Miele Complete C2 Powerline Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner in Obsidian Black Was £124.99 now £100 delivered with code @ Co-op eBay
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Miele Complete C2 Powerline Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner in Obsidian Black Was £124.99 now £100 delivered with code @ Co-op eBay

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Found 28th Feb 2017
Featuring a powerful 1200W PowerLine motor, the Complete C2 PowerLine vacuum cleaner delivers an impressive deep clean and has a large storage capacity for dealing with dust and dirt. It also integrates an 11-stage filtration system, which includes our specially designed AirClean filter to help you clean thoroughly.

To help deliver optimum performance, this vacuum uses the SBD 290 floorhead, which has extra wide thread-lifters and a metal sole plate for an improved clean. It also features large rubber castors which not only help protect your floor, but allow you to manoeuvre the vacuum cleaner smoothly.

Included as standard is our HyClean 3D Efficiency Dustbag, which helps you get the most out of your vacuum cleaner. With its clever design, it offers 20% greater capacity compared to previous HyClean dustbags. The dustbag is self-closing which helps prevent dust from escaping when you close it.

Designed with convenience in mind, the Complete C2 PowerLine includes a number of handy features to make cleaning easier. Boasting an 10m operating radius, as well as a telescopic tube, this vacuum cleaner allows you to clean large areas, as well as reach those tricky corners easily. It also has an integrated accessories compartment in the body, so you can keep track of your dusting brush and nozzles.

For added ease while cleaning, the Complete C2 PowerLine includes a rotary dial which let you select your perfect cleaning mode quickly and easily. When you?re done, the One Touch cable rewind function allows you to quickly gather the cable in, with just the touch of a button.

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Edited by: "vassy4u" 28th Feb 2017
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Edited by: "vassy4u" 28th Feb 2017
Bags are very expensive
Clean deal vassy, heat added
Nice, just haven't got £100 spare today
Heat added
Very good vacuum cleaner. I have the same one but in yellow and I call it my "minion". Very powerful suction
Brilliant vacuum.
chimp14uk

Bags are very expensive



What, it has a bag in 2017. Have they not heard of cyclonic no loss of suction. Anyone can make these now as it would appear Mr Dyson no longer has the monopoly of the concept. Please don't tell me it's a paper bag which split as soon as you suck up something sharp.
Smartguy1

What, it has a bag in 2017. Have they not heard of cyclonic no loss of … What, it has a bag in 2017. Have they not heard of cyclonic no loss of suction. Anyone can make these now as it would appear Mr Dyson no longer has the monopoly of the concept. Please don't tell me it's a paper bag which split as soon as you suck up something sharp.


Ah, but bagless hoovers have worse, but fairly constant suction, these bagged hoovers have higher suction, but it drops whilst the bag fills. Generally it's the bagged that do better in Which? reviews, and Miele are a top vacuum cleaner brand (2nd most reliable cylinder brand behind Numatic (Henry/Henrietta), 2nd most upright cleaner brand).
Edited by: "EQL" 28th Feb 2017
EQL

Ah, but bagless hoovers have worse, but fairly constant suction, these … Ah, but bagless hoovers have worse, but fairly constant suction, these bagged hoovers have higher suction, but it drops whilst the bag fills. Generally it's the bagged that do better in Which? reviews, and Miele are a top vacuum cleaner brand (2nd most reliable cylinder brand behind Numatic (Henry/Henrietta), 2nd most upright cleaner brand).



Yes, I know you get better suction with an old bag. I have a Goblin that sucks very well. All true, it's an aquavac that I keep in the garage but I managed to find some excellent microfibre bags, not paper so great for small bits of rubble etc. Bagged hoovers cause a terrible mess when the bag splits and trying to clean the paper filter after it does is a nightmare. Personally though I prefer an upright.

Suction though does come down to motor and air watts. I have a DC07 and Shark. The Shark's suction is too good and you certainly know when you have done the house with it. Dyson is easy to push around but wife knows when I have used the Shark.
£15 for 8 bags - is not that bad

Miele Hover Bags
Edited by: "louisputtick" 1st Mar 2017
Smartguy1

What, it has a bag in 2017. Have they not heard of cyclonic no loss of … What, it has a bag in 2017. Have they not heard of cyclonic no loss of suction. Anyone can make these now as it would appear Mr Dyson no longer has the monopoly of the concept. Please don't tell me it's a paper bag which split as soon as you suck up something sharp.


Never had a hoover bag split on me. Certainly not in the years I've owned Miele hoovers with either Miele or 3rd party bags.
I have this hoover in yellow and it performs very well.
louisputtick

£15 for 8 bags - is not that badMiele Hover Bags



​With the amount of crap that I have to hoover up every day, the bags don't last long, so it's not exactly cheap.
These were £20 in Tesco last year, clearance item as they do not comply with the new EU regs. I bought 4 and still have 3 "spares" in the attic. Very good vacuum cleaner. Miele always come top in the Which ratings.
chimp14uk

Bags are very expensive


5 bags and a filter for around £6 delivered on ebay. i empty out and reuse the bags too. a pack lasts years.
guycorbett1

These were £20 in Tesco last year, clearance item as they do not comply … These were £20 in Tesco last year, clearance item as they do not comply with the new EU regs. I bought 4 and still have 3 "spares" in the attic. Very good vacuum cleaner. Miele always come top in the Which ratings.



​they were higher wattage
gone up to £134.99 too so £108 now with code
simonspeakeasy

Never had a hoover bag split on me. Certainly not in the years I've … Never had a hoover bag split on me. Certainly not in the years I've owned Miele hoovers with either Miele or 3rd party bags.I have this hoover in yellow and it performs very well.



Looks like you're on your own with never having a bag split. Every hoover I have ever owned prior to buying the first DYSON all split at some point. Even the cheap Vax that I bought just for the car would split it's bag now and then. Not every bag but when you have one go you wish you had a tank instead of a bag. Only decent bags I found so far for my aquavac are polyester. Much much better than a stupid paper bag. Far stronger and no issues with suction. Strong suction coupled with paper bag = risk of punctured bag at some point.
Just seen the latest add for Miele. Guess what it hasn't got ??
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