Miele Compact C1 Cat & Dog PowerLine Vacuum Cleaner, 1200W £99.99 @ Tesco Direct
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Miele Compact C1 Cat & Dog PowerLine Vacuum Cleaner, 1200W £99.99 @ Tesco Direct

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Found 9th Feb 2016
I believe this was posted before being available instore. But it has come online too.
Powerful 1200W motor delivers a deep clean
Pet hairs are easy to tackle with the Turbo brush
Common pet odours are dealt with thanks to the Active AirClean filter.

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Miele are great machines' until you have a problem!

Water under the bridge - heat added
Original Poster
http://www.tesco.com/direct/miele-compact-c1-cat-dog-powerline-vacuum-cleaner/373-7999.prd?pageLevel=&skuId=373-7999

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I've had dyson, vax and now a Miele don't think you can beat them really... Best I've ever had, good price but I don't need a new one! Pets or no pets it's a good vac
Better than a henry anyone ?
Much better than henry, although have a problem with the filter on mine and needs replacing, when working properly they are great. Having said that Im back to using my old henry standby that Ive had for about 27 years and still going strong
We were Dyson users for 10+ years, took a chance on a Sebo from JL and wish we had sooner, fantastic vacuum, we did look at this one as an option. Might have went for it at this price but wouldn't swap the Sebo. Heat added though..
JellybearXo

Better than a henry anyone ?



To be fair' that's a good question but to be honest any Miele would beat a Henry all day every day in every way

I can't put it any other way ( just hope you don't have any in-warranty problem mind X)
Traded my Dyson up for a Miele cat and dog c2 last week... Fantastic Hoover massive improvement on the Dyson
bought one last month best cleaner i have had
Extend your warranty for an extra 8 years for £50!!

m.miele.co.uk/dom…htm
Great Vacuum and a great price!
C1 and C2 are the same price.
which one is better?
Got recommended a Miele by a friend after my second Dyson broke in an 18 month period.

Hands down this is the best vacuum cleaner I've ever owned, 8 years old and still works better than any other vacuum we've owned. Don't put put of by the fact it's a cylinder vacuum and not an upright, or that it isn't bagless. I use the vacuum every other day, average household, three pets. The bags last me about 3 months. Cylinder just means it takes less storage space and is easier to move around, especially when cleaning stairs. It also means the vacuum can fit inside a car for when you're cleaning it out.
Nad_84

C1 and C2 are the same price. which one is better?



​C2 "Sorry, there are currently no sellers for this product."
our miele lasted 10 years (and was still usable) got a new one recently.
I have the old version, much more power than this 2200 watt, EU Law made all vacuum cleaners gutless.

This was it... Dam EU come on UKIP amazon.co.uk/Mie…U0M
Edited by: "BustyB293" 10th Feb 2016
BustyB293

I have the old version, much more power than this 2200 watt, EU Law made … I have the old version, much more power than this 2200 watt, EU Law made all vacuum cleaners gutless. This was it... Dam EU come on UKIP http://www.amazon.co.uk/Miele-Bagged-Vacuum-Cleaner-Autumn/dp/B001OUNU0M


I have just purchase a 1200w Miele C3 after owning the 2200w Hepa version for 10 years. The new version is lighter, quieter and the pick up is just as good it also moves around better as like I said, it is much lighter.
Showing as out of stock now.
very good cleaner. bought it to clean black dog hair form our light coloured carpets. worked easily and quickly. no longer have that problem sad to say. cleaner over four years old, still works like new. recommend highly.
JellybearXo

Better than a henry anyone ?



Anything is better than a Henry.
JellybearXo

Better than a henry anyone ?
Had a Henry this is far better.
heat added
Cheers OP, heated up!
Can anyone recommend bags other than Miele's own (expensive) I love my Miele. I used to buy bags locally for peanuts, unfortunately shop closed down. I bought 4 from Amazon cost me £9.99 yesterday. Maybe I'm just being tight. I do vacuum daily as leaves are being brought in by family.
this is a sound deal
not often you get to see a hoover from miele at a price like this
chrsinne

Can anyone recommend bags other than Miele's own (expensive) I love my … Can anyone recommend bags other than Miele's own (expensive) I love my Miele. I used to buy bags locally for peanuts, unfortunately shop closed down. I bought 4 from Amazon cost me £9.99 yesterday. Maybe I'm just being tight. I do vacuum daily as leaves are being brought in by family.



Although they are still Miele bags...the Miele website quite often run special offers...at the moment you an get a pack of 4 boxes of bags for £29.99 so £7.50 for 4 bags...postage was free last time I ordered but not sure if it is now

JellybearXo

Better than a henry anyone ?



Imo yes. Especially if you have a pet.
BustyB293

I have the old version, much more power than this 2200 watt, EU Law made … I have the old version, much more power than this 2200 watt, EU Law made all vacuum cleaners gutless. This was it... Dam EU come on UKIP http://www.amazon.co.uk/Miele-Bagged-Vacuum-Cleaner-Autumn/dp/B001OUNU0M



Yeah, bloody EU, forcing manufacturers make more efficient motors for vacuum cleaners.
ring ring......its the 1980's they want there hoover bags back!
OOS
OriginalSHare

Yeah, bloody EU, forcing manufacturers make more efficient motors for … Yeah, bloody EU, forcing manufacturers make more efficient motors for vacuum cleaners.



Jokes right? My brother has the 1400... It's not a patch on the 2200watt cat and dog.... People want them, there is a new boxed 2200 on eBay around 400 notes..... Gold dust matey.
OriginalSHare

Yeah, bloody EU, forcing manufacturers make more efficient motors for … Yeah, bloody EU, forcing manufacturers make more efficient motors for vacuum cleaners.


You missed the point. The EU is just cutting the power consumption, for energy reasons. Not ensuring manufacturers invest in physics busting technology or using optimal designs (I suspect operating costs, marketing and style are more important to many of them). Electric motors are simple, and power has direct relationship to suction in this case. Sure there will be some variation in performance, but this is just a power cap.

Its a bit like the EU cap on headphone volume. Order a Sansa Clip in the EU, and almost not be able to hear your own music. Download the US firmware to it (and voila) a proper working device

This hits Britain harder, as unlike our EU neighbours who predominantly have wooden floors, we have carpet which needs more oomph to get clean.

Edited by: "hwangeruk" 10th Feb 2016
4kmon95

​C2 "Sorry, there are currently no sellers for this product."



C2 is probably discontinued it was on hot uk deal few months back tesco sold it for £20-30!
OriginalSHare

Yeah, bloody EU, forcing manufacturers make more efficient motors for … Yeah, bloody EU, forcing manufacturers make more efficient motors for vacuum cleaners.


This is one area where you can't really save much energy, as now you are using the vacuum for longer times to get the same results.

Most newer "energy efficient" vacuum cleaners offers less suction power, this Miele included. You used to be able to find vacuums with 400W and more (up to 500W) suction power, now they are all around 250W, rarely above 300W.
Back in stock but £125, still not bad considering you get 2 vacuum heads, one is the turbo brush which is £45 on its own.
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