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Post# 185834   6/16/2012 at 12:47 (2,945 days old) by rutger (England)        

Hello all.
I just bought an old Numatic Nv200 to go with my other Henry type machines. It doesn't have a cable re-wind, instead I believe on these the cable/ power cord is hung on a clip on the back when not in use, however on my machine the clip/ hook is missing.
Does anyone know how these power cord hooks attach & is it easy to replace them?
If anyone has any pics etc of what this clip looks like that would also be appreciated.
Information on this model would also be very interesting to hear about.
Many thanks

Post# 185848 , Reply# 1   6/16/2012 at 16:14 (2,945 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

Contact Numatic, they can supply the clip. its then just a case of taking the top off slotting it in and putting the top back on again. Simples. I bought several from Numatic to replace all the missing ones on my Numatics, will post a pic of one in a bit

Post# 185851 , Reply# 2   6/16/2012 at 16:20 (2,945 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

could find a pic of a cord hook and my NV200 is buried in the cupboard so heres a few pics of NV200's i've had over the last few years that may be of interest...

Post# 185852 , Reply# 3   6/16/2012 at 16:23 (2,945 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

tatty 1994 NV200

Post# 185853 , Reply# 4   6/16/2012 at 16:27 (2,945 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

and i've still got this one, the VERY first NV200 from around 1980


Post# 185854 , Reply# 5   6/16/2012 at 16:29 (2,945 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

just noticed that my early NV200 hasn't even got the space for a cord hook..

Post# 185869 , Reply# 6   6/16/2012 at 16:59 (2,945 days old) by airways ()        

sweet i love henerys with there smiles it makes feel god when i see one

Post# 186057 , Reply# 7   6/18/2012 at 10:51 (2,943 days old) by rutger (England)        


Great stuff thanks for all the pics & advice I really appreciate it, i'll contact Numatic re: the clip.

That all red Numatic NV200 is something special, i've never seen one before, it's fabulous. What size motor do those have?

I'm particularly keen to lay my hands on the David version of the Henry but realise I might have a long wait !


Post# 186063 , Reply# 8   6/18/2012 at 11:17 (2,943 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

It's got the old style 680w motor but it's still powerful. Haven't seen a David for years!

Post# 186066 , Reply# 9   6/18/2012 at 11:49 (2,943 days old) by rutger (England)        

680w yes I can imagine it's still pretty powerful. I think my new NV200 is 800w & I can't really see much difference between it & our modern Henry performance wise.

Cool pic' of the David, I'll get myself one, one day !


Post# 186227 , Reply# 10   6/19/2012 at 06:25 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

if you're into Numatics i've got a whole drive full of old 80s and 90s brochures and pics lol Numatic sent me a box file of old brochures from their archives a few years back when I was collecting just Numatic vacs. Could post some scans if you like?

Post# 186264 , Reply# 11   6/19/2012 at 14:50 (2,942 days old) by rutger (England)        

ryry 87, that would be fantastic !

Please do post the pic's i'd really appreciate that, it's exactly the kind of stuff i'm into. I'm gradually trying to amass a collection of brochures so seeing these Numatic ones would be great.


Post# 186267 , Reply# 12   6/19/2012 at 14:59 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

right i'll get posting then lol i'll try and do them in some kind of chronological order

Post# 186268 , Reply# 13   6/19/2012 at 15:00 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        
The first Henry ad c1981


Post# 186269 , Reply# 14   6/19/2012 at 15:02 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

Henry c1984

Post# 186271 , Reply# 15   6/19/2012 at 15:03 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        


Post# 186273 , Reply# 16   6/19/2012 at 15:04 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        


Post# 186274 , Reply# 17   6/19/2012 at 15:06 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

Numatic commercial range 1985..

Post# 186276 , Reply# 18   6/19/2012 at 15:07 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

Numatic commercial range 1985..

Post# 186277 , Reply# 19   6/19/2012 at 15:09 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

Numatic All-steel commercials 1985..

Post# 186278 , Reply# 20   6/19/2012 at 15:09 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

Numatic All-steel commercials 1985..

