Free 10 or 5 Year Warranty On Selected Washing Machines, 10 year Warranty on Vacuum Cleaners for £30 @ Miele - HotUKDeals
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I know they are expensive but Miele make quality appliances that win an array of Which Best Buys.

Free 10 year parts and labour on following models.

W 3240
W 3985 WPS
W 5740
W 5748 ss
W 5824
W 5962
W 5968 WPS LiquidWash

Free 5 year parts and labour on following models.

W 1614
W 1914
W 1916
W 1945 EcoComfort
W 3204

£30 for a 10 year warranty on the following Vacuum Cleaners

S 5211 Power Plus
Cat & Dog Turbo 5000
Allervac Sensor 5000
Solution Hepa S 5281
Automatic TT 5000
S 4212 Plus
S 4212 Turbo
S 4512
Remote Control HEPA S 4782
S 4212 EcoLine
Hybrid S 4812
S 7210 Yellow
S 7210 Black
S7 Cat & Dog
Allervac S 7280
AutoCare
AutoCare HEPA

Free 5 year warranty on following vacuum cleaner.

Hybrid S 4812
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#4
Miele's are very good. Our second one is probably 10 years old but the first one is still going strong after maybe 20 years the last few dealing with DIY.
:¬}
#5
May be expensive, but proven over time to cost half (to run and buy) than most other cheaper makes. Needless to say I still have a hoover washing machine because I can't afford a Miele!
#6
A Miele is unlikely to break within ten years. They're so heavy compared to standard washing machines.
#7
Have to say, these machines are worth every penny, we've had our six years and have had door seals renewed and one software fault repaired. We're a family of seven, so our washing machine gets to work very hard. Plus the engineer could not have been more pleasant and helpful.
#8
I had a Miele Dishwasher for yonks and only retired it it a year ago and replaced with a Bosch. Engineer has been out 6 times in less than a year despite Bosch being a good brand.

In 6 years the engineer was called twice for the Miele.
1 Like #9
Why don't they do bagless cleaners, or can I just not find them (I've not looked especially hard because I'm happy with my £45 Argos special Hoover)? Who in their right mind would buy a hoover with bags?!
#10
dannymccann
Why don't they do bagless cleaners, or can I just not find them (I've not looked especially hard because I'm happy with my £45 Argos special Hoover)? Who in their right mind would buy a hoover with bags?!


Q the Henry trolls...
#11
Got this last time it was on - the new washing machine cleans about the same as our old Dyson one (and weighs about the same!) but hopefully should prove a bit more reliable over the years as we were on first name terms with the Dyson repair man.
#12
All we need now is a few links to some bargain prices for the above models.... :)
#13
Got bought a Miele Vacuum cleaner for a wedding present........... motor gave up just after the two warranty ran out............ new motor was more expensive than the whole thing.

Wont touch Miele again.

Dyson DC24 is still going strong after 4 years and it was cheaper.
#14
just-me
Miele's are very good. Our second one is probably 10 years old but the first one is still going strong after maybe 20 years the last few dealing with DIY.
:¬}
Unfortunately you won't be doing DIY on the more recent ones, as I hear they they make them impossible to be repaired except by their own staff.
#15
dannymccann
Why don't they do bagless cleaners, or can I just not find them (I've not looked especially hard because I'm happy with my £45 Argos special Hoover)? Who in their right mind would buy a hoover with bags?!


People who want their cleaner to have decent suction and not have to clean out about 20 feckin filters after every time they use the thing.
#16
tomlewis007
Got bought a Miele Vacuum cleaner for a wedding present........... motor gave up just after the two warranty ran out............ new motor was more expensive than the whole thing.

Wont touch Miele again.

Dyson DC24 is still going strong after 4 years and it was cheaper.


I guess your scientific approach to product evaluation is indispensable. You measured the purchase of two items with different manufacturers and found one didn't work after a period. Congratulations.

You should apply for a job with Which?
#17
moob
People who want their cleaner to have decent suction and not have to clean out about 20 feckin filters after every time they use the thing.


...followed at breathtaking speed by...

moob
I guess your scientific approach to product evaluation is indispensable. You measured the purchase of two items with different manufacturers and found one didn't work after a period. Congratulations.


The irony!
1 Like #18
Miele are great vacuums. When we bought ours a couple of years ago and rang to get the warranty offer they kindly sent me a free set of bags. Cheapest ones I can find are:

Miele S2111 Bagged Cylinder Vacuum £120 at Best Buy, or same one is £124 at Coop Eectrical.

