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Miele Complete C3 Ecoline - £131.96 @ Amazon

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Posted 18th Jun

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Good price according to camelcamelcamel
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Thanks sister is looking for this and will order, brilliant machine.
Looked at this and went for bagless blizzard model. Bags are £11 for 4 so consider the annual cost.
Letstu18/06/2019 10:30

Looked at this and went for bagless blizzard model. Bags are £11 for 4 so …Looked at this and went for bagless blizzard model. Bags are £11 for 4 so consider the annual cost.


Also consider the cleanliness of chucking out a sealed bag of crud instead of emptying it into your bin and creating a dust cloud.

Posted deal is very good price.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 18th Jun
TopTrump18/06/2019 11:09

Also consider the cleanliness of chucking out a sealed bag of crud instead …Also consider the cleanliness of chucking out a sealed bag of crud instead of emptying it into your bin and creating a dust cloud.Posted deal is very good price.


Yes, it is a good price. I very nearly bought it, and would have had I not checked the cost of bags.

Potentially using a bag a week adds a cost of £143 a year. I paid £120 more for a bagless version which is also a great deal.
Letstu18/06/2019 10:30

Looked at this and went for bagless blizzard model. Bags are £11 for 4 so …Looked at this and went for bagless blizzard model. Bags are £11 for 4 so consider the annual cost.


But there is a reason there is a bag..
Letstu18/06/2019 11:41

Yes, it is a good price. I very nearly bought it, and would have had I not …Yes, it is a good price. I very nearly bought it, and would have had I not checked the cost of bags.Potentially using a bag a week adds a cost of £143 a year. I paid £120 more for a bagless version which is also a great deal.


You can pick up deals for multiple packs of bags and an extended 5 year warranty direct from Miele. I think they call it a Care Pack.
Sometimes they offer a £15 off voucher the box plus bags plus warranty.

Once I used a bagless cleaner I wasn't all that enthused with the faff of cleaning it out. Miele's bagless approach is a little different, but it still needs cleaning out. If you're allergy prone or OCD with cleaning, bagless may not be for you. Smaller bin (larger than most bagless but nowhere near the 4 litres capacity offered by the GN bag that the model in this deal offers) means it will need quite frequent emptying.
Whereas with bags, open, take out, valve closes and you throw away. New filters provided with each pack of 4 bags, so you shouldn't get nasty smells.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 18th Jun
Letstu18/06/2019 11:41

Yes, it is a good price. I very nearly bought it, and would have had I not …Yes, it is a good price. I very nearly bought it, and would have had I not checked the cost of bags.Potentially using a bag a week adds a cost of £143 a year. I paid £120 more for a bagless version which is also a great deal.


Bag a week... No... A month, maybe.. often 2 or 3 months..
Edited by: "winchman" 18th Jun
winchman18/06/2019 12:24

Bag a week... No... A month, maybe.. often 2 or 3 months..


Not with 2 dogs and 2 children!
So how much are the bags?
TopTrump18/06/2019 12:11

You can pick up deals for multiple packs of bags and an extended 5 year …You can pick up deals for multiple packs of bags and an extended 5 year warranty direct from Miele. I think they call it a Care Pack.Sometimes they offer a £15 off voucher the box plus bags plus warranty.Once I used a bagless cleaner I wasn't all that enthused with the faff of cleaning it out. Miele's bagless approach is a little different, but it still needs cleaning out. If you're allergy prone or OCD with cleaning, bagless may not be for you. Smaller bin (larger than most bagless but nowhere near the 4 litres capacity offered by the GN bag that the model in this deal offers) means it will need quite frequent emptying.Whereas with bags, open, take out, valve closes and you throw away. New filters provided with each pack of 4 bags, so you shouldn't get nasty smells.



Thats my experience too - I have a bagged miele and bagless hoover. The Bagless one is very messy and a cloud of dust comes out everytime I empty it. Also it requires regular cleaning to unblock the filter.

For my miele I buy the bags very cheap from the market - they last a long time as they hold a lot - I only change it when the cleaner starts to struggle - it will compress the dirt and fits a lot in.