Post# 186279 , Reply# 21   6/19/2012 at 15:12 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

1989 Numatic Domestic range..

Post# 186281 , Reply# 22   6/19/2012 at 15:13 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

1989 Numatic Domestic range 1..

Post# 186282 , Reply# 23   6/19/2012 at 15:13 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

1989 Numatic Domestic range 2...

Post# 186283 , Reply# 24   6/19/2012 at 15:14 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

1989 Numatic Domestic range 3..

Post# 186284 , Reply# 25   6/19/2012 at 15:15 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

1989 Numatic Domestic range 4..

Post# 186285 , Reply# 26   6/19/2012 at 15:16 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

1989 Numatic Domestic range 5..

Post# 186287 , Reply# 27   6/19/2012 at 15:17 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

1989 Numatic Domestic range 6..

Post# 186288 , Reply# 28   6/19/2012 at 15:18 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

1989 Numatic Domestic range 7..

Post# 186289 , Reply# 29   6/19/2012 at 15:19 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

1989 Numatic Domestic range 8..

Post# 186290 , Reply# 30   6/19/2012 at 15:19 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

1989 Numatic Domestic range 9..

Post# 186291 , Reply# 31   6/19/2012 at 15:20 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

1989 Numatic Domestic range 10..

Post# 186292 , Reply# 32   6/19/2012 at 15:21 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

1989 Numatic Domestic range back page..

Post# 186293 , Reply# 33   6/19/2012 at 15:23 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

1990 Introduction of George to replace Nuvac

Post# 186294 , Reply# 34   6/19/2012 at 15:24 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

George page 1..

Post# 186295 , Reply# 35   6/19/2012 at 15:25 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

George page 2..

Post# 186296 , Reply# 36   6/19/2012 at 15:26 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

George page 3

Post# 186297 , Reply# 37   6/19/2012 at 15:27 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

1990 Domestic range brochure (its same as the 1989 one)

Post# 186298 , Reply# 38   6/19/2012 at 15:28 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

1990 rear cover

Post# 186299 , Reply# 39   6/19/2012 at 15:29 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

William press photo 1990

Post# 186300 , Reply# 40   6/19/2012 at 15:30 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

1992 Numatic Henry ad

Post# 186301 , Reply# 41   6/19/2012 at 15:31 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

Turbovac upright 1990

Post# 186302 , Reply# 42   6/19/2012 at 15:36 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

thought i'd post this again, its from 1983 and shows a very early and very rare Numatic NI1 upright

Post# 186303 , Reply# 43   6/19/2012 at 15:38 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

There ya go mate, theres more that I haven't scanned yet so i'l get those done at some point

Post# 186319 , Reply# 44   6/19/2012 at 16:38 (2,942 days old) by rutger (England)        

That is fantastic !

Thanks very much for doing this I really appreciate it, it's exactly what I was looking for. Seeing them in order & the different variations really helps me understand what's out there & what replaced what. That way i've an idea of the specific models & type of Numatic that are out there to collect.

It's particularly great to see pics of a David as they are my own particular Holy grail of vacuums.

Cheers again

Post# 186322 , Reply# 45   6/19/2012 at 16:47 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

There were loads of variations not featured in the brochures though, for example the Wendy which was a green NV250 with a smiley face and don't forget the Basils etc lol

Post# 186326 , Reply# 46   6/19/2012 at 17:00 (2,942 days old) by vintagerepairer (England)        

Well I certainly learnt a lot there tonight. The Basil did not come to life until around 1996 which would be why it is not in your leaflets this far. The original James was a metal tank Henry, but I am not sure if it was the type with or without cordwinder, or indeed both as time progressed. At least one Wendy was a metal tanked cleaner and was exclusive to the Machine Mart chain of stores. There can't be that many around. Also there have been cleaners labelled Bernie, and Bertie, and James of course saw a reappearance in recent years. One such example appeared in a Littlewoods catalogue and was purple with purple painted tubes, just like the Basil cleaners had been painted in red, green, blue, or yellow. I don't know if this model was exclusive only to Littlewoods or not.

I have never in my life seen of a William or David. One would guess that the plastic tubes were not seen as a selling point. Do you know if it was a cheaper cleaner than Henry, and if so by how much? It can't have been much cheaper I assume. I assume also that Henry was the more popular choice and that Numatic dropped the David as a result. I can't see it being that cost-effective to have had the Henry and David on sale together.

