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Post# 408256   4/17/2019 at 13:12 (355 days old) by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        

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As many of you know I have repaired and run vacuum Shops for years.
I really have never found a cordless consumer-grade vacuum I liked.
Well I'm pleased to announce after over a month of testing. I found what I think is the best cordless vacuum on the US market.
The Henry Cordless. It has the most power of any cordless vacuum of tested. It also has a long run time on "High " a full 24 to 30 minutes compared to the Dyson v11s 8 to 12 minutes. That's oval over double the runtime. Plus it comes with two batteries!
It also uses a high-flow HEPA bag which addresses the other issue that I have with most cordless vacuums filtration.
Also it's using standard inch and a quarter attachments so fitting attachment of your choosing is a possibility without an adapter.
I was able to run a carpet turbo tool with it as well which I was quite surprised.
I'll be making a few videos on this cordless Henry here's the first of many to come.

Post# 408335 , Reply# 1   4/20/2019 at 02:55 (353 days old) by tolivac (Greenville,NC)        

What is the price of the Henry Cordless?Is it less expensive or more expensive than the Dyson V11-looked at the Dyson at Best Buy and was NOT impressed at the price.The Henry Cordless is Win!-WIN! compared to the Dyson.Would like to get the Henry Cordless at some point.Would so love to try it with the Volt Powernozzle.An interesting cordless power team!

Post# 408340 , Reply# 2   4/20/2019 at 06:54 (352 days old) by Miskini (Northville, Michigan )        

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That was a great review. Iíll have to look into getting one.

Post# 408390 , Reply# 3   4/20/2019 at 23:44 (352 days old) by tolivac (Greenville,NC)        

I tried looking up to see if anyone sells the cordless Henry-so far no luck!!!!Who sells them???Seriously would like to get one of these machines to go with my Volt powernozzle and Simplicity Freedom cordless upright-also my cordless Areus one.

Post# 408408 , Reply# 4   4/21/2019 at 18:38 (351 days old) by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        

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I was told the retail price was "$499" right now.
To quote them they're doing a "soft launch" right now with select in-store only retailers.I believe I have one of the first ones brought in the country definitely the first one that wasn't brought in for shows and Demo.
I'll send them an email and see what they say maybe I can get you one or put you in contact with somebody who can. I did try a friend's cordless volt with this and it's quite the combination!
Stay tuned, there is a Dyson V 11 vs Henry cordless Video still to come.

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Post# 408420 , Reply# 5   4/22/2019 at 00:07 (351 days old) by tolivac (Greenville,NC)        

Glad you could try the Henry with the Volt PN.Looked on the dealer section on the link-no dealers for Henry/Nacecare near me.If you could find a dealer I could online or phone order from-that would be Great for me.The Henry sounds like a MUCH better vacuum than the Dyson!!!Longer runtimes-and BAGGED--no MESSY bagless system with the nasty filters.

Post# 408426 , Reply# 6   4/22/2019 at 06:27 (350 days old) by Mike811 (Finland)        

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Henry with the Volt power nozzle is absolutely a winner combination.
Dyson V10/11 vs Henry.
There is why the cordless Henry is better:
- versatility and convenience
- huge capacity
- no mess emptying
- two 36 Volt battery packs
- build quality
- standard size tools
- a lot of different tools fit to it
- quiet
- on-board tool storage
- more power than any cordless Dyson

It would be crazy to choose Dyson over the Henry.

Post# 408432 , Reply# 7   4/22/2019 at 09:34 (350 days old) by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        

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@Mike811 can you get the volt nozzle in Finland?

@tolivac I'll reach out to Nacecare for you and see what I can do .

Post# 408444 , Reply# 8   4/22/2019 at 11:54 (350 days old) by Mike811 (Finland)        

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I think that we don't have Volt pn in the whole Europe. However importing one is possible and 120v to 240v adapter for the charger doesn't cost much. Shipping would be expensive.

Post# 408512 , Reply# 9   4/23/2019 at 08:36 (349 days old) by crazykirbydude (Lexington, KY)        

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I love the cordless Aerus Lite! Finally! Good performance from a cordless upright!

Post# 408521 , Reply# 10   4/23/2019 at 11:31 (349 days old) by SubieGuy (Alabama)        

I absolutely love my Shark ion P50. The main reason I chose it over the Dyson V11 is because the battery is removable and replaceable. It's also a sealed HEPA system and has the duoclean soft rollers which work well on hardwoods.

Post# 408585 , Reply# 11   4/24/2019 at 13:28 (348 days old) by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        
let's compare

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Post# 408596 , Reply# 12   4/24/2019 at 17:57 (348 days old) by eurekaprince (Montreal, Canada)        

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I think the main North American distributor for Numatic - including this fantastic new cordless Henry - is a company called Nacecare in Toronto, Canada. I think they are the sole distributors on this side of the Atlantic.

Post# 408606 , Reply# 13   4/24/2019 at 22:56 (348 days old) by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        

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@eurekaprince That's what the links above would imply.

