Hoover FD22BR Freedom Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner Red was £199 now £89.99 Delivered (with Code) @ Co-op Electrical
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Hoover FD22BR Freedom Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner Red was £199 now £89.99 Delivered (with Code) @ Co-op Electrical

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Mod & Ed
Found 16th Mar
Seems a decent price - was £199.99 & now one of their special deals for £99.99 but if you use code CP10, it will take another £10 off making it just £89.99 delivered.
Seems to be the cheapest price around by quite a margin

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Product Features:

Lightweight and versatile, this 2-in-1 rechargeable cordless vacuum cleaner also has a removable handheld; ideal for cleaning stairs

Charge the battery for up to 25 minutes run time

Weighing just 2.2kg, the Freedom 22V cleaner is easy to manoeuvre around furniture and clean ceilings thanks to the rotating brush head

Continuous power mode allows you to vacuum larger areas without holding the trigger
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What are these like in comparison to Dyson or vax equivalents please.?
cant see the £99 price?
Savvy127 m ago

What are these like in comparison to Dyson or vax equivalents please.?


Very similar, i.e. they are all useless
Code doesn't work and can't see that price?
muffboy20 m ago

Very similar, i.e. they are all useless


Super helpful. Actually the Dyson ones are very useful for quick clean ups on hardwood and carpet / rugs. Would be interesting to see how this one compares from someone who has actually used both types.
muffboy32 m ago

Very similar, i.e. they are all useless


Don't be so ridiculous. We went from a corded upright hoover to a Dyson V6 and it is one of the best decisions we made. The fact that it can be grabbed off the wall and used when we need it is brilliant and it makes hoovering a lot easier. They serve a very useful purpose. I would never go back to a corded hoover.
Price is now £199.99?
muffboy49 m ago

Very similar, i.e. they are all useless


what piffle. have only used the full size vacuum once since i bought a dyson v8, only because the dyson battery was dead - it feels like I get the job done much quicker with the cordless unit. not sure if its true but its a breeze now.

the big problem is the stupid price dyson charge for them. I expect other brands to be just as good if not better.
Had the Dyson V6 for over a year now. Seems to cater to our needs surprisingly. We’ve now got rid of the Henry as no one can ever be bothered to get it out and drag around the whole house anymore. As good as it is.
muffboy1 h, 20 m ago

Very similar, i.e. they are all useless


It all depends on your household. We ended up returning the cordless Dyson V6 Animal after 2 weeks. Most of these cordless hoovers have a rotating brush head that collect dust and suck it up to the collection cylinder. In our household we have a cat and both of us have long hair, the hair ended up catching on the brush head and on each clean we had to cut the hair off the brush head with scissors. This was inconvenient and a deal breaker considering how expensive the Dyson was. I suspect everyone will have a different experience but I do have a problem with the Dyson mark-up as the battery has a maximum full charge capacity of 2 years and the plastic components are not durable (based on my mother's last one). I would look more favourably at this Hoover as the £89 price point seems reasonable as long as your household isn't a very hairy one.
Edited by: "agentsik007" 16th Mar
androidavis22 m ago

Had the Dyson V6 for over a year now. Seems to cater to our needs …Had the Dyson V6 for over a year now. Seems to cater to our needs surprisingly. We’ve now got rid of the Henry as no one can ever be bothered to get it out and drag around the whole house anymore. As good as it is.


We’ve been thinking of doing the same but kept the henry for now as it’s good a deeper clean.
So..... As long as the vacuum has cyclone technology they should be as good as each other?
"all useless"


Ahh, don't you just love "mute user" button. Would be handy IRL
Edited by: "deepmenace" 16th Mar
This is typical of marketing gurus sucking in the general public to get them to buy a product that there is actually no market for in most westernised Countries, i.e. we have electricity and sockets in each room to plug appliances into.
I get the cordless rechargeable concept for garden tools, saves the use of extension leads etc. but there is no need whatsoever for a cordless vacuum in 99% of households, you are beholding to a paltry battery life/charge cycle and paying ridiculous money for such items. I just don't get it, can someone explain?
muffboy58 m ago

This is typical of marketing gurus sucking in the general public to get …This is typical of marketing gurus sucking in the general public to get them to buy a product that there is actually no market for in most westernised Countries, i.e. we have electricity and sockets in each room to plug appliances into.I get the cordless rechargeable concept for garden tools, saves the use of extension leads etc. but there is no need whatsoever for a cordless vacuum in 99% of households, you are beholding to a paltry battery life/charge cycle and paying ridiculous money for such items. I just don't get it, can someone explain?


Walking backwards and forwards between room unplugging and moving things to get to empty plug sockets that don't have things plugged into is easier and more convenient..sure you could cook your dinner on the BBQ every night but having an oven in your kitchen is alot less time consuming and convenient don't you think....
essexdave116th Mar

Walking backwards and forwards between room unplugging and moving things …Walking backwards and forwards between room unplugging and moving things to get to empty plug sockets that don't have things plugged into is easier and more convenient..sure you could cook your dinner on the BBQ every night but having an oven in your kitchen is alot less time consuming and convenient don't you think....


With all respect, I hear the analogies you're trying to make. :-)

But in all realness, a kitchen oven is purely for indoors, whereas a BBQ is purely for outdoors (things kinda get a wee bit 'complicated' when we muddy the water's of the two ... )

The previous commenter's comment on the cordless/non-cordless argument on the other hand, makes a lot more practical sense when viewed from a conceptual perspective. :-)

Though saying that, from individual user perspectives however, certain ideas/options, may not necessary all prove the same?.

(As both pro's and con's exist within all stated 'options'). :-)
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