Henry HRV200P Reviews
Description:Henry Numatic HRV200P Hetty Vacuum Cleaner / With a unique personality the Numatic HET200P Hetty Vacuum Cleaner features a 1200 watt powerful motor ideal for those who own pets such as dogs or cats that usually shed a lot of hair / It also features an ... more
Henry HRV200P ... improved switch layout non-marking buffing ring to protect your furniture and fittings / 1200 watts.229 air watts.Length of hose 2.4m.Variable power.9 litres dustbag capacityTritex filtration.Washable filter.Manual cord rewind / Adjustable floorhead.Includes crevice tool 3 piece stainless steel tubes hose floor tool and upholstery nozzle.Suitable for all floor types.10m power cord / Weight 6.9kg.2 year guarantee / Short name: Henry HRV200P
Newest Review: ... dust means she gets used 2-3 times a week and she always does the job. I bought it online for about £100 and although ... more
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Customer Henry HRV200P Reviews (19)
by - written on 20/10/10 (Very useful, 253 readings)
The Henry Vacuum Cleaner has been a long-term (20-year) investment of my family who chose to adopt their first cleaner after being in need of a machine capable of reaching difficult areas, and cleaning difficult surfaces. The Henry series in general has become an iconic brand of cleaner which people seem to become attached to, making it their life-time choice. -CLEANING ABILITY- The vacuum's long flexible attachment ( in two parts) allows the user to reach under sofa's, cupboards and other tight spaces and effectively pipe the dirt back into the housing of the machine which can be positioned up to 1.5 metres away. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/01, updated on 01/08/01 (Very useful, 2850 readings)
There are two things in my household that are always getting broken or ruined, one is the iron and the other is the vacuum cleaner. Over the years I have had countless irons and vacuums, that is until I met Dyson and then Henry. I decided to get a Henry as the commission on my catalouge had built up and I did not know what to get. I had had a Dyson for some time but thought the fact my cleaners were always going wrong, it might be an idea to have a back up. I looked through the catalouge to see what was available and of course, Henry's smiling face was saying "look, try me, I'll be your helper". I worked in a large Public Sector ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/03/11 (Very useful, 593 readings)
I have always had miele vacuum cleaners however when the last one died I was unable to afford the full price of a new miele and after much research and recommendation from various people we decided to get a Henry. Background Henry vacuum cleaners are made by numatic international and they have a 1200watt motor a two stage motor with 2 speed options and a 10 m cable which is stored inside the cleaner via a rewind cable. Specification I have mentioned some details above however it is important to note the speeds are 1200 on high and 600 on low use high speed for wood floors and very dirty areas. The cleaning range of the Henry is 28.6 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/08/02, updated on 29/05/05 (Very useful, 1339 readings)
Initially, we were very pleased to receive the gift of a second-hand compact Hitachi vacuum cleaner, but I grew to despise it. The Hitachi’s suction was pathetically weak, and the stinkiness it emitted following its attempts at cleaning rendered it as little more than a smell-making noise machine. What is more, baby was terrified of it, and went into a crying fit even if I attempted to move it, never mind switch it on. He eventually got over his fear, but by this time, I had had enough of the Hitachi, and all in all, our carpets were looking very dingy as a result of from infrequent and inadequate cleaning. We now had some money to spend and the time was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/06, updated on 10/03/06 (Very useful, 1567 readings)
Prelude.... A few months back I moved into a new flat and, being short on cash, I bought a cheap vacuum cleaner. The flat has cream carpet throughout which looks clean and airy but of course shows every little speck of dust. Throw in a large brown rug which moults everywhere and I'm sure you are beginning to get the picture. Buying a cheap vacuum cleaner was an unqualified mistake, I broke my rules and I paid the price, as, after a couple of months, it lost just about all suction in fact it had less suction than a geriatric asthmatic and stubbonly refused to pickup even the slightest speck of dust and only served to distribute the chocolate brown ... Read the complete review
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