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Hoover FD22G Freedom Lithium 2-in-1 Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner, 0.7 Litre, 22 V - £79.99 @ Amazon
Hoover FD22G Freedom Lithium 2-in-1 Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner, 0.7 Litre, 22 V - £79.99 @ Amazon

Hoover FD22G Freedom Lithium 2-in-1 Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner, 0.7 Litre, 22 V - £79.99 @ Amazon

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not a Dyson, but seems a good price for a cordless vacuum

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Reviews are not great.

"Poor mans Dyson"

£110 when I look

just order with a prime trial. thanks op

pet20001 h, 45 m ago

£110 when I look


​click view offer, if that don't work search for it. it's on prime day deals.
Edited by: "noseley" 10th Jul

Mines £98.99 with prime...?

Do they have a 3 year warranty?

Showing as £98.99 with prime

I bought a Vax from Argos similar to this. I would say don't bother, they're just about OK for picking up very light debris off the floor in the kitchen. I would hope a Dyson which costs a lot more works a lot better.

J4GG4

Reviews are not great."Poor mans Dyson"



fishmaster

I bought a Vax from Argos similar to this. I would say don't bother, … I bought a Vax from Argos similar to this. I would say don't bother, they're just about OK for picking up very light debris off the floor in the kitchen. I would hope a Dyson which costs a lot more works a lot better.



After a lot of looking around for a cordless 2-in-1 to supplement our Dyson DC40, I went for this Hoover FD22G - refurbished for £70 from Direct Vacuums on eBay.
I have to say, we have found it to be pretty good for its intended usage - removing dog hairs from the sofa, doing the stairs, bedrooms, kitchen floor, etc..
20 to 25 minutes run time, battery recharges quickly, and the motorised head can be used in hand-held mode (i.e. without the extension tube) - this is NOT always the case for similar models from other manufacturers.
Edited by: "WillieGophar" 30th Jul

These are absolute crap - I bought one and returned it the next day - very weak - akin to those cheapo handheld car vacs that you buy on a whim and immediately consign to the loft to be used only if there isn't a viable alternative.

The price tells you all you need to know - they launched these at over £200 late last year and the price has fallen dramatically. Seriously, I wouldn't pay £50 for one.

I was lucky to find the Dyson V6 on offer on the same day I returned this piece of junk.
Edited by: "SlightlyFoxed" 31st Jul
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