Ours is a cheap Miele and it's been great.

The washers are very expensive - around £600 plus. Alternatives are John Lewis where all washers have 2 years warranty, and they do a Panasonic with a free 6 year warranty for £500 and a Siemens for £500 with a free five year warranty. HTH.
#19
aurora
Alternatives are John Lewis where all washers have 2 years warranty
It's actually three years - for the own-brand (rebranded Electrolux) at least. And it's transferable - I bought one second hand and they were happy to transfer it to my name.
#20
Miele vacuums are ok but you have to factor in the cost of bags and the reduced suction when the bags are getting full they aren't so brilliant. There is absolutely no way Miele suction matches the Dyson even when the bags are empty. You won't get much argument about Miele doing the best washing machines but vacuum cleaners despite being a Which favourite have a few issues.

I might point out you have to pay extra for extended warranty on their vacuum cleaners which shows they don't have quite as much faith in them.
#21
bonzobanana
There is absolutely no way Miele suction matches the Dyson even when the bags are empty.

In my experience, having used both, they not only match them they beat them. Not exactly scientific, but I'm more than happy with Miele.

Edited By: megalomaniac on Mar 15, 2011 14:29
#22
We had a Dyson and I think our Miele is better. Also, some of the John Lewis washers are the same as the AEG ones they sell, but cheaper. Electrolux and AEG are the same group.
#23
Which models?! You can't possibly make a useful comparison if you don't state that.
#24
pibpob
moob
People who want their cleaner to have decent suction and not have to clean out about 20 feckin filters after every time they use the thing.


...followed at breathtaking speed by...

moob
I guess your scientific approach to product evaluation is indispensable. You measured the purchase of two items with different manufacturers and found one didn't work after a period. Congratulations.


The irony!


Why is that ironic?

It's a known fact that bagless cleaners require more frequent attention to their filters than any bagged cleaner - due to the dust gaining easier access.
#25
moob
Why is that ironic?
Thought you might need it explaining. You sl_ag someone off for exaggerating the relevance of a single sample moments after spouting a ridiculous exaggeration about the maintenance needed for bagless cleaners.
It's a known fact that bagless cleaners require more frequent attention to their filters than any bagged cleaner - due to the dust gaining easier access.
It's a known fact that they don't need "about 20 feckin filters" to be cleaned out "every time" they're used, and it's a known fact that, erm, you don't have to buy bags for them. FYI, the Dyson DC24 (an example I am familiar with as I have one) requires its two reusable filters (HEPA standard, by the way) to be rinsed under the tap every three months, then left for 24 hours to dry before putting back in the cleaner. Compared with the number of bags you would have to buy in the same period, I know what I'd prefer...


Edited By: pibpob on Mar 15, 2011 17:14
#26
I guess it's possible you are just behind the times when it comes to bagless cleaners. The DC01 (which I once had) had a single cyclone and two disposable filters you had to replace about as often as bags on a normal cleaner - or it seemed that way! They have improved a huge amount since then. (BTW, I'm not talking just about Dyson here - I'm sure there are other bagless cleaners which are just as good.)
#27
I've had both bagged and bagless cleaners, including Dyson, both the original DC01 and the DC08, as well as a Bissell - they were all a pain to clean for reasons I've mentioned. The Meile I have doesn't have that issue, yes, the bags require replacing, but I'd rather do that than spend ages cleaning the filter systems of the aforementioned. Perhaps I'm not as **** retentive when it comes to vacuum knowledge as yourself, but I've determined my preference and am happy about such.

Not to mention the fact the Meile I got was around the £100 mark, a very capable cleaner for less than half the cost of a Dyson.
#28
I got a free 5 year warranty with my Meile vacuum cleaner, always thought that was standard on meile vacuum cleaners
#29
Bully
I got a free 5 year warranty with my Meile vacuum cleaner, always thought that was standard on meile vacuum cleaners


It is mate, but this is to extend them to 10 years for £30 - I did it with mine as it's a collect and return repair service including parts.
#30
moob
but I've determined my preference and am happy about such.
You mean you've determined your prejudice. I've already explained that modern bagless cleaners are completely different beasts from the ones you insist on comparing this to, but if it makes you feel better to live in the past then so be it - we'll agree to disagree.
1 Like #31
pibpob
moob
Why is that ironic?
Thought you might need it explaining. You sl_ag someone off for exaggerating the relevance of a single sample moments after spouting a ridiculous exaggeration about the maintenance needed for bagless cleaners.

