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Miele Compact C1 Cat & Dog PowerLine £139.97 @ Amazon

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Posted 11th FebEdited by:"TopTrump"

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Cylinder vacuum cleaner With turbobrush and odour filter; ideal for pet lovers.
  • Maximum suction power – 890 W
  • Versatile applications – universal floorhead
  • Reliably removes hair and lint with its turbo brush.
  • Odours are neutralised more effectively – Active AirClean filter
  • Adjustable working height – Stainless steel telescopic tube


Lowest price ever from Amazon. Next cheapest is from Appliances Direct for £147.97
Currently £149 direct from Miele but RRP is ~£190.


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From the C1 PowerLine range is the Classic C1 Cat & Dog PowerLine vacuum cleaner, designed to suit the floor surface that you are cleaning. With a 6-stage rotary selector switch on the vacuum allows you to choose the control, making it easier for you to clean. Additional to be certain of a deep clean in your home is a three-piece accessory set; crevice tool, upholstery nozzle and dusting brush (attached using the VarioClip). There's even a powered TurboBrush to help pick up pet hair.
While you’re vacuuming you want to be able to breathe easily when doing chores. This vacuum cleaner is AirClean filter, meaning it retains over 99.9% of dust combination with the motor filter and dustbag, with a dust emission rating of ‘B’.The Classic CI Cat & Dog PowerLine is perfect for dust pickup for both hard-flooring and carpet because of its 890W motor. This vacuum cleaner comes with a telescopic tube, making it easier to get to those hard to reach areas.

Key Features
  • Lightweight and easy to manoeuvre
  • A maximum power of 890W
  • AirClean filter - retains over 99.9% of dust collected
  • Accessories and handle allow for deeper cleaning
  • TurboBrush for great pet hair pick up
  • Telescopic suction tube for ergonomic vacuuming
  • Fitted with their Cat&Dog rated anti-odour final stage air cleaner filter

Technical Details
  • Press/Hold cable rewind
  • 9m cleaning radius
  • 3.5L dust bag capacity (FJM bag type)
  • Rotary dial controls
  • 4.3kg
  • 2 years warranty
  • Energy: C
  • Hardfloor: A
  • Carpets: C
  • Dust Emissions: B
  • Included accessories - telescopic tube, SDB355 FiberTeQ floorhead, 3 piece accessory set; crevice tool, upholstery nozzle and dusting brush (attached using the VarioClip), TurboBrush

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How does this compare to the c2?
snoopy8811/02/2020 20:09

How does this compare to the c2?


C2 - as in the other deal I've posted today? Right?!
('cause Miele also do a C2 Compact - but that's expensive most of the time - that's kinda got fewer compromises).


C1 Compact is a smaller unit, so uses the smaller FJM bags, shorter power cord (I think it's 5 metres instead of 7m).

In terms of performance - you're not sacrificing a single thing. A PowerLine model, so gets the 890W motor = equally as powerful, same suction performance and this also comes with a turbobrush but loses the allergy HEPA filter instead you get a Cat&Dog final filter which uses activated charcoal to neutralise any odours. Not as fine a filtering membrane as the HEPA, but you can always purchase and swap at a later date.

Do you have power sockets dotted around the place and have carpets and perhaps pets, or live in an apartment and don't want to store bulky cleaner - then I'd get this one.

Allergy prone and not much carpet - get t'other.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 11th Feb
TopTrump11/02/2020 20:14

C2 - as in the other deal I've posted today? Right?! ('cause Miele also do …C2 - as in the other deal I've posted today? Right?! ('cause Miele also do a C2 Compact - but that's expensive most of the time - that's kinda got fewer compromises).C1 Compact is a smaller unit, so uses the smaller FJM bags, shorter power cord (I think it's 5 metres instead of 7m).In terms of performance - you're not sacrificing a single thing. A PowerLine model, so gets the 890W motor = equally as powerful, same suction performance and this also comes with a turbobrush but loses the allergy HEPA filter instead you get a Cat&Dog final filter which uses activated charcoal to neutralise any odours. Not as fine a filtering membrane as the HEPA, but you can always purchase and swap at a later date.Do you have power sockets dotted around the place and have carpets and perhaps pets, or live in an apartment and don't want to store bulky cleaner - then I'd get this one.Allergy prone and not much carpet - get t'other.


Thanks may have to go for the C2 based on the allergies.
TopTrump11/02/2020 20:14

C2 - as in the other deal I've posted today? Right?! ('cause Miele also do …C2 - as in the other deal I've posted today? Right?! ('cause Miele also do a C2 Compact - but that's expensive most of the time - that's kinda got fewer compromises).C1 Compact is a smaller unit, so uses the smaller FJM bags, shorter power cord (I think it's 5 metres instead of 7m).In terms of performance - you're not sacrificing a single thing. A PowerLine model, so gets the 890W motor = equally as powerful, same suction performance and this also comes with a turbobrush but loses the allergy HEPA filter instead you get a Cat&Dog final filter which uses activated charcoal to neutralise any odours. Not as fine a filtering membrane as the HEPA, but you can always purchase and swap at a later date.Do you have power sockets dotted around the place and have carpets and perhaps pets, or live in an apartment and don't want to store bulky cleaner - then I'd get this one.Allergy prone and not much carpet - get t'other.


