Miele S381 Vacuum Cleaner 1800W ; Debenhams; Reduced to £89.10 with 10% voucher (plus possible 5% Quidco too making it £84.65) - HotUKDeals
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Miele S381 Vacuum Cleaner 1800W ; Debenhams; Reduced to £89.10 with 10% voucher (plus possible 5% Quidco too making it £84.65)

£89.10 @ Debenhams
Supposidly reduced from £149 but Which? had this as their Best Buy in April showing as £100 and saw one on Ebay for £109. Still a good Vacuum cleaner for the price. Use PEBP for 10% off (code expire… Read More
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Supposidly reduced from £149 but Which? had this as their Best Buy in April showing as £100 and saw one on Ebay for £109. Still a good Vacuum cleaner for the price.
Use PEBP for 10% off (code expires 22nd August) and don't forget Quidco for another 5% off as well as Free delivery code SHD1
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#2
I have this cleaner - £90 at Currys a few months ago. It is usually around £130-150 so this is a decent reduction.

It is the best cleaner we have had. Really solid and well-made, suction is fantastic. Better than our old Dyson. Also, when you ring to register the warranty you can get the 2 year warranty extended to 10 years for £30. A few weeks after a free pack of bags arrived in the post too.

We had given up on expensive cleaners but after having an Argos Samsung (£60, supposedly half-price) that was pretty poor and was sent away for weeks to be fixed, we decided to follow a friends recommendation and get a Miele. I guess the real test will be how long it lasts, but so far we are impressed with it.
#3
Good deal - heard good things about these
Shall I buy or wait for a Dyson hmmmm?????
#4
No beater bar mentioned in the description, I take it this has an unpowered head?
#5
robovski
No beater bar mentioned in the description, I take it this has an unpowered head?


Yes this is the one without Turbo Brush; I have a Cat & Dog Miele with Turbo Brush; not worth the hassle constantly gets clogged up with hair
#6
Is this an old model?
Cant find it on the Miele website - wondering if its end of line stock or something
#7
can vouch for these miele vacuum cleaners, bought 4/5 cheapos prior to this all broke down pretty quick, miele had it for nearly 2 yrs still going strong, i paid nearly £130, still well worth it
#8
ordered one thanks as very good reviews and the brand name is very good and reliable. also got 5% through quidco tracked straight away. Was about to order a henry vacuum before I saw this on here! cheers.
#9
Miele was on WHICH magazine reviews a while back and was given a higher review than the Dyson...which is what I use but now want a Miele however the only downside I see is the use of dustbags which over the past few years I had not done with the Dyson...
#10
Dont bother with Dyson glutten for punishment I have had 3 and all ended up at the tip!!!!
Saw this on offeroftheday last week and ordered one :)
#11
There is no comparison to a Dyson ! This Miele will still be working in 10 years time. The Dyson will be in the local tip with all the hundreds of other Dysons that are down there.
I have Miele vacuum cleaner for the garage and Miele washing machine and Dishwasher in the house and had no problem with them and they all get well used and are over 10 years old now.
#12
We have one of these and TBH although the build is very good they work OK but not great.

The suction makes the head "stick" to the carpet so they are hard work (DON'T buy if you have a weak back) BUT the lack of a beater bar means they don't pick up pet hair or threads too well.

Quite small (expensive) bags too.
#13
Just a note of warning - I bought a Miele brand new from Comet and within 2 years you couldn't get the replacement bags anywhere not even Miele direct.
#14
My Dyson has been going strong for 4 years. Fantastic hoover. And they also come with 5 year warranties as standard now. The newer models are better too, maybe earlier on they had problems with reliability.

I've never used a Miele, but have always been put off by the size and the cost of the bags. Make sure you factor the cost of bags over 10 years into the overall cost. The Dyson is a big money saver during things like building work going inside the home, as there's a ton of dust and rubble that it will pick up without costing you a penny in bags.

Worth thinking about.
#15
rofldinho
My Dyson has been going strong for 4 years. Fantastic hoover. And they also come with 5 year warranties as standard now. The newer models are better too, maybe earlier on they had problems with reliability.

I've never used a Miele, but have always been put off by the size and the cost of the bags. Make sure you factor the cost of bags over 10 years into the overall cost. The Dyson is a big money saver during things like building work going inside the home, as there's a ton of dust and rubble that it will pick up without costing you a penny in bags.

