Miele Bagged Cylinder S700 £119 Delivered @ Makro Online
536°Expired

Miele Bagged Cylinder S700 £119 Delivered @ Makro Online

52
Found 7th Apr 2013
Not sure if its instore but you can get the Miele S700 for £119 delivered from Makro Online.

Great price seeing as it normally goes for £150+ and brilliant reviews on amazon. But then again it is Miele so quality for £119.

52 Comments

Very good vacuum cleaners. Low noise.

How many bags does it use a year, as you'd have to factor that in in comparison to rival bag-less hoovers over the life of a hoover (say 5 years).

I'm not saying a dyson is better, but although more expensive, needs no bags, has a five year warranty and any idiot can fix them and service them.

I love my Miele hoover, I get through two bags a year, just get them cheap off eBay/Amazon. I think I paid £20 or £30 extra for a 10 year guarantee too.

We have one. these are excellent and totally worth the money.

A well known baggless vacuum does loose suction. It may have no bag to clogg, but it does have filters that do clogg, and reduce the air flow. Having a bag that's easy to change is a lot easier than trying to get to fairly inaccessible filters.

We have one of the 6000 range and although it's superior to a Dyson it loses suction regularly. The HEPA filter pops out repeatedly which makes the suction less effective. I don't know if this model is the same but the popping out thing is a known issue with the 6000.
I would rather have a Miele than a Dyson but I'd also suggest looking into reviews carefully before buying.

As for bags - the 6000 bags are small and we go through one every month minimum. We have three pets though.

Our miele cylinder is 20 years old, and still going strong. Change the filters regularly and don't abuse it and I reckon it'll last 20 more

knealefaragher

I love my Miele hoover, I get through two bags a year, just get them … I love my Miele hoover, I get through two bags a year, just get them cheap off eBay/Amazon. I think I paid £20 or £30 extra for a 10 year guarantee too.



That seems amazing, every two days I have to empty my dyson when it's full and I have no pets.

Unlike other Miele vacuums this one is made in Chine so I would personally avoid, get the Miele S6220 instead.

Dyson and Miele are premium products but there has been some improvement in other brands that are trying to catch up with Dyson which has been a runaway success. If you are a frequent vacuumer bagged cleaners may cost you a lot more to run. If you have a lot of carpet especially deep carpet a upright model is strongly recommended. Compare models by air watts as some vacuums can be surprisingly weak. Remember bagged vacuums have a huge loss of suction as the bag approaches being full. Bagged vacuums are likely to be much more effective when it comes to allergies and reducing fine dust.

Sadly Miele quality isn't what it used to be. Some of their upright models have known reliability issues. Sebo is probably the better german vacuum brand nowadays especially with regard an upright model.

Out of bloody stock. I was about to order one

circuit

We have one of the 6000 range and although it's superior to a Dyson it … We have one of the 6000 range and although it's superior to a Dyson it loses suction regularly. The HEPA filter pops out repeatedly which makes the suction less effective. I don't know if this model is the same but the popping out thing is a known issue with the 6000. I would rather have a Miele than a Dyson but I'd also suggest looking into reviews carefully before buying. As for bags - the 6000 bags are small and we go through one every month minimum. We have three pets though.



If it's covered by warranty still get them to fix it.

Mine had a similar problem, fixed under warranty. Received box from Miele on Monday, Sent vacuum cleaner to them Monday. Got it back Wednesday morning!

Their service is top notch.

Joggler

Unlike other Miele vacuums this one is made in Chine so I would … Unlike other Miele vacuums this one is made in Chine so I would personally avoid, get the Miele S6220 instead.



That is a very important point, get the Made in Germany models. Just my opinion.

Joggler

Unlike other Miele vacuums this one is made in Chine so I would … Unlike other Miele vacuums this one is made in Chine so I would personally avoid, get the Miele S6220 instead.



That's £50 more expensive!


circuit

We have one of the 6000 range and although it's superior to a Dyson it … We have one of the 6000 range and although it's superior to a Dyson it loses suction regularly. The HEPA filter pops out repeatedly which makes the suction less effective. I don't know if this model is the same but the popping out thing is a known issue with the 6000. I would rather have a Miele than a Dyson but I'd also suggest looking into reviews carefully before buying. As for bags - the 6000 bags are small and we go through one every month minimum. We have three pets though.



As you say it's a different range so I'm not sure what's the relevance of your post!

Does anyone have an informed opinion on whether or not the more expensive S6220 is worth the extra money? It's difficult to find a detailed comparison of the various Miele models online and this does seem like a cracking deal.

Original Poster

Qasim7

Out of bloody stock. I was about to order one



Can probably get it instore if you have a Makro card.

Unfortunately I do not have a makro card.

It's now back in stock

Original Poster

Qasim7

Unfortunately I do not have a makro card.