Post# 186338 , Reply# 47   6/19/2012 at 17:28 (2,942 days old) by sebo_fan (Scotland, UK, member AKA ukvacfan, & Nar2)        

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I never knew there was a David or William either. The earliest Numatic I ever used was a Basil.

Post# 186340 , Reply# 48   6/19/2012 at 17:31 (2,942 days old) by anthony (leeds uk)        

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i remember the pub i worked in around 1988 getting one of these the eyes and mouth were seperate stickers in the box we put the eyes on in the wrong position making it look crosseyed and the mouth was upsidedown making it look like a frown that machine worked hard being used every day to clean quite a large pub the cleaners not being very fussy would suck up all the droppings in the dining room there would be chips peas bones it would gobble anything i went in the pub about 8 years later and there it was leaning up against the wall outside the gents i knew it was the same one because of the crosseyes and the frown

Post# 186341 , Reply# 49   6/19/2012 at 17:33 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

This was my original James that I had a few years back, really regret selling this one. I have got the original brochure for James dated 1985. It was available both with and without the cord rewind and in grey and black and beige and brown. The non rewind model was the JVC225 and the rewind model was the JVR225.

In regards to William and David, they were priced slightly lower than the equivalent Henry and Charles, but had a much more basic 35mm toolkit that the original George also had. give me a sec and i'll take a few pics of the other brochures I have

Post# 186347 , Reply# 50   6/19/2012 at 17:45 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        
sorry the pics aren't great but no longer have a scanner

Numatic range 1985..

Post# 186348 , Reply# 51   6/19/2012 at 17:46 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

Numatic domestic vacuums 1985...

Post# 186349 , Reply# 52   6/19/2012 at 17:47 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

Numatic domestic vacuums 1985...

Post# 186350 , Reply# 53   6/19/2012 at 17:50 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

Numatic domestic vacuums from late 1985, note the newly introduced cord rewind and new 1000w motor

Post# 186352 , Reply# 54   6/19/2012 at 17:51 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

Numatic domestic vacuums late 1985...

Post# 186353 , Reply# 55   6/19/2012 at 17:52 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

Numatic domestic vacuums late 1985...

Post# 186355 , Reply# 56   6/19/2012 at 17:55 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

some face kits, these used to be supplied with new Numatics for the owner to apply, hence so many old Henrys with wonky faces and interesting expressions lol

Post# 186358 , Reply# 57   6/19/2012 at 18:02 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

Heres the original Basil from 1995 complete with coloured wands

Post# 186360 , Reply# 58   6/19/2012 at 18:07 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        
While we're on the subject...

Heres a few pics I took of the cleaning cupboard at work in about 2009. Just imagine, by the the time this pic was taken most of these Numatics must have been around 20 years old and still in everyday use cleaning a 6 floor office building. Hows that for reliability

Post# 186361 , Reply# 59   6/19/2012 at 18:08 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

more Numatics from work...

Post# 186362 , Reply# 60   6/19/2012 at 18:09 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

more Numatics from work...

Post# 186363 , Reply# 61   6/19/2012 at 18:10 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

more Numatics from work...

Post# 186364 , Reply# 62   6/19/2012 at 18:11 (2,942 days old) by vintagerepairer (England)        

There were two types of floor tool with these Basil cleaners. One was not too bad, it was the narrow depth version of one supplied with the Vax 2000. The other tool was diabolical and only really suited for carpets. It was all plastic and looked like a small, very old upright cleaner. I am sure Polti used to have the same tool on one of their water filter cleaners. These two floor tools on Basil did not seem to apply to particular ages of machine, as I remember they were on sale together and it was pot luck which type you got. I must say that I do not remember Basil ever having the drop-down curved handle like in the picture there. I always remember it being rectangular and fixed.

Post# 186366 , Reply# 63   6/19/2012 at 18:13 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

you mean the Free-flo floor tool? thats what I remember them having

Post# 186367 , Reply# 64   6/19/2012 at 18:15 (2,942 days old) by vintagerepairer (England)        

Yes that is exactly the one I was talking about. Thank you. Were these black or colour-matched to the cleaner? I don't know why Numatic used these terrible tools, I know the plastic strip underneath came off within no time at all. I also don't know why Basil had two different floor tools like I mentioned.