I've just seen the c2 cat and dog for £159 I think I might pull the trigger on that.
Good turbo head but possibly under powered?
afroylnt11/02/2020 22:13

Good turbo head but possibly under powered?


All Miele's (and any new stock from any brand selling vacuums in Europe) have to conform to the <900W EU requirement.
It's less than their previous PowerLine models' motors from the past which were 1200w, down from 1600W, down from 2200W as you trace back through their model lineup history.

They've made tweaks to their suction motor and its impeller design to give a similar user experience to the motor that predates it.
For the definitive answer, you'll need to find the quoted Air Watts a vacuum cleaner offers in terms of suction performance, but so very few manufacturers publish this data readily. You could try dropping Miele a line and ask.

I've purchased this unit a year ago for £129 and mid to low pile carpets in my property get a thorough clean from the turbobrush supplied and you have to fight the machine, as it is too powerful if turned all the way up (admittedly, they have since changed the brush-head to the TurboTeq that they now supply - check their accessories on Miele's website and study the use case of each brush head. They'll include information like intended carpet pile depth). IF you want more power at the brush head, you'll need to consider an electrically powered brush-head (rather than one driven just by an air turbine relying on the suction the motor on-board the main unit generates) and they are only available on their top of the range C3's and they cost muchachos.

You'll be hard pressed to find a better vacuum cleaner at a reasonable price. What you need to consider is:
- The operating radius (do you need a longer power cable)
- The dust-bag capacity (will this smaller 3.5L bag be too cost prohibitive for your household? Miele's genuine bags work well even when stuffed to almost maximum capacity, something cheaper bags or other brands suffer from, causing you to reach for a new bag that bit more often than a Miele. 3.5L is capacious enough for me, before the bag starts developing a stink.)
- The lack of onboard storage for the three included accessories.


Even Miele's top of the top of the line vacuums have a maximum 890w rated motor.

Some of their super deluxe C3's have a deluxe wand with plus/minor power control buttons to save you going back to the vacuum to adjust the level of suction. They've even got one which comes with a turbobrush-head that incorporates an air sensor with a visual indicator that lights up green once the area is free of dust/debris.
Again, muchachos deniros.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 11th Feb
TopTrump11/02/2020 22:26

All Miele's (and any new stock from any brand selling vacuums in Europe) …All Miele's (and any new stock from any brand selling vacuums in Europe) have to conform to the <900W EU requirement.It's less than their previous PowerLine models' motors from the past which were 1200w, down from 1600W, down from 2200W as you trace back through their model lineup history.They've made tweaks to their suction motor and its impeller design to give a similar user experience to the motor that predates it.For the definitive answer, you'll need to find the quoted Air Watts a vacuum cleaner offers in terms of suction performance, but so very few manufacturers publish this data readily. You could try dropping Miele a line and ask.I've purchased this unit a year ago for £129 and mid to low pile carpets in my property get a thorough clean from the turbobrush supplied and you have to fight the machine, as it is too powerful if turned all the way up (admittedly, they have since changed the brush-head to the TurboTeq that they now supply - check their accessories on Miele's website and study the use case of each brush head. They'll include information like intended carpet pile depth). IF you want more power at the brush head, you'll need to consider an electrically powered brush-head (rather than one driven just by an air turbine relying on the suction the motor on-board the main unit generates) and they are only available on their top of the range C3's and they cost muchachos.You'll be hard pressed to find a better vacuum cleaner at a reasonable price. What you need to consider is:- The operating radius (do you need a longer power cable)- The dust-bag capacity (will this smaller 3.5L bag be too cost prohibitive for your household? Miele's genuine bags work well even when stuffed to almost maximum capacity, something cheaper bags or other brands suffer from, causing you to reach for a new bag that bit more often than a Miele. 3.5L is capacious enough for me, before the bag starts developing a stink.)- The lack of onboard storage for the three included accessories.Even Miele's top of the top of the line vacuums have a maximum 890w rated motor.Some of their super deluxe C3's have a deluxe wand with plus/minor power control buttons to save you going back to the vacuum to adjust the level of suction. They've even got one which comes with a turbobrush-head that incorporates an air sensor with a visual indicator that lights up green once the area is free of dust/debris.Again, muchachos deniros.


I understand the EU limit but having had 2000w & 1600w models I have to say I am sceptical.

