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Numatic Vacuum Cleaner 'Henry Xtra' 620 W

Viking Number Q23-HVX200

Lower noise levels so he's great for the workplace

Henry Xtra has all the standard features of Henry & more. The unique Airobrush provides a superb level of carpet care & is ideal for cleaning up pet hairs. The hard floor brush is a real bonus when cleaning extensive hard floor surfaces.

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Lower noise levels so he's great for the workplace

This hoover from Numatic has a two speed selector & providing optimum cleaning performance for all floors. The TriTex filtration system improves filtration, cleanliness, capacity & has a convenient, on-board wand and floor-tool storage. With a 9 litre capacity this vacuum will clean up any mess that is left behind.

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Viking Number HVX200 
Air Flow Rate (Maximum) 42 L/sec 
Basic Product Colour Multicolour 
Brand Numatic 
Cable Length 10 m 
Capacity 9 L 
Colour Red / Black 
Decibel Level 75 dB 
Dimensions H x W x D mm 360 X 340 X 370 mm 
EAN 5028965608074 
Filter Tritex filter system 
Hose length 2.4 m 
Manufacturer Part No 900027 
Model Number Henry Xtra (HVX200) 
Power (Watts) 620 W 
Product Type Vacuum Cleaner 
Suction 2300 mm 
Unit Each 
Voltage (Volts) 220 V 
Warranty Period 2 Year 
Weight 8.5 kg 
Numatic Vacuum Cleaner Henry Xtra 620 W
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Scores 9.1 out of 10 based on 50 reviews
9 out of 10


Birmingham GB Retired
Strength of suction and variabilty if power as required.
The uppermost pole attachment falls out of the plastic hose whilst in use.
Confirmed purchase: 29 July 2015
Published on: 13 August 2015
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