Miele Classic C1 Ecoline Bagged Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner £89 down from £180 at ao.com
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Miele Classic C1 Ecoline Bagged Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner £89 down from £180 at ao.com

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Found 2nd Apr 2016
Seems like a good price. A number of sale items on at ao.com including a good Samsung 4k TV.
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Ooh, very hot and just what I'm looking for. Cheers OP.
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Thank you to the user who added a pic, I couldn't get it to show via my phone.
Usual overinflated original selling price....on Amazon the rrp is £160. This model is 800w and has a D rating on cleaning performance yet Amazon do the 1400w C rated model for just £5 more amazon.co.uk/Mie…+c1 (best ever price according to the camels). So cold on this one I'm affraid as you can turn the pkwer down on the larger model and get the same performance.
Cleaning performance ratings are as accurate as car emissions figures.
I bought this one from (link) Marks Electrical in January. Whopping £13 cheaper and absolutely perfect customer service. The delivery driver (Marks's own, not some courier) came bang on promised time which is important to me as I work night shift and plan my sleep to be awake at expected delivery time. Same 2 years manufacturer's warranty.

markselectrical.co.uk/sea…720



Edited by: "Razi" 2nd Apr 2016
These suck.
We use one at home & I have to say, these well & truly suck. As in they are the best suckers I have used EVER. And thats a good thing because they are meant to suck the dirt away!
As per the rating these will be pretty poor for carpet, there is no powered beat bar/brush and its only 800W. Then the expense of bags over its lifetime.
Thanks. Bought.
Best quality!
Krizzo3

Cleaning performance ratings are as accurate as car emissions figures.



Apart from Volkswagen group I would of thought they were pretty accurate unlike the mpg figures. Also aren't the performance ratings actually pretty accurate with only the atrocious Which consumer group complaining because it doesn't match their hopeless poorly designed tests. I mean isn't it Miele themselves that measure how much is picked up and by the average result of particles picked up create their own rating. Is there a single vacuum cleaner manufacturer complaining about this rating system? Also I think there is no requirement to test when a bag is half full or getting near full when suction is much reduced so it unfairly favours bagged cleaners as cyclonic cleaners can be emptied at any time and don't suffer suction loss as the canister fills.
Voted hot,as this is a deals site and that is a good deal.
in answer to your question about manufacturers claiming about the rating system, Dyson tried to bring a case to the European court:

theguardian.com/env…aws
Great vac, I'd recommend. Have some heat for the price.
dannyjones106

in answer to your question about manufacturers claiming about the rating … in answer to your question about manufacturers claiming about the rating system, Dyson tried to bring a case to the European court:http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/nov/11/dyson-loses-court-bid-to-change-eu-energy-labelling-laws



And failed...
m5rcc

And failed...



​Yes, hence why I said 'tried'.
C1 - 4.5lt capacity, but no onboard tool storage
C2 - 3.5lt(compact)or 4.5lt(complete) capacity, with onboard tool storage
C3 - 4.5lt capacity, with onboard tool storage. 1m Longer cable.

Ecoline, less powerful motor, generally lighter.
Powerline, more powerful, generally heavier.


Edited by: "winchman" 18th Apr 2016
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