Agree the 3.5l capacity could quickly fill up.

Shame manufacturers are not forced to publish airwatts and have it independently verified.
TopTrump11/02/2020 22:26

All Miele's (and any new stock from any brand selling vacuums in Europe) …All Miele's (and any new stock from any brand selling vacuums in Europe) have to conform to the <900W EU requirement.It's less than their previous PowerLine models' motors from the past which were 1200w, down from 1600W, down from 2200W as you trace back through their model lineup history.They've made tweaks to their suction motor and its impeller design to give a similar user experience to the motor that predates it.For the definitive answer, you'll need to find the quoted Air Watts a vacuum cleaner offers in terms of suction performance, but so very few manufacturers publish this data readily. You could try dropping Miele a line and ask.I've purchased this unit a year ago for £129 and mid to low pile carpets in my property get a thorough clean from the turbobrush supplied and you have to fight the machine, as it is too powerful if turned all the way up (admittedly, they have since changed the brush-head to the TurboTeq that they now supply - check their accessories on Miele's website and study the use case of each brush head. They'll include information like intended carpet pile depth). IF you want more power at the brush head, you'll need to consider an electrically powered brush-head (rather than one driven just by an air turbine relying on the suction the motor on-board the main unit generates) and they are only available on their top of the range C3's and they cost muchachos.You'll be hard pressed to find a better vacuum cleaner at a reasonable price. What you need to consider is:- The operating radius (do you need a longer power cable)- The dust-bag capacity (will this smaller 3.5L bag be too cost prohibitive for your household? Miele's genuine bags work well even when stuffed to almost maximum capacity, something cheaper bags or other brands suffer from, causing you to reach for a new bag that bit more often than a Miele. 3.5L is capacious enough for me, before the bag starts developing a stink.)- The lack of onboard storage for the three included accessories.Even Miele's top of the top of the line vacuums have a maximum 890w rated motor.Some of their super deluxe C3's have a deluxe wand with plus/minor power control buttons to save you going back to the vacuum to adjust the level of suction. They've even got one which comes with a turbobrush-head that incorporates an air sensor with a visual indicator that lights up green once the area is free of dust/debris.Again, muchachos deniros.


The C3 cat and dog is now 199 is it worth the extra?
snoopy8812/02/2020 10:12

The C3 cat and dog is now 199 is it worth the extra?


It's a larger unit which provides you with a few key benefits: longer cable, larger dust bag, inbuilt accessory storage compartment, foot operated power up/down controls, one touch power cord rewind.
It looks slightly better.


If that's worth the £60 extra, you decide.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 12th Feb
snoopy8812/02/2020 10:12

The C3 cat and dog is now 199 is it worth the extra?


The £199 for the C3 Meow&Woof is at Robert Dyas right? It's priced at the normal price it sells for most of the year. The inflated £299 is just marketing bs or for patrons of the John Lewis establishment (never knowingly undersold bow lx)!

You might be able to get a voucher to work and get it for slightly less.
They're picturing the unit with the old skool turbo brush (which I think is better than the newer TurboTeq they're now peddling), chunkier unit, easy to clean and maintain, built like a s**t brickhouse.

(RDyas have got the Allergy HEPA filter cartridge for a "clearance price" of £30! Ha! Theo Paphitis and his bs.
When it's on offer at Amazon you get change from a tenner. BS spinners!)


Take a look at Donaghy Bros - they've got the Miele SGDF3 Complete C3 PowerLine Vacuum Cleaner in Black for £165.
No turbo brush and just the standard air filter. It's all part of how Miele package a unit to hit a price point. Are the included accessories or the main unit more important to you?

Or they've got the Miele Complete C2 PowerLine Vacuum Cleaner - Red for £175 - the main photo shows it with a Turbo brush but nothing mentioned in the description. I don't know, just using incorrect stock photo, or failure to reflect the correct included accessories? Call 'em.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 12th Feb
afroylnt11/02/2020 22:13

Good turbo head but possibly under powered?


Get Sebo e3 with electrically powered brush head and possiblity to boost the suction for a couple minutes by pressing a button. They come with 5 year warranty and are built to last.
Aquaslim12/02/2020 12:41

Get Sebo e3 with electrically powered brush head and possiblity to boost …Get Sebo e3 with electrically powered brush head and possiblity to boost the suction for a couple minutes by pressing a button. They come with 5 year warranty and are built to last.


Sebo's also very good. Just slightly less accessible via deals.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 12th Feb
Aquaslim12/02/2020 12:41

Get Sebo e3 with electrically powered brush head and possiblity to boost …Get Sebo e3 with electrically powered brush head and possiblity to boost the suction for a couple minutes by pressing a button. They come with 5 year warranty and are built to last.


Tks. They're a bit more pricey but will keep an eye out; the motorised head sounds good.
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