Numatic Henry or Hetty hoover NRV200-22 for £69.40 @ B&Q - HotUKDeals
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As we all know B&Q have there 15% sale at the moment and i was looking for a new hoover after my Dyson decided to die. So i was looking at reviews of different hoovers and Henry hoover have very good reviews from what i have read.

I know everyone has different views on things so some people may like this same may not you can please everyone.

You can decide which one you want Henry or Hetty.

At the moment the Henry/Hetty is £84.00 on the B&Q website.

So £84.00 - 15% (£12.60) = £71.40

Also if you go through quidco you get £2 quidco to reserve and collect.

£71.40 - £2.00

TOTAL = £69.40
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#1
There's a 15 year old Henry at my old house still going, puts Dyson etc to shame
#2
Cash back (quidco/topcash, etc) should not be included in quoted price, which makes this offer £71.40.

Apart from that, it is hot (and heat from me).

I don't really understand why people buy dyson because I don't think they are good value (you can use the Henry also bagless by the way if you don't mind the mess cleaning it out). Professional cleaning companies here in the UK and abroad all use Numatic cleaners (Henry + Wet'n'dry) because the work well, are relatively quite (hence hotels love them) and last for years.

After going through many vacuum cleaners in my life I bought a Henry on recommendation of our cleaner. I would always buy another Numatic cleaner should the Henry break down (which he hasn't for the past 12 years).

This is my recommendation, but I don't want to be responsible of other cleaner companies going bust, so buy your favourite make.
#3
hoover is a brand.
#4
Henry is a good buy, my hubby bought me mine as a anniversary gift, i was not too pleased, but i now think he was a good choice.
Several years old, still going strong, parts are cheap when the need replacing. And a bargain at this price.
#5
satan666wayne
hoover is a brand.


It is indeed a brand name but it has also legitimately entered the English language as a generic term for all vacuum cleaners. It's also used as a verb! I'm sure this upsets pedants everywhere but there isn't anything anyone can do about it I'm afraid, it's even in the dictionaries.

The irony of course is that Numatic make the best hoovers.
#6
This is a really good price for a henry as they arent very often less than the usual £90ish. We have been using a henry while we have been doing building & renovation work on our home and these little guys will put up with anything.

Biggest plus point of all though is the kids love henry & hettie LOL:w00t: my little boy goes nuts every time we see one in a shop.
#7
good price.. if they let u buy it at that price..
#8
any deals on bags?
#9
Picked up one from my local branch this afternoon. Great deal! Putting it away until I move house (soon).

If it makes any difference, it's a Henry 'Professional' - I've seen them in Comet, etc, with a picture of Henry on the box, but this is a 'Numatic International' branded box. The cleaner itself has 'Numatic' on the lid, rather than 'Henry'. Not sure how much of a difference that makes, whether postive or negative.

All looks like a great deal though!
#10
skellysgirl;6154681
Henry is a good buy, my hubby bought me mine as a anniversary gift, i was not too pleased, but i now think he was a good choice.
Several years old, still going strong, parts are cheap when the need replacing. And a bargain at this price.


The vacuum cleaner is good too? :)
#11
It's on "sale" in Homebase for £100.
#12
I had one of these little fellas on hire at work recently and he (I mean it) was great.

Though I must admit he (I mean it) might not have the best suction to be found (in my experience an old electrolux upright -that used to suck the carpet up from the floor- won that contest!), in terms of value for money, Henry will be worth every penny at £69.40.

P.S. I must warn you that after 2 days with the ever smiling Henry I found myself smiling back, talking to him and calling him by his name.... "cmon Henry we've got work to do".... just thought I better warn you! -Don't worry, he didnt answer back (well maybe just a few times!)
#13
2nd try!
I have 2 henrys, my old builders one and my wife has one for the posh cleaning.
I thouroughly reccomend the addition of the "Turbo head" which comes as standard on the "Henry extra". The turbo head spins and picks up hair etc far more effectively. The turbo head can be purchased as a stand alone item online for about £30.
My builder henry is about 15 years old, The wifes Dyson annimal with the equivalent turbo head was retired after less than 3 years!
Only grip about this deal is B&Q. Last 2 visits self checkout only (which don't work), no manned tills at all. I have complained to customer service and will NEVER go through the debarcle of that again.

Both henrys curled up asleep together as I type!!!!!
#14
H&R added.......