Post# 408617 , Reply# 14   4/25/2019 at 06:38 (347 days old) by eurekaprince (Montreal, Canada)        

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Iím thrilled at the idea of a practical, decent, cordless canister with a bag. Itís a great solution to cleaning a car that is always parked far from an electrical outlet. Mind you, some of the power tool companies have started selling cordless shop vacs that would be great car cleaners as well: Ryobi, etc. And these cordless shop vacs might be better for car interiors as they might handle wet debris better from cars in snowy locations.

Still - the idea of whipping around the house daily with a cordless bagged canister sounds great!

I do have concerns about the life of those batteries - as weíve learned, those permanent Dyson batteries donít last much longer than a few years.

Post# 408742 , Reply# 15   4/27/2019 at 01:54 (346 days old) by tolivac (Greenville,NC)        

DeWalt also makes cordless shop vacuums-these are small units that run from DeWalt power tool batteries.I wouldn't consider these to be home type or usual commercial vacuums.The DeWalt ones are made for workshop uses.

Post# 408743 , Reply# 16   4/27/2019 at 01:57 (346 days old) by tolivac (Greenville,NC)        

Life of batteries-I have some Greenworks lithium cordless mower batteries that are over 5yrs old-still running full power!So its possible with good care the batteries can last for many years.And on the Henry when they finally burn out--you can replace them!On the Dyson---You CAN'T you have to buy a whole vacuum!

Post# 408745 , Reply# 17   4/27/2019 at 02:54 (346 days old) by tolivac (Greenville,NC)        

The video is very good-Will get the Henry when I can "nozzles" down over the Dyson.And I can use the Henry with my existing Volt powernozzle.I like the idea of the 1.25" tools with the Henry-means you can use other tools with it.So--when I can will place an order thru Nacecare when they list the Henry Cordless.Last time I looked it wasn't listed.Would have been interesting to put the Volt powernozzle in your tests when you had it.To further seal the deal the Henry has removable-replaceable batteries.When they finally burn out easy to get a new pair.The Dyson--you have to send it in or buy another one.Dyson should upgrade to removable batteries.The "SQUAWK" of that bare floor tool on that beautiful floor kinda scared me!Hope it didn't scratch!

Post# 408769 , Reply# 18   4/27/2019 at 15:06 (345 days old) by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        

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@tolivac You're definitely right with the right batteries that can last quite some time. I have a Bosch screwdriver with lithium-ion batteries that still runs full power from 2010. What you're saying about the ease of changing the batteries is one of the biggest things with any cordless vacuums so many of them you need tools to change them or simply can't be changed. A lot of times with new machines that *SQUAWK" sound is the plastic wearing in on the axle of the wheels. Quite a few machines do it out of the box and can be remediated with a drop of oil. No wood floors were harmed in the making of this video.

Post# 408809 , Reply# 19   4/28/2019 at 03:43 (345 days old) by peepsail (Canada)        

I can't recall any Dyson cordless models that DON'T have a removable battery, they're just not convenient to interchange in day-to-day use but they're pretty easy to change if you just need a new battery -- three screws and you're done.

Post# 408904 , Reply# 20   4/30/2019 at 00:39 (343 days old) by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        

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@peepsail It makes more sense for the battery to be quick change . I believe that's what he was getting at.

Post# 408953 , Reply# 21   5/1/2019 at 12:47 (341 days old) by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        
smile why you vacuum.

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Hear my results after one month of using cordless Henry exclusively.

Post# 409033 , Reply# 22   5/3/2019 at 04:22 (340 days old) by tolivac (Greenville,NC)        

Henry did SUPURB with all the stuff that was "thooped" into his bag.I have WW carpet-but a suction canister is VERY useful to me.So much easier and better than converting Kirbys or other upright DA vacuums.I don't have pets-just myself makes enough of a mess.

Post# 409046 , Reply# 23   5/3/2019 at 17:16 (339 days old) by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        

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Hey I reached out to Nacecare if you're interested in one. I'd be happy to get one for you. Here's my email

Post# 409072 , Reply# 24   5/4/2019 at 00:45 (339 days old) by tolivac (Greenville,NC)        

Thank you Alex for the info on getting a Henry cordless vacuum.I am going on leave soon will get in touch with you on that when I get back after 5-15.

Post# 409085 , Reply# 25   5/4/2019 at 11:04 (338 days old) by luxlife (Under a Pecan Tree)        
Iíve been watching this one on Facebook for over a month now

Does anyone know anything about the Lupe Cordless that is currently in development in the U.K.?


Post# 409122 , Reply# 26   5/5/2019 at 21:47 (337 days old) by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        

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@luxlife No offense but that vacuum in the link looks like pure junk to me!

@tolivac Alright have fun .

Post# 409134 , Reply# 27   5/6/2019 at 12:17 (336 days old) by luxlife (Under a Pecan Tree)        
@ vavuumdevil

I honestly donít think it exists yet. Thatís why I had to ask. Their website looks sketchy and only offers a glimpse at the machine without letting you see too much of anything.

Post# 409276 , Reply# 28   5/9/2019 at 10:28 (333 days old) by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        

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@luxlife It definitely looks sketchy like the fyer festival. Best not to give it any more attention.

Post# 409556 , Reply# 29   5/18/2019 at 04:15 (325 days old) by tolivac (Greenville,NC)        

Alex-I am back from leave will get back to you on the Henry.

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