Post# 186369 , Reply# 65   6/19/2012 at 18:21 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

If I remember rightly, when Basil came out in 1995 it came with the free-flo floortool and the drop down handle, they were only initially available in red. The floortool was black. It changed in 1996 when they got the fixed handle, a choice of colours and the vax style floortool. I also remember them having a Vax 121/Premiere style floor tool too. Heres one of 2 Basils I had, they were the very last from about 2007. I Had them in green and orange

Post# 186370 , Reply# 66   6/19/2012 at 18:26 (2,942 days old) by vintagerepairer (England)        

What you say does tie in with my memories of the Basil, in terms of red cleaners and that floor tool. I never stocked the Basil, only Henry, so I am reliant on memories of brochures and seeing them in other shops.

Post# 186371 , Reply# 67   6/19/2012 at 18:32 (2,942 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

well I might be wrong because I was only 8 in 1995 lol but i'm pretty sure, from visiting vac shops and seeing brochures of the time that thats how it was. Actually I remember getting a leaflet posted through the door in 1995 from a local electrical shop offering the 'new' Basil for the special price of 99 which I thought was odd since the Henry was 99.99 anyway lol

Post# 186373 , Reply# 68   6/19/2012 at 18:39 (2,942 days old) by vintagerepairer (England)        

Well Ryry, this was the issue, you see. Basil was not that much different in price from Henry. I cannot recall the wholesale prices of the two machines, but there was not a good deal of difference, that I do remember. Maybe I was just not able to secure them at the best price. Whatever the case maybe, Henry offered a good deal more for what little extra the customer had to pay, which is why I only bothered to stock Henry.

Post# 186638 , Reply# 69   6/21/2012 at 12:15 (2,940 days old) by rutger (England)        

Fascinating stuff this, many thanks for all the info'.

Has anyone noticed that the standard floor tool on the upright Swift looks very similar to the standard floor tool used on the cream/beige & brown Henry? I have this colour of Henry with its original floor tool & always wondered why it was a different shape/ design. It looks like it's because it was shared with the Swift.

I really like the pictures of the ones at work, when my Girlfriend & I go anywhere we always try to spot Numatics out & about doing their duties. It's incredible how many are around when you start looking.

They are proving for me rather addictive though, I seem to have acquired 5 Numatics in the space of a year !


Post# 186645 , Reply# 70   6/21/2012 at 13:08 (2,940 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

That style of floor tool first came on the original Swift, then in 1985 when they introduced the 1000w motor they briefly started putting that style of floor tool on henrys etc too. I think it mentions in one of the brochures that they introduced the wheeled floortool due to the extra power of the new motor. My Hoover commercial C2702 has the same floortool

Post# 186646 , Reply# 71   6/21/2012 at 13:09 (2,940 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

oops ignore that last pic, its the wrong one lol

Post# 186647 , Reply# 72   6/21/2012 at 13:12 (2,940 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

The right one...

Post# 186653 , Reply# 73   6/21/2012 at 14:11 (2,940 days old) by vintagerepairer (England)        

Though I am a great advocate for Numatic, their choice of floor tools has been somewhat questionable as the years have passed. The very fact that they always revert to the same few plain black pedal tools in the fullness of time is proof that the alternative cleaning heads did not live up to the outstanding reputation of the cleaners. That floor tool pictured there with the Hoover was one of the very worst I have seen or used as it was almost impossible to keep it flat on the carpet. I was glad when Numatic dispensed with it.

Post# 186654 , Reply# 74   6/21/2012 at 14:17 (2,940 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

yeh I've got to agree with you there, it was awful. I did a pick up test many years ago using the various floor tools that Numatic have used over the years. The one i found to be the best at picking up hair and fine dust on carpet was the original single pedal floortool. That one was made by Wessel work too i believe. I still think that one was the best of the lot. The mid 80s wheeled one pictured above was by far the worst but it was easiest to use. Although if I'm using the Henry or a Numatic I tend to use it with an airobrush or TurboElectric head anyway

Post# 186657 , Reply# 75   6/21/2012 at 14:20 (2,940 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

This was an interesting one though from the earliest days of Henry, it had a brushroll driven by the wheels on the bottom. A bit like an old carpet sweeper. It did do a good job funnily enough and groomed really well. Shown here on my old HVC200 I had a while back

Post# 186661 , Reply# 76   6/21/2012 at 14:32 (2,940 days old) by vintagerepairer (England)        

I remember a cleaning coming into the shop with one of those stuck to the end. As you say, you push it like its a carpet sweeper.

