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Numatic HVR200M-22 Henry Micro Vacuum Cleaner, Microtex Filtration System, 1200W

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  • High performance 1200 watt 2 stage motor
  • Hi-lo control provides added user convenience
  • Unique rewind and storage system
  • 45 litres/seconds airflow control
  • 26.8 m cleaning range
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Technical Details
Brand Numatic
Model NumberHVR200M
ColourRed / Black
Item Weight7 Kg
Product Dimensions34 x 34 x 37 cm
Capacity9 litres
Power / Wattage1200 watts
Voltage230 volts
Operating Radius26.8 metres
Special FeaturesBagged, Cord Rewind, Corded, HEPA Filter, HEPA Filtration
  
Additional Information
ASINB0000C71U7
Best Sellers Rank 165,853 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10 Kg
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Date First Available1 Jan. 2003
  
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Product Description

Numatic's Henry Micro is to the full Henry specification with the professional TwinFlo' vacuum motor, Hi-Lo control for different surface applications, a 10-metre cable rewind and storage system: but to this has been added our exclusive Microtex filtration system approved to the highest allergen standard by the British Allergy Foundation. In every way fast and friendly, never without his cheeky smile, Henry Micro comes to the aid of sufferers everywhere. Remember you can always add a Microtex filter to any standard Henry to upgrade filtration to this exceptional standard, if required. High performance 1200 W 2 stage motor. Hi-low control provides added user convenience. Unique rewind and storage system. Folding carry handle. 99 percent Microtex 4-stage allergy approved filtration system approved by the British Allergy Foundation. 45 litres/seconds airflow control. Dry capacity 9 litres.

Box Contains

1 x 1200w henry micro vacuum, 1 x a1 kit

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70 of 70 people found the following review helpful By sad-old-goth on 23 Jan. 2006
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Asthma is the big problem for me, and previous vaccums just make me wheeze, cough, and sneeze, no matter what the manufacturers say, they do not help.
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Until I bought a Henry micro from Amazon, I'm very impressed, he arrived in 3 days, what a perky little fellow, so quiet, well mannered, easy to live with, hard working, I took his hat off without a fight, and looked at his bag, (after he'd done the entire house) I was amazed to find the dust had stayed in the bag, he was perfectly clean inside, but the real suprise is no wheezing :-)
I wish I'd bought a Henry years ago, instead of suffering from dusty, noisy, smelly vaccum cleaners.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Ms. F. Shavelar on 24 Oct. 2009
I have been a cleaner in private homes and commercial premises for nearly 20 years. You name the hoover, I've probably used it, some good, many bad.
I've finally got round to getting a Henry for my home. Oh, deep joy! I have an old messy, smelly dog and this is where this fab little machine really does it's job. I've always had to use smelly stuff in all my other hoovers to mask that horrid doggy smell, despite emptying after every use. Not any more.
My sister thought I had bought a new carpet upon her last visit.
There is nothing I can find to fault this Henry and when it finally does bite the dust I will replace it with the same.
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149 of 153 people found the following review helpful By technologist on 28 Sept. 2007
First of all, I feel I must be going mad. Writing a review on a vacuum cleaner, haven't I got better things to do with my life?
The answer is simple:
I am shocked at why I haven't come across Henry before. Why hasn't he been advertised? Why hasn't he been marketed ... particularly nowadays when concepts rather than products are marketed?
The number of times I've seen glossy ads for Hoover, Dyson, Electrolux, Miele etc ... Well I do not know.
My history is that I have had a number of cleaners over the years ranging from a Hoover junior, a powerful Hoover wet and dry, a Dyson DC01 and I can honestly say they all have their shortcomings and no longer reside with me.
Speaking as a former design engineer, simplicity is a virtue, it aids reliability and means repair shops don't need to keep a host of spares which soon become obsolete forcing one to buy new machines.
I am essentially lazy and have liked the concept of an upright cleaner particularly with uncluttered rooms and that is why I have gone for uprights in the past. Never again!
My Dyson was OK on carpet but didn't have much suction on picking up anything more than a little dust. When using the handle / wand to do the stairs it was both noisey and unwieldy and didn't do a particularly good job. Not withstanding that the hose where it attaches to the wand is a design flaw and I have had the concertina hose tear besides the machine overheat and short out the mains lead! (I thought fuses should stop that sort of thing happening Mr. Dyson).
Besides this, uprights tend to be very heavy and one wouldn't want to take a Dyson upright up and down flights of stairs too often.
Anyway, in my opinion, the concept of a bagless cleaner has been marketed by Mr.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By R. A. Funnell on 2 Aug. 2011
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We have struggled with the inefficient and annoying cyclone vacuums (which forever need cleaning out) and decided to go back to a bag cleaner.

Henry has a simple design but moves easily,is very quiet, has adequate tools, a long lead and, in spite of having only 1100 watts power is very powerful.

We have had Henry for about a month and are still only running him on half-power. So much for the nonsense about bag cleaners losing 'suck' quickly.Use full power and you can't detach him from the carpet!

I would have given five stars as we are still in early days but, make no mistake, our household is very happy with Henry.

Make your life easier and get yourself a Henry. You won't regret it.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Poko on 27 Aug. 2008
The machine is very solidly built and easy to use. You must ask yourself why the Henry is so commonly seen in commercial environments?
The only reservations I had before purchasing this was the power. 1200W compared to a 2000W+ Dyson.
Well, I have owned both a Dyson and now a Henry, and I must say that the Henry seems to have more, or at least equal suction to the Dyson, which is a testament to the engineering. You are essentially saving half of the power for no loss of useability. Just goes to show you that wattage doesn't necessarily mean better suction!
Due to the sheer solidity of the Henry, I can't see any particular weak points, and am pretty sure he could survive a tumble down the stairs. The hoses are stainless steel and push together using simple friction rather than some fancy clip arrangement which my Dyson had.
My wife suffers from a dust allergy, and this Henry version has stopped the sneezing whilst vaccuuming.
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50 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Margaret on 17 Feb. 2008
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After 40+ years of bad relationships with hoovers I have finally found every girl's dream man - one that does the cleaning! Having lost my rag for the final time with my (less than a year old) Electrolux, turbo, hepa filtration etc etc which needed the filters cleaning out 3 times during one clean of a small bungalow thereby covering my allergic skin with dust, I bought a Henry.
Cleaning is my least favourite occupation (I consider all cleaning extreme)but with Henry it is as hassle free as cleaning can get. It simply does what it says on the tin i.e. sucks stuff up off the floor which is all I've ever wanted a hoover to do. It copes effortlessly with all the stuff a farm can throw at it - bits of hay, straw, oats, stones, chippings, lumps of mud, bits of coal & wood ash. After several weeks the bag is not even half full & I was impressed when I took the top off to see how effective the filtration is - there is only the slightest trace of dust on the inside of the machine.
The cleaning head sucks effectively across its whole width and the cable & hose are a really good length - the long hose makes it easier to get into awkward corners in small rooms without having to cram the whole machine into the space and although I hate to admit it, if it does get caught in a doorway & fall over it's hard to be cross with it because of the silly grin. I have only one minor complaint - it's not very easy to get the tubes apart but I expect them to become easier once the newness wears off.
I don't think I'll ever look at another hoover again.
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