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A decent price for a great vacuum cleaner. It's also worth noting that miele do an optional 10yr warranty on their vacuums for only £30 (see their website for the warranty offer).

Oh yes, also 4% quidco available too.
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#1
Great vacuums, very quiet.
2 Likes #2
Better than dyson heat added.
#3
Also available at Debenhams in bright turquoise colour, same price and specs. Bought one to replace my old Miele cyclinder which has been superb for 15 years.
#4
Very good price for a Miele, had one for years, still going strong or else I would have gone for this, don't forget quidco gives you extra 4% cashback off price
#5
Miele vacuums are the best. My older one now servers in the garage and for DIY. It's still going strong after maybe 20 years.
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#6
quality vacuum. :)
#7
Probably the only Miele item most households could afford! Good kit but most of it is a ludicrous price.
#8
Very nice price indeed. Wish their washing machines were this price :)
#9
Is there anything as good as a miele but bagless? (and reasonably priced)

Dyson used to clog up, but finding that changing the miele bag is a pain (and pricey).
#10
v.interested but not sure with it needing bags, how expensive and/or easy are the dust bags to come by <3
#11
Very good price, just want to add how great miele vaccums are - would definitey recommend. I have the S5 series which cost me about double this and the ten year warranty for an extra £30 is worth getting - i have had to use it (kids broke something) no questions asked, part sent out and received within a few days.
#12
SumoWrestler444
Is there anything as good as a miele but bagless? (and reasonably priced)

Dyson used to clog up, but finding that changing the miele bag is a pain (and pricey).



Agree the bag prices are a joke.... For some vacuums you can get a cloth bag, made by an after market company, it replaces the paper ones, we have this for one of ours, dont know if they do one for this model.
#13
Good quality vacuums but expensive to run and suction not great when bag gets near full.
#14
I can vouch for Miele too, our is still going strong 16 years later. Bags can be expensive but you don't have to go for originals, good quality alternatives are available a lot cheaper. Let Google be your friend.
#15
How much are normal bags for cheaper vacuums in comparison to Miele?
#16
Is this particular miele any good though? Because certain brands often do low end budget versions also, and can anyone point me in the direction or a good, bargain of a carpet washer, I've been looking for ages and come up short.
Thanks Tu
#17
I've had a miele for 26 years and its been fine so I don't know if the extra warranty is worth it. Got to agree with some comments though, that it loses suction when the bags half full.
#18
Our Dyson is 14years old, and we keep having to replace parts where the plastic seems to be perishing and cracking. Perhaps now is the time to replace.

If I get a Miele, can anyone advise - will it be as effective as the upright Dyson is for picking up dog fluff?
#19
Great reviews.....
#20
http://www.dustbag.co.uk/?type=&i=Search+Results&s=miele&p=2&gclid=CODuoLPRr6YCFc0e4QodcjrpaQ
for cheap bags... have used before, and do a good job

I have both Dyson (upright) and Miele. Both are good in different ways... Dyson for raw power and no loss of suction. Miele for build quality, durability and low noise.
#21
Anyone have any codes to go with this? Is this the best vacuum I'm going to get for the money right now..Or is there better in this price range?
#22
What makes a pet vacuum a pet vacuum just out of interest? Because I too have a dog, and wondered will this be suitable?
#23
Miele vacuum cleaners are very good. However, our first one lasted about 15 years. Which isn't too bad but not when taking into consideration that the very first vacuum cleaner that we ever bought which was 21 years ago and is a cheapo Hitachi bagless is still going strong and unlike the Miele has always been used for all the nasty jobs like vaccing the car and after decorating.
#24
Spinning brush head (turbo brush) and good filters are usually features of a pet vacuum. I bought a larger model with said features over the pet model available as it was a little smaller.

We only replace our bags a couple of times a year, the rest of the time we just empty the content in to the bin. It's messy and very dusty so avoid if you suffer from allergies. The bags we get are cloth so can withstand a lot of abuse.
#25
Got one of these a month ago - it's excellent. Only prob is that the dust bag is approx the size of a baby's sock (I'm exaggerating, but only a bit). It fiills up quickly, but on the plus side is nice small size for our little house...
#26
Good price for an excellent vacuum cleaner
1 Like #27
badgerman2
Our Dyson is 14years old, and we keep having to replace parts where the plastic seems to be perishing and cracking. Perhaps now is the time to replace. If I get a Miele, can anyone advise - will it be as effective as the upright Dyson is for picking up dog fluff?

In short yes; they also do a specific dog and cat cylinder machine and an upright. Sebo are very good vacuums too
#28
badgerman2
Our Dyson is 14years old, and we keep having to replace parts where the plastic seems to be perishing and cracking. Perhaps now is the time to replace.

