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Hoover™ Robot Vacuum Cleaner
  • 9 Programme Settings
  • Up to 2 Hours Run Time
£399.99
Hoover A2 Bagged Vacuum Cleaner
  • Double A Class
  • Allergy Care Pets Turbo Brush
£299.99
Hoover A2 Bagged Vacuum Cleaner
  • Double A Class
  • Allergy Care Pets Turbo Brush
£299.99
Hoover A2 Pets Bagless Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner
  • Double A Class
  • Multi-Cyclonic Technology
£299.99
Hoover Globe Bagless Upright Vacuum Cleaner
  • Super Flex Multi Tool
  • Multi Cyclonic
£299.99
Hoover Turbo Power Bagless Upright Vacuum Cleaner
  • Multi Cyclonic Triple A Rated
  • Extra Long Reach
£279.99
Hoover Globe Bagless Upright Vacuum Cleaner
  • Multi Cyclonic
  • Pets Turbo Brush
£279.99
Hoover Vision Reach Bagless Upright Vacuum Cleaner
  • Quadruple A Rated
  • Pets Turbo Brush
£279.99
Hoover Unplugged Cordless Cleaner and FREE handheld
  • FREE Handheld
  • Lithium Battery & 60 Mins Run Time
£279.99

Vacuum cleaners
We offer a complete range of vacuum cleaners from uprights to cylinders, cordless sticks to rechargeable handhelds, as well as the very latest robot vacuum cleaners. Each range has a number of carefully designed features to ensure you get the most from your vacuuming. Browse our online store and select the vacuum cleaner to suit you.

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How do bagless vacuum cleaners work?

How do bagless vacuum cleaners work?

Not all bagless vacuum cleaners are the same. The type of separation system makes a big difference to the performance of the machine and the amount of filter maintenance required.

History of vacuum cleaners

History of vacuum cleaners

The history of vacuum cleaners in the UK dates back to the early 1900s. Hubert Cecil Booth started the first vacuum cleaner company in the UK, known as the British Vacuum Cleaner Company. It wasn't long however before William Henry Hoover, who had already experienced success with his vacuum cleaners in America, made headway in the vacuum cleaners market in the UK and overtook Booth.

Dust Pick Up Ratings

Dust Pick Up Ratings

A high wattage (input power) doesn't always mean better suction because the amount of this power that's turned into air watts (suction or output power) depends to some extent on the vacuum's design and efficiency.

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