Written on: 19/06/2011 by LyndaKelly (3 reviews written)
My Harry has been a great addition. He's quiet and does the job only using the economy mode so far-I've not needed the faster speed. He moves around easily behind me and the lead's plenty long enough for me to do my whole flat from one socket too. The charcoal filters work and leave no doggified smell behind as my old upright used to do. The bags are easily replaced. The only difficulty I had was clipping his… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/05/2010 by macavitycat (12 reviews written)
having just about had enough of my dyson, i purchased this vacuum last week. with one very big hairy dog moulting all over the carpets there was always an annoying amount of hair left by the dyson but the wonderful henry hound sucked it all up in one fell swoop. i am more than impressed at how easily it demolished the many fine hairs my shaggy canine companion insists on dropping and im hoping that this will be the beginning of a long and happy friendship.
it certainly has cut my vacuuming… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/08/2008 by seasiders (1 review written)
Great vac, would recommend to friends even with the few bad points. Sturdy, great for getting up those stubborn pet hairs… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/07/2008 by sukisonia (1 review written)
We've got the Numatic Henry HHR200 Hound model, it is all over generally good. Flex doesn't come out easily gets stuck sometimes and when you go to pull it cleaner turns over on its side but apart from that its good and great on dog hairs!… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/06/2008 by fruitloop99 (1 review written)
Vacuum cleaners in my house rarely last longer than 2 years. If it's on the floor it gets sucked up, sometimes this has killed the machine, c'est la vie. Henry hound is now into his fourth year! I was initially reluctant to purchase a machine that in my opinion looks as if it was designed to appeal to men. I thought it was a bit gimmicky and probably wouldn't perform as well as promised by various male users. Boy, was I wrong! This machine takes all the vacuuming abuse I can throw at it… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/03/2008 by daisydcat (1 review written)
The Numatic Henry HHR200 is a fantastic vacuum cleaner. I was always skeptical of Henrys, thinking that they were just a gimmicky toy with a face. So I bought Hoovers, I bought Japanese thinking that they would be better. I bought cyclone, dual-cyclone, multi cyclone, hep filters, pet 'specials' , super high power and within minutes, without exception, they lost suction and most were indescribably unreliable. I then decided to give these Henrys a go and how I wish I'd done it years ago. I'm a… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/06/2006 by joan burns (1 review written)
I am surprised at how little dirt there seems to be in the HHR200 bag compared to my Dyson.
I wonder is that because it isn't as good at picking up the dirt or was the upright Dyson gobbling lots of carpet at the same time?
I wanted a bagless type cylinder but was convinced by a frined to go for a Henry Hound after I borrowed hers.
The icing on the cake is that I have found a company on the net that makes zipable, re-usable ,washable bags for Henry so I have sent for 2 of those… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/04/2006 by pet2004 (3 reviews written)
I have a dog and three cats, so lots of hair. With my now Numatic Henry, no more smell of dog when I hoover. I used my old two vacuum cleaner for 40 years (YES, 40 years old and still working fine) and I felt it was time for a change. I wanted a hoover which had the suction of my cylinder cleaner and the rotating brush of my upright in one. I had positive feedback from friends about the ordinary Henry and went for the Hound with the electric brush. When it arrived, my first disappointment was… Read Full Review
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