Product Type: Numatic vacuums
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Numatic Henry: nostalgia and reliability
Member Name: lihopker
Date: 22/09/10, updated on 23/09/10 (58 review reads)
Advantages: Nostalgic, reliable, easy-to-use
After having various dysons, some of which worked fairly well, my family made the switch to a Henry! The first thing that is great about it is the novelty. I remember seeing these in my school when the cleaners came round and on various TV programs, and having one in the home gives me a lovely sense of nostalgia. Not only is there this sense of nostalgia, but the Numatic Henry performs brilliantly. Its nozzle sucks up the dirt and dust well, and its high and low suck settings mean that it can be used on carpets, rugs, and wooden flooring. The metal tubing is shaped so that the Henry works round stairs well, and its flexible hose makes it easy to use in all the nooks and crannies. It is easily transportable with the wheels, and because it is small and compact, it is easy to move around and lift. Its smily face mean that the kids can have more fun with hoovering than other hoovers and it is not too heavy so all the family can use it. All of these factors, as well as the fact that so far there has been nothing wrong with ours, mean that it is a brilliant, reliable, easy-to-use hoover.
Summary: Simple, reliable hoover that is attractive, and nostalgic
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