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800W isn't a lot but the price for the brand is good.
Didn't vote either way
ubmaniac17/08/2019 11:57

800W isn't a lot but the price for the brand is good.Didn't vote either way


I spoke to a Miele agent who was very helpful. I tried to order a C3 Powerline ( 1200W) from Miele on a deal posted on here but they had sold out. They offered a red limited edition version of the C3 for the same money but this was only 800W. He assured me that I wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between the 2 models though my older 1200W model is still going strong so I’ve yet to test out his promise!!
ubmaniac17/08/2019 11:57

800W isn't a lot but the price for the brand is good.Didn't vote either way


Even the most expensive cylinder is only 890w. You wouldn't notice any difference.
Edited by: "deeky" 17th Aug
jona7717/08/2019 12:26

I spoke to a Miele agent who was very helpful. I tried to order a C3 …I spoke to a Miele agent who was very helpful. I tried to order a C3 Powerline ( 1200W) from Miele on a deal posted on here but they had sold out. They offered a red limited edition version of the C3 for the same money but this was only 800W. He assured me that I wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between the 2 models though my older 1200W model is still going strong so I’ve yet to test out his promise!!


It says the C3 powerline is 890w?
deeky17/08/2019 12:32

Even the most expensive cylinder is only 890w. You wouldn't notice any …Even the most expensive cylinder is only 890w. You wouldn't notice any difference.



Interesting
Where does the extra power go in higher rated models?
Miele C1 vacuum direct from Miele - £109.99 @ Miele Shop

Ok, I'm convinced it's a Miele.
Not much of a deal. C1 classic is their most basic entry level product and often hover (one O) around the £100 to £110 mark, when on sale can be found under £100.
Not a sealed dust compartment system like all their other models, (C1 compact, C2 and C3 - all are)

C1 compact when on a deal is same price.
Cold I'm afraid.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 17th Aug
deeky17/08/2019 12:33

It says the C3 powerline is 890w?



No the original C3 which I’ve owned for several years is definitely 1200W . I think when the new Eu laws came in the wattage inn these dropped to the current level
deeky17/08/2019 12:33

It says the C3 powerline is 890w?




I spoke to a Miele agent who was very helpful. I tried to order a C3 Powerline ( 1200W) from Miele on a deal posted on here but they had sold out. They offered a red limited edition version of the C3 for the same money but this was only 800W. He assured me that I wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between the 2 models though my older 1200W model is still going strong so I’ve yet to test out his promise!!
jona7717/08/2019 12:55

No the original C3 which I’ve owned for several years is definitely 1200W . …No the original C3 which I’ve owned for several years is definitely 1200W . I think when the new Eu laws came in the wattage inn these dropped to the current level I spoke to a Miele agent who was very helpful. I tried to order a C3 Powerline ( 1200W) from Miele on a deal posted on here but they had sold out. They offered a red limited edition version of the C3 for the same money but this was only 800W. He assured me that I wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between the 2 models though my older 1200W model is still going strong so I’ve yet to test out his promise!!


1200W motor was installed in models manufactured prior to the most recent EU ruling.

New turbine impeller design on the 890w motor means you don't witness a drop in suction when compared to older 1200, 1600 or 2200w motors.
More with less. Look for air watts (which isn't readily published) not the misleading power consumption of a vacuum's motor.

Just avoid their ecoline models which come with a 500 something Watts motor.

Best of both worlds? Opt for the EcoBoost. When you need PowerLine level of performance, press the boost button which ramps up power for a minute then reverts back to 500ish watts power consumption.


Referring to a previously used analogy, a car from the 1960s may have a 5 litre engine but only put out 200 bhp.
Today's 2 litre engines can do that quite easily.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 17th Aug
jona7717/08/2019 12:55

No the original C3 which I’ve owned for several years is definitely 1200W . …No the original C3 which I’ve owned for several years is definitely 1200W . I think when the new Eu laws came in the wattage inn these dropped to the current level I spoke to a Miele agent who was very helpful. I tried to order a C3 Powerline ( 1200W) from Miele on a deal posted on here but they had sold out. They offered a red limited edition version of the C3 for the same money but this was only 800W. He assured me that I wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between the 2 models though my older 1200W model is still going strong so I’ve yet to test out his promise!!


