Miele C1 Compact Powerline 1200W 3.5L - £119.99 at  Hughes
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Miele C1 Compact Powerline 1200W 3.5L - £119.99 at Hughes

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Found 27th FebEdited by:"drarrow"
Recently bought a Dyson V6 posted on this site but I'm looking for something with more oomph to really pull up the carpet.

Enter voucher code ‘EXTRA5’ at checkout.

Description from the webiste:
'Give your home the thorough clean it deserves with the Miele C1 Compact PowerLine SCAE1 bagged vacuum cleaner.

Making the most of 1200W of sucking power the C1 powerline offers a deep and thorough clean for your home carpets. Switch between the conventional floor head and the SBD290 floor head which has to give you complete versatility when cleaning different floor types.

You're able to choose from different exhaust filters - the air clean filter helps to give you an everyday effective clean and the exhaust filter means that the air that's being blown out from the machine is even purer than the air in the room before you began to vacuum.'

Looks like a nice vacuum with decent power. Miele is very highly rated. This is not the Junior model which is sometimes posted for this price!
Available from Tesco Direct without the voucher (sold by Hughes anyway).
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davewave5 m ago

Excellent vacuum, I have two for my house.


I have four, one in each bedroomXD
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Great price. Scores 71% on Which? just missing out on a Best Buy with a comment of "....This fantastic bargain only just misses out on being a Best Buy....".
Excellent vacuum, I have two for my house.
davewave5 m ago

Excellent vacuum, I have two for my house.


I have four, one in each bedroomXD
stefanzkace4 m ago

I have four, one in each bedroomXD


Ha Ha Ha


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Edited by: "davewave" 27th Feb
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Also TCB are offering 2.62% back which gives an extra £3.14 off.
Thought the EU banned anything over 900W last year?
We've got the Miele eco, had it a couple of years and the mains lead cable management has gone on it. Not great really for a reputed top quality brand
What's this lime compare to a Dyson upright?
I mean what's this like compare to a Dyson upright?
dyson is shi'$£ this not so much
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ThanksForThat1 h, 7 m ago

Thought the EU banned anything over 900W last year?


I forgot that happened. It seems any current stock is allowed to be sold.
drarrow14 m ago

I forgot that happened. It seems any current stock is allowed to be sold.


Yeah there's quite a lot still around when you start looking as well.
I bought this now I am deaf
We have a Henry eco, use 650watts, my missues said he has a strong suction, and does the job well!!!
I've read the reviews and this seems amazing. I'm just put off with having a bagged hoover...I've had a Dyson for years and the best thing about it is having no bag. Do you have to keep changing the bags or do you empty them? Is it just me or do Hoover's with bags have a certain smell when you hoover? The Dyson doesn't? Appreciate any advice, thanks
Id rather have a bagged vacuum. Remove bag, place contents of floor in bin or open canister and observe a cloud of dust emerge around the bin and decant vacuumed dust usually around the bin. Not exactly hygenic.

Ive had this vacuum for a few years and it is really powerful, looses a bit of pull when near full, but theres an indicator on it which highlights how full the bag is. The filter can be upgraded to a HEPA one also for about 20 quid.
VictoriaTindall1 h, 43 m ago

I've read the reviews and this seems amazing. I'm just put off with having …I've read the reviews and this seems amazing. I'm just put off with having a bagged hoover...I've had a Dyson for years and the best thing about it is having no bag. Do you have to keep changing the bags or do you empty them? Is it just me or do Hoover's with bags have a certain smell when you hoover? The Dyson doesn't? Appreciate any advice, thanks


Ive had bagless vacuum cleaners in the past, problem was all the dust flying around when emptying, I then purchased a Miele about 10 years ago and it's the best vacuum cleaner I've ever owned, and its still going strong without any issues. Once you try one of these you won't go back to bagless, honestly Miele imo make the best and most reliable vacuum cleaners on the planet.
Edited by: "ravi47" 27th Feb
ravi4738 m ago

Ive had bagless vacuum cleaners in the past, problem was all the dust …Ive had bagless vacuum cleaners in the past, problem was all the dust flying around when emptying, I then purchased a Miele about 10 years ago and it's the best vacuum cleaner I've ever owned, and its still going strong without any issues. Once you try one of these you won't go back to bagless, honestly Miele imo make the best and most reliable vacuum cleaners on the planet.


Thank you. I did check and miele do have a bagless version which looks similar...Altho £100 more expensive!
Do you have to keep changing the bag? Or do you empty them? Do they smell?
VictoriaTindall39 m ago

Thank you. I did check and miele do have a bagless version which looks …Thank you. I did check and miele do have a bagless version which looks similar...Altho £100 more expensive!Do you have to keep changing the bag? Or do you empty them? Do they smell?