Worth thinking about.


Thats the consumer view point and really masks actually how bad a Dyson is. Comparing a Dyson to Miele is laughable for those that do know.

The reason why Dysons come with a 5 year warranty is to mask the fact at how bad they are and to keep Dyson engineers on the road busy and stop the quality issues getting out. The old models are better quality actaully thats why you only got a 2 year warranty with them.

Dyson Budget:
Dyson Innovative Design 40%
Dyson Hype.. opps sorry Marketing 50%
Dyson Customer Services 9%
Dyson build quality & component quality 1%

I sell loads of Dysons and Miele's and get zero problems wih Miele's and I would say half the Dysons come back with a problem in the first year and you just send people straight to the Dyson Helpline.

ive been to a few Dyson vacuum launches and they are getting very stale now even their marketing people are stuggling now to come up with idea's.

Id have a Miele anyday over a Dyson, this model is bottom of the range and end of line only got 2 left myself.

If you match a Dyson to a similarly priced Miele, which you cant do this this model actually then the Miele floors Dyson and finishes it off with a killer punch.
#16
MINCER
Just a note of warning - I bought a Miele brand new from Comet and within 2 years you couldn't get the replacement bags anywhere not even Miele direct.


Miele supply bags for life time for all their vacuums what was the model, I sell genuine bags for machines 25 years and old still, what letter was the bag F/G/H/J/K/M/N I can get you some easy.
#17
OK, so in summary this is an entry level, end of line Miele with basic tools and small bags that appears to be at a good price relative to its usual, non-end of line price.

(just a consumer point of view that I believe is valid because I have one and have used it - I haven't sold any though...).
#18
"Dyson customer services 9%".

You have a problem, you phone them up, they come to your house and fix it for free (for 5 years) or refurb it for a fixed £60 thereafter with a new warranty.

If that level of service costs 9% of their revenues they must be reliable.....

Where are your figures from (thin air, I suspect)?
#19
Can't go wrong with a Miele, just realised we've had ours for 15 yep FIFTEEN years and still going strong. Seemed expensive at the time but well worth it in the end.
#20
just looked on amazon bags £7.24 for 4 PLUS £3 DELIVERY
#21
Any Miele vacuum under £100 is very hot. They suck like nothing else can.
#22
MINCER
Just a note of warning - I bought a Miele brand new from Comet and within 2 years you couldn't get the replacement bags anywhere not even Miele direct.


John Lewis has them - in store and online:
http://www.johnlewis.com/230519339/Product.aspx

My Miele vacuum (yellow) is going strong after 6 years' use in my flat and I recently bought this red one to go in my new cottage.
#23
Shop around, peeps.

My Hoover died this morning after 7 yrs. I took the usual trip around Comet, Currys etc ... and ended up on Ebay. Bought a new bagless Hoover upright, HEPA washable filter etc for £21 & £11p&p from a Powerseller.

Good price for this one though, might have taken a punt myself but a bit skint this month :-(
#24
Cracking deal.

The Miele FJM bags last a surprisingly long time, the capacity is not much different to a Dyson canister..about 3.5 litres IIRC.

Miles better than practically any other vacuum..even Kirby.

I thought the performance on carpet wouldn't be great with a powered head and I was proved wrong by the incredible suction power.
#25
Youtube Dyson versus Miele .
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXA0N0V2uOQ

My Miele i have in the garage i just staple the bag back up after i have emptied it .I always make sure the filter is cleaned out .
#26
I have had a Miele Cat and Dog TT for 8 years now, and it has taken a hammering and is still going strong, I would not use the cheap bags made out of paper you get off ebay, but you can buy some cheap cloth ones for about half the Miele price. My Mum has had a Dyson and has had no end of trouble seems to be cheap and nasty rubbish which has an over inflated price.
#27
Good info. I have decided against it now. I was sooooo tempted!
#28
I sold my Miele on ebay - less than 10 months old and bought a dyson instead. Bags were expensive and needed changing regularly if the suction was to be maintained. I was really disappointed with it.
#29
hot here
#30
I won one of these a few years ago in a raffle.

The bags can be quite expensive, but you can get third party ones cheaply if your buying in bulk (these come with the filters). The bags are quite small and fill quickly.