Yep, I know they reduced the max wattage allowed, I thought you meant you tried to order a current model that was 1200W.
Bought one a couple of years ago...absolutely brilliant vacuum cleaner that does a great job and with no fuss...I have had Dysons...Panasonic....vax...shark vacuum cleaners and they all suck compared to Miele...Miele is just brilliant.
TopTrump17/08/2019 13:01

1200W motor was installed in models manufactured prior to the most recent …1200W motor was installed in models manufactured prior to the most recent EU ruling.New turbine impeller design on the 890w motor means you don't witness a drop in suction when compared to older 1200, 1600 or 2200w motors.More with less. Look for air watts (which isn't readily published) not the misleading power consumption of a vacuum's motor.Just avoid their ecoline models which come with a 500 something Watts motor.Best of both worlds? Opt for the EcoBoost. When you need PowerLine level of performance, press the boost button which ramps up power for a minute then reverts back to 500ish watts power consumption.Referring to a previously used analogy, a car from the 1960s may have a 5 litre engine but only put out 200 bhp.Today's 2 litre engines can do that quite easily.


Not convinced that the higher wattage don't clean faster. Have you come across airwatts for old & new models?
afroylnt17/08/2019 14:20

Not convinced that the higher wattage don't clean faster. Have you come …Not convinced that the higher wattage don't clean faster. Have you come across airwatts for old & new models?


It's a statistic the manufacturers tend to keep close to their chest.
The 890W Powerline models have what Miele term as their "Vortex 2" impeller/motor implementation.

(There are a couple of Vac enthusiasts on YouTube that connect them up to a gadget they have to make the measurement. Weekend is far too precious to be traipsing through videos of people in their socks testing vacuum cleaners)

Had an ageing C3 with 2200w, which was on its way out, bought a 1200w C1 Compact to have as its sideshow, didn't notice a difference in performance between them.
C3 died eventually, so a few months ago bought what turned out to be an 890W C1 Compact (Cat & Dog, new direct from Miele for <£125 on promo last year, includes the turbo brush plus active charcoal, ie anti pet stink, air filter) and both are equally as efficient in dealing with cleaning, using the turbo brush or just relying on pure suction. I don't have various weight bowling balls to empirically compare suction, but I have two physical units that give equal results when I use them. I don't opt for one or the other, which ever is nearest to me gets plugged in and away I go.
I don't think, "oh shucks, I need to get the 1200w for this job" They both work very well on all surfaces.

If it's carpet that slows you down from getting a clean result, you WILL need a turbo brush, in which case, the C1 Classic isn't for you.
Turbo brush when purchased separately is around the £50 mark.

Look for a Miele Cat & Dog Powerline deal which includes a turbo brush at a subsidised price on a C1 Compact, C2 or C3.

Or go down the manufacturer refurbished/reboxed route by taking a look at Miele outlet page 2 at application.miele.co.uk/resources/pdf/MieleOutletPricelist.pdf

Currently they have:
- 10873660 Classic C1 Graphite grey GB Classic C1 Outlet B2 Stock: £150.00 £97.50

- 10154900 Compact C1 Obsidian black 1200 W GB Compact C1 Outlet B2 Stock: £129.00 £83.85

-10660710 Compact C1 Obsidian black GB Compact C1 Outlet B2 Stock: £180.00 £109.00

-10660730 Compact C1 Allergy lotus white GB Compact C1 Outlet B2 Stock: £200.00 £109.00

-10660740 Complete C2 Obsidian black GB Complete C2 Outlet B2 Stock: £220.00 £129.00

-10661140 Dynamic U1 Obsidian black GB Upright vacuum cleaners Outlet B2 Stock: £249.00 £161.85

-10673860 Scout RX2 Home Vision Graphite grey GB Robot vacuum cleaners Outlet B2 Stock: £850.00 £552.50

-10673870 Scout RX2 autumn red GB Robot vacuum cleaners Outlet B2 Stock: £700.00 £455.00

"B2 Stock = These are products that may have been used for display or demonstration or have been returned to Miele with less than 50 hours of use.Appliances will be unboxed and minor cosmetic damage. These products are exempt from any current applicable promotions.B2 Grade Vacuum Cleaners have damaged packaging but no use."

