Written on: 28/01/2011
After owning a Dyson this one was supposed to be better - well I can tell you it is not. Very poor build quality and the belts break after 2-3 hours use.
Shame really from what used to be a reputible company.
So - its back to Dyson (read more)
Written on: 19/06/2009
This Hoover HPP16 Performer Pet model competes where they never did before. After surveying the market and ultimately considering price I was guided to Airpower and NOT watts. The machine isn't best in category for weight but tops out with features and price. Some of its operations are a little fiddly but no better or worse than other makes. It's got good suction and is sturdy and well built - would recommend and would buy again. (read more)
Written on: 10/05/2009 by TiaB123 (1 review written)
Bought this Hoover HPP16 Performer Pet vacuum, thinking I could trust the Hoover name for quality. You can't. It is poor quality, in no way is it lightweight and the filter blocks too quickly, loosing suction. Heavy, hard to manouvre, messy to empty, difficult to clean dust-bin, filter block too quick. (read more)
Written on: 29/07/2008
I bought the Hoover Performer Pet last year from Argos at £100 off the price. After owning a Panasonic and I can tell you that there is no comparision, the Hoover has lightweight on the box but it isn't, it is a well built machine. Some people complain about the size of the bin, there are a lot of smaller size bins on other models (do they own a hotel!). I have no complaints and would buy another if I have to. (read more)
Written on: 21/07/2008 by eeyoregirl (1 review written)
We own one of the Hoover HPP16 Performer Pets and I think it is a classy looking hoover, a nice machine to use. Pro on this machine include the Words: the stretchy hose, the cleaning attachments, the nice and powerful pickup and the fact that it is easy to empty bin on this vacuum cleaner. (read more)
Written on: 05/01/2008
In my opinion this product is a very sad reflection on a company who used to have such a good reputation and whose products used to be built to last - my mother's Hoover was still going strong after 30 years! (read more)
Written on: 17/12/2006 by Licinius (3 reviews written)
I don't normally review products until I've owned them a year, but this model's predecessor has recieved a major slating & I don't think this one is so bad. In recent years we've had 2 Dysons and a Bissel, all 3 cleaners were expensive models that you expect a certain standard from. When I threw the Bissel out recently I decided that I would no longer pay several hundred pounds for a cleaner which will only last a year, so went looking for a budget cleaner. At slightly under £100 on special... (read more)