Back in stock!

renderman

How many bags does it use a year, as you'd have to factor that in in … How many bags does it use a year, as you'd have to factor that in in comparison to rival bag-less hoovers over the life of a hoover (say 5 years).I'm not saying a dyson is better, but although more expensive, needs no bags, has a five year warranty and any idiot can fix them and service them.



Dysons are very noisy and less reliable than Miele.

mccririck

Dysons are very noisy and less reliable than Miele.



They're not all good. Some of the uprights have known issues and are quite unreliable.

amazon.co.uk/Bag…s=1

Plus you have the extra running costs of bags etc.

The cyclinder models are more reliable but some of those have quite light thin plastic now.

Miele moved production from Germany for some models to Czech republic and Romania and now some are made in China.

Most of the models have major components sourced from China.

Miele I'm sure are still more reliable on average but its not like every model they do is worth buying. Some are much better than others.



bonzobanana

They're not all good. Some of the uprights have known issues and are … They're not all good. Some of the uprights have known issues and are quite unreliable.http://www.amazon.co.uk/Bagged-Upright-Vacuum-Cleaner-Obsidian/product-reviews/B004N031Y0/ref=sr_1_26_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1Plus you have the extra running costs of bags etc.The cyclinder models are more reliable but some of those have quite light thin plastic now.Miele moved production from Germany for some models to Czech republic and Romania and now some are made in China.Most of the models have major components sourced from China.Miele I'm sure are still more reliable on average but its not like every model they do is worth buying. Some are much better than others.



They're still the best, along with Sebo.

palaash78

another good alternative … another good alternative ...http://www.johnlewis.com/miele-s6220-cat-dog-cylinder-vacuum-cleaner-tayberry-red/p231379743?navAction=jump



We've got one of those. Easily the best cleaner we've ever had. Much better than the Vax and Dysons that we've had before. The begs last for ages and don't make any mess when you replace them. The cleaner is the first one we've had hat is effective for picking up cat hair.

Hi, l'd just like to point out that this offer features the cheaper miele s700. The miele s700 turbo, not the model shown in currys which is the s700 cat and dog model.

Macro online currently saying price is 149 before vat ?.

Original Poster

davina1016

Macro online currently saying price is 149 before vat ?.



Expired now. Sorry

davina1016

Macro online currently saying price is 149 before vat ?.



The offer is over two weeks old, clearly they have now put the price up.

The deal is back on

Buy british, but Numatic! Forgot all the others. Any industry can tell you this. I use for 2 of my jobs and they never break down whatever I throw at it. Suction is very strong and I vacuum up fine dust all day without a vaccum bag and it has lasted over 5 years.

Thank you, OP. Ordered.

winty1

Buy british, but Numatic! Forgot all the others. Any industry can tell … Buy british, but Numatic! Forgot all the others. Any industry can tell you this. I use for 2 of my jobs and they never break down whatever I throw at it. Suction is very strong and I vacuum up fine dust all day without a vaccum bag and it has lasted over 5 years.


^This. Recently bought a Numatic Henry. There's a reason you see these everywhere in hotels businesses etc. Their robust and it only cost £99.
http://www.acerax.co.uk/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/900x/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/h/v/hvr-200a.jpg

Maverick85

^This. Recently bought a Numatic Henry. There's a reason you see these … ^This. Recently bought a Numatic Henry. There's a reason you see these everywhere in hotels businesses etc. Their robust and it only cost £99.



Henry hoovers are great, if you run an office and don't actually care about the results...yes they are bomb proof, because they are pretty rubbish to start with. If you get yourself a decent vacuum, you'll see how laughable praising henry's really is.

After having 3 Dysons I swore I wouldn't buy anything else, you get what you pay for etc, but I saw this one just after Christmas in the sale and after reading the reviews, I bought it. I am so pleased I did, it is fab and runs rings round the Dyson's - not only in price but in performance too. I am totally converted!

I think most people just write rubbish and have no proof of using anything on here. I use Numatic vacuum cleaners ie Henry. it is better than any of the rubbish voted hot on here. I use for work everyday I know what I am talking about. I invite anyone to come and visit my work for proof.

Is this a discontinued model? It's not showing on the Miele website?

winty1

I think most people just write rubbish and have no proof of using … I think most people just write rubbish and have no proof of using anything on here. I use Numatic vacuum cleaners ie Henry. it is better than any of the rubbish voted hot on here. I use for work everyday I know what I am talking about. I invite anyone to come and visit my work for proof.



You're wrong, put simply, cleaners are paid so little that it makes more sense to pay them for an extra 30 minutes of their life than to buy them better equipment. The reason they supply cleaners with numatics is because they are so hard to break, they assume you are stupid and are going to break the tool. That's why all tools in industry of any kind are so hard wearing, they have to assume the workers are idiots.

Numatics are actually poor vacuum cleaners, that's just simple fact...there is a reason why they sell for a hundred quid, think about it for a second. If you want the job done right and your life is worth more than a few quid an hour, you buy a miele or a sebo.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text