Short of donating my blood, I think the above is loads of effort I've sacrificed for those interested.

People, consider Brexit and just buy a reboxed, fully warrantied unit from Miele outlet.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 17th Aug
TopTrump17/08/2019 14:44

It's a statistic the manufacturers tend to keep close to their chest.The …It's a statistic the manufacturers tend to keep close to their chest.The 890W Powerline models have what Miele term as their "Vortex 2" impeller/motor implementation.(There are a couple of Vac enthusiasts on YouTube that connect them up to a gadget they have to make the measurement. Weekend is far too precious to be traipsing through videos of people in their socks testing vacuum cleaners)I've bought a 1200w C1 Compact, then a few months later bought what turned out to be an 890W C1 Compact (Cat & Dog, new direct from Miele for <£125, includes the turbo brush plus active charcoal, ie anti pet stink, air filter) and both are equally as efficient in dealing with cleaning, using the turbo brush or just relying on pure suction. I don't have various weight bowling balls to empirically compare suction, but I have two physical units that give equal results when I use them. I don't opt for one or the other, which ever is nearest to me gets plugged in and away I go.I don't think, "oh shucks, I need to get the 1200w for this job" They both work very well on all surfaces.If it's carpet that slows you down from getting a clean result, you WILL need a turbo brush, in which case, the C1 Classic isn't for you.Turbo brush when purchased separately is around the £50 mark.Look for a Miele Cat & Dog Powerline deal which includes a turbo brush at a subsidised price on a C1 Compact, C2 or C3.Or go down the manufacturer refurbished/reboxed route by taking a look at Miele outlet page 2 at application.miele.co.uk/resources/pdf/MieleOutletPricelist.pdfCurrently they have:10873660 Classic C1 Graphite grey GB Classic C1 Outlet B2 Stock: £150.00 £97.5010154900 Compact C1 Obsidian black 1200 W GB Compact C1 Outlet B2 Stock: £129.00 £83.8510660710 Compact C1 Obsidian black GB Compact C1 Outlet B2 Stock: £180.00 £109.0010660730 Compact C1 Allergy lotus white GB Compact C1 Outlet B2 Stock: £200.00 £109.0010660740 Complete C2 Obsidian black GB Complete C2 Outlet B2 Stock: £220.00 £129.0010661140 Dynamic U1 Obsidian black GB Upright vacuum cleaners Outlet B2 Stock: £249.00 £161.8510673860 Scout RX2 Home Vision Graphite grey GB Robot vacuum cleaners Outlet B2 Stock: £850.00 £552.5010673870 Scout RX2 autumn red GB Robot vacuum cleaners Outlet B2 Stock: £700.00 £455.00B2 Stock = These are products that may have been used for display or demonstration or have been returned to Miele with less than 50 hours of use.Appliances will be unboxed and minor cosmetic damage. These products are exempt from any current applicable promotions.B2 Grade Vacuum Cleaners have damaged packaging but no use.Short of donating my blood, I think the above is loads of effort I've sacrificed for those interested.


Many Tks for info. Why can't EU do something useful and make it mandatory to publish air watts.. Use a 2000w currently.
afroylnt17/08/2019 15:20

Many Tks for info. Why can't EU do something useful and make it mandatory …Many Tks for info. Why can't EU do something useful and make it mandatory to publish air watts.. Use a 2000w currently.


I wish they would!

Wet and dry vacuums are exempt from the ban, as are commercial vacs with a wide brush head, so you can still buy large vacs with 3 x 1000 watt motors!

Or something a bit more practical like this 300 air watt bosch with a 1,200 watt motor:- tooled-up.com/bos…22/


Unfortunately, the wands and tools supplied with wet and dry vacs tend to be absolutely terrible.


