Numatic (Henry) Vacuum Hose End Cuff

Stock Number: ES546998

Manufactured by Numatic (Henry)

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (82 customer reviews)

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Numatic (Henry) Vacuum Cleaners

Description

Has the hose end on your vacuum cleaner snapped or worn out? Save money by replacing just the hose cuff you need, rather than the whole hose, with this genuine spare from Numatic.

  • For 32mm width hoses
  • Material: Plastic

This is a genuine Numatic spare part for select models of 'Henry' and 'Hetty' vacuum cleaners in the list of compatible appliances.

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (82 customer reviews)
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    Nozzle a bit shorter than original but doesn't matter. Arrived promptly. Easy to fit. Happy customer.
  • The part I needed

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    By - London

    I received the part I needed quickly and it was easy to fit. Henry is as good as new now
  • Excellent service

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    By - Durham

    Easy to order and good speedy delivery along with one or two 'goodies' for free. Very happy with the company.

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  • Q MY HENRY NOSE PART WHICH WAS ATTACHED TO THE BODY HAS CAME OFF, IS THIS REPLACEABLE? THX 1 Answer

    CAN I GET THE NOSE PART WHICH WAS ATTACHED TO THE BODY, IS THAT REPLACEBLE? MINE RING HAS CAME OFF BY PULLING HOSE TOO HARD, THX

    By BAILEYS - SOLIHULL - 08 September 2010

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      yes it is simple to fix back on - turn clockwise

      By Anonymous - Northamptonshire - 07 September 2011

  • Q The hose has split just before the cuff. Can I just unscrew the old cuff, trim the hose then screw the cuff back on or is it bonded to the hose? 0 Answers

    By Anonymous - UK - 16 November 2013