HENRY NUMATIC Vacuum Cleaner @ laskys
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HENRY NUMATIC Vacuum Cleaner @ laskys

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Found 7th Oct 2010Made hot 8th Oct 2010
HENRY NUMATIC Vacuum Cleaner £81.69 delivered at
laskys when used with code SDA5,Also 3.5% cashback
would take it to around £78, Good price for a henry hoover.

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Get a Dyson.....:p

Bait set, stand back and wait...
Edited by: "D00nhamer" 7th Oct 2010

Yes, get a Dyson, people need to learn the hard way

Henry sucks big time, oh yeah!

Henry = one of the best hoover ever made for more than 30 years! Most professionals use Henry (Numatic) vacuum cleaners. It's up to you to draw your conclusions.

bought a henry recently after going to reevoo.com to get a general opinion on all hoovers of different price ranges and have been impressed so far with it - mainly how quiet it is and also its performance. £78 is a good price; however i picked mine up in homebase when they had it on sale for £80 and one of their 15% off everything weekends, so I ended up getting mine for £68 and you would be hard pushed to get a better hoover for even double that.

I literally walked past an electrical store this morning and saw this in there @ £110 and I thought how can this still be worth over a ton...?

Heat btw......

Editor

Great price for a Henry, thanks rossico

I've had 3 Dysons. Every one was a Godforsaken pile of garbage.

Had a Henry for probably 5 years now, and it just works. £80, £90, whatever. These things are so good and last so long that the price, within reason, is almost irrelevant.

londislagerhound

I've had 3 Dysons. Every one was a Godforsaken pile of garbage.


You obviously don't look after them then..Had mine 7 years. Best Vacuum by a mile

Only downside to a henry (and i have one) is that it doesnt brush the carpet... so not good on long pile.

clarence47a

You obviously don't look after them then..Had mine 7 years. Best Vacuum … You obviously don't look after them then..Had mine 7 years. Best Vacuum by a mile



Henry's don't need 'looking after.' They just work. When my second Dyson packed up I went to Comet and paid full price for a Henry. Should have done that years ago but I fell for Dyson's marketing bull.

D00nhamer

Get a Dyson.....:pBait set, stand back and wait...



Didn't take long....

i love my Henry

£79.99 in sainsburys and homebase

Original Poster

millarcat

Great price for a Henry, thanks rossico



Thank's millarcat

Great Price

Heat

We have one we got from Argos ages and ages ago. The lead is long , and there is a windey handle to wind the lead in. You also get the tools like a lite brush,etc.

There is no on board tool storage though if you like that sorta thing. We got some bags for it for £1.99 from boyes stores, but supposey you can use the vacuum without bags

Had a dyson, wouldnt have another. But Henry superb!!! Use in the house and there is one at work too, would definately reccomend this hoover.

I deliver to alot of offices early in the mornings, I see the cleaners & each and every one of them use a Henry. So i've always thought they must be pretty bloody good to be industry standard.

At the same time i've had my Dyson 6 years and no problems at al.

Pros and cons people - pros and cons.

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I have one with Henry. It is good and Long lasting.

Banned

Our Dyson almost pulls the carpet up! Plus it is great for storage as it all collapses/folds down. My experience of Henry's are that they have about as much suction as an asthmatic ant

ZombieEater

My experience of Henry's are that they have about as much suction as an … My experience of Henry's are that they have about as much suction as an asthmatic ant


haha....

This appears to be the newer 1200w model, does anyone know if it comes with the A1 accessories kit (I'm not sure if this is standard).

Sainsburys is cheaper but it is the older 1100w model.

Excellent price. Excellent hoover (it is interesting that we use the brand of one of the most unreliable vacuum cleaners to describe probably the most reliable).

@ ZombieEater: Latest Henrys have a boost button that give you that pulling the carpet up suction (we are not in Dyson territory but more than enough)

For those berating Dysons, remember they are a domestic product and people expect alot of them. In the most part they deliver in spades but you cannot expect them to last 10 years.

Henry's and their ilk are essentially industrial products so don't have the bells and whistles but they work as well after 10 years as they did on day one.

Not exactly apples and pears (maybe apples and kiwi fruits) but you get my point.

- I am an apple (Henry) man but appreciate a kiwi fruit as a treat!

Neiliboy

Pros and cons people - pros and cons.



Pro: henry has a cutey-wutey little face!
Con: big boys might see it and laugh at you

Had two Dysons, first DC01 lasted about 5 years, secons about 18 months. Now using a Henry.

I generally give the thumbs up to Henrys. We have had a one for a long time but we had to retire it when we got a dog as it wasn't able to pick the hairs off the carpet very well. Now he sits in the garage for when I'm doing DIY clean up and I suppose there's a degree of irony in that I also use it to clean the Vax machine that we bought for day to day indoor use. But through it all he's still smiling!!!

If you want a crapet brush - get the henry Xtra. First hoover I've had that gets pet hair out of the carpet quickly and easily. When the equivelant pet dyson is £200+ the xtra at £120 is a bargain. My mums normal henry is 10 years old and still working great!

i just dont understand Dysons at all. Way over priced. Used a Henry for years in a leisure centre, you wouldnt believe the amount of stuff it woulld lift off the floor.

markymark34

i just dont understand Dysons at all. Way over priced. Used a Henry for … i just dont understand Dysons at all. Way over priced. Used a Henry for years in a leisure centre, you wouldnt believe the amount of stuff it woulld lift off the floor.



Dyson are like Apple. You're paying for a huge team of design engineers to come up with cutting edge products.

Rated very highly by a number of users on here, but never rated very highly in independent tests - especially Which? who think it's pants.

Get a Miele.(_;)

moob

Rated very highly by a number of users on here, but never rated very … Rated very highly by a number of users on here, but never rated very highly in independent tests - especially Which? who think it's pants.



I think you'll find "pants" is what a lot of users on here think of Which

Our Dyson almost caught fire (started to smoke and had burns around the point where the flex enters the machine). When I phoned the customer care line they couldn't give a stuff - just wanted to charge me money to send out a new flex, never mind the fact that their machine had a dangerous falut!

Now use a Sebo and it's great! Most of the cleaners I know at work use them and it has been very, very good. It's powerful, computer controlled and easy to pack or transport, as it all comes apart if required.


Dantooine1 person likes this

£79.99 in sainsburys and homebase



It is £ 97.75 ;
http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/sol/shop/appliances/vacuum_cleaners/107548877_henry_1100w_bagged_cylinder_vacuum_cleaner.html?hnav=4294966184
it may be due to an energy saving option.

These are £79 in Homebase
Same model

quatermass

For those berating Dysons, remember they are a domestic product and … For those berating Dysons, remember they are a domestic product and people expect alot of them. In the most part they deliver in spades but you cannot expect them to last 10 years.



No reason not to, our neighbours DC-01 is at least 15 years old.

DC-01 are the exception to the Dyson range. very reliable


Dantooine1 person likes this

£79.99 in sainsburys and homebase



It is £ 97.75 ;
http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/sol/shop/appliances/vacuum_cleaners/107548877_henry_1100w_bagged_cylinder_vacuum_cleaner.html?hnav=4294966184
it may be due to an energy saving option.
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