But so does a Dyson


But a Dyson works.

This is the Henry that is recommended by the makers Numatic for carpeted homes:

http://www.henryvacs.co.uk/acatalog/Henry_Turbo_Vacuum_Cleaner_HVR_200T-2.html?gclid=CKvswbiG05gCFUIw3godwjCH1w

If this can be had for £149 as the website says then this is a proper hot deal, because the same unit is being sold on Amazon for £239. Notice it has :

Unique Microfresh filtration system and a Turbo Electric Power Brush. Self adjusting and levelling this make him extremely easy to use especially on thicker pile carpets. Supplied with all tools necessary including a combination hard floor.

The amazon price:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Numatic-International-Ltd-877016-HVR200T-2/dp/B000HWY5PW

The standard Henry vacuum head is NOT the correct attachment for domestic carpets, you need the one in the link if it is to have equivalent capabilities to the Dyson (although the Dyson is an upright and bagless and can be had for about £120).

The standard non-turbo Henry head will shorten the life of domestic carpets. If you want a Henry for home carpets it needs the Turbo Electric Power brush.

I don't write this to **** off Henrys, I love my Henry. I'm just stating the truth.

Edit: How can **** be a banned word? It's just a waste product from ore smelting.
#25
Homebase will have these for £88 the weekend with 10% off or wait for the 20% off voucher to come around again and get it for approx £80

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