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    This is a random one: What brand is your vacuum cleaner/hoover? I'd like to know which ones are the most popular.

    Also, tell me if it's good or not?

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    I'll start: A Dyson and a Henry.
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    Dyson

    Couldn't tell you I haven't used it in years but it seems that do the job
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      (Original post by Parwaz786)
      What brand is your vacuum cleaner/hoover? I'd like to know which ones are the most popular.
      Surely it would be better to just look at the sales figures?
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      I know but I'd rather ask actual people, I'm just doing it for fun because I actually have an interest in vacuums and collect them. Weird I know...
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      Henry is the lad for hoovering.
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      It's a Latina called Rosa
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      (Original post by Parwaz786)
      I actually have an interest in vacuums and collect them
      Wow
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      Vax pet one. It's OK, seems to be on its last legs after less than 2 years.

      It did eat a lot of carpet in the old house though...
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      Dyson is the 'Apple' of the vacuum industry - innovative, easy-to-use and appealing to the eyes
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      A Dyson one I believe (its not mine though...:p: )
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      Two Henry hoovers.
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      dyson all the way
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      Have a dyson and henry... henry can go to hell BECAUSE THE DYSON IS SO DAMN GOOD ITMAKES ME HAPPY WITH ITS CYCLONE TECHNOLOGY AND SUCTION.
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      (Original post by Paracosm)
      Two Henry hoovers.
      Hmm, everybody raves about Henry but I'm just not sure.

      I have a small little VonHaus which is an absolute beast, really long cable, no frills/gimmicks like you get with Dyson, lifetime warranty that will cover any faults, cheap replaceable filters you can buy and it fit's nice and snug anywhere because it's small. Can also convert into a handheld cleaner.

      And it cost less than £30.

      It may not be suitable for a whole house though, you'd probably have to empty it about 5 times.
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      I have a Bosch hoover at home and I've brought a Bosch hoover to my uni house because the ones we're given are crap
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      Dyson - great
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      G-Tech.
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      Lovely answers and vacuums guys! And brainyBengali I totally agree, you took the words out of my mouth
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      Don't have one. The maid brings her own Hetty.

      As good as Dysons are, I've heard too many stories about them not lasting long. By comparison, my Grandmother's vacuum is over 50 years old and still going strong (although the noise it makes sounds like the doors of hell are opening).
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      Henry for downstairs, a nearly 20 year Vax for upstairs.
     
     
     
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