Hallf Price Miele Complete C2 Cat and Dog Power Line Bagged Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner, 4.5 Litre, 1200 W, Red £139.99 Amazon
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Hallf Price Miele Complete C2 Cat and Dog Power Line Bagged Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner, 4.5 Litre, 1200 W, Red £139.99 Amazon

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Found 14th Jul 2016
Miele Complete C2 Cat and Dog Power Line Bagged Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner, 4.5 Litre, 1200 W, Red

•Pet hairs are easy to tackle with the Turbobrush
•Common pet odours are dealt with thanks to the Active AirClean filter
•6 stage rotary dial makes selecting the right power setting for the job simple
•Clean more of your home with a generous 10m operating radius
•Tested for the equivalent of 20 years’ use

Probably one of the best vaccum cleaners out there, especially if you own any pets, and now just £139.99, the lowest price its ever been anywhere I believe!
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Lowest price its been at Amazon as confirmed by CamelCamelCamel...

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Edited by: "anthony69" 14th Jul 2016
I bought this about a week ago. It was £139.99 at amazon, got it for £132 using flubit. Great cleaner.
Great vacuum cleaner.. had one for a few years!! Don't need pets to enjoy the pleasure of the strong suction!!!
need to order bags straightaway or comes with one?
Edited by: "Ruffuz" 14th Jul 2016
Mine's getting delivered on Saturday.
Yippeeeeeeeeeeeee!
Miele are great vacuums also voted some of the best
how many times better than a dyson is this?
jimbob86

how many times better than a dyson is this?



If I did correct calculation, 3.234 times
jimbob86

how many times better than a dyson is this?


Found my Miele to be a lot better than my old dyson . I think dyson are vastly over rated.
This Bosch BGL4PETGB from John Lewis is £120. It is very good deal at a genuine half price and is also a Which Best Buy "Definitely. This is the best vacuum cleaner we have tested. ."
2 year JL warranty.
Edited by: "justinh" 14th Jul 2016
With miele, what is the difference between C1, C2, C3. They all look similar and each derivative has lots of submodels. Finding it a bit complicated...
co-op is also selling the C2 version for 119.00 + free delivery. However, there is no mention of it being the Cat &Dog version.

coopelectricalshop.co.uk/Mie…-BK
Bambie legs

Great vacuum cleaner.. had one for a few years!! Don't need pets to enjoy … Great vacuum cleaner.. had one for a few years!! Don't need pets to enjoy the pleasure of the strong suction!!!


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had one of these for a few years and it's pretty much indestructible....
just got mine today The Dyson is now sat solemnly out front waiting for the scrap heap
I've had mine for close to 20 years and it's as good now as the day we bought it. It replaced a broken Dyson DC02 (I booted it down the stairs, as I'd had enough of it!). Bagless vacs! I hate them, as the fine dust blows everywhere when you go to empty them! What a con-artist James Dyson was/is!
Great suction I found it very satisfying
or order this one from amazon which is twin power henry vaccum cleaner roughly same price great results with low noise and comes with bag.

amazon.co.uk/gp/…all
This ones cheaper and got a more powerful motor
ebay.co.uk/itm…456?hash=item41ae134810:g:JMwAAOSwwo1Xfo-z
It seems to be the C3 Complete Cat and Dog Powerline which has all the awards - Which Best Buy 2015 "best we have ever tested", Mumsnet Best 2015 etc

I don't think the C1 or the C2 are the real deal.
Wouldn't touch I dyson there overpriced crap
I thought the EU regs changed on hoover wattages?

blackster

I thought the EU regs changed on hoover wattages?


We don't need to worry about EU regs any more
Interesting. Although I've now seen the Bosch deal someone posted, and now the ebay deal. My head hurts.
we bought this recently to replace our dyson. its a great vacuum for the money and by far outperforms our dyson. only downside is that it is too powerful to move easily over our carpets on full power with the regular head on it.
youchoose

We don't need to worry about EU regs any more



We're still in the EU for at least 2 years and power doesn't necessarily equate to performance.
So this or the Bosch guys? Need a vacuum for the dog hair. Thanks. Anyone know prices on replacement bags?
hukd_addict

So this or the Bosch guys? Need a vacuum for the dog hair. Thanks. Anyone … So this or the Bosch guys? Need a vacuum for the dog hair. Thanks. Anyone know prices on replacement bags?



Don't know the prices but generic bags are always cheap on eBay or amazon
youchoose

Don't know the prices but generic bags are always cheap on eBay or amazon



I checked, both models are £2 average PER BAG what a joke. Should make these like tassimo coffee machines cheap to buy the machine then spend ££ on pods. I'll stick with my "crappy" days on instead!! £2 for a Hoover dust bag!!! I'd laugh but I'm too annoyed.
hukd_addict

I checked, both models are £2 average PER BAG what a joke. Should make … I checked, both models are £2 average PER BAG what a joke. Should make these like tassimo coffee machines cheap to buy the machine then spend ££ on pods. I'll stick with my "crappy" days on instead!! £2 for a Hoover dust bag!!! I'd laugh but I'm too annoyed.



This is my second Miele. I made the mistake of moving to a cheaper bagless vaccum and got sick to death of being covered in dust every time I attempted to empty it. The generic bags are fine and last an age in these hoovers. The Miele for me has simply been the best hoover I have ever owned just wish I hadn't wasted my money on something else in between replacing the old one ( which lasted for years).
anthony69

This is my second Miele. I made the mistake of moving to a cheaper … This is my second Miele. I made the mistake of moving to a cheaper bagless vaccum and got sick to death of being covered in dust every time I attempted to empty it. The generic bags are fine and last an age in these hoovers. The Miele for me has simply been the best hoover I have ever owned just wish I hadn't wasted my money on something else in between replacing the old one ( which lasted for years).



I agree it's no fun emptying a dyson I hold my breath actually you can catch some pretty nasty stuff off that dust. I want one of these hovers but I'm not buying one out of principle due to the cost of a freaking dust bag. 50p max imo
After reading the comments, checking the links, reading reviews - I finally decided on purchasing the Bosch that was linked to earlier. Outstanding review from Which? magazine in which they didn't find any faults (81%) compared to the Miele which was 70% and had issues with some vacuuming. Customer reviews on multiple sites confirmed these. Plus it's £20 cheaper, with a guaranteed 2 year warranty. Cheers for the links, people.
SamuraiHQ

After reading the comments, checking the links, reading reviews - I … After reading the comments, checking the links, reading reviews - I finally decided on purchasing the Bosch that was linked to earlier. Outstanding review from Which? magazine in which they didn't find any faults (81%) compared to the Miele which was 70% and had issues with some vacuuming. Customer reviews on multiple sites confirmed these. Plus it's £20 cheaper, with a guaranteed 2 year warranty. Cheers for the links, people.



​Picked my Bosch up today, it seems really really good for the money.
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