Universal Vacuum Cleaner Floor Tool 30-37mm

Stock Number: ES478316

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Will this part fit my appliance?

This product is compatible with:

  • Vacuum Cleaners with wands of 30 to 37mm diameter (please see the description and video)

Description

Universal Vacuum Cleaner Floor Tool 30-37mm

This Universal Floor Tool is an eSpares top seller and works equally well on carpeting as it does on hard floors. Designed for maximum pick-up and fast removal.

Specification:

  • Large (270 x 87mm) for maximum pick-up of dust and dirt.
  • Adjustable hose fitting (30 to 37mm*) suitable for almost every make of vacuum cleaner (not Dyson). Adjust the fitting by tightening the black plastic screw cap on the threaded housing of the tool to create a smaller or larger connection and to tighten the extension tube in place.
  • Two swivel type buttons (brush out and brush in) on the top allow you to easily switch between brush out (normally used on hard floors) and brush in (normally used on carpets) depending on what you are using your vacuum tool for.

Please note: 30 to 37mm refers to the size of the vacuum extension tube. To measure this, measure the outside diameter of the hose connected to your vacuum.

How to replace a Henry floor tool

This video should help with fitting this part. However, the exact layout and fitting technique may differ for your make and model.

Be safe - always unplug any appliance from the electricity supply before carrying out any work on it.
If you are in any doubt contact a qualified repairer.

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Product Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 (432 customer reviews)
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  • Really good buy - what a surprise

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    By - Haverhill

    I only thought by chance to see if eSpares had a new head for my vacuum cleaner. I was astonished at how cheap it was. It came the next day. I have now used it and it is great.
  • Fitted, works, job done!

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    By - london

    Ordered two of these, for a vax cylinder & for a morphy richards cylinder. Easy to fit. No leaks, even though 1 was being attached to a metal 'hose' that had been bent out of shape slightly. As effective as I expected, given there is no rotating brush. Would order again.
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    By - Mansfield

    why is there no hoover heads to fit a 32mm hose that has wheels on either side? it does not matter which type i have tried as soon as i go to hoover the floor it tries to suck the carpet up off the floor. it does not glide (even with a metal base) over the floor as it should do. sorry for the bum rating but i am not referring to your product. it was the only way i could leave a review and get a possible answer to my question above.

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  • Q Who should order universal parts? 3 Answers

    By Mara - 14 October 2008

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      Anyone with a vacuum cleaner that has a faulty head and who either cant find an original replacement or the original is too expensive

      By navinitram - Northamptonshire - 21 April 2010

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      anyone with a broken vax floor tool

      By monsterherman - wandsworth london - 16 February 2010

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      We would always recommend a genuine part, instead of a universal part, for your vacuum if one is available. Please enter your model number in the search facility above to see if we carry the genuine part for your vacuum prior to ordering this universal part. If we do not carry a genuine part for your vacuum please make sure to double check the measurements of this item prior to ordering to make sure it will fit your cleaner.

      By Samara eSpares Staff - 14 October 2008

  • Q How to fit floor tool to DC01 1 Answer

    The Dyson DC01 does not have an open-ended wand as tools have to fit into the plastic holder. Any advice please.

    By pedlar - 28 July 2010

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      cut it off with a metal cutting saw

      By 4753baca - southampton - 02 September 2010