Dyson and Numatic are two of the longest standing and well-known hoover manufacturers in the UK and for good reason. Both manufacture high-quality, durable vacuum cleaners with outstanding technological advancements.
Henry is Numatic’s most famous machine – more than 30 years old, and Dyson’s been making Ball vacuums for more than a decade. Let’s see how the Henry Hoover Compact and the Dyson Light Ball Multi Floor measure up against each other.
Versatile, practical, and able to go places normal vacuum cleaners can’t, cordless vacuum cleaners aim to be the future of cleaning.
In one corner we have the Gtech AirRam MK2 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner and in the other, the Dyson V8 Animal Handheld Vacuum Cleaner is starting its motor.
Both vacuum cleaners are improved versions of earlier models and we’re taking a look at how they compare to each other.
Shark have quickly grown to become one of the UKs most popular vacuum cleaner brands. Their wide range of cordless and corded models ensure that there is a Shark vacuum to suit everyone’s needs and budget.
Today, we will be having a closer look at four Shark vacuums that I believe are the best on the market. There are two cordless models and two corded models. Three of these models are stick vacuums, and there is one upright vacuum.
How can you not love Henry? I guarantee that if you let the kids pick a vacuum cleaner they would pick Henry and who could blame them?
Henry is a real British classic and even when I was a kid I had a soft spot for Henry. I have tested many vacuum cleaners over the years. Thanks to my kids and dogs they always get put through their paces very well.
I am very interested to see if Henry will still have that smile on his face once he has had a meeting with my house!
Dyson has long been the king of the vacuum cleaners. While there are other brands that are taking a larger share of the vacuum market, such as Shark, you can’t quite beat the quality and prestige of a Dyson.
In this guide, I will be taking a closer look at four of the best Dyson vacuums on the market today. There are two cordless models, and two corded models. While the corded models are still available now, they are no longer being produced so once the stock has run out, I will update this page.