The new H-FREE 500 Hoover stick has all bases covered
The clever people at Hoover have come up with a cordless stick vacuum cleaner that is lightweight, compact and delivers outstanding performance.
Silversurfers product review
The aesthetically pleasing H-FREE 500 has been expertly designed for easy storage and includes all the essential tools needed for a total clean. Just perfect for those looking for a light, all round, quality vacuum cleaner that is value for money and carries with it the reassurance of a top household name.
With no annoying cables and agile enough to glide under your sofa or around table legs the H-FREE 500 is a breeze to use and manoeuvre. There is a nifty light on the front of the main floor roller which is great for illuminating hard to see dust. The motor is quiet, yet the suction is strong enough for regular light cleaning and to remove surface dust, fluff and pet hairs. When the brush bar is on, it will agitate the carpet fibres to loosen dirt and debris. The H-FREE 500 is great for all floor types with a simple carpet button for the shift from hard floors and a separate turbo button for extra suction.
The attachments are effortlessly detached and changed making the switch from an upright stick cleaner to a handheld device for stairs and car interiors simple to do. There is a separate nozzle tool for those harder to reach places and a handy pet hair tool with rotating bristles to lift embedded cat or dog hairs from cushions and carpets.
There is an easy to remove rechargeable battery pack which can plug into your wall socket, separately from the vacuum cleaner if you so wish and with an ingenious swivel of the bottom the H-FREE 500 reduces in height to just 69cm, for easy storage practically anywhere, ideal for flats and small houses.
Lightweight and powerful, agile and compact the H-FREE 500 is a pleasure to use and you can purchase one from the Hoover Shop – it is good value for money too!
For more information and to view the full range visit Hoover.co.uk
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