I was hoping to see other manufacturers do a wet and dry Dyson-esc cyclone cleaner like the samsung trios, which I think is discontinued in the UK, but with more airwatts and a lower price. My current vac is 1.800 watt power and 360 airwatts.
Edited by: "melted" 17th Aug
TopTrump17/08/2019 14:44

It's a statistic the manufacturers tend to keep close to their chest.The …It's a statistic the manufacturers tend to keep close to their chest.The 890W Powerline models have what Miele term as their "Vortex 2" impeller/motor implementation.(There are a couple of Vac enthusiasts on YouTube that connect them up to a gadget they have to make the measurement. Weekend is far too precious to be traipsing through videos of people in their socks testing vacuum cleaners)Had an ageing C3 with 2200w, which was on its way out, bought a 1200w C1 Compact to have as its sideshow, didn't notice a difference in performance between them.C3 died eventually, so a few months ago bought what turned out to be an 890W C1 Compact (Cat & Dog, new direct from Miele for <£125 on promo last year, includes the turbo brush plus active charcoal, ie anti pet stink, air filter) and both are equally as efficient in dealing with cleaning, using the turbo brush or just relying on pure suction. I don't have various weight bowling balls to empirically compare suction, but I have two physical units that give equal results when I use them. I don't opt for one or the other, which ever is nearest to me gets plugged in and away I go.I don't think, "oh shucks, I need to get the 1200w for this job" They both work very well on all surfaces.If it's carpet that slows you down from getting a clean result, you WILL need a turbo brush, in which case, the C1 Classic isn't for you.Turbo brush when purchased separately is around the £50 mark.Look for a Miele Cat & Dog Powerline deal which includes a turbo brush at a subsidised price on a C1 Compact, C2 or C3.Or go down the manufacturer refurbished/reboxed route by taking a look at Miele outlet page 2 at application.miele.co.uk/resources/pdf/MieleOutletPricelist.pdfCurrently they have:- 10873660 Classic C1 Graphite grey GB Classic C1 Outlet B2 Stock: £150.00 £97.50- 10154900 Compact C1 Obsidian black 1200 W GB Compact C1 Outlet B2 Stock: £129.00 £83.85-10660710 Compact C1 Obsidian black GB Compact C1 Outlet B2 Stock: £180.00 £109.00-10660730 Compact C1 Allergy lotus white GB Compact C1 Outlet B2 Stock: £200.00 £109.00-10660740 Complete C2 Obsidian black GB Complete C2 Outlet B2 Stock: £220.00 £129.00-10661140 Dynamic U1 Obsidian black GB Upright vacuum cleaners Outlet B2 Stock: £249.00 £161.85-10673860 Scout RX2 Home Vision Graphite grey GB Robot vacuum cleaners Outlet B2 Stock: £850.00 £552.50-10673870 Scout RX2 autumn red GB Robot vacuum cleaners Outlet B2 Stock: £700.00 £455.00"B2 Stock = These are products that may have been used for display or demonstration or have been returned to Miele with less than 50 hours of use.Appliances will be unboxed and minor cosmetic damage. These products are exempt from any current applicable promotions.B2 Grade Vacuum Cleaners have damaged packaging but no use."Short of donating my blood, I think the above is loads of effort I've sacrificed for those interested.People, consider Brexit and just buy a reboxed, fully warrantied unit from Miele outlet.


I appreciate your insight and the time taken to help the rest of us.

Thank you
ubmaniac17/08/2019 16:25

I appreciate your insight and the time taken to help the rest of us. I appreciate your insight and the time taken to help the rest of us. Thank you


Welcome.

Something to bear in mind with Miele's compact cylinder cleaners is that due to their form factor, they house a smaller cable reel, which translates to a shorter power cable. (They quote it as cleaning radius, but that includes the length of the tube & wand when calculating the figure).

Two bag types: FJM (3.5 Litre dustbag capcity) & GN (4.5L).

Better deals on multipacks of Miele original GN bags from resellers.

Would suggest you stick to Miele bags rather than aftermarket due to multi-layered construction and air ribbons that allow bags to work even when approaching full.

Then there's different floorheads and accessories depending on the surface being cleaned.

