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Henry Vacuum Cleaner - £75.00 (or £63.75 if NHS) @ Homebase
Henry Vacuum Cleaner - £75.00 (or £63.75 if NHS) @ Homebase

Henry Vacuum Cleaner - £75.00 (or £63.75 if NHS) @ Homebase

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1200 Watts.
Hi/Low power control.
Washable filter.
Includes dusting brush and upholstery brush.
Stainless steel extension tube.
Crevice tube.
Floor nozzle.
10m power cord.

15% off this weekend for NHS staff (see voucher above in yellow)... making this £63.75!!! The cheapest Henry EVER!*

* I think?

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Ive always wanted one of these, thanks for posting :thumbsup:

Or if not NHS get B&Q to price match and beat by 10%

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jpd1;5155384

Or if not NHS get B&Q to price match and beat by 10%


well done on a good post... not many new members offer such infomation!

EDIT: Your not a new member... you just dont post a lot.

these work just as well without bags = more money saved:thumbsup:

Original Poster

Mine survived drinking some water at one point also...!

15% off at Homebase for AMEX card holders, too.

when I was in homebase last week there was some sort of 10% card I could sign up for that I neglected to take up. Anyone know anything about that?

I got one on Monday for £63.75

Kind of a re-run of this deal hotukdeals.com/ite…hom

But I don't think the 15% off voucher works anymore. So still a good price :thumbsup:

better off with a Dyson

just a joke!

tdaulerio;5156892

15% off at Homebase for AMEX card holders, too.



Didn't know that...cheers:thumbsup:

tdaulerio;5156892

15% off at Homebase for AMEX card holders, too.



I hold an AMEX but it is a work credit card, wonder if I actually have to pay with it or just hold it.

jamesdew;5157638

I hold an AMEX but it is a work credit card, wonder if I actually have to … I hold an AMEX but it is a work credit card, wonder if I actually have to pay with it or just hold it.



nah u will need the voucher though!

i have this voucher also but you have to use it with an nhs pass or proof of being an nhs staff member !

images.amexnetwork.com/ric…pdf

Is the Amex voucher that gives you another 15% off the price. There is another voucher for 15% off without an Amex card but I can't seen to find it at the moment.

yellowplum;5158499

http://images.amexnetwork.com/richmedia/offer/NGSCOFhomebase3/NGSCOFhomebase3-voucher_en-gb.pdfIs the Amex voucher that gives you another 15% off the price. There is another voucher for 15% off without an Amex card but I can't seen to find it at the moment.



It finished last month but they posted me out a new card for this month. Not sure if they done this for all amex card holders.
Actually bought it last month at this price. Nice little vacuum and very attractive according to Russell Brand.

topbloke77;5157150

better off with a Dyson



Dyson Sucks!

I am gutted I just paid £83 on Sunday from Amazon. Got it on Tuesday. Great hoover though. Ah well cant win them all.:x

Hey all!! Just a little review. I had one of these, and the bagless nature of it isn't all it's cracked up to be. You empty it by taking the black top off, which means all the bits of unmentionables you've been hoovering up come out of the nice big gaping hole and you've got to carry the bottom bit with the dust in it to the bin. It's not great. Certainly not compared to something like the Dyson where you can carry the dust container thing to the bin and empty it with a press of the button. You still get crud in the air, but no where near as much.

Also, it isn't very good on carpets. You really need something with a motorised brush bar if you've got carpets. Again, the Dyson I have is superb at that. If you've got hard flooring throughout, however, this is great, and probably outperforms the Dyson.

craigp;5159718

Hey all!! Just a little review. I had one of these, and the bagless … Hey all!! Just a little review. I had one of these, and the bagless nature of it isn't all it's cracked up to be. You empty it by taking the black top off, which means all the bits of unmentionables you've been hoovering up come out of the nice big gaping hole and you've got to carry the bottom bit with the dust in it to the bin. It's not great. Certainly not compared to something like the Dyson where you can carry the dust container thing to the bin and empty it with a press of the button. You still get crud in the air, but no where near as much.Also, it isn't very good on carpets. You really need something with a motorised brush bar if you've got carpets. Again, the Dyson I have is superb at that. If you've got hard flooring throughout, however, this is great, and probably outperforms the Dyson.