The vacuum itself sucks fantastically when the bag is replaced, but you notice a gradual loss of suction within a few uses of the vac.

To be fair the vac itself is built really well, and will out live most vacuum cleaners. I'd love the machine if it was bagless. I'd like to buy a Dyson, because my parents is great, never loses suction and coming up to nearly 9years old, but whilst my Miele keeps going I won't be buying one. Might be a while yet.

Not entirely sure that this is such a good deal though. When I won mine I checked the prices on pricerunner and this seemed to be the going rate at the time.
#31
Received delivery Saturday morning having only ordered Thursday night; Very impressed with quick delivery; Actually turns out to be an S381 not S380 as quoted on debenhams website picture; edited post accordingly
#32
Ya can't beat a Bissell Lift-Off Bagless http://www.bisselldirect.co.uk/product/1026

Had ours for approx 2 years, was a recon, has performed impeccably.
#33
Cheapestskate
"Dyson customer services 9%".

You have a problem, you phone them up, they come to your house and fix it for free (for 5 years) or refurb it for a fixed £60 thereafter with a new warranty.

If that level of service costs 9% of their revenues they must be reliable.....

Where are your figures from (thin air, I suspect)?


LOL not out of thin are its off the record from a Dyson Marketing Senior at the DC15 launch.

Why dont Miele offer that kind of service then ?, reason they dont need to because the machines are much better quality and value, you wont have to ring them up because you wont be having any problems with their machines.

The Dyson customer service level is there to Police state their level of failure's

Seriously no other OEM would even put 3% into customer services of cost into customer services, Dysons isnt there for you benefit.

It's that fantastic tool of Marketing, blinker the consumer into thinking they are actually getting better value.
1 Like #34
simate
Ya can't beat a Bissell Lift-Off Bagless http://www.bisselldirect.co.uk/product/1026

Had ours for approx 2 years, was a recon, has performed impeccably.


I went to the launch of this and it didnt work it got blocked up and dust was coming out from every where at the presentation, big disaster, lots of Red Bissell faces that day.

Sorry to say in comparison its a pretty poor vacuum, even the Dyson floors this one.

Im not trying to put down everyone vacuum or their choice, hell I sell loads and loads of Dyson more than Miele's but a lot of it is based on the Marketing of the vacuum, in the trade were we can see and use the appliances and compare them, we know whats the best and Dyson is by a long way not it.

The best are the Germans, no body makes vacuums better Miele/Sebo/Karcher vacuums are the bee knee's

Electrolux - Made in China now
Hoover - Made in China now
Vax - Made in China now
Every other OEM - Made in China now

There are 10 vacuums on the market at the moment with different brand names and designs but they are literally all the same vacuum made in the same factory in china , dirt devils, morphy richards, vax, russell hobbs, bush, jcb its the same machine.
#35
Kankan101
I went to the launch of this and it didnt work it got blocked up and dust was coming out from every where at the presentation, big disaster, lots of Red Bissell faces that day.

Sorry to say in comparison its a pretty poor vacuum, even the Dyson floors this one.

Im not trying to put down everyone vacuum or their choice, hell I sell loads and loads of Dyson more than Miele's but a lot of it is based on the Marketing of the vacuum, in the trade were we can see and use the appliances and compare them, we know whats the best and Dyson is by a long way not it.

The best are the Germans, no body makes vacuums better Miele/Sebo/Karcher vacuums are the bee knee's

Electrolux - Made in China now
Hoover - Made in China now
Vax - Made in China now
Every other OEM - Made in China now

There are 10 vacuums on the market at the moment with different brand names and designs but they are literally all the same vacuum made in the same factory in china , dirt devils, morphy richards, vax, russell hobbs, bush, jcb its the same machine.


Thanks for the info rep given, would you recommend buying this Meile then or would advise spending the extra on a current model? Cheers
#36
any codes still working for this? all 4 seem to have expired now. thanks.
#37
sorry free delivery codes do work but not 10% ones
#38
ok went for it - seems a good deal - please note quidco, etc is 4% not 5
#39
This is £79.20 with the following codes PW4P (only until midnight tonight) and the SHD1 free delivery code. And don't forget quidco!
#40
Out of stock now

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