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Henry HVR160-11 Bagged Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner £99.99 Click & Collect @ Argos
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Henry HVR160-11 Bagged Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner £99.99 Click & Collect @ Argos

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In-store deals now allowed so headline price changed to £99.99. Postage is £3.95 if you'd prefer
Plenty of stock about right now, really good reviews as you'd expect (we have the red version and it's ace)

Includes mattress nozzle, crevice nozzle, upholstery nozzle, dusting brush, combination floor nozzle.

For those that had the recent argos offer hotukdeals.com/dea…526 should be able to use your vouchers to bring the cost down further.



With over 10 million Henrys made, and most still in use today, he really is the vacuum you can trust. Packed full of great features to make cleaning easy, including a huge capacity, versatile toolkit and super long-reach, trouble-free rewind cable. Carpets, hard-floors, cars, stairs, DIY. . . Nothing beats a Henry for versatility.

A Tool for Every Job - Henry's versatile toolkit includes: Combi Floor Tool, Dusting Tool, Crevice Tool and Brush & Mattress Tool.

Huge Capacity - Less emptying with a capacity up to x5 bigger than many bagless vacuums.

Stores Neatly Away - On-board tool storage means tools are always to hand and neatly packed away.

What Goes in, Stays in - Henry Bags lock in all the dust, meaning emptying with no dust and no mess.

Vacuum cleaner features:

Suitable for all surfaces.
Weight 7.5kg.
Size H34.5, W32, D34cm.
Side suction for edge to edge cleaning.
Adjustable floorhead.
Includes mattress nozzle, crevice nozzle, upholstery nozzle, dusting brush, combination floor nozzle.
Length of hose 2.2m.
Hose stretches up to 2.2m.
Stainless steel extension tubes.
Capacity of dustbag 6 litres.
Uses disposable dustbags - 1 bag included.
10m power cord.
General information:

Noise level: 72dB.
27 kWh usage per year.
Model number: hvr 160-11.
Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.

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I want to vote hot twice... once for the deal and once for calling it vacuum cleaner and not a hoover!
shareef08/06/2020 10:34

How has this managed to survive in the age of bagless and cordless? Do …How has this managed to survive in the age of bagless and cordless? Do they work that well?


Check ratings on the most popular bagless brand Dyson, most have carpet cleaning rating of C and that includes ones up to £500. Great they don't lose suction but the suction sucks from the start (metaphorically unfortunately not physically)

Go cordless too and that power is reduced again. There's a reason Dyson's are not used commercially and you see Henry's, powerful, reliable and don't break down and cheap/easy to fix however rare that is
Edited by: "gg1pl" 8th Jun
Poor Henry, he looks like his suffocating.
Henry in blue ................ what kind of sorcery is this?
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Poor Henry, he looks like his suffocating.
Seems to be showing at 139.
It’s £99 for me. Just ordered. Thank you!
Dan_8208/06/2020 08:33

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Thank you anyway, price discount has reflected on the Irish site (119 euro)
It’s £139 now
This link now seems to send you to £139. It was £99 earlier. But if you just go the the Argos website and search ‘Henry’ it’s allowing you to add it to the basket at £99. Hope this helps!
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If anyone pays anything near that price for a vacuum cleaner with a cute face on the front, in my opinion, they need professional help !!
£99 @ Curry's delivered
I want to vote hot twice... once for the deal and once for calling it vacuum cleaner and not a hoover!
Doesn't the blue one have a different name?
Henry in blue ................ what kind of sorcery is this?
How has this managed to survive in the age of bagless and cordless? Do they work that well?
Amazon is now £99 too
I think you can buy an add on for these now that have the revolving brush or roller
shareef08/06/2020 10:34

How has this managed to survive in the age of bagless and cordless? Do …How has this managed to survive in the age of bagless and cordless? Do they work that well?


They are just cheap now and have a nostalgic name. Henry Hoover's used to be very good before the EU put a cap on the wattage, now Henry's are just over 600w when they used to be 1200w monsters. You can still get them on eBay if you're lucky, but Henry's post 2017 are ok at best.
Edited by: "pelaquin" 8th Jun
Heat added...

Bought Numatic Charles wet & dry on Amazon for £129 going superb without any issues from last 3 years.

I recommend people to use these traditional ones than to those wireless handheld posh sheeps. Everyone is so obsessed with these wireless and they cant even suck properly after few months. Moreover, those wireless ones will cost a lot and the spare parts cost an arm and a leg.
Edited by: "pentaya" 8th Jun
shareef08/06/2020 10:34

How has this managed to survive in the age of bagless and cordless? Do …How has this managed to survive in the age of bagless and cordless? Do they work that well?


In short, YES.
slimjimjim8008/06/2020 09:50

I want to vote hot twice... once for the deal and once for calling it …I want to vote hot twice... once for the deal and once for calling it vacuum cleaner and not a hoover!


Yes actual Hoover “Hoover” is horrible and they’re making very bad products these days
shareef08/06/2020 10:34

How has this managed to survive in the age of bagless and cordless? Do …How has this managed to survive in the age of bagless and cordless? Do they work that well?