Ordered one for collection from the Leeds store tomorrow......... w00t !!!!!
#15
Most professional cleaners use Henry or other named vac They are very robust and relaible. While Dysons are good I found ours was very brittle bits always coming off or braking, however our Henry is a good old fashioned solid vac at this price a good buy.
#16
Another vote for the hetty/henry but you should use bags or you can damage them. My favourite vacuum is the morphy richards performair cyclinder cyclonic vacuum. I find it the most powerful, with the best capacity plus super easy and quick emptying. I doubt it will have the long life of the henry/hetty but it works brilliantly for cleaning up masses of dust and debris from doing diy.
#17
TOO-TIGHT-TO-PAY
I had one of these little fellas on hire at work recently and he (I mean it) was great.

Though I must admit he (I mean it) might not have the best suction to be found (in my experience an old electrolux upright -that used to suck the carpet up from the floor- won that contest!), in terms of value for money, Henry will be worth every penny at £69.40.

P.S. I must warn you that after 2 days with the ever smiling Henry I found myself smiling back, talking to him and calling him by his name.... "cmon Henry we've got work to do".... just thought I better warn you! -Don't worry, he didnt answer back (well maybe just a few times!)


blimey i thought only i did that ;-)
#18
Brad;6156712
Most professional cleaners use Henry or other named vac They are very robust and relaible.
Yeah, but they don't clean very well.
#19
TOO-TIGHT-TO-PAY
I had one of these little fellas on hire at work recently and he (I mean it) was great.

Though I must admit he (I mean it) might not have the best suction to be found (in my experience an old electrolux upright -that used to suck the carpet up from the floor- won that contest!), in terms of value for money, Henry will be worth every penny at £69.40.

P.S. I must warn you that after 2 days with the ever smiling Henry I found myself smiling back, talking to him and calling him by his name.... "cmon Henry we've got work to do".... just thought I better warn you! -Don't worry, he didnt answer back (well maybe just a few times!)


If you haven't noticed already, I think you'll find that he answers back by making this continuous humming sound when you put him to work. :-D

Good value - HOT!
But it's also 15% off everything in-store and online. :thumbsup:
#20
Best hoover I've ever owned, much better than the many dysons I had. Would recommend it to everyone
suspended#21
Out of stock everywhere in my county
Same for anyone else?
#22
DarkKnight
Out of stock everywhere in my county
Same for anyone else?


which county is that

theres a few kicking around west and south yorkshire
suspended#23
bigweapon07
which county is that

theres a few kicking around west and south yorkshire


Norfolk, i did a stock check online
#24
DarkKnight
Norfolk, i did a stock check online


you can order instore at todays price and wait for them to restock.
suspended#25
bigweapon07
you can order instore at todays price and wait for them to restock.


I was looking for my parents as they are going to a B&Q's today, so i don't think they will wait
#26
DarkKnight
I was looking for my parents as they are going to a B&Q's today, so i don't think they will wait


oh well, the options there if ya need it. otherwise try and get someone to pricematch B&Q :)
#27
Super Vac at this price, heat added!
#28
Dino740
H&R added.......

Ordered one for collection from the Leeds store tomorrow......... w00t !!!!!


Henry now has a new home :D
#29
I collected mine today and im very happy i went with henry also my quidco has tracked aswell so it worked out £69.40 for me.

Can anyone advise me where i can get reusable bag for the henry from aswell i have looked on ebay they are £6.55 anywhere cheaper????

Thanx
#30
satan666wayne
hoover is a brand.


WRONG! hoover is a genericised trademark and accepted into the language as a term for vacuum cleaners and a verb for using them.

Good solid hoover the Henry, but with the standard cleaning head it is rubbish, I mean indisputedly and unarguably rubbish at cleaning domestic carpets. People will swear blind it does carpets OK, but it just doesn't. The powered head with the beater brush helps (the electric one not the rubbishy air powered one that saps energy from the vacuum).

I have a Henry but I have to keep an ancient Dyson for the carpets.
#31
Definitely worth pointing out if you have a deep pile carpet ideally you need a upright with a powered brush to really clean well.
#32
Homebase do x5 bags for under £4.
#33
PenPink
Homebase do x5 bags for under £4.


Is it better to buy the throw away bag or the reusable ones?
#34
this may sound sad, but does any1 know all the different members of henry's family and the differences bewteen them or is this a question for university challenge
#35
DEALaSTEALER
this may sound sad, but does any1 know all the different members of henry's family and the differences bewteen them or is this a question for university challenge


http://img2.imageshack.us/img2/1769/ss20090902023819.png

Not sure if the pic helps or not really.............
#36
zedf
Is it better to buy the throw away bag or the reusable ones?


To be honest, had no idea you got reuseable ones! I just get the cheap throw away ones from homebase! They are biodegratable and made from recycled paper.
#37
costco have new hepflo bags 80 for £20
#38
Henrys a great little hoover.

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