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Miele Complete C2 Powerline Bagged Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner £116.10 with code @ AO

£116.10 @ ao.com
10% off code : MIELE10 For efficient floorcare, this black Miele cylinder vacuum cleaner is ideal. It uses bags for mess-free emptying, so dust won’t escape into the air. The upholstery tool cleans… Read More
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10% off code : MIELE10

For efficient floorcare, this black Miele cylinder vacuum cleaner is ideal. It uses bags for mess-free emptying, so dust won’t escape into the air. The upholstery tool cleans sofas and furnishings too, offering protective care at the same time. After you’ve vacuumed, the AirClean Plus filter traps the smallest dust particles – helping to keep the air fresh. This vacuum also gives great results on both hard floors and carpets – perfect for cleaning from room to room. It’s also been tested for the equivalent of 20 years’ use, so you know it’s built to last.
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#1
Better than the Groupon deal earlier but I still say it sounds like dogfood. I'm not sure I would want to buy a vacuum with 20 years use though. Going back to bags would be a no no for me also. So you need to factor in £39.99 for 16 bags. I can't comment on how long the bags last. I assume they are single use so if you have a woodburner or young children one a week maybe?




Edited By: nougat on Feb 20, 2017 20:11: bags
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nougat
Better than the Groupon deal earlier but I still say it sounds like dogfood. I'm not sure I would want to buy a vacuum with 20 years use though. Going back to bags would be a no no for me also. So you need to factor in £39.99 for 16 bags. I can't comment on how long the bags last. I assume they are single use so if you have a woodburner or young children one a week maybe?





I have to older version without the EU wattage limit. It's got bags but I'd not swap it for a Dyson. This is far superior with less headaches with parts as unlike Dyson it doesn't breakdown every so often.

The bags are very hygienic & the air expelled from the machine improves the air in the room (minus the dust particles).
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Would have purchased a Miele vacuum myself, except other half doesn't like the way the hose on cylinder vacuums lie around in a mess and untidy :-/
#4
If you pick up something sharp on a bagged vacuum cleaner does it not puncture the bag and then there is a proper mess going on inside the cleaner. Unless of course they use a cloth bag but every single cleaner I have had with a bag I find they puncture quite easy. Whilst people may knock Dysons I have had two. I bought the first model, DC01 and then a DC07. Whilst they are not perfect and the hoses break they are easily stripped down, parts are relatively cheap and readily available and when I needed a new hose after it split after 3 years use they sent me one straight away. I also have a cheaper Vax and bought a Shark last year. I am sorry but cyclonic with HEPA filters compared to a paper bag cleaner is a no brainer for me and they stand nice and neatly in my under-stairs cupboard.
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Smartguy1
If you pick up something sharp on a bagged vacuum cleaner does it not puncture the bag and then there is a proper mess going on inside the cleaner. Unless of course they use a cloth bag but every single cleaner I have had with a bag I find they puncture quite easy. Whilst people may knock Dysons I have had two. I bought the first model, DC01 and then a DC07. Whilst they are not perfect and the hoses break they are easily stripped down, parts are relatively cheap and readily available and when I needed a new hose after it split after 3 years use they sent me one straight away. I also have a cheaper Vax and bought a Shark last year. I am sorry but cyclonic with HEPA filters compared to a paper bag cleaner is a no brainer for me and they stand nice and neatly in my under-stairs cupboard.

Conversely, I came here looking for deals on Miele because I can't wait for my current Dyson to die. Just waiting for a replacement Hepa filter (which strictly speaking isn't a consumable item) to see if that fixes the latest issue. I'm secretly hoping that it doesn't fix it so I can get rid of the PITA machine and replace it with a Miele. I've had Dyson for my last 3 vacuum cleaners and have finally learnt my lesson!
I guess they're ok if you like tinkering and cleaning them and replacing parts regularly, but if you want a machine that works, hassle-free, I'd not go near a Dyson ever again. As for the price of them...
#6
I did say Dysons are not perfect. Hepa filter is easily available for mine, not sure what model you have. There were some models which were not so good but overall the basic ones which i have had have done well. Vax and Shark both have different things to offer compared to Dyson. Some are better and some are not. The whole point of my post was really the cyclonic feature brought to the vacuum world by James Dyson compared to a bagged vacuum which splits. I have another hoover which I used for the garage, it's an old Aquavac made by Goblin. The paper bags are as much use as a chocolate fire guard however after hours of searching I managed to find some micro fibre bags which are made from some sort of polyester. They work a treat and don't puncture when you suck up a bit of rubble, plasterboard bits or the odd stone etc.

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