The large 9 litre dust bag means this Numatic International Henry Xtra Bagged Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner can take plenty of hard work in his stride.
Just like the classic Henry vacuum cleaner, he boasts a powerful motor and comes with enhanced filtration and odour control to keep your home smelling great. He also boasts an Airo Brush that removes stubborn pet hairs so can tidy up after your four-legged friend and get a really deep clean.
He has a 10 metre cable so you won’t have to constantly keep changing plug sockets. He also comes with a range of accessories to ensure you can clean upholstery, shelves, skirting boards or even your car for a brilliantly versatile design.
The rubber bumper around the outside protects your doors and walls as you move around, while the smart storage system keeps the cord nice and tidy when you’re not vacuuming.
Two year manufacturer's guarantee
9-litre dust capacity
3 stage micro fresh filter system
Charcoal filter membrane for odour control
Rubber bumper to protect doors and walls
Air power brush for tackling pet hairs
0 metre power cord with rewind
Energy A-rated, 24.5kWh/year
Carpet C, Hard floor C, Emissions C
Noise level: 74.4 decibels
Numatic Henry HVX 200-A2 Xtra - vacuum cleaner - canister
Compatible Floor Type
Maximum Noise Level
Max Power Consumption
36 cm x 34 cm x 37 cm
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