Classic internet forum exchange.
* B attempts to damn A with alleged irony
* A resists B's allegation by refuting the existence of irony
* B attempts to make A look stupid because he can't see irony when it is right in front of him, even when it is his own.

In actual fact the one who looks stupid is B, because the irony in the original statement existed only in the world of Alanis Morrisette. Isn't that ironic?


Edited By: CoenFan on Mar 15, 2011 21:46
#32
...And then the classic forum exchange continues, by someone diving into the forum to write about "classic internet forum exchanges" whilst trying to appear to be above it all. Now what were you saying about irony? Oh of course, there is none, because it would reflect badly on you!
1 Like #33
pibpob
...And then the classic forum exchange continues, by someone diving into the forum to write about "classic internet forum exchanges" whilst trying to appear to be above it all. Now what were you saying about irony? Oh of course, there is none, because it would reflect badly on you!

Thought you might need it explaining. I'm not trying to appear above it all; I was just trying to find a humorous way of dissing you. I don't understand why you have such a problem with moob; he stated his opinion, to which he is entitled, and by the way backed it up with facts. If anyone has demonstrated prejudice in their comments it is you.

For what it is worth, my experience of Miele - I bought a washing machine 7 years ago, with a 10 year warranty, and it was so good that when we needed a dishwasher 5 years ago, we bought Miele again, this time with a 5 year warranty. Not a hint of trouble from either of them, I guess that's why they can afford to offer long term warranties free.

Also they still look great cosmetically, not a big deal I know but a 'nice to have'. The Samsung fridge we bought 5 years ago is covered in paint chips, by comparison.

By the way the reason we bought Miele in the first place was because my in laws have had theirs *25 YEARS* and it is still going strong.
#34
pibpob
moob
but I've determined my preference and am happy about such.
You mean you've determined your prejudice. I've already explained that modern bagless cleaners are completely different beasts from the ones you insist on comparing this to, but if it makes you feel better to live in the past then so be it - we'll agree to disagree.


So now I'm prejudiced against a vacuum cleaner? I've heard it all now... X)

Away and have a lie down mate.
#35
CoenFan
I don't understand why you have such a problem with moob; he stated his opinion, to which he is entitled, and by the way backed it up with facts. If anyone has demonstrated prejudice in their comments it is you.
I don't have a "problem with moob" - I have a problem with people, whoever they are, talking rubbish about things. In this case it was the amount of maintenance a bagless vacuum cleaner needs. What was factual about that? It was complete fiction, and I refuted it with fact!
#36
OK - Just to chuk my 2p worth in....

I have had 2 Dysons in the past - both upright ones. Both of them broke within a couple of years.

I have had a Meile for the last 6 yrs (cylinder bag one) and the only thing that's broke on it is the clip that stops the extending metal tube from going in/out (mind you Meile quoted me £80 to get it fixed, soa bit of insulation tape and a peg has 'repaired' it for now...!!)

I would say that my Meile is the best vacuum cleaner I've ever had, but that's just one man's opinion...
#37
Which models?
#38
pibpob
Which models?

Give it up now. You don't like Miele. Fine. Vote cold and then walk away.
#39
CoenFan
pibpob
Which models?

Give it up now. You don't like Miele. Fine. Vote cold and then walk away.

Why do you keep interfering? I am completely neutral about Miele, having no experience of the product; I have no reason to vote hot or cold. So, considering how you seem to get so many things wrong, will you stop bugging me and follow your own advice please?

Edited By: pibpob on Mar 17, 2011 22:50
#40
pibpob
Why do you keep interfering? I am completely neutral about Miele, having no experience of the product; I have no reason to vote hot or cold. So, considering how you seem to get so many things wrong, will you stop bugging me and follow your own advice please?
How exactly am I interfering, in a public forum. I have experience personally of 2 Miele products which came with warranties just like those offered in this thread. I am pleased with the products, which have given me no trouble, nevertheless I am also please with the warranties because although I have never had trouble with the products, the warranties gave me peace of mind.

On the other hand, you seem determined to wage war against Miele vacuums because they use bags; furthermore you seem determined to evangelise about the Dysons which are your vacuum of choice. If you are happy, guess what, we are happy for you. But if you have no reason to vote hot or cold against this deal, how come you are getting so worked up? Relax. Life's too short ;)

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