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Vacuum cleaners

Dec 2017 05 16:45

Post by seanallen » Tue, 5th Dec 2017, 4:45pm

Post by seanallen by seanallen Dec 2017 05 16:45

Any recommendations for cheap tub vacuums? I've been using Karcher but they have shot up in price.
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Re: Vacuum cleaners

Dec 2017 05 16:51

Post by capri1600l » Tue, 5th Dec 2017, 4:51pm

Post by capri1600l by capri1600l Dec 2017 05 16:51

seanallen wrote:
Tue, 5th Dec 2017, 4:45pm
Any recommendations for cheap tub vacuums? I've been using Karcher but they have shot up in price.
https://www.karcheroutlet.co.uk/product ... sp?id=5189
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Re: Vacuum cleaners

Dec 2017 05 17:13

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Post by seanallen by seanallen Dec 2017 05 17:13

Thanks for that capri1600l that's a good site.
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Re: Vacuum cleaners

Dec 2017 05 17:14

Post by Drone » Tue, 5th Dec 2017, 5:14pm

Post by Drone by Drone Dec 2017 05 17:14

I used Henrys for years. No bells & whistles. But did the job for me.

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Re: Vacuum cleaners

Dec 2017 05 17:28

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Post by scrubadub by scrubadub Dec 2017 05 17:28

Henry's here, just a bit of training to tell them the cable is not stretchy and they've been fine.

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Re: Vacuum cleaners

Dec 2017 05 17:39

Post by EBJ » Tue, 5th Dec 2017, 5:39pm

Post by EBJ by EBJ Dec 2017 05 17:39

It was Henries for us, we had a Henry, George and a Henrietta. great machines but used to attract themselves to door frames and chair/table legs lol. [--- (The word only allowed in December) ---_grin.gif]
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Re: Vacuum cleaners

Dec 2017 05 20:09

Post by Keyolder » Tue, 5th Dec 2017, 8:09pm

Post by Keyolder by Keyolder Dec 2017 05 20:09

capri1600l wrote:
Tue, 5th Dec 2017, 4:51pm
seanallen wrote:
Tue, 5th Dec 2017, 4:45pm
Any recommendations for cheap tub vacuums? I've been using Karcher but they have shot up in price.
https://www.karcheroutlet.co.uk/product ... sp?id=5189
I bought a jet washer from that site, great service and machine although refurbished looked brand new to me and worked perfectly
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Re: Vacuum cleaners

Dec 2017 06 06:18

Post by shadow » Wed, 6th Dec 2017, 6:18am

Post by shadow by shadow Dec 2017 06 06:18

Red Henry is No1 here.!
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Re: Vacuum cleaners

Dec 2017 06 08:36

Post by JohnE875 » Wed, 6th Dec 2017, 8:36am

Post by JohnE875 by JohnE875 Dec 2017 06 08:36

Henry or Nu-matic both good n cheap. The ESPO special buy has also been well worth the money.
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Re: Vacuum cleaners

Dec 2017 06 09:07

Post by Dunnickin » Wed, 6th Dec 2017, 9:07am

Post by Dunnickin by Dunnickin Dec 2017 06 09:07

JohnE875 wrote:
Wed, 6th Dec 2017, 8:36am
Henry or Nu-matic both good n cheap. The ESPO special buy has also been well worth the money.
Thought Numatic and Henry are the same thing John? Incidentally i have one of the newer lower wattage ones (500 or 600w) with no " turbo" but it out-sucks any of the old ones , surprisingly.

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