I’m still looking at this deal, but finding it hard to determine if this is a good enough product to buy even at £99.99 The Hoover page shows a 4 out of 5 star rating star, however the reviews are quite bad. The problem is customers are leaving scores of 7/10 and then saying the item broke after a few weeks, poor quality etc…so the scores aren’t commensurate with the feedback. I really want a product that I will not be disappointed with, and I’m not sure that this cleaner will fulfill that. Voted cold due to poor reviews despite Hoover giving it a 4/5 star rating.
Is the motor brushed or brushless?
Thanks for replying. I’ll take a look.
The H-FREE 300 is a much newer product plus it has a longer runtime on high power. It also has dual LED lights in stick and a nice handheld mode. (y) There's a full review here: https://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/hoover-h-free-300
Is this a better deal? H-Free 700 Pets Cordless Vacuum Cleaner was £219.99 now also £99.99 (saving £120) Perhaps OP can explain the difference and why they think their deal is better before I purchase one,
I bought the 'Freedom' FD22G model (cordless stick/handheld) a few months ago, refurbished from Direct Vacuums on eBay for £70. Very decent quality and performance for this type of vacuum, with a reasonable run-time of ~25 minutes and good pick up of dog hair (even though it's not the model specifically for pets, which is the FD22RP).
Don’t have one yet but Shark seem to get very strong reviews.
how this brand compares to Shark? I am after bagless cyliner type, but Shark HV320UKT caught my eye...
Looks like some of these may be cheaper elsewhere already. Freedom (FD22RP) Amazon link £114.49 (Prime) ^ cheaper for the grey model too at £99.99
After sifting through it all, apart from the enigma upright, none of them are any good. :D