Henry HVR200 Reviews
Product Type: Henry vacuums
Newest Review: ... great as I have a thick pile rug in my living room and the higher suction setting works a treat getting crumbs and whatever ... more
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Customer Henry HVR200 Reviews (65)
by - written on 16/05/12 (Very useful, 235 readings)
~All about Henry~ ************** I have owned a number of vacuum cleaners over the years and the only brand that I have ever been tempted to buy again from is Numatic. I bought my first "Henry" a good few years ago when they were sold with a simple one speed suction option, that was enough to lift fitted carpets from the floors if the filter bag was newly fitted and the air intake closure on the hose arm was left fully closed. When I decided to replace my old style Henry with a slightly newer version after the older model had given many years of trusted service, I was pleased to see that there had been a few tweeks made to the design which I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/07/11 (Very useful, 137 readings)
I've been through a variety of vacuum cleaners in the last ten years. Uprights, cylinders, bag less etc. None of them have ever lasted more than about a year before the suction goes, or they just don't want to cope with being mistreated anymore as they are bumped up the stairs or thrown over by the children. I've never had enough of a budget to buy a really expensive model, but two years ago I spotted an offer for a Henry Hoover and decided to try it out for myself. I've only ever heard good reviews about Henry's, but they have usually been associated with commercial cleaning in my experience with them. At under £100, the price fit so it had to be better ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/09 (Very useful, 173 readings)
Hetty/Henry Vacuum Cleaner: I have had loads of little cheap vacuum cleaners; you know the ones, about £30 from some cheap shop. They only last a few months before they start to seriously loose suction and they completely fail to pick up hair be it my hair or the cats! I decided to buy a decent hoover, really invest in something that would last me and make the job I hate most less stress and effort. I had a look round, the Dyson vacuums were all eye-catching but I had used several before and I didn't like them, they always seemed to break down too. I had, had a second hand Vax in the past too but I found it heavy and awkward so I finally settled on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Numatic HVR 200 Henry I have had Henry for around 8 months now and he is an outstanding help me and my family. I don't know what inspired the designers to put a face on this vacuum cleaner but it has certainly added a lot of personality to what is normally a very boring household item. Why bother? I hear you cry - it makes no difference!! I beg to differ on this point as I have found that when my nieces and nephews come round to my flat (I have no children of my own), they tend to see him and treat him as a little person. I have actually seen them argue as to who can do the hoovering - what a brilliant result!! TECHNICAL ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/10, updated on 14/10/10 (Very useful, 132 readings)
When you consider that a vacuum cleaner has only one function to perform - sucking up dirt - you'd think that the manufacturers of these appliances would have reached a plateau by now, beyond which no further improvements could ever be made to this solitary physical action. Unfortunately it seems that more time is spent on advertising the latest obnoxious space-station of a Dyson than is spent actually making the things perform better than previous models. Or so I thought. I had just about given up on the idea of finding a cleaner that could both perform consistently and not require a repair every six months, until I remembered the sinister cow-eyed face of ... Read the complete review
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