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plumb_know

Plumber
Gas Engineer
Had 2 nilfisk hoovers from screw fix and they just don't last.

what you guys recommend for good hoover, the one good thing about the nilfisk is it had a long hose which i like as can leave hoover on landing and suck out cistern in loft without lugging hoover up loft ladder.

Any one got recommendations?
 

Ben-gee

Esteemed
Plumber
Have had a Charles from numatic for donkey's years, only draw back is tank could do with being bigger - but then again probably struggle to lift it then! I would definitely recommend it having got through several cheapos before.
 

DGT plumbing

Gas Engineer
I've also had a Charles for about 8 years now. If it breaks I'll be getting another one. Bloody brilliant machine. Could do with a longer hose that'll reach into a loft of the landing, or an extension.
 

Best

Esteemed
Plumber
Another vote for Numatic hoovers.
British made and built mostly.
Parts easily available and very reasonable.
I have one of the cheapest Titan wet vacs for to use only for water, but it is very poor quality, so best to buy the more expensive Titans like link Harvest put
 
Use a Henry as a dry vac and have a small Einhell for wet. Both are compact and the Einhell has a metal body and is very lightweight ...only drawback is that it has a ridiculously short power cord!
 

Harvest Fields

Esteemed
Plumber
Gas Engineer
Advent Win
Use a Henry as a dry vac and have a small Einhell for wet. Both are compact and the Einhell has a metal body and is very lightweight ...only drawback is that it has a ridiculously short power cord!
Henry all day long for dry Vac. Only problem I have ever had is the plugs.
 

Ben-gee

Esteemed
Plumber
I too have a Henry for dry vac. I can honestly say I have owned it for 26 years and for all that time I have used it without a bag - if only other things could be so reliable, I must have had a 7 or 8 kettles in the same time period .
 
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plumb_know

plumb_know

Plumber
Gas Engineer
Thanks everyone, think i will go for the henry. Also seen longer people selling longer hoses for them online, might of been on eBay though so may not be genuine part.

When i save my pennies to get one i will let you know what i think :)
 

Harvest Fields

Esteemed
Plumber
Gas Engineer
Advent Win
Thanks everyone, think i will go for the henry. Also seen longer people selling longer hoses for them online, might of been on eBay though so may not be genuine part.

When i save my pennies to get one i will let you know what i think :)
Henry is a dry only vac
 

ABK

Gas Engineer
I have a draper one. Never used the henry wetvac, but if its like the normal one then I'm sure it's really good.
 

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