Finally there's the three levels of exhaust filtration. Standard, 🐈 n 🐕 (odour neutralising) or Allergy (HEPA).
Edited by: "TopTrump" 17th Aug
TopTrump17/08/2019 17:23

Welcome.Something to bear in mind with Miele's compact cylinder cleaners …Welcome.Something to bear in mind with Miele's compact cylinder cleaners is that due to their form factor, they house a smaller cable reel, which translates to a shorter power cable. (They quote it as cleaning radius, but that includes the length of the tube & wand when calculating the figure).Two bag types: FJM (3.5 Litre dustbag capcity) & GN (4.5L).Better deals on multipacks of Miele original GN bags from resellers.Would suggest you stick to Miele bags rather than aftermarket due to multi-layered construction and air ribbons that allow bags to work even when approaching full.Then there's different floorheads and accessories depending on the surface being cleaned.Finally there's the three levels of exhaust filtration. Standard, 🐈 n 🐕 (odour neutralising) or Allergy (HEPA).


We're actually stuck for choice between the cat and dog and allergy models. Would the HEPA filter one also be effective in neutralising odour?

Also, I'm quite excited about the outlet pdf you shared. That's something I intend to check every time we need to buy an appliance
ubmaniac17/08/2019 17:27

We're actually stuck for choice between the cat and dog and allergy …We're actually stuck for choice between the cat and dog and allergy models. Would the HEPA filter one also be effective in neutralising odour?Also, I'm quite excited about the outlet pdf you shared. That's something I intend to check every time we need to buy an appliance


They're interswappable, and have a recommended 12 month effective life. They come with an embedded time indicator (similar concept to power level strip indicator on a Duracell or Energiser battery, but based on exposure to heat which 'kinda' correlates to how much heat emitted from nearby motor, ie duration of usage).

A HEPA would filter dust better but wouldn't "neutralise" pet smells.

?
Edited by: "TopTrump" 17th Aug
TopTrump17/08/2019 17:42

They're interswappable, and have a recommended 12 month effective … They're interswappable, and have a recommended 12 month effective life.HEPA would filter dust better but wouldn't "neutralise" pet smells.Shake n Vac to put the freshness back?



Yeh that's a pragmatic solution.

Thank you for taking the time.
It's rare these days for people to do that.

Visit the official Miele UK website
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Edited by: "TopTrump" 17th Aug
TopTrump17/08/2019 17:23

Welcome.......Would suggest you stick to Miele bags rather than …Welcome.......Would suggest you stick to Miele bags rather than aftermarket due to multi-layered construction and air ribbons that allow bags to work even when approaching full....


I use compatible bags; they seem to work fine - the proper Miele bags are just too expensive.
afroylnt17/08/2019 19:30

I use compatible bags; they seem to work fine - the proper Miele bags are …I use compatible bags; they seem to work fine - the proper Miele bags are just too expensive.



Agreed, they are expensive if bought at full or high street prices. Deals often exist (there's one on at the moment) where you get a couple of boxes plus a HEPA or Meow & Woof filter thrown in, Orrrr a pack of 4 boxes at discounted price.

Take a look over at ...

m.miele.co.uk/domestic/all-accessory-promotions-3755.htm

Or for GN bag only deals, check out Kenco Spares based in Ireland. (authorised Miele dealer / repair centre). Sometimes also listed on Bezos' version of the Kwik-E mart.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 17th Aug
TopTrump17/08/2019 19:37

Agreed, they are expensive if bought at full or high street prices. Deals …Agreed, they are expensive if bought at full or high street prices. Deals often exist (there's one on at the moment) where you get a couple of boxes plus a HEPA or Meow & Woof filter thrown in, Orrrr a pack of 4 boxes at discounted price.Take a look over at ...m.miele.co.uk/domestic/all-accessory-promotions-3755.htmOr for GN bag only deals, check out Kenco Spares based in Ireland. (authorised Miele dealer / repair centre). Sometimes also listed on Bezos' version of the Kwik-E mart.



agree that's a better than normal price but that's still £35 for 16 bags v £20 for 20 compatible.
afroylnt17/08/2019 20:38

agree that's a better than normal price but that's still £35 for 16 bags v …agree that's a better than normal price but that's still £35 for 16 bags v £20 for 20 compatible.


Check the other offer. Two packs of bags plus a filter £23.
Filter on a good day is sold at £10.
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