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£15 off the Eufy HomeVac H11 Cordless Handheld Vacuum Cleaner £34.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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£15 off the Eufy HomeVac H11 Cordless Handheld Vacuum Cleaner £34.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

Posted 7th Jan

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Eufy HomeVac H11, Cordless Handheld Vacuum Cleaner, Ultra-lightweight 1.2lbs, 5500Pa Suction Power, USB Charging, For Home Cleaning:
  • Lightweight and Compact - Completely cordless, weighing just 1.2lbs, and being roughly the size of a wine bottle. Cleaning is made effortless and storage is made simple.
  • Dust Devouring Suction - With 5500Pa of power, you can suck up every spec in seconds when everyday mess is made.
  • Every Nook and Cranny Covered - Use the 2-in-1 crevice tool to reach into the deepest corners of your sofa or under low-lying furniture.
  • Micro USB Connectivity for Convenient Charging - Simply use a USB charger anywhere in your home and charge with ease.
  • What’s in the box:eufy HomeVac H11 /2-in-1 Crevice Tool/USB to Micro-USB cable

Just add the voucher code at checkout to get £15 off.


Edit: added price to the title
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How much is it?
Shouldn't this be in a coupon section?
39616154-OrCqI.jpgApply code and checkout, then got this.
rev607/01/2020 17:20

How much is it?

I've edited to include the price.

Edit: The code takes it down to £34.99 from £49.99!
Edited by: "Udimion" 7th Jan
Any good?
ali109807/01/2020 17:44

Any good?

I'm getting mine on Friday. From my experience with Eufy robovacs and other products made by Anker, it should be.
Ordered one for the car. Thanks OP!
Anybody used one?
mman200507/01/2020 17:20

Shouldn't this be in a coupon section?

No. This is no different from tons of other deals on here that have a discount code applied to a specific item. When an eBay code is posted, just about the whole of the site is swamped by individual deals using the same code.
Edited by: "Deedie" 7th Jan
wtf is pa? 5500pa? What does that mean? Hard to compare to other vacuums when they rate in air watts. Can someone define what pa means as measurement and is there a pa to air watts conversion calculator?


Amazing that no one has created a calculator, it's figuring out mass, length and time of each and doing the appropriate conversion.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 8th Jan
I definitely saw something else in this picture when I was scrolling. I got a buzz.
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