Henry HVR200 VACUUM CLEANER £62.40 instore Asda - Bodmin
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Henry HVR200 VACUUM CLEANER £62.40 instore Asda - Bodmin

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ILikeUsingGifsToComment55 m ago

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Good but pretty sure this is the original that must be used on every Henry deal!
MadonnaProject17 m ago

Is this one of those lower powered ones that the imbeciles in europe …Is this one of those lower powered ones that the imbeciles in europe wanted us to have?

Those silly imbeciles trying to save the planet, damn them
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Thanks for posting which store was this?
Bodmin
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I bought one yesterday from Asda Prenton Wirral for £62.40 but was last one maybe worth checking your local Asda.
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Good but pretty sure this is the original that must be used on every Henry deal!
Good ol Henry
We have one of these. Good vacuum but if you have thick carpet you will probably want to buy the turbo brush head. The normal head is rubbish at picking hairs out of carpet.
Amazing price! Gonna check my local as seen this model there the other day but it was full price
Not in Norwich Hellesdon
This is probably the low power version at that price?
FatherTed14 m ago

This is probably the low power version at that price?


Or the high power which they need to clear before EU takes over again?
Need a new sucker. MY henry just stopped working after putting a large object down the pipe
GadgetsGalor8 m ago

Need a new sucker. MY henry just stopped working after putting a large …Need a new sucker. MY henry just stopped working after putting a large object down the pipe


I only use Hetty for that purpose
Good Old Henry always down for a good dirty suck
The newer lower power consumption model has more suction than the older version, so don't get hung up on wattage.
I bought mine from Asda direct 3 years ago for 49.00 click n collect still going strong
Still £96 in the store I checked
Still priced at £96 in colindale (London) store 😫
Just got one from reddish branch in Stockport. It was the last one for that store. Guess I can have the old Henry for work now 😬
Same price Asda living spytty Newport.
Wadadli_Cooler5 h, 52 m ago

The newer lower power consumption model has more suction than the older …The newer lower power consumption model has more suction than the older version, so don't get hung up on wattage.


Not true.
Is this one of those lower powered ones that the imbeciles in europe wanted us to have?
MadonnaProject17 m ago

Is this one of those lower powered ones that the imbeciles in europe …Is this one of those lower powered ones that the imbeciles in europe wanted us to have?

Those silly imbeciles trying to save the planet, damn them
Best price!!!!
bloooo41 m ago

Those silly imbeciles trying to save the planet, damn them


By making folks use lower powered devices that then have to be used for twice as long?

Every output from Brussels always comes up against the 'Law of Unintended Consequences'!

Not to mention the volume of hot air they produce.
how good are these on carpet and wooden floors?
My ex said Henry was good all round the house.
Henry is heavy af and cannot suck...do not buy.
So annoying. Just went to my local harlow branch and they are scanning at 96!
My old 1,200w version is still going strong, so I'll stick with this and not the neutered 620w version.
Wadadli_Cooler2nd Sep

The newer lower power consumption model has more suction than the older …The newer lower power consumption model has more suction than the older version, so don't get hung up on wattage.


Oh really?

Watch this. The Hetty is 1,200w, the Henry 620w
bloooo21 h, 21 m ago

Those silly imbeciles trying to save the planet, damn them


Between the pollution in india, china, the utter disregard for the environment in the middle east, korea and other countries, it is truly hoovers being underpowered that will save the world.

Has this "stop a hurricaine by farting into it" mentality always worked for you?
MadonnaProject46 m ago

Between the pollution in india, china, the utter disregard for the …Between the pollution in india, china, the utter disregard for the environment in the middle east, korea and other countries, it is truly hoovers being underpowered that will save the world.Has this "stop a hurricaine by farting into it" mentality always worked for you?


Every little helps, almost every household in in the Europe has a hoover, add them all up and it has a huge impact
MadonnaProject2nd Sep

Is this one of those lower powered ones that the imbeciles in europe …Is this one of those lower powered ones that the imbeciles in europe wanted us to have?

This regulation must have ruined your life...
bloooo3rd Sep

Every little helps, almost every household in in the Europe has a hoover, …Every little helps, almost every household in in the Europe has a hoover, add them all up and it has a huge impact



A vacuum....Hoover is a manufacturer
FatherTed2nd Sep

Not true.

I used to work for a £2billion turnover FTSE 100 testing company which proved this scientifically, but I guess you are better qualified and know otherwise?
Wadadli_Cooler1 h, 39 m ago

I used to work for a £2billion turnover FTSE 100 testing company which …I used to work for a £2billion turnover FTSE 100 testing company which proved this scientifically, but I guess you are better qualified and know otherwise?



As a cleaner?

See the video posted above. Maybe your £2billion company is overvalued.
ilko_t5th Sep

This regulation must have ruined your life...


I could say my comment must have killed your family but that would be replying in stupidity to your stupid comment.
MadonnaProject9 h, 35 m ago

I could say my comment must have killed your family but that would be …I could say my comment must have killed your family but that would be replying in stupidity to your stupid comment.

Agree, who started stupid comments is another story.

Can also think for a second or two, that actually the companies making vacuum cleaners, among many others, have not improved anything in terms of energy efficiency for ages, simply because noone expected them to, and that imbacile regulation actually could have a lot more possitives than negatives.
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