I have had 2 dysons, an upright, once the guarantee ran out it broke so many times I oaid for it over again in the cost of spares, now have a cylinder (as was recommended to me) it is awful!! fine for hard floors, which thankfully i mostly have, but on the flat carpet i have to go round on my hands & knees afterwards & collect up the hairs it leaves behind! would never buy another!
I did however have a Vax upright & it was fab, great sucking power but my son blew it up! LOL

sanmarco5;5160076

I have had 2 dysons, an upright, once the guarantee ran out it broke so … I have had 2 dysons, an upright, once the guarantee ran out it broke so many times I oaid for it over again in the cost of spares, now have a cylinder (as was recommended to me) it is awful!! fine for hard floors, which thankfully i mostly have, but on the flat carpet i have to go round on my hands & knees afterwards & collect up the hairs it leaves behind! would never buy another!I did however have a Vax upright & it was fab, great sucking power but my son blew it up! LOL



OK. I think you're saying that you didn't get on with your Dyson(s). It really is odd. I don't feel like I've drunk the cool-aid, but the Dyson vacuum cleaner I bought is a product that I've really become enamoured with.

Mine seems to be holding up admirably to the punishment I've been giving it. I clean the filter every six months or so and it seems as proficient today as it was on the day I bought it (must be about a year ago now). The spare parts are cheap and easily available on their web site, and are easily user-replaceable.

Making a consumer product that can be maintained by the consumer in such a low-cost low-hassle way takes significant investment on behalf of the manufacturer - not to mention significant vision and moral. It could be argued that Dyson have chosen to honestly support the consumer - rather than producing a hip and trendy new product and then forcing the consumer to pay the manufacturer to fix it when the product dies after six months, they've created a hip and trendy new product which is (to the largest extent) user-serviceable. This isn't just forward-thinking, this is practically unheard of for a manufacturer. In my book, that earns them a loyal customer.

CrackerJack;5160262

Been using my Henry on my carpets for over 5 years, no probs at all.



I can only suggest you try a vacuum cleaner with a brush bar immediately after your Henry and see how much more it picks up. Your assertion of 'no probs at all' is so vague as to suggest a tacit lack of attention to detail.

Got mine last weekend. They were doing the ones with the 'auto energy save' function for the same price, so that did me fine :thumbsup:

amusing responses ! The picture shown is not a Henry vacuum, it is another (cheaper)model called a NRV200. How many professional cleaning contractors actaully use Dyson ?? very few, if any, and they are vacuuming for a living ! You will find that 80% or 90% use Henry, mainly because it is efficient and reliable. Best always to use a bag as it acts as part of the filtration, and stops minute particles of grit getting into the motor bearings. Use without a bag can also reduce suction.

We've just got a Henry (well Hetty but same thing) it is the best vacuum I have ever purchased. Wish I'd got one years ago! Great price.

craigp;5160350

I can only suggest you try a vacuum cleaner with a brush bar immediately … I can only suggest you try a vacuum cleaner with a brush bar immediately after your Henry and see how much more it picks up. Your assertion of 'no probs at all' is so vague as to suggest a tacit lack of attention to detail.



Im a big fan of the Henry. The most robust Vacuum about. But I totally agree with this dude about a Henry on carpets.....especially if you have a pet. We have 2 cats and its a total workout getting all the hair out with a Henry compared to any vacuum with a brush bar. We are about to get flooring so the Henry will be unbeatable soon.

Someone else was talking about Dyson making their appliances user serviceable. This is indeed a nice feature and should be commended. However this is not required for a Henry as they as so robust and will more than likely outlast the owner.

I don't think he said BUY. He said TRY.

Surprise, sur "damn"prise - NONE LEFT IN MY LOCAL!

Whats new with these "offers" half these holes have in?
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