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Not for me

It has telescopic tubes.

Hardly any suction, filters need cleaning every time you empty, no onboard tool tidy; a rip off!

...The Hoover Telios has for many years been the staple model offered to consumers looking for a cylinder vacuum cleaner from Hoover UK which produced strong suction, a compact body and a design which mimicked the best from Miele with a hidden tool section and sealed suction paper bags. Hoover added filtration to hold back general odours and with marketing realised that models from 1300 watts...

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Cheap, good fit, do the job, last well

Nothing really

...Henry Vacuum Bags These vacuum cleaner bags are Wilko branded. They are suitable for using along side various models of Numatic, Henry, Hetty and James vacuum cleaners. Each pack contains five cleaner bags. This pack of vacuum cleaner bags can be purchased from Wilko at a cost of £3.75. My Experience I personally prefer vacuum cleaners that don't require bags but when our...

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Compact-ish, powerful, healthier than bagless, takes bags, tools store on board, washable filter.

Cheap plastics, noisy, short hose, small dust capacity, suction control is annoying.

...half of its body. The predecessor model was compact but narrow and here Hoover has pushed out the width to give a familiarity to those who have owned the previous bagged Purepower cylinder vac or Sensory model. Chunky with smooth edges, the Hoover TeliosPlus has a good design sense about it initially but what have the Italians been doing all this time? Overdosing on Dolce latté cheese perhaps...

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