Cordless Henry Vacuum - save £50 at Freemans and get a free spraymop (worth £40)
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Cordless Henry Vacuum - save £50 at Freemans and get a free spraymop (worth £40)

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Edited by:"Eotris"Found 10th Nov
I just recently found out that there is a cordless Henry available, which I will be looking to replace my standard Henry with (if it ever dies!). Two batteries and charging dock supplied as standard, so you can always have one available.

Freemans is listing it for £249, about £50 cheaper than anywhere else. Also, you can get the 'Numatic Spraymop' for free by adding it to the basket and applying the code "Z36P" at checkout (I suspect that this is a general manufacturer offer, rather than being specific to the seller).

Freemans appears to be one of these 'monthly payments' catalogue merchants, but you can still pay in full at checkout with a credit/debit card.

Official blurb:

• No Cable - Cordless cleaning without restraint.
• 36V Batteries - Supplied with two 36V battery packs and convenient charging dock.
• One Click Battery Change – Fast and simple.
• Battery Meter - Simple and clear battery indicator.
• On-board Accessory Storage - Tools are always to hand.
• 2 Speed Selection - Select the power you need when you need it.
• TriTex Filtration System - Improves filtration, cleanliness and capacity.
• Wand Docking - Convenient, on-board wand docking storage.
• HepaFlo - Easy to change high-efficiency HepaFlo bags.
• Professional Accessory Set - A tool for every job, full accessory kit AS29E with stainless steel tube set.

EDIT: forgot to add - free delivery and 1% TCB.

8 Comments

“Run Time (2 Batteries) Hi = 40mins, Lo = 60mins.

Charge Time3.5 hrs.”

Feels a bit of a steep price to pay for the ‘convinence’ and long charging time, at over double the price of a normal Henry.

Original Poster

donslibi3 h, 45 m ago

Feels a bit of a steep price to pay for the ‘convinence’ and long charging …Feels a bit of a steep price to pay for the ‘convinence’ and long charging time, at over double the price of a normal Henry.


Yes, but I wish people on these forums would vote on the deal aspect, rather than whether they think the item is worth it, i.e.

Is the item good value for money - probably not.
Is a ~17% saving (and a free item included) a good deal if you wanted this item - yes, I would say so.

Eotris1 h, 55 m ago

Yes, but I wish people on these forums would vote on the deal aspect, …Yes, but I wish people on these forums would vote on the deal aspect, rather than whether they think the item is worth it, i.e.Is the item good value for money - probably not.Is a ~17% saving (and a free item included) a good deal if you wanted this item - yes, I would say so.


I generally agree but sometimes the advice and common sense on this site actually saves people more money by not wasting it...

Eotris7 h, 54 m ago

Yes, but I wish people on these forums would vote on the deal aspect, …Yes, but I wish people on these forums would vote on the deal aspect, rather than whether they think the item is worth it, i.e.Is the item good value for money - probably not.Is a ~17% saving (and a free item included) a good deal if you wanted this item - yes, I would say so.


That is not how you define a deal. A hot deal should factor in all those parameters. Just because it’s the cheapest available doesn’t guarantee you heat.

That’s like suggesting a product that is sold at 50x retail value, but only available at a single location (ie eBay), is a still a hot deal. Obviously that is not the case

Original Poster

DrJogalog1 h, 31 m ago

That is not how you define a deal. A hot deal should factor in all those …That is not how you define a deal. A hot deal should factor in all those parameters. Just because it’s the cheapest available doesn’t guarantee you heat.That’s like suggesting a product that is sold at 50x retail value, but only available at a single location (ie eBay), is a still a hot deal. Obviously that is not the case


The above implies that deals are subjective, which is my point - I see the purpose of these forums is to save money, and not cast an opinion on whether it is a ‘deal’. With that in mind, I fail to understand the logic in your example.
Edited by: "Eotris" 11th Nov

Eotris3 h, 39 m ago

The above implies that deals are subjective, which is my point - I see the …The above implies that deals are subjective, which is my point - I see the purpose of these forums is to save money, and not cast an opinion on whether it is a ‘deal’. With that in mind, I fail to understand the logic in your example.


And that is why your deal is cold. Never mind, i’m sure you’ll survive

Original Poster

And I can now see why people avoid posting on here. Fair enough, I’ll try to find a lingerie ‘deal’ next time to satisfy the masses. Thanks for your stupendously useful advice.
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