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Miele Complete C3 Boost Premium Edition Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner £126.65 at Hughes/ebay with code
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Miele Complete C3 Boost Premium Edition Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner £126.65 at Hughes/ebay with code

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Posted 5th Dec 2019Edited by:"Tacavas"

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bigbucks06/12/2019 11:04

I would avoid any Miele productsCustomer care and after-sales service is …I would avoid any Miele productsCustomer care and after-sales service is appalling - products not as reliable as advertised I speak from experiencehttps://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.miele.co.uk


You've commented same thing on another deal, you really seem to have a grudge against this company!
Wouldn’t buy a Miele again, mines FAR too powerful.
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Whats the diff between this and the c3 complete pro cat n dog?
xzibit05/12/2019 22:06

Whats the diff between this and the c3 complete pro cat n dog?


Cat n dog includes an extra accessory - a rotating brush head that costs £70 to buy separately. Highly recommended if you have carpet, unnecessary otherwise. I find it a must if you have pets, or women with long hair.
Cat n dog is the one to go for me then. Both girls and pets in da house 🏻
I have the cat and dog,which comes with 2 heads,the power brush is excellent,I wasn't able to use the standard head with our carpet it wouldn't glide across it,so I was pleased that it also came with the power brush,Its a great vacuum cleaner
Wouldn’t buy a Miele again, mines FAR too powerful.
At this price it's time to clean up.
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abcbut05/12/2019 23:20

Wouldn’t buy a Miele again, mines FAR too powerful.


Don't worry this only has 550w won't be to powerful.
abcbut05/12/2019 23:20

Wouldn’t buy a Miele again, mines FAR too powerful.


At least it gives you the option to turn it down lol.
Edited by: "Alvie" 6th Dec 2019
Sweet deal, thank you
So is this no good for carpets?
Better to buy the cat and dog one with turbo head
Any deals on that?
I would avoid any Miele products

Customer care and after-sales service is appalling - products not as reliable as advertised

I speak from experience

uk.trustpilot.com/rev….uk
From what I’ve read the vacuums are very good and strong
Enigma-Machine06/12/2019 11:05

From what I’ve read the vacuums are very good and strong


dyson cordless are like plastic toys with little suction, unless you use max setting, in which case its like your playing countdown!
Vax products always break for me, including the industrial office ones.
This c3 i use at home and when we were doing some construction at home. Works brilliant, a little heavy but the fact that it works every time is great.
bigbucks06/12/2019 11:04

I would avoid any Miele productsCustomer care and after-sales service is …I would avoid any Miele productsCustomer care and after-sales service is appalling - products not as reliable as advertised I speak from experiencehttps://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.miele.co.uk


You've commented same thing on another deal, you really seem to have a grudge against this company!
Well built and more suction than any Dyson. Can turn power down also.
bigbucks06/12/2019 11:04

I would avoid any Miele productsCustomer care and after-sales service is …I would avoid any Miele productsCustomer care and after-sales service is appalling - products not as reliable as advertised I speak from experiencehttps://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.miele.co.uk


They have always been brilliant with me....even supplying me with free parts years after the guarantee had finished...customer care girl I had was just superb in every way....great company who make superb vacuum cleaners that lasts for years.
Edited by: "Norton28" 6th Dec 2019
quakerphil06/12/2019 17:26

Well built and more suction than any Dyson. Can turn power down also.


People used to buy things for a job like you buy a vacuum to be good at vacuuming but people buy things because of the brand and image/looks

I'm still surprised people buy £200-500 vacuums that are bad at vacuuming like Dysons that are C/D rated at cleaning carpets

Do people not check how good a product is at what it's supposed to do anymore?
Edited by: "gg1pl" 6th Dec 2019
I’ve had a Miele for around 7 months, be careful though the suction is so powerful that it actually lifts the fitted carpets. I have Used Dyson in the past and I must say it’s just brand name it doesn’t match Miele at all.
gg1pl06/12/2019 17:39

People used to buy things for a job like you buy a vacuum to be good at …People used to buy things for a job like you buy a vacuum to be good at vacuuming but people buy things because of the brand and image/looksI'm still surprised people buy £200-500 vacuums that are bad at vacuuming like Dysons that are C/D rated at cleaning carpetsDo people not check how good a product is at what it's supposed to do anymore?



True,Dyson also sells a £300 hairdryer
Loeeza06/12/2019 18:14

I’ve had a Miele for around 7 months, be careful though the suction is so p …I’ve had a Miele for around 7 months, be careful though the suction is so powerful that it actually lifts the fitted carpets. I have Used Dyson in the past and I must say it’s just brand name it doesn’t match Miele at all.