Post# 186662 , Reply# 77   6/21/2012 at 14:36 (2,940 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

Again I believe that was made by Wesselwerk i've seen them fitted to various 80s philips, Krupps and AEG cylinders too

Post# 186753 , Reply# 78   6/22/2012 at 12:03 (2,939 days old) by rutger (England)        

Those Hoovers are great, look like small sc-fi type robots -they're screaming out for 2 big eyes (sorry, it's this damned Henry obsession, I put faces on everything- lol )

I like the carpet cleaner type head - something else to now look out for :-)

I have the Airobrush & it works very well but I do find that there's not much articulation on the neck joint of the tool so if I raise the pipe it tends to come off the carpet & make a heck of a din ! (might just be poor technique on my part though).
Conversely I find the Numatic Hairo brush excellent in this respect, as the articulation is great, although the head is by design quite small.

Can I just ask, are the aftermarket filters worth getting? The genuine Numatic ones are quite dear, so if the cheaper option is worthwhile getting those would save me a few quid.



Post# 186759 , Reply# 79   6/22/2012 at 13:15 (2,939 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

Depends who they're made by but personally, I always get genuine stuff for all my vacs. I would recommend doing the same but i think vintagerepairer will be more qualified to comment on this

Post# 186776 , Reply# 80   6/22/2012 at 16:54 (2,939 days old) by vintagerepairer (England)        

Well it's been a good deal of years since I stocked parts and I am sure quality will have changed as the years have passed, so I wouldn't like to say. I am however impressed with the the new Numatic bags I've seen. For drive belts I often found that genuine was better, whereas with bags and filters it could be pot luck as some none genuine parts were very good, whilst others were poor. I was purchasing to satisfy a local market and buying the very best for cleaners. Certainly with hoses and attachments it was none genuine all the way for me, as people were not happy to pay the much larger price for genuine parts in this instance. Also, the margin on genuine accessories was poor as I had to price them to sell, whilst paying more for them to begin with.

Post# 186778 , Reply# 81   6/22/2012 at 16:56 (2,939 days old) by vintagerepairer (England)        

Another error on my part there, for give me if you will. I should have written "and NOT and buying the very best for cleaners.".

Post# 186858 , Reply# 82   6/23/2012 at 11:50 (2,938 days old) by rutger (England)        


Yes thinking about it with something like a filter, I suppose it's better to play it safe & stretch to a genuine one as an inefficient one might prove expensive in the long run if it didn't work too well.. With the hoses etc it obviously wouldn't be as important.

Cheers for the input guys, you helped me yet again !


Post# 186862 , Reply# 83   6/23/2012 at 12:00 (2,938 days old) by vintagerepairer (England)        

Dave it is funny you mention hoses, because Numatic are one of the few where I felt the original hose fitments were of superior quality to a pattern part. For most other cleaners, the non-genuine hoses were just as good, if not better in some cases. Some were poor, but most were equal I found.

Post# 186864 , Reply# 84   6/23/2012 at 12:09 (2,938 days old) by rutger (England)        

Cheers for that vintagerepairer, I'll bear that in mind, as the commercial type Numatic that's in my garage is getting ready for a new hose.
Thanks again

Post# 186865 , Reply# 85   6/23/2012 at 12:16 (2,938 days old) by turbomaster1984 (Ripley, Derbyshire)        

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Ok after readingall that can anyone shed some light on the Purple henry we saw at Strensham Services Gloucester last year?

Had assumed it was a normal numatic colour for unbranded use but i only saw it from behind so unsure it it was branded or had a face. Was it an exclusive offered to a chain of establishments in corporate colours? anyone any idea?

Post# 186870 , Reply# 86   6/23/2012 at 12:41 (2,938 days old) by vintagerepairer (England)        

There was a purple James at one time. It was exclusive to Littlewoods, at least I could not get them to sell and saw them nowhere else. Unlike the more recent James models, it had the large bumper section around the base of the tank and not a small tank like Henry. I am not saying this is what you saw, but with Numatic cleaners used in industry, the parts do get chopped and changed a good deal of the time. So you may have seen a Henry top on a James tank. Then again you may have spotted a rare purple Henry!

