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Best vacuum cleaner at around £300 or less?

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    #31
    Originally posted by sal View Post
    You don't see them driving Audi, BMW etc. for work either, that doesn't mean their white van/truck is better for your needs. There is a tool for every job.

    Sure, and there are lots of tools driving BMWs.


    A suction cleaner is normally bought by people who want it to suck up dirt. Not to make a person statement about how wealthy they are, nor how fast it goes from 0-60. A suction cleaner which does a good job at sucking up dirt and is reliable will thus be popular with people who need to suck up a lot of dirt and don't want it to break.
    So, if your requirement in a cleaner is to suck up dirt and be reliable, then buy a Henry (made in Chard).


    If your requirement is to be the envy of your neighbours as you let them all know you have the money to buy an expensive, but less reliable cleaner then go for it. The "best cleaner to impress others" is not a Henry.
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      #32
      How about a self-driving one, can people recommed or advise against them?
      There doesn't seem to be that much innovation in that space actually - - there's a new Roomba coming up, but it will be only marginally better and way more expensive so don't see the point tbh...

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        #33
        Originally posted by yasockie View Post
        How about a self-driving one, can people recommed or advise against them?
        There doesn't seem to be that much innovation in that space actually - - there's a new Roomba coming up, but it will be only marginally better and way more expensive so don't see the point tbh...
        Is that the same as having the butler push it round? If so I'd highly recommend it.
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