You throw the bag out - you have to. They are porous by design so the air can flow through them. This means as they get used, they got clogged. Same with any bagged design. Maybe if you want to spend time taking the dirt out of the bag, you may get a few uses, but at which point, just go for a Dyson.

The issue (for me) with the bags is that they're around £10 for 4 (£18 for 8 on Amazon though). This mounts of quickly, certainly if you have pets. If you buy 3rd party ones, Miele won't honor any warranty claims. They're also generally worse quality / weird sizes / poor fitting in my experience.

We gave our C1 to a family member. Not because it was a bad vacuum, it wasn't, the cost just mounted up fast with kids and pets. The suction was great, but I wouldn't rate it as any better than our Dyson (although it is a new model). The Dyson is actually better at getting hairs up on carpet (certainly pets), but that's kinda expected due to the big spinning powered brush at the front.

The emptying of a Dyson can be a bit messy, but we just take ours outside and empty directly into the general waste bin. Job done. I don't wear a suit to clean the house, so it's not an issue for me.

The C1 was great, don't get me wrong, I couldn't really fault it for the price, but the bag cost isn't cheap.


It just depends what you want in a vacuum really
Edited by: "nomnomnomnom" 27th Feb
stefanzkace8 h, 57 m ago

I have four, one in each bedroomXD



What a coincidence, I have four houses, one for each vacuum cleaner I've bought because of this sodding site Bought, now off to right move.
Edited by: "Mentos" 27th Feb
nomnomnomnom47 m ago

You throw the bag out - you have to. They are porous by design so the air …You throw the bag out - you have to. They are porous by design so the air can flow through them. This means as they get used, they got clogged. Same with any bagged design. Maybe if you want to spend time taking the dirt out of the bag, you may get a few uses, but at which point, just go for a Dyson.The issue (for me) with the bags is that they're around £10 for 4 (£18 for 8 on Amazon though). This mounts of quickly, certainly if you have pets. If you buy 3rd party ones, Miele won't honor any warranty claims. They're also generally worse quality / weird sizes / poor fitting in my experience.We gave our C1 to a family member. Not because it was a bad vacuum, it wasn't, the cost just mounted up fast with kids and pets. The suction was great, but I wouldn't rate it as any better than our Dyson (although it is a new model). The Dyson is actually better at getting hairs up on carpet (certainly pets), but that's kinda expected due to the big spinning powered brush at the front.The emptying of a Dyson can be a bit messy, but we just take ours outside and empty directly into the general waste bin. Job done. I don't wear a suit to clean the house, so it's not an issue for me.The C1 was great, don't get me wrong, I couldn't really fault it for the price, but the bag cost isn't cheap. It just depends what you want in a vacuum really


Thank you. As I feared. The maintenance factor of the bags put me off. Think I'll save a bit for the bagless miele. My Dyson, albeit an older version now, is useless at picking up even my hair from the carpet.
I bought one of these a week or so ago 2nd hand...(it had been used once and was less than a few months old)...person who was selling it said he preferred Henrys ...he payed £195...i gave him £60 ...all the tools totally unused/new filters/bags/manuals still in sealed bag...over the moon and boy what a cleaner...now i have two Mieles s2111 and the c1...one for car/other for home...both absolutely great and compared with my old Dysons (motors always packing up) they are in a different league!
VictoriaTindall12 h, 12 m ago

I've read the reviews and this seems amazing. I'm just put off with having …I've read the reviews and this seems amazing. I'm just put off with having a bagged hoover...I've had a Dyson for years and the best thing about it is having no bag. Do you have to keep changing the bags or do you empty them? Is it just me or do Hoover's with bags have a certain smell when you hoover? The Dyson doesn't? Appreciate any advice, thanks


We have a miele cat and dog hover (actually it's the other half's, she wanted to keep hers so my bagless one went in the garage), you do have to change the bags and also the filter every now year or two, as it does start to smell. Saying that, I think it is quite old and still works well.
TWD40 m ago

We have a miele cat and dog hover (actually it's the other half's, she …We have a miele cat and dog hover (actually it's the other half's, she wanted to keep hers so my bagless one went in the garage), you do have to change the bags and also the filter every now year or two, as it does start to smell. Saying that, I think it is quite old and still works well.


Thanks. I think I've decided it might be best to save a bit more and try a miele bagless one. Win win...except for the price!
No need to buy original Miele bags plenty of compatible bags available online at half the the price or less! Bags only need changing once every 3 months and I hoover the whole house (5 bedroom) once or twice a week.
Watts just indicate how much electricity it uses not the amount of suction.
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