Post# 187085 , Reply# 87   6/25/2012 at 10:41 (2,936 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

I know that richie gooch has a Purple James in his workshop. I can't remember where, but I also recall seeing a purple Henry somewhere, it was a cleaning company special a bit like the Bn.Bn or Nationwide ones you see a lot of, but I can't remember for the life of me what company it was made for

Post# 187086 , Reply# 88   6/25/2012 at 10:42 (2,936 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

sorry Bx.Bx not Bn.B.n lol

Post# 187088 , Reply# 89   6/25/2012 at 10:52 (2,936 days old) by turbomaster1984 (Ripley, Derbyshire)        

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BN BN do do do do do BN BNdo dododoooo lol.

Post# 187089 , Reply# 90   6/25/2012 at 10:55 (2,936 days old) by turbomaster1984 (Ripley, Derbyshire)        

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Post# 187092 , Reply# 91   6/25/2012 at 11:31 (2,936 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

oh god, i'm going to be singing that all bloody night now

Post# 187795 , Reply# 92   7/1/2012 at 05:36 (2,930 days old) by rutger (England)        

Were the BX BX & Nationwide ones any different specification wise to a normal Numatic?
I've seen pictures of these types & always wondered why these models were badged that way/ produced.
Dave :-)

Post# 187801 , Reply# 93   7/1/2012 at 06:40 (2,930 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

nope they were identical to the current Numatics of the time just badged for the cleaning company they were being supplied too. Theres a Bx.Bx on ebay at the moment. Its exactly the same as an NV200 would've been

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Post# 187803 , Reply# 94   7/1/2012 at 06:51 (2,930 days old) by rutger (England)        

Cheers ryry, that's good to know.
I'm actually already watching that Bx on ebay, not sure yet if i'll pull the trigger on it. It looks ok but I think the price may be a wee bit steep.
Many thanks

Post# 187804 , Reply# 95   7/1/2012 at 06:59 (2,930 days old) by ryry_87 ()        

its a similar situation to my Ensign vacuums, basically they're Sebo's in all but name. But are made for the Diversey cleaning supply company under the Ensign name. But theres no difference at all

Post# 235165 , Reply# 96   6/4/2013 at 14:22 (2,592 days old) by AlexHoovers94 (Manchester UK)        

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Thanks, Ryan for all the scns you uploaded they were appreciated! :)

Post# 256106 , Reply# 97   11/12/2013 at 04:16 (2,432 days old) by Ultimatevacman ( Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK)        

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Ryan, what does the sticker say on top of the 2 Numatics in reply #58?

Post# 262831 , Reply# 98   1/11/2014 at 15:30 (2,371 days old) by AlexHoovers94 (Manchester UK)        

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Ryan, thanks for this...Do you have anything on late 90's/early 2000's Henry's??


Post# 263003 , Reply# 99   1/12/2014 at 10:56 (2,370 days old) by dysondestijl (east midlands, UK)        

Early 2000s Henrys Alex?

Post# 263005 , Reply# 100   1/12/2014 at 11:34 (2,370 days old) by AlexHoovers94 (Manchester UK)        

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I just bought one, it is the one with the single rocker switch at the back with no power head socket and the single speed, single fan motor, that is my faveourite Henry out of them all.

Post# 263006 , Reply# 101   1/12/2014 at 11:37 (2,370 days old) by AlexHoovers94 (Manchester UK)        

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Here is the one I bought she wanted 50 for it with 8.99 postage, a lot more than I wanted to pay but it is in good nick and I was desperate for one of these models, this was the only model I wanted even when I got my 2008 Henry, I have no idea why it took me this long to buy one.

Post# 263013 , Reply# 102   1/12/2014 at 12:23 (2,370 days old) by dysondestijl (east midlands, UK)        

Ooh, can't wait to see a vid of that Alex!

Post# 263014 , Reply# 103   1/12/2014 at 12:30 (2,370 days old) by AlexHoovers94 (Manchester UK)        

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Really? Or are you being facetious?

Post# 263018 , Reply# 104   1/12/2014 at 13:21 (2,370 days old) by dysondestijl (east midlands, UK)        

Errrr no, I was simply saying I would love to see a video of it when you get it!!

Post# 263020 , Reply# 105   1/12/2014 at 14:16 (2,370 days old) by AlexHoovers94 (Manchester UK)        

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oh okay thanks :P haha

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