Are you looking for a dependable and reliable cordless vacuum to tackle all that pet hair?
As someone who has two Alaskan Klee Kai who shed throughout the year, I’m all too familiar with the constant hairy battle when you share life with pets.
It’s important to have a good vacuum that can tackle the hair, has a good battery life, as well as other features that make cleaning a little easier.
With pets in the home, you’ll likely find it easier to clean using a cordless vacuum rather than trying to manipulate a cord around your home with a nervous pet.
In this article, we’re going to take a look at the Henry Quick Cordless Vacuum Cleaner.
We’ll examine the vacuum’s features, provide our verdict, look at what other customers have to say as well as highlighting where you can purchase this Henry model if you’re interested.
So with the introduction complete, let’s take a closer look at the Henry Quick.
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Henry Quick – The Basics
You may be familiar with the classic Henry Home model but MyHenry have a fantastic option for pet parents who prefer a cordless vacuum.
The Henry Quick is cordless so it gives pet owners complete flexibility to tackle every corner of their home without getting in a tangle.
So whether you’re looking for the hairballs in the corner of the room under the sofa or you vacuuming the stairs and trying to remove clumps of hair, Henry Quick have you covered.
They offer dust-free emptying – with just one click you can empty the contents of the collector into the bin so you don’t have to touch any of the dirt and hair.
You can be confident of a powerful cleaning experience and you can easily change pods to ensure a “factory-fresh performance and powerful suction”. The pods are made with recycled materials!
MyHenry explain that the machine’s powerful airflow compacts dust for more capacity than other leading vacuums.
• Power Boost – If you’ve got a big mess, the Henry Quick has a power boost to handle the messiest situations.
• Scent Capsules – The Henry Quick incorporates scented capsules so your home will smell fresh and clean.
• Power Brush – Easy to switch on light that will highlight dirt on the floor to make sure every area is covered.
• Quick Release – One-click, dust-free emptying with simple pod release system.
• Henry Pods – Advanced, multi-layer filtration system with dust-lock seal.
• Interchangeable Battery – The Henry Quick comes with an interchangeable battery so you can quickly make a change and keep cleaning.
Ease Of Use
The Henry Quick has a lot of features that make it a relatively easy cordless vacuum to use.
It has a relatively lightweight design – not quite as lightweight as some other models that I’ve reviewed, but it’s still sufficiently light to make cleaning a pleasant experience.
The Henry Quick has a range of handy tools so you can get into the difficult corners of your home, such as cleaning spills on surfaces and furniture if you’ve got a dog who sheds a lot.
The easy-clean brush bar is extremely convenient if you’ve got a dog who likes to shed a lot. I find that hair can sometimes get wrapped around the brush with other models so life is made easy with the Henry Quick’s removable brush bar.
Henry Quick’s pods are easy to change and their scented which proved effective for masking any doggie odour that you’ll probably notice when you use other brands.
It has a 70 minute run time at low power or 16 minutes at high power with a 150 minute charge time to get the vacuum back to 100%.
It’s worth noting that the Henry Quick isn’t designed to specifically cater to homes with pets.
However, I’ve got two dogs who shed a lot so I was intrigued to see how the device would perform compared to my Dyson Detect v12 Slim Vacuum Review.
They’ve got some similar features such as the LED light that highlights hair and dirt on the floor, plus the power brush to get targeted cleaning results.
I didn’t feel there was much difference between the two devices based upon the light and power brush.
The Henry Quick was slightly heavier. This wasn’t an issue for me but my wife did find it slightly harder to manoeuvre around the home.
I felt that the Dyson Detect v12 did a marginally better job at cleaning up after my dogs.
However, the Henry Quick was a more enjoyable experience thanks to the scented capsules which created a pleasant smell rather than the distinctive doggie odour associated with the Dyson.
The Henry Quick is priced at £299 on Henry’s official website. The price includes six pods so you’re covered for quite a while (I’ve been using my Henry Quick for over a month and I haven’t needed to change).
Anything Else To Consider?
Henry’s website explains that the Henry Quick comes with a two-year warranty. You can also benefit from the customer service (and help) from Henry Tech experts should any issues arise.
Wrapping Up – Our Final Thoughts
We’ve reached the end of our review of the Henry Quick.
Overall, I thought it was a solid cordless vacuum that is a good option for pet owners.
It has some of the key features that you’d expect to see in a quality cordless vacuum, such as the power brush and LED light.
Henry Quick’s scented pods are a great addition that can mask any pet odours as you clean to make it a more pleasant experience.
It’s also competitively priced when you look at other brands available right now.