Check ratings on the most popular bagless brand Dyson, most have carpet cleaning rating of C and that includes ones up to £500. Great they don't lose suction but the suction sucks from the start (metaphorically unfortunately not physically)

Go cordless too and that power is reduced again. There's a reason Dyson's are not used commercially and you see Henry's, powerful, reliable and don't break down and cheap/easy to fix however rare that is
Edited by: "gg1pl" 8th Jun
shareef08/06/2020 10:34

How has this managed to survive in the age of bagless and cordless? Do …How has this managed to survive in the age of bagless and cordless? Do they work that well?


Well, unlike bagless, you don't get dust all over yourself when you come to empty him
Do people still use cylinder vacuums for domestic purposes?
manc8908/06/2020 11:48

Amazon is now £99 too


Looks like slightly different model, going by the name, could be wrong
hughby08/06/2020 09:25

If anyone pays anything near that price for a vacuum cleaner with a cute …If anyone pays anything near that price for a vacuum cleaner with a cute face on the front, in my opinion, they need professional help !!


well.there pay 3 times the price with no face
A Henry is great for those really dusty jobs. It's much simpler than a cyclone whose filters clog with fine dust such as plaster dust, paint sanding etc
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hughby08/06/2020 09:25

If anyone pays anything near that price for a vacuum cleaner with a cute …If anyone pays anything near that price for a vacuum cleaner with a cute face on the front, in my opinion, they need professional help !!


It's a good vacuum cleaner. I've ditched my Vac Blade for it and the Henry is hands down better.
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shareef08/06/2020 10:34

How has this managed to survive in the age of bagless and cordless? Do …How has this managed to survive in the age of bagless and cordless? Do they work that well?


Yes. It's a simple but effective design. They are made to last. They are made in the UK, so you are supporting UK manufacturing. No need to keep charging.
tdlcraig08/06/2020 16:43

Do people still use cylinder vacuums for domestic purposes?


I use a Bosch BBGL8AAAAGB, those 4 As in the model name mean it's A rated for carpets, hard floor cleaning, filtration & efficiency. It's also virtually silent. It's so powerful it can pull up the carpet in some places!
bosch-home.co.uk/pro…AGB

I'm surprised very few people check ratings on vacuums, surely people buy vacuums that are good at vacuuming?

Dyson like Beats/Apple hide specs so you can't compare and see how their specs fall below other products. They sell due to their brand popularity and image
Edited by: "gg1pl" 8th Jun
herodave08/06/2020 16:27

Well, unlike bagless, you don't get dust all over yourself when you come …Well, unlike bagless, you don't get dust all over yourself when you come to empty him


You're not supposed to hold it over your head when you empty bagless ones!
gg1pl08/06/2020 17:41

I use a Bosch BBGL8AAAAGB, those 4 As in the model name mean it's A rated …I use a Bosch BBGL8AAAAGB, those 4 As in the model name mean it's A rated for carpets, hard floor cleaning, filtration & efficiency. It's also virtually silent. It's so powerful it can pull up the carpet in some places!https://www.bosch-home.co.uk/product-list/BGL8AAAAGB#/Tabs=section-highlights/Tabs=section-technicalspecs/I'm surprised very few people check ratings on vacuums, surely people buy vacuums that are good at vacuuming? Dyson like Beats/Apple like to hide specs so you can't compare and see how their specs fall below other products. They sell due to their brand popularity and image


It's just the shape. I use them for my power tools as they're easier to attach for dust collection. But for daily use a cylinder is just to awkward. I'm not comparing to other brands. All I can say is try using a battery power one for a week. It's almost a pleasure to do the hoovering it's so light and simple.
This Hoover sucks!
hughby08/06/2020 09:25

If anyone pays anything near that price for a vacuum cleaner with a cute …If anyone pays anything near that price for a vacuum cleaner with a cute face on the front, in my opinion, they need professional help !!


People pay a whole lot more for a Dyson that clogs constantly, the face can be removed easily if it really offends you. What is more you can even buy him a superhero cape on eBay
mine is still going from the £25 offer on here from Tesco a few years ago. Decent vacuum
When visiting the dump there are always rows of used dysons, but very rarely any numatics
How is this vacuum with removing human/pets hairs from carpets.
deleted110351308/06/2020 17:22

It's a good vacuum cleaner. I've ditched my Vac Blade for it and the Henry …It's a good vacuum cleaner. I've ditched my Vac Blade for it and the Henry is hands down better.


Couldn't agree more we ditched our shark for a henry. The shark had to be unblocked after every use it couldn't handle dog hair. Henry just works every time its far more powerful and like a good wife is low maintenance
currys have the hetty at £99 and no delivery charge
jco8308/06/2020 10:07

Doesn't the blue one have a different name?

I have a Henry that I use for crappy jobs, like vaccing the artificial grass! I find it even better and cheaper if you take the bag out. Had him over 7 years now. A plasterer gave me the tip about not using a bag, he said loads did it.
I don`t like Henry for daily jobs around the house, he bangs into the furniture too much and gets stuck in doorways!
I have a Dyson ball for that/
gg1pl08/06/2020 16:26

Check ratings on the most popular bagless brand Dyson, most have carpet …Check ratings on the most popular bagless brand Dyson, most have carpet cleaning rating of C and that includes ones up to £500. Great they don't lose suction but the suction sucks from the start (metaphorically unfortunately not physically)Go cordless too and that power is reduced again. There's a reason Dyson's are not used commercially and you see Henry's, powerful, reliable and don't break down and cheap/easy to fix however rare that is


Good to know. TBH I just assumed the newer tech was superior, will pay a bit more attention next time!
Buy some Ancient historical technology...
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