I have a Bosch BBGL8AAAAGB and the 4 As stand for A rated for efficiency, dust emissions, carpet and hard floor cleaning

Ratings for vacuums can be found online, box or spec card. I avoid anything that doesn't show it's spec because if it was good they would've let people know

Dyson, Beats, Apple are kings of living off their brand power because people will buy them, hiding behind marketing talk rather than showing specs
Amazing deal. I bought C3 powerline in 2015 and OMGGG still like new apart from a brush head but it's amazing! My landlord had 2 dysons and that overpriced stuff was a lot worst than my c3 powerline.
Underrated06/12/2019 19:11

Amazing deal. I bought C3 powerline in 2015 and OMGGG still like new apart …Amazing deal. I bought C3 powerline in 2015 and OMGGG still like new apart from a brush head but it's amazing! My landlord had 2 dysons and that overpriced stuff was a lot worst than my c3 powerline.


There's a reason you don't see cleaners use Dysons or see them commercially being used in offices as they are crap at vacuuming, expensive and break down quickly

Anyone can see how rubbish Dysons are when you see how much dust another vacuum picks up that the Dyson leaves behind
Best vacuum ever made!
The floorhead shown in the photo looks like the parquet floorhead (for hard floors). The description doesn't refer to this. Nor does it mention 'universal floorhead' which is what most Miele vacuums come with - the universal floorhead has retractable brushes for hard floors and glides over carpets.

I think this model may come with 2 floorheads - the universal and the parquet twister - according to this Miele spec sheet. If it does it's a very good deal as the parquet brush is usually around £30
media.miele.com/dow…pdf
dominickthedonkey06/12/2019 15:49

You've commented same thing on another deal, you really seem to have a …You've commented same thing on another deal, you really seem to have a grudge against this company!


I would think they are only trying to help people with advice from their experience. Trolling them is really not in line with the ethics of this site. Most people love miele but its nice to hear others experience.
If you're into intelligent engineering, buy this right now at this price. Best money you'll spend. Never thought a vacuum could be a thing of beauty. Also, ideal present for the Mrs for xmas.
Equalizer2506/12/2019 18:38

True,Dyson also sells a £300 hairdryer


You found it on sale?! Where?
Ouzoherb06/12/2019 20:29

I would think they are only trying to help people with advice from their …I would think they are only trying to help people with advice from their experience. Trolling them is really not in line with the ethics of this site. Most people love miele but its nice to hear others experience.


The problem is that the same script has been copy pasted on several deals involving products from Miele. Different people have different experiences with different ranges of products of many companies. He offers no opinion to the deal itself or the actual product in question. That to me is trolling and offering no really value to the range of opinions.
abcbut05/12/2019 23:20

Wouldn’t buy a Miele again, mines FAR too powerful.


Ridiculous arnt they!!!! I typed in google " most powerful vacuum for under £200" flaming heck its like a work out everytime I use it.
bigbucks06/12/2019 11:04

I would avoid any Miele productsCustomer care and after-sales service is …I would avoid any Miele productsCustomer care and after-sales service is appalling - products not as reliable as advertised I speak from experiencehttps://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.miele.co.uk

there is all complains about Hobs,washing machines or worktops...nothing on hoovers...looks good
nwbltd06/12/2019 21:59

Ridiculous arnt they!!!! I typed in google " most powerful vacuum for …Ridiculous arnt they!!!! I typed in google " most powerful vacuum for under £200" flaming heck its like a work out everytime I use it.


Constantly changing the head setting and power settings. I’d not swap it though. It’s bloody great. Except the dust bags are sooooooo small. That’s my main gripe.
Best vacuum by a considerable margin.
Second was an Electrolux with the sbag system.
Be warned even the Miele will pack up completely with plaster dust......
mozzer_Morris06/12/2019 22:46

Best vacuum by a considerable margin.Second was an Electrolux with the …Best vacuum by a considerable margin.Second was an Electrolux with the sbag system. Be warned even the Miele will pack up completely with plaster dust......



I swear by my Philips bagged vacuum cleaner. Beats my Miele one by far. The dyson v8 animal was an expensive mistake...
bigbucks06/12/2019 11:04

I would avoid any Miele productsCustomer care and after-sales service is …I would avoid any Miele productsCustomer care and after-sales service is appalling - products not as reliable as advertised I speak from experiencehttps://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.miele.co.uk


Meile been v reliable in my personal experience and way more powerful than Dyson.
Still prefere my £29.99 tytan
Anyone know of any cheap bags to go with it?
I use the Miele bags. They cost around £2 each on a deal and last ages. They aren't just a fabric bag they"re an intricate design inside that traps dust. I wouldn't skimp on these.
ra78607/12/2019 07:56

Anyone know of any cheap bags to go with it?


LM Electrical do pattern bags (or at least the FJM types I have tried) they are just as decent as the originals. They are just up the road from me near Bath, but they sell via eBay ebaystores.co.uk/L-M…CAL - about 50/60p each.
But don't skimp on the charcoal filter if fitted (I am going off our old Cat and Dog version which had one) - get the original ones as they last for ages and it makes a world of difference when you replace them.
Used them for years before we eventually went cordless last year. The Miele we had lasted us over 20 years and would highly recommend them, we literally wore it out, nothing broke on it just things like the cord retract mechanism started to get lazy. I moved it to the garage for car cleaning duty about 5 years ago but switched it out for wet/dry shop vac this year. It was still serviceable, just no longer suitable for needs.
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