Miele Classic C1 EcoLine Plus Bagged Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner £99.99 @ Argos
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Miele Classic C1 EcoLine Plus Bagged Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner £99.99 @ Argos

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Found 22nd May 2015
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this is an eco model, if the c2 in my other deal is too powerful! also, buy something for at least 2p, and a £10 voucher is yours! energy rated A , and 2 year warranty .

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Original Poster

and just in case you haven't seen the deal for the c2 which is back on at Argos

hotukdeals.com/dea…462

Miele hoovers are very good quality. Nice price, have some heat.

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davewave

Miele hoovers are very good quality. Nice price, have some heat.


Agreed - love my Miele;D

twitwoo

CommentAgreed - love my Miele;D



last time I bought a vacuum cleaner, I got a dyson. It was between the miele n dyson. Kinda wish I bought the middle instead

miele... silly auto correct!

twitwoo

CommentAgreed - love my Miele;D



Agreed ... I love my Henry (and George) even more than Miele.
That being said, this is a v good deal. Plenty stock about. Cheers for posting, OP

Flashpoint

miele... silly auto correct!


Kinda quite like middle too.

Once you've had a Miele. ..you never go back

If Porsche made hoovers this is what they would be like.

Can't go wrong with a Miele, agree.

I have one of these and would recommend.Great price.

The c2 is surely the better choice as it has variable suction

I dunno how this model but the one I've got, I've had since like 2003 and it still works great. They're much better than Dyson which do lose suction, they have weak suction, look like a toy, break easily and don't have any bags. I have no idea why having no bags is sold as a good thing, it just means you have to get dusty every **** time it's full, which seem like they fill up about 5 times every hoover.... either you have to put it in a bag yourself or make your bin a mess.

#confused... this one or the C2???????????

Not a fan of Miele's myself, hate paying for bags for a start but wouldn't people be better off going for a older higher power model. This is only 800W and the vacuum suction reduces as the bag gets full. I just wonder if people giving comments on how good their Miele is, realise how low power this particular model is.

I also own a miele and i think they are great hoovers

It's NOT a Hoover!!!!!!!!!!! oO

slannmage

I dunno how this model but the one I've got, I've had since like 2003 and … I dunno how this model but the one I've got, I've had since like 2003 and it still works great. They're much better than Dyson which do lose suction, they have weak suction, look like a toy, break easily and don't have any bags. I have no idea why having no bags is sold as a good thing, it just means you have to get dusty every **** time it's full, which seem like they fill up about 5 times every hoover.... either you have to put it in a bag yourself or make your bin a mess.



A lot of unfair criticisms there. Bagged cleaners always lose suction as the bag gets full because the contents of the bag prevent air flow where as this can be prevented on cyclonic vacuums of any brand. Obviously any vacuum of any design can reduce suction due to faults, blockages and blocked fiters. Obviously not having bags is good in many ways, its good because you don't have to buy bags, you can empty as much as you want, its good for the environment less waste. If you are doing DIY and need to vacuum a lot you simply wouldn't use a Miele because of cost of bags or use one in a workshop etc. If your only an occasional vacuumer and bags last a long time the bags can fill with parasites who feed on the human skin powder that makes up most of domestic dust. If such a bag splits its utterly revolting to see.

The Dyson factory is much more environmentally friendly and the Malaysian staff have far higher wages and terms and conditions compared to the staff at the MIele Dongguan factory that makes their vacuum cleaners either completely or kits to assemble in Europe.

The Dyson digital motors are far superior to the low wattage motors now used by most or all other vacuum cleaner manufacturers.

Generally I think Dyson's have much improved as has their warranty which is now 5 years parts and labour with excellent easy customer service. They get a lot more abuse anyway as Dysons can be used for just about anything where as Miele's you simply wouldn't use for a lot of vacuuming because of the cost of bags. However I have to say that cleaners, workmen etc all use Henry's. When my boiler was being serviced he even used his little henry as the step to give himself additional height.