If I get a Miele, can anyone advise - will it be as effective as the upright Dyson is for picking up dog fluff?


i have a border collie at home and can honestly say the miele is second to none at dealing with pet hair , you can also get a turbo brush which is superb for furniture and stairs etc .
highly recommended !!
#29
Tumello
What makes a pet vacuum a pet vacuum just out of interest? Because I too have a dog, and wondered will this be suitable?

I wouldn't buy this vacuum If you have pets.

Get the Miele cat and dog

We've had this same machine for 6 years and it does not have the rotating brush

Excellent suction but struggles on long hair and deeper pile carpets



Edited By: Yiddo4life on Jan 10, 2011 18:07
#30
My carpet is quite shallow, and pet is rather short haired, so should be okay for me right? I currently have an approximately 20 year old henry, that is still going strong, but parts have gone missing, and its a little battered..Is this a worthy upgrade on my henry?
#31
You used to be able to sign up for extended warranty with Miele, and they sent a box of bags.
I still have a massive box in the loft full of bags, about 20% of the way through, and that was 2 years ago.
Amazing hoover. Great suction, very serviceable. Great for getting awkward hair up.
Which rate 3 hoovers. Best upright = Seebo. Best draggable, Miele. And Bosch gets good scores.


Edited By: hwangeruk on Jan 10, 2011 23:06
1 Like #32
Tumello
My carpet is quite shallow, and pet is rather short haired, so should be okay for me right? I currently have an approximately 20 year old henry, that is still going strong, but parts have gone missing, and its a little battered..Is this a worthy upgrade on my henry?


Miele vs Henry, I'd have to say they are better in slightly different areas. Both are quite quiet, miele is more powerful, Henry is more robust and can be abused more, diy cleaning up etc. Neither of them are as effective as uprights with proper motorised brushes for cleaning carpets. Personally I prefer the Henry of the two. It doesn't feel right dragging a miele across a garden to vaccum out the car, this sort of thing you can do with a henry without a second thought. I think where the miele really scores against many other brands is how little dust gets back into the air. Many vacuums allow more particles of dust to escape through vents etc back into the room.

The one thing I would say about Mieles though is their reliability is not over-rated but their performance is because vacuums with bags always have reduced suction as the bag fills. Someone with a Dyson can empty his vacuum at any time and brush off a filter to restore full power. I've got one bagged vacuum a nilfisk, its super quiet and more powerful than some miele models but I wouldn't even dare to compare it to a Dyson in power terms especially when the bag is two thirds full. I might fight back with digs at the Dyson's poor relliability record though.
#33
Another argument could be is that for the sake of performance, convenience, expense and the planet bagless is the way to go.
#34
Was thinking about buying this when it was on offer @ £129 but now it's gone down further how can I refuse.

Thanks to the OP for the post - voted HOT
#35
bonzobanana
Miele vs Henry, I'd have to say they are better in slightly different areas. Both are quite quiet, miele is more powerful, Henry is more robust and can be abused more, diy cleaning up etc. Neither of them are as effective as uprights with proper motorised brushes for cleaning carpets. Personally I prefer the Henry of the two. It doesn't feel right dragging a miele across a garden to vaccum out the car, this sort of thing you can do with a henry without a second thought. I think where the miele really scores against many other brands is how little dust gets back into the air. Many vacuums allow more particles of dust to escape through vents etc back into the room.

The one thing I would say about Mieles though is their reliability is not over-rated but their performance is because vacuums with bags always have reduced suction as the bag fills. Someone with a Dyson can empty his vacuum at any time and brush off a filter to restore full power. I've got one bagged vacuum a nilfisk, its super quiet and more powerful than some miele models but I wouldn't even dare to compare it to a Dyson in power terms especially when the bag is two thirds full. I might fight back with digs at the Dyson's poor relliability record though.


Now that is an excellent post - considered, succinct and informative. Thanks.

Edited By: badgerman2 on Jan 11, 2011 10:19
#36
bot one, heat added. Thanks
#37
Yes excellent reply, cheers bonzo! Think I'll buy the miele and keep the henry for outside etc It just struggles too much to pick up the embedded pet hairs
#38
SumoWrestler444
Is there anything as good as a miele but bagless? (and reasonably priced)

Dyson used to clog up, but finding that changing the miele bag is a pain (and pricey).


Bosch BGS6235GB or similar models.

Extremely quiet, very solid and well made, and (very unusually) no bags or filters to replace. John Lewis were selling the 6235 for £149.95 inside the last few days, but they've sold out now. 6220 on Amazon currently for around £160, or £143 from Less4U.
#39
Better than Dysons
#40
Only 3 of the green in stock now

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