When it comes to detail cleaning, the Crevice Tool is perfect for getting into all those nooks and crannies and the Dusting Tool is ideal for delicate surfaces, like shelves, ornaments and picture frames. For smaller surfaces, such as the stairs, sofa and in the car, Henry's Upholstery Tool is top-notch. Plus, remove the brush for optimum results when cleaning the mattress.
Easily switch between carpets and hard-floors with Henry’s high-performance Combi Floor Tool. Simply set the brushes up for carpets and down for hard-floors, and you’ll achieve powerful results in either mode.
Equipped with an advanced, 2-stage filtration system, Henry gets rid of dirt for good, trapping the mess in her big-capacity, high-efficiency HepaFlo bag. Making emptying quick, easy and mess-free, Henry’s innovative self-seal tab locks all the dust in the bag, so unlike with bagless vacuums, you can empty with no dust, no mess and no allergens escaping.
When the mess is gone, Henry packs neatly and tidily away with on-board tool storage and “trouble-free” cable rewind system. Job done! Well, until the next time…
There’s no putting it off any longer, it’s time for a big clean-up. That dust isn’t going to move itself! Believe me, I’ve given it fair chance. There are crumbs all over the kitchen floor that seem to be multiplying by the minute. Then there’s the trail of dried mud leading to what I can only assume were once a pair of wellington boots… The table’s covered in scraps of paper from the latest papier-mâché homework project and to be perfectly honest, I can’t even bear to think about the state of the car, let alone the garage after our latest (attempt at) DIY.
With over 14 million Henrys and Hettys made, and most still in use today, they really are vacuums you can trust. Their great features make cleaning easy, including their super long-reach, "trouble free" rewind 10 metre cable, huge capacity and on-board tool storage. Carpets, hard-floors, cars, stairs, DIY... nothing beats a Henry or Hetty for versatility.
Download product manual: Henry Eco User Instructions