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NUMATIC HVR160 Compact Vacuum Cleaner with 620W Power and 6 Litre Capacity Red for £95.20 with Code @ Ebay (Hughes)
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NUMATIC HVR160 Compact Vacuum Cleaner with 620W Power and 6 Litre Capacity Red for £95.20 with Code @ Ebay (Hughes)

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Product Details
With this vacuum you can Power through all the dirt with this bagged cylinder vacuum cleaner from Numatic. It will work wonders on both carpets and hard wood floors meaning you can clean your whole home from top to bottom.

The tools are stored directly on the vacuum too which means youll always have the right accessory for the job at your fingertips. With its 10 metre cord length youll have plenty of reach to go from room to room as well.

With its Tritex filter all fine dust can be kept away from the motor so itll prevent any blockages inside

Key Features
  • 7.5kg Weight and Bagged Design
  • HEPA 11 Filter
  • 6 Litre Dust Capacity
  • Used on CarpetsHard Floors
  • 620W Power
  • Energy Efficiency Class:A
  • Colour Of Unit: Red
  • Type: Cylinder
  • Dust collection: Bag
  • Filter type: Hepa
  • Additional Tools: Upholstery Tool
  • Power in W:620W
  • Length of mains lead in M:10m
  • Dust capacity in L:6 Litres
  • Vacuum Weight in kg: 7.5
  • Surface adjuster: Y
  • Cord rewind: Auto
  • Allergy filtration
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This deal sucks😁 .
slannmage14/07/2019 13:02

They're ok on hard floors, useless for carpets, nothing beats my 2200watt …They're ok on hard floors, useless for carpets, nothing beats my 2200watt Miele, it just sucks everything.

Buy the right brush attachment. I use the airo brush and my carpet looks brand new after I vacuum it
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This deal sucks😁 .
They're ok on hard floors, useless for carpets, nothing beats my 2200watt Miele, it just sucks everything.
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slannmage14/07/2019 13:02

They're ok on hard floors, useless for carpets, nothing beats my 2200watt …They're ok on hard floors, useless for carpets, nothing beats my 2200watt Miele, it just sucks everything.


They are all limited to 900w maximum now due to EU law (came in to play in 2017). I do agree that Miele is excellent though, just 2-3x the price
slannmage14/07/2019 13:02

They're ok on hard floors, useless for carpets, nothing beats my 2200watt …They're ok on hard floors, useless for carpets, nothing beats my 2200watt Miele, it just sucks everything.

Buy the right brush attachment. I use the airo brush and my carpet looks brand new after I vacuum it
deleted7108914/07/2019 13:20

They are all limited to 900w maximum now due to EU law (came in to play in …They are all limited to 900w maximum now due to EU law (came in to play in 2017). I do agree that Miele is excellent though, just 2-3x the price



And 900w is plenty, the machine just needs to be designed properly. It should really be measured in air watts anyway - anyone could stick a 2000w motor in a vacuum and claim it was powerful, but if it’s full of gaps where the air can get it in that measurement becomes meaningless. Numatic have actually opted to go far below the maximum wattage with this one and I find it still does a good job
finknottle14/07/2019 14:19

And 900w is plenty, the machine just needs to be designed properly. It …And 900w is plenty, the machine just needs to be designed properly. It should really be measured in air watts anyway - anyone could stick a 2000w motor in a vacuum and claim it was powerful, but if it’s full of gaps where the air can get it in that measurement becomes meaningless. Numatic have actually opted to go far below the maximum wattage with this one and I find it still does a good job


I think Miele do design their vacuums properly. Whenever I've been to stores shopping for a new vacuum, for build quality and design I've always ranked a miele first. Never bought one mind, not being bagless and their high price always made me compromise.

And as I understand it airwatts is correctly calculated from the air pressure and flow rate measured at the wand head, which does give an accurate representation.


I've used several Henry vacuums, and have been disappointed with their pick up, on one occasion I was helping my father sort out a CCTV system, the Henry on site wasn't up to cleaning up the mess we made and my father got so frustrated with it he drove home and fetched his Nilfisk. Of course they may have just all needed new bags and filters.
Edited by: "melted" 14th Jul
melted14/07/2019 16:39

I think Miele do design their vacuums properly. Whenever I've been to …I think Miele do design their vacuums properly. Whenever I've been to stores shopping for a new vacuum, for build quality and design I've always ranked a miele first. Never bought one mind, not being bagless and their high price always made me compromise.And as I understand it airwatts is correctly calculated from the air pressure and flow rate measured at the wand head, which does give an accurate representation.I've used several Henry vacuums, and have been disappointed with their pick up, on one occasion I was helping my father sort out a CCTV system, the Henry on site wasn't up to cleaning up the mess we made and my father got so frustrated with it he drove home and fetched his Nilfisk. Of course they may have just all needed new bags and filters.


