|Product Dimensions||34 x 37 x 36 cm; 8.1 Kilograms|
|Volume Capacity||9 Liters|
|Power / Wattage||580 watts|
|Number of Speeds||1|
|Energy Efficiency Class||A+ to G|
|Annual Energy Consumption||25.2 Kilowatt Hours Per Year|
|Noise Level||72 dB|
|Special Features||Cord Rewind, Bagged, Corded|
|Item Weight||8.1 kg|
Henry Bagged Cylinder Vacuum, 620 W, 9 litres, Red
|Price:||+ $137.14 Delivery|
|Power / Wattage||580 watts|
About this item
- 9L capacity
- 620 Watts
- Extended working life with reduced sound level
- 2-stage motor technology
- Low push force high efficiency Hi-Pro floor tool
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With over 10 million made, and most still in use today, Henry really is the vacuum you can trust.Henry's great features make cleaning easy, including his super long-reach, "trouble free" rewind cable, bigger 9L capacity and handy, on-board tool storage. Easily switch between carpets and hard-floors with Henry’s high-performance Combi Floor Tool. Add to this the Crevice Tool, Upholstery Tool, Mattress Tool and Dusting Tool and Henry has a tool for every job. Carpets, hard-floors, cars, stairs, DIY... nothing beats a Henry for versatility. When it's time to empty, Henry Bags lock all the dust in the bag, meaning emptying with no dust and no mess.
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Then suddenly i heard a rustling from deep within the box. My first thoughts were: after what theve just done, now they've gone a put a drone in there (or a minature camera man) to expose me and throttle the life out of the last few shreds of dignity i had left.
It was all for naught however, as i opened the box with utmost caution, out popped henry the hoover with a huge grin spread across his face like raspberry jam. "Ahoy!" he seemed to mumble, though of course he lacked the proper equipment to form coherent words. And already he was on the job, he leaped out ready to punch his card in and get down to some serious hoovering.
No need to spend much time assembling this chap, he will do it himself!! Within seconds he was fumbling around in the box, taking out various pieces and slotting them in here and there. With the harder to reach areas he would hand me an object and gesture as to where it went and then followed by what motion i needed to complete the task, i.e screw or push.
Then Henry the 1st or henry "the red devil" hoover if you'd prefer, lept to the task at hand. His eyes scanned the room and settled on the wall socket to which he then ran over to and plugged himself in - his eyes becoming wild as the current flowed though him.
He zipped through the kitchen and lounge like a fly through an open window. Sucking up all like a cheery little hurricane - stopping for none and seizing the day.
But then.. He came to the sheep skin rug.
Mind a blaze, swinging and swirling, until he reached into his tool belt and changed his attachment. He then hooverd the rug with his signature gusto and all was well.
So to cut a long story short... Id give young henry five stars. He has very strong suction and a long cable. By far the best hoover ive ever used (dyson included).
Thanks for reading!
The first thing to say is that Henry (I have the compact unit) is a powerful little devil. I've been pleasantly surprised at how effective he is, considering the small size of the space all the dust gets sucked into. I've used him on carpet (brush up, vent a little open) and hard floors (brush down, vent closed), and he's equally effective on each. He's brought a couple of tired old long-pile rugs back to life, and he gets every scrap of dust off my laminate and tiled floors. So, since that's what he's designed to do, a thumbs up from me.
Oh, and the long cable is great — I live in a flat and I don't have to keep moving the plug to get to each room. Love the cable rewind, too.
Second thing is what comes in the box. You get Henry and all the attachments, as well as two bags. Since the description says 'a Henry unit', I thought that might be useful to know. You don't need to go buy a whole box of bags, like I did. D'oh.
What I *don't* like are all the things I knew I wouldn't like when I bought him:
- He's heavy. Not going to work for someone older/less able, and definitely not the best for carting up and down stairs.
- He's a bit cumbersome. I do get tangled in the hose and the cable, and I find him a little difficult to manoeuvre in tight spaces. Might simply be that I need to get used to him.
- He takes up a lot more space than an upright. So stashing him in the cupboard meant clearing some extra space. Not really a hardship, just something to be aware of - the base unit is a little fat thing and the hose is very tall.
In summary: is it light? No. Is it space-efficient? No. Is it particularly manoeuvrable? No. Does it clean floors? Hell, yes. If Henry came in an upright format, I'd give him five stars. But I still don't like trundling him along or finding myself tied to the furniture with the hose and cable.
My word!!!!!! Henry is a belter!!!!! He’s nearly inhaled my carpet but I’m still getting used to different attachments- I will never ever go back to another hoover, Henry is fab!!!!
I purchased this because my sister has one, and because there was a £20 discount.
Came with 1 x bag pre-installed, and 2 x spare bags (which is excellent).
Don't buy a VAX hoover. It cost me a fortune in repairs and was hopeless in its functionality!