Miele S2110 Chili Red Bagged Cylinder Cleaner £119.99 @ Argos, was £149.99 - HotUKDeals
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Was going to buy a Henry today but spotted this in Argos so thought it looked like a better buy. Slightly more expensive than a Henry but Miele are probably the best vacuum manufacturer around.

Got it back to the house and was very impressed with the performance and how quiet it is.
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I've got a Miele cylinder, had it a few years now, it's good but the price of the bags reduces me to pulling out cat fur from the bag through the little hole with sugar tongs to get some more life out of them. £9.99 for 4 unless you get lucky in the market.
#2
Agree on the cost of the bags, though you can get FJM type from Amazon for 8.29. Very good vacuums otherwise, they do a great job and last years and years.
#3
pjk
Agree on the cost of the bags, though you can get FJM type from Amazon for 8.29. Very good vacuums otherwise, they do a great job and last years and years.

Thanks, I don't know why I never thought of that - loads cheaper :)
#4
Co-op Electrical are selling it for £144.99 (free delivery). Heat given tho as we ave this and it is very good.
#5
Miele are pretty much best at whatever they do.
#6
Vacuum cleaner threads seem quite civilised lol. There doesn't appear to be any Dyson versus Miele style animosity that you get in console threads e.g. PS3 versus 360. It could all go downhill from here though.
#7
Generally a good brand for vacuums but this model is underpowered and not good enough for carpet. You need to pay a bit more to get a good miele.

You can get a Miele S5211 here for £149 delivered.

http://www.ogormans.co.uk/miele.htm

They also do the same model as this deal for £10 less. I wouldn't recommend this model though as the 1600 watt motor isn't very good. The 600 watts difference in power makes it much better for carpets and its variable so you can still reduce power for easier surfaces.
#8
fishmaster
Vacuum cleaner threads seem quite civilised lol.

Forget Dyson, I'm just waiting for the Henry fans to wake up...
banned#9
You can't beat a Henry.............
#10
I empty the bags out by opening the bottom of the bag and stapling the bag back up.Can do that about 3 times on 1 bag. I use mine just for the garage and cars.
Had my Miele for 15 years and still works great.
#11
I have a cat & dog cylinder Miele & buy the annual insurance, can't remember how much but under £30, and they send a years supply of bags (12) each time I renew. Only need to change the bag about every 3 months as no longer have animals, so have a massive stock of bags! And peace of mind if my miele breaks down. Which it won't as they seem to go on forever!
#12
We got a Miele for a wedding gift from john lewis......... after 18 months the motor packed in.

A replacement was more than the hoover cost. Wont touch this brand again :( Shame
#13
Top Vacuum cleaner - have got the Miele Cat n Dog. Did have Henry and Dyson previously - not a patch on the Miele.

Paid £30 for a 10 year guarantee.

Yes the bags are expensive but it is small price to pay for a vacuum that makes life so much easier and brings carpets back to new!
#14
great vacuum; just had mine serviced by Miele after 8 years which includes replacing any faulty parts. You can but bags cheaper off ebay and they last a fair while

Miele is a fantastic make
#15
I got a refurbed version of this on ebay for £30 (ish). It's a tremendous cleaner, and worth the money - £120 - IMO. I wouldn't buy any other now.
#16
fishmaster
Vacuum cleaner threads seem quite civilised lol. There doesn't appear to be any Dyson versus Miele style animosity that you get in console threads e.g. PS3 versus 360. It could all go downhill from here though.


I agree, consumer choice is heaven to the buyer. Alternative options and range of choices means more chance of a need being satisfied. All those "this one is the best and the second best is crap" statement is anti-choice. I love those comments on this forum where additional similar choices are given by the commentators especially those which offer pros and cons constructively. Moreover when they highlight which features are worth the extra money or features which are just a gimmick and seldom of use.
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Cheaper at 3 places listed below - checked delivery with Hughes which is free the product is £105

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#18
If you buy one of these, or any Miele, just get the extended warranty.
I paid about 30 quid I think, and they send you a massive box of spare filters. I am barely into the second box 18 months later. And I had 3 years of warranty, that I doubt I will need as the model I have is built like a tank. Brilliant hoovers. Uprights, the best are Siebo, draggables like this Bosch and Miele. Read the interwebs, get wise, get the Miele ;)

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