Clean filter and new bag, will be plenty strong enough if running correctly. I use them working with fibreglass and they're built well, I can't imagine a Miele lasting 5 minutes putting it through what I put a Henry through
Stunning piece of kit
finknottle14/07/2019 14:19

And 900w is plenty, the machine just needs to be designed properly. It …And 900w is plenty, the machine just needs to be designed properly. It should really be measured in air watts anyway - anyone could stick a 2000w motor in a vacuum and claim it was powerful, but if it’s full of gaps where the air can get it in that measurement becomes meaningless. Numatic have actually opted to go far below the maximum wattage with this one and I find it still does a good job


On a slightly related note(!) - does anyone have any idea which reasonably priced handheld vacuum would be good enough for general hoovering on wooden floors?? I bought a Vax "total home" last year, and it struggles to pick up anything larger than a grain of rice! - it's so pathetic I often just give up and lug the corded hoover out.
Does anyone know if say, a Dyson V6 would be much better than my pathetic Vax??
horsepills29/07/2019 11:49

On a slightly related note(!) - does anyone have any idea which reasonably …On a slightly related note(!) - does anyone have any idea which reasonably priced handheld vacuum would be good enough for general hoovering on wooden floors?? I bought a Vax "total home" last year, and it struggles to pick up anything larger than a grain of rice! - it's so pathetic I often just give up and lug the corded hoover out.Does anyone know if say, a Dyson V6 would be much better than my pathetic Vax??


I have got the V6 for a while after replacing corded bagless VAX that was an utter garbage. We use it for quick house hoovering and it does reasonable job on mostly wooden floor with some carpeted areas. Bear in mind that the floorhead requires regular clean (3 long haired females at my home so I do it every 2 uses ) and the battery lasts about 20min, assuming you are not using the turbo mode which is going to deliver just 6-7 min. My brother bought a VAC, similar to yours about time we got our Dyson and it's already been binned as it was completely useless.

No more Vax in my home. We have Siemens Z 5.0 for regular, 'in depth' cleaning and Dyson as the handy, speedy option.
Edited by: "7777777" 29th Jul
Not sure whether to get the Henry or this from screwfix? Getting new carpets and the Dyson will just destroy the fibres!!

screwfix.com/p/t…516
I have this and it brilliant, enough suction.
Do you get any warranty buying through Ebay?
I know this is good for general use we have it at work but how good it is if you have pets? And I do not mean the extra brushes some others are giving for the upholstery etc but if it can actually suck pet's hair!
I bought 2 in past alright for office cleaning but no good 4 a house
horsepills29/07/2019 11:49

On a slightly related note(!) - does anyone have any idea which reasonably …On a slightly related note(!) - does anyone have any idea which reasonably priced handheld vacuum would be good enough for general hoovering on wooden floors?? I bought a Vax "total home" last year, and it struggles to pick up anything larger than a grain of rice! - it's so pathetic I often just give up and lug the corded hoover out.Does anyone know if say, a Dyson V6 would be much better than my pathetic Vax??


Love our Dyson V6! Mind, you’ll need the hardfloor head to use on wooden floors but it does a great job rather than just pushing the dirt around. If only the bin was bigger.
I really REALLY hate this Hoover.... Always have... I used to be a cleaner. And them someone bought me one as wedding present 7 years later sold it for 50 and bought myself a Dyson...Everytime I hoovered with the Henry I'd get so mad. It's a horrible Hoover. But everyone seems to love it... Go figure.,
No1Funnymummy29/07/2019 21:19

I really REALLY hate this Hoover.... Always have... I used to be a …I really REALLY hate this Hoover.... Always have... I used to be a cleaner. And them someone bought me one as wedding present 7 years later sold it for 50 and bought myself a Dyson...Everytime I hoovered with the Henry I'd get so mad. It's a horrible Hoover. But everyone seems to love it... Go figure.,


What didn't you like about it?
No1Funnymummy29/07/2019 21:19

I really REALLY hate this Hoover.... Always have... I used to be a …I really REALLY hate this Hoover.... Always have... I used to be a cleaner. And them someone bought me one as wedding present 7 years later sold it for 50 and bought myself a Dyson...Everytime I hoovered with the Henry I'd get so mad. It's a horrible Hoover. But everyone seems to love it... Go figure.,


Such a bad hoover, but you used it for 7 years though?
Those eyes...
lanceuppercut30/07/2019 06:44

Such a bad hoover, but you used it for 7 years though?


Yes I had my kids 😁 and those years was broke. need I say more? You make do, don't you.
Mostly it was the size the awkwardness. Try doing flights of stairs with it you will want to kill the person who invented it for home use. This a great Hoover for big flat open spaces not for family flat living. Just doesn't work in small spaces.
I haven't read through the other comments. But fyi, there are better, more powerful red Henrys.
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