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Henry Xtra Bagged Cylinder Vacuum, 9 Litre, 620 Watt - £129.99 at Amazon
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Henry Xtra Bagged Cylinder Vacuum, 9 Litre, 620 Watt - £129.99 at Amazon

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Posted 18th Aug

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I was fortunate enough to pick one of these bad boys up on Prime Day and can honestly say that I think these are brilliant. In my opinion you just cannot compare the 9 litre Xtra model to the standard 6 litre models than can regularly be picked up for under £100. To buy a genuine AiroBrush (which is the main selling point of the Xtra over the standard model) would cost you around £30 and you would have a vacuum cleaner with a lower capacity and less included tools. Once you have used the AiroBrush on carpet I do not personally think there is any going back, it is a beast. The hard floor attachment is also fantastic and it is really quick to switch between the two. You can also use the slots on the back to hold your most commonly used attachments like the duster tool. I would not personally bother buying any additional bags as 9 litres will last you an eternity and you get 2 included out of the box anyway. Apparently you can also carefully empty the bags over a bin to reuse them over and over if you are that way inclined.

If anyone has 20 minutes to spare you can learn all about the different models of Henry here (I found it fascinating but then again I am a bit sad):


According to camelcamelcamel this is pretty much as cheap as the Xtra has ever been.

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Happy hoovering.
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Great deal-post, thanks.
I want one now that I’ve watched the video
Is the 620w sufficient, its a big drop from the older models...
mayzi18/08/2019 11:56

Is the 620w sufficient, its a big drop from the older models...


Personally I think so. What you have to remember is that the EU introduced a law saying appliances couldn’t be over 900W and Numatic decided that 620W was still more than sufficient. What a lot of people don’t take into account is that the length and design of the hose/attachments has just as much of an effect on suction as the wattage of the motor. It’s just human nature to assume than more is always more. Whilst doing my research on these I read plenty of reviews saying these are just as good (if not better) than the older models mainly due to the change of design that compensates for the reduced wattage of the motor. They have the added bonus of also being much cheaper to run electricity wise. I have absolutely no complaints with mine. Hope this helps.
Edited by: "TightNortherner" 18th Aug
OP, you've missed the one vital statistic that means this is no better than the 6 Litre one.... and that's the suction.

Both are rated at 620 Watts, which completely rubbish.

I have the original henry before the EU halved power on units like this and that's the one to get hold off, there is plenty around if you look around.... As for this deal, it's poor. No point in a higher storage when the suction is so dire.
Henry we all loved and admired is long time gone.
The XL is the best 'hoover' I've ever owned. Picked it up for the lower price earlier this year.
We bought a Henry a couple of years ago as MrsD had worked in a hospital and said they were brilliant. What I didn't realise is that hospitals are full of wide open spaces! Lugging the thing round our cluttered house was like hoovering with an octopus. It lasted four weeks before it went to the charity shop. I thought afterwards, we should have donated it to the hospital!
Sharpharp18/08/2019 12:22

OP, you've missed the one vital statistic that means this is no better …OP, you've missed the one vital statistic that means this is no better than the 6 Litre one.... and that's the suction.Both are rated at 620 Watts, which completely rubbish. I have the original henry before the EU halved power on units like this and that's the one to get hold off, there is plenty around if you look around.... As for this deal, it's poor. No point in a higher storage when the suction is so dire.




expertreviews.co.uk/vacuum-cleaners/1405717/henry-hoover-review-the-best-british-vacuum-cleaner-ever

google.co.uk/amp…mp/

trustedreviews.com/guide/best-vacuum-cleaner-numatic-henry-hvr200-a2

You’re absolutely right. They are dire. Thank you for your insight.
Edited by: "TightNortherner" 18th Aug
TightNortherner18/08/2019 13:30

expertreviews.co.uk/vacuum-cleaners/1405717/henry-hoover-review-the-best-british-vacuum-cleaner-evergoogle.co.uk/amp/s/www.telegraph.co.uk/interiors/home/the-best-vacuum-cleaners/amp/trustedreviews.com/guide/best-vacuum-cleaner-numatic-henry-hvr200-a2You’re absolutely right. They are dire. Thank you for your insight.



Look I get it, its your deal, your butt-hurt I slated it... Just man up, no cutting and pasting of google links will save this pathetic deal.
Instead of retaliating with frantic links in desperation, read what I said and let it sink in.
wow, 620W we still have Edward , Henry's original big brother,
he's 1200W

I guess it's like cars , the newer ones are more efficient
LesD18/08/2019 13:20

We bought a Henry a couple of years ago as MrsD had worked in a hospital …We bought a Henry a couple of years ago as MrsD had worked in a hospital and said they were brilliant. What I didn't realise is that hospitals are full of wide open spaces! Lugging the thing round our cluttered house was like hoovering with an octopus. It lasted four weeks before it went to the charity shop. I thought afterwards, we should have donated it to the hospital!


Do you live in a wendy house? I have no problems in my wee pad.
Sharpharp18/08/2019 14:00

Look I get it, its your deal, your butt-hurt I slated it... Just man up, …Look I get it, its your deal, your butt-hurt I slated it... Just man up, no cutting and pasting of google links will save this pathetic deal. Instead of retaliating with frantic links in desperation, read what I said and let it sink in.


Admit it - you failed.
For anyone who feels inadequate with 620w, for £179 you can have the Henry Wash which is a dry/wet vac with a 1060w motor.
Does anyone know a older one model number or could help me find or provide a link if you recently bought it please? I used to use them at work and since they've change the power they've really went downhill in my opinion. Would love to get hold of an old version.
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