The Blue Henry Hoover as it is often referred to actually has a name! Maybe not as famous as its little brother Henry Hoover, Charles Hoover is in fact a lot more powerful and versatile than Henry. This Blue Henry Hoover has the capability to clean wet mess. Charles can be used after a spillage, to unclog your sink and even after the disastrous effects of a flood (touching wood you’ll never have to use Charles for that reason).
If you are looking for a vacuum cleaner that is really versatile, is suitable for wet and dry use, then this blue Henry Hoover is exactly what you need.
Where can you buy Charles Hoover?*
A bit more about this beautiful Blue Henry Hoover
Blue Henry Hoover (Charles) Bagged Multi-Purpose Vacuum
If you are looking for a vacuum cleaner without compromise, be it for wet or dry use, this Blue Henry Hoover is exactly what you need. With its TwinFlo’ motor, Charles offers the performance you need for dry or wet use.
This blue smiley face offers 15 litres dry capacity and 9 litres wet capacity. Charles has an 8 metres cleaning range helping you in your vacuuming chores. No more need to unplug and replug to a different socket every 2 minutes.
Charles Hoover is a very handy little wet/dry vacuum cleaner. This is a great vacuum cleaner from the Henry Hoover range.
Some facts about Charles
- Wet and dry vacuum cleaner with non rust aluminium tubes
- Features 1200W power, 2500mm suction, 15/9 litre dry/wet capacity
- 8 metre cleaning range
- 40 litres per sec air flow
- Tritex filtration system for dry use
- Safety float valve system for wet pick up
Wet or Dry
Wet or dry vac with powerful 1200 W two-stage motor.
Blue Henry Hoover
Ready to tackle almost anything that comes along, be it floors or floods, corners or curtains–you are in control.
Filter Dust Bags
Big filters and HepaFlo dust bags for dry use and a safety float valve for wet pick-up.
Tubes are lightweight aluminium and will never rust. Two floor nozzles: one for wet work and a combination nozzle for carpets and hard floors.
*The prices above were last updated 13th September 2016.