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bonzobanana

A lot of unfair criticisms there. Bagged cleaners always lose suction as … A lot of unfair criticisms there. Bagged cleaners always lose suction as the bag gets full because the contents of the bag prevent air flow where as this can be prevented on cyclonic vacuums of any brand. Obviously any vacuum of any design can reduce suction due to faults, blockages and blocked fiters. Obviously not having bags is good in many ways, its good because you don't have to buy bags, you can empty as much as you want, its good for the environment less waste. If you are doing DIY and need to vacuum a lot you simply wouldn't use a Miele because of cost of bags or use one in a workshop etc. If your only an occasional vacuumer and bags last a long time the bags can fill with parasites who feed on the human skin powder that makes up most of domestic dust. If such a bag splits its utterly revolting to see.The Dyson factory is much more environmentally friendly and the Malaysian staff have far higher wages and terms and conditions compared to the staff at the MIele Dongguan factory that makes their vacuum cleaners either completely or kits to assemble in Europe.The Dyson digital motors are far superior to the low wattage motors now used by most or all other vacuum cleaner manufacturers.Generally I think Dyson's have much improved as has their warranty which is now 5 years parts and labour with excellent easy customer service. They get a lot more abuse anyway as Dysons can be used for just about anything where as Miele's you simply wouldn't use for a lot of vacuuming because of the cost of bags. However I have to say that cleaners, workmen etc all use Henry's. When my boiler was being serviced he even used his little henry as the step to give himself additional height.



The main difference being that my £300 Dyson is destroyed by my c3 cat and dog miele. No comparison at all.

markymark34

CommentThe main difference being that my £300 Dyson is destroyed by my c3 … CommentThe main difference being that my £300 Dyson is destroyed by my c3 cat and dog miele. No comparison at all.




The cat and dog model is an absolute beast of a VC. Top end Dysons don't touch it for suction power.

Source: had many many many Dysons. Given up, gone for Miele and never looked back. (Washer dryer and dishwasher included!!)

xeroc

The cat and dog model is an absolute beast of a VC. Top end Dysons don't … The cat and dog model is an absolute beast of a VC. Top end Dysons don't touch it for suction power. Source: had many many many Dysons. Given up, gone for Miele and never looked back. (Washer dryer and dishwasher included!!)



My Dyson DC39 Animal (2015) can touch it. 280 air watts, can't find any information on these things in regards to air watts, which is what suction is measured in.

I find my Miele hardly loses suction as the bag fills well until it is packed tight anyway, like rock solid and hard to remove it's so full. The bags last ages so I really find the argument about bag cost as a bit of a red herring.

Great quality and suction, hot price.

D for carpet and hard floor. Does not rate well for me.

Besford

It's NOT a Hoover!!!!!!!!!!! oO



What's it do then?

GAZZA-UK

What's it do then?


It's a vacuum cleaner mate!

slannmage

I dunno how this model but the one I've got, I've had since like 2003 and … I dunno how this model but the one I've got, I've had since like 2003 and it still works great. They're much better than Dyson which do lose suction, they have weak suction, look like a toy, break easily and don't have any bags. I have no idea why having no bags is sold as a good thing, it just means you have to get dusty every **** time it's full, which seem like they fill up about 5 times every hoover.... either you have to put it in a bag yourself or make your bin a mess.


I know what you mean,Dyson marketing and all that jazz,they made vacuum cleaners fashionable and people were paying £300 sometimes for the pleasure

virtualgirl2204

D for carpet and hard floor. Does not rate well for me.


I have no idea how they came to that rating. My c2 is far too powerful. I have to reduce the suction to below 50%

Besford

It's a vacuum cleaner mate!


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bonzobanana

[quote=slannmage]However I have to say that cleaners, workmen etc all use … [quote=slannmage]However I have to say that cleaners, workmen etc all use Henry's. When my boiler was being serviced he even used his little henry as the step to give himself additional height.



The reason why workies (like me) use Henrys is because they're absolutely bombproof. Spares, bags are readily available and cheap as. The machines aren't expensive either. The only downside to a Henry is they're maybe too much like hard work for some folk, folk like my old man who's now on his fifth Dyson. He must've spent well over a grand on Dysons by now and my old Henry is still trundling along lol.

Anyway. Nice Miele deal !

Miele are so, so good. Have a C2. completely excellent in every way; light, small, sucks hard, copes perfectly with pet fur. Great on carpet and wood. Awesome.

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