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dyson hoover or a henry hoover

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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
Help my Dyson D14 hoover has ended? What is best Dyson or a Henry hoover? Has anyone got any good prices for both so I can compare? I have heard henry hoovers are excellent but unsure as they are only 1200 watt????? I have two dogs and 4 adults so we do have mess!!!!!!
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Id recommend a Miele. We have one its its better then any Dyson weve owned, and actually lasted so far around 3 years and still picks up as well as the day we purchased it.
Although I did have an industrial one like a henry but bigger, and that I believe is still going but was too big for our needs as it was designed for halls of residence!
#2
We have had a henry and a dyson, the dyson wins, simply for the fact that the attachements are much better (The pole attachments for the henry kep coming loose).
#3
I've got the George which is also a carpet cleaner... ideal for little accidents!

Bought mine from Makro and get the solutions off Ebay (phoned the makers direct and they suggested getting from there as cheaper!).

It's got a dusting brush on it which I also use on the dog to brush him, comes up lovely and shiny... as does the house, lol.
Cracking hoover, definately would buy again if it brakes :)

Previous thread http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/496093/henry-or-dyson
#4
We use henry's on our cleaning contracts but only because they are cheap and at home we use a Dyson
#5
Thank you all for your replies any one know which store has any deals on these two hoovers?? Thanks
#6
#7
whatsThePoint
I was given a 10 year old Sebo vacuum and its the best vacuum i've ever had
It uses bags but it's build to last you a life time not a year or so like newer dysons


dont dysons come with a five year guarantee:thumbsup:
#8
Why not just pay £69 for a Dyson engineer to come out to your house and replace anything that's gone wrong with your DC14.

Flat rate including all parts, call out etc
#9
Neither are by Hoover
#10
Dyson
#11
Alfonse
Neither are by Hoover


vacuum cleaner...;-)
#12
adambaz
Why not just pay £69 for a Dyson engineer to come out to your house and replace anything that's gone wrong with your DC14.

Flat rate including all parts, call out etc


^^^^^this !!!

There is a thread about that service and its supposed to be fantastic and you get a years guarantee with the dyson when engineer is finished. will try find that thread for you
#14
whatsThePoint
Not sure but my friends motor went and they said she'd used it on the wrong sort of floor so wasn't covered


thats terrible!!! I have a Dyson all floors Animal model and its great does all floors - but the one I had years ago only done carpets - not hard floors, so maybe thats what happened with your friend.
#15
i have a weekly cleaner
#16
Alfonse
i have a weekly cleaner


So do I :p - I also own a domestic cleaning business (well half of it!) but totally addicted to cleaning my house.......so when my lovely wee lady comes on a Friday it gives me a day off from my 'addiction' !! Hope you pay her well Alfonse:-D
banned#17
Get a Henry. Then you don't have to worry about it breaking down.
#18
bossyboots
So do I :p - I also own a domestic cleaning business (well half of it!) but totally addicted to cleaning my house.......so when my lovely wee lady comes on a Friday it gives me a day off from my 'addiction' !! Hope you pay her well Alfonse:-D


lol

she's paid well enough :whistling:;-):oops:
banned#19
Alfonse
i have a weekly cleaner


Doesn't she (hugely sexist I know) use your hoover?
#20
FilthAndFurry
Doesn't she (hugely sexist I know) use your hoover?


she uses her own, some industrial strength thingy, i dunno its a vacuum cleaner, my house is sparkling every tuesday so i'm happy
#21
whatsThePoint
this might be a good place for my cleaner wanted ad

cleaner wanted in exchange for a week's stay at Isle of Man
Lots of cleaning to be done so you might get last day to yourself
But unlikely as i'm constantly making more mess :whistling:


PM me :-D

Seriously though, one of my friends just doesnt care what your house looks like - and everytime I go I roll up my sleeves and get stuck in! She probably only invites me over cause she knows I am a clean freak and will sort it all for her!!

Sometimes though I wish I just didnt bother as they say that a sign of a clean house, is a sign of a wasted life :-(
banned#22
Alfonse
she uses her own, some industrial strength thingy, i dunno its a vacuum cleaner, my house is sparkling every tuesday so i'm happy


Of course she does:thumbsup:
#23
whatsThePoint
It looks like a building site, mainly because i'm doing loads of building work and renewing all internal walls and ceilings


Bet its fab looking though when its all done - will be like a new home
#24
btw - I am working just now - but as I was near my home I popped in to hoover and let the dog out lol. Also having a sandwich!
#25
whatsThePoint
Hope so, only set out to take down the wallpaper and got a bit carried away :roll:


haha!! A year past christmas I ordered a new freezer - when it arrived I thought it made the rest of the kitchen look old.....................well.......................fast forward a couple of hours and I had ripped away cupboards, taken off worktops - just went mental lol.

I went out that day and bought new kitchen doors - couple of new units, work tops, new flooring, sink - wallpaper :oops: - and all this two weeks before christmas. But it all looks fantastic now!

I better get back off to work now!
banned#26
whatsThePoint
this might be a good place for my cleaner wanted ad

cleaner wanted in exchange for a week's stay at Isle of Man
Lots of cleaning to be done so you might get last day to yourself
But unlikely as i'm constantly making more mess :whistling:


I would do it but would you want extras :p
#27
FilthAndFurry
Of course she does:thumbsup:


yeah she does, what's the matter with you now? :roll:
banned#28
Alfonse
yeah she does, what's the matter with you now? :roll:


Chillax, was just acknowledging what you said. :thumbsup::thumbsup:
banned#29
whatsThePoint
Depends, what other things are you experienced at


Not a lot :-D
banned#30
whatsThePoint
So i'll put you down as a may need training in person


Ok :giggle:

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