New 2009 Henry HVR-200A with Auto Save Energy Save System £72.24 in Homebase with voucher - HotUKDeals
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Picked up a New Henry instore today for £72.24 using the 15% off voucher.
It was the new 2009 energy saving model, also had the pink version for a couple of pounds less.

I think you can get it for the same price online elsewhere but that would need to be ordered and any delivery charges on top, plus unsure if others are the new 2009 model

For convenience etc I thought this a good deal
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damn, i just bought it for £90 yesterday online from its distributors. But it comes with a home 2 year warranty.
Super hot at the Southport Branch. On the shelf price was 84.99, with the 15% off I've just picked one up for £72.24 :-D

Thanks for the heads up! Needed a new one as ours (not a Henry) died 2 weeks ago.
how good are these things then? we have one in work and its crud.
how good are these things then? we have one in work and its crud.

Why ask what they're like and then say they're crud? :?
how good are these things then? we have one in work and its crud.

They are very robust. Not necessarily the best at pet hairs, but if you have hard floors these are the business.

My chimney sweep uses one for clearing out ash. Try that with a normal hoover and it will fall to bits in no time.
how good are these things then? we have one in work and its crud.

Either you've got it on the low power setting or the bag is so full that it's burst:p

These are great:thumbsup:

These are great:thumbsup:


These things have so much suction they can be hard work to use, perhaps not the best for weaker old people etc.

Henry's are great though - no wonder they are the choice of professionals and tradesmen.
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Silly question, but are these bagless or not?

Also, does anyone know how many air watts they are?


These require disposable bags.
Silly question, but are these bagless or not?

Also, does anyone know how many air watts they are?



Not bagless but the bags are hassle-free (easy to replace/no mess/cheap) - mine came with 5 bags

Link says 1200W - tack down your carpet as it feels like a vortex when you use it :thumbsup:
Hot, hot, hot. You'll never get a Dyson that has a faced painted on it!
Cheers for posting. Just go one of these with the voucher too for £72.00 (ish). The hose on me dyson "animal" went as it's out of warranty they wanted £21.00:oops: for a replacement lol.
Anyway, just got back & used this (tis mothers day after all, typically, son's out playing footy while I do all the "mother" things for his mum):thinking: & it's great, a damn sight easier to use than the dyson, "seems" more powerful too. Brill on our wood flooring & leaves the "animal" looking all ashamed & embarassed in the corner. Heat & rep added & thanks again.:thumbsup:
I bought this a couple of weeks ago from Littlewoods Direct. 89.00 there, but I used the 30 off 60 voucher posted elsewhere on this site (sorry, I don't know how to add a link to it). Littlewoods Direct also offer 8% Quidco. It's a great machine, I'm really pleased with it.
lol perfect give for mother's day...! ;-)
didnt know they still made bag hovers in this day and age...
got hetty (pink) which is the better choice as i tell my partner i wont hoover now as i look gay lol, from littlewoods few weeks ago using voucher came to £60 very good machines. we hire out newmatics out at work at the plant hire company i work for.

you dont have to use a bag in these my mum has had a henry for years and never uses a bag although not quite as much suction.
Also, if you don't use a bag you'll need to wash the filter very regularly or you'll have a very whiffy hoover.

I love my Henry, I'd recommend one to anyone.
Silly question, but are these bagless or not?

They CAN be used bagless, so long as the filter thingumy is fitted.

Paper bags are available which make it easier to empty.
Silly question, but are these bagless or not?

Also, does anyone know how many air watts they are?

A quick Google suggests 260 air-watts.
Hmm, these bags 3 in the box today but there was a shelf with 5 paper ones on for £3.99 next to the "Henry" stack. We bought some, should we have not bothered or gone with the "proper" Henry bags? New to all this "bag" stuff after a dyson so any help is appreciated:-D
My mother's just bought a hetty from homebase using the 15% voucher to get one for £72 approx. Very pleased with it. Incredibly its still british made and a quality bit of kit too. Very powerful suction and very usable design hence why professional cleaners use them I suppose. A lovely bit of kit. I really like the way you wind in the mains cable soo much better than the so called power rewinders that always seem to stop half way through the job.
We have just checked the receipt and it looks like we had our Henry for £72.24 also.
It was priced up on the shelf at £99.99 but it looks like the tills had been altered to the lower price but nobody bothered to change the shelf price.

Bought quite a bit of stuff and did not even notice the price reduction as it was showing £84.99 but I just thought it was the discounted price.

Too late for most now as the shop is closed and the voucher expires today but will add to title
Fab price for a fab hoover, Henry is the best hoover EVER! They last for ever, every business, school etc use them.

You can get cheap bags at Morrisons and Wilkos ( I think)
Seriously best hoover. I've used a dyson - the difference is like a Mini and a Hummer. It just FEELS more powerful and the suction works great on hairs and small particles as long as you work hard a bit. Don't expect to get clean carpets by just dragging the head lightly across the carpet. Not even Dysons will get things clean like that.

And I think I prefer bags. Its really cleaner to dispose of and no dust in the face (as you get when you tip the dyson into the bin)
the one we use in work must be faulty, it doesnt suck very well at all. Its on full power and is not full.

my dyson sucks this thing away.

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