The Bagless holds too little and becomes a hassle. In terms of cleaning I cant say any is better than the other, my Miele is so old now around 25 years and still going but though wanted to replace it due to the age and one of the wheels has now broken but I'm loathe to get rid of it given the issue I have with the bagless one.
fiqqer18/06/2019 14:40

Thats my experience too - I have a bagged miele and bagless hoover. The …Thats my experience too - I have a bagged miele and bagless hoover. The Bagless one is very messy and a cloud of dust comes out everytime I empty it. Also it requires regular cleaning to unblock the filter.For my miele I buy the bags very cheap from the market - they last a long time as they hold a lot - I only change it when the cleaner starts to struggle - it will compress the dirt and fits a lot in. The Bagless holds too little and becomes a hassle. In terms of cleaning I cant say any is better than the other, my Miele is so old now around 25 years and still going but though wanted to replace it due to the age and one of the wheels has now broken but I'm loathe to get rid of it given the issue I have with the bagless one.


You might want to try Kenco Spares, they might be able to supply you with wheel. They carry all sorts of spares at much lower prices than the high street. Miele vacs are quite easy to service/refurb yourself if you have a basic toolset.
Wizzfizz18/06/2019 14:37

So how much are the bags?



£14 for 20 from ebay - for £140 you will get 200 - that should be a lifetime of cleaning
Edited by: "fiqqer" 18th Jun
A bag a week is a ridiculous estimate. I have 9 grandchildren and two dogs and with daily use go through no more than 4 bags a year. Having experienced Dyson and a host of other cleaners Miele, in my opinion, knocks spots of the rest.
I guess with it being 550w you won't have to worry about the bag getting full anytime soon. I jest!
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 18th Jun
Letstu18/06/2019 11:41

Yes, it is a good price. I very nearly bought it, and would have had I not …Yes, it is a good price. I very nearly bought it, and would have had I not checked the cost of bags.Potentially using a bag a week adds a cost of £143 a year. I paid £120 more for a bagless version which is also a great deal.


Can get cheap ones from ebay.
Letstu18/06/2019 11:41

Yes, it is a good price. I very nearly bought it, and would have had I not …Yes, it is a good price. I very nearly bought it, and would have had I not checked the cost of bags.Potentially using a bag a week adds a cost of £143 a year. I paid £120 more for a bagless version which is also a great deal.


A bag a week, no chance! The genuine bags have ribbons in them which condense everything inside. They last an age!!
They also keep whatever bugs and mites they’ve sucked up in stasis for weeks/months!!

The point of my initial post was to remind people caught up in HUKD bargain hunting fever, as I was, that there’s a relatively significant additional cost in comparison to the cost of the machine.

Either that bothers you or it doesn’t. I personally prefer not to have to mess about with bags so bought

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Instead. Not as good a deal as it’s similar price elsewhere but had a split payment option at 0% which was handy.

I bought this to replace a Dyson v7 cordless that is terrible at being the ‘main’ Vacuum in the house as the filter constantly causes the machine to run intermittently.
Letstu18/06/2019 19:18

They also keep whatever bugs and mites they’ve sucked up in stasis for w …They also keep whatever bugs and mites they’ve sucked up in stasis for weeks/months!!The point of my initial post was to remind people caught up in HUKD bargain hunting fever, as I was, that there’s a relatively significant additional cost in comparison to the cost of the machine. Either that bothers you or it doesn’t. I personally prefer not to have to mess about with bags so boughthttps://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B074P77HN1/ref=cm_sw_r_em_api_i_c_vJscDbAZRNWSY Instead. Not as good a deal as it’s similar price elsewhere but had a split payment option at 0% which was handy. I bought this to replace a Dyson v7 cordless that is terrible at being the ‘main’ Vacuum in the house as the filter constantly causes the machine to run intermittently.


And what makes you think the filters in the Miele will be any different? It's still a faff that many people have realised they can avoid with a bag.
I hope it’s better. The cordless design of the Dyson seems to sacrifice a lot for extra mobility.

I personally don’t like faffing about with bags, so we’ll have to agree to disagree on that one!!!

Regardless of my opinion the hoover in the OP is a great deal and thank you for posting as I would not have found my eventual purchase had you not!
winchman18/06/2019 20:20

And what makes you think the filters in the Miele will be any different? …And what makes you think the filters in the Miele will be any different? It's still a faff that many people have realised they can avoid with a bag.


If you've used a Miele, you'll know that changing the pre and post motor filter takes a couple of seconds and when done you'll have the satisfaction of knowing everything is as fresh as can be.
If you want, you have the option of upgrading the final filter from standard to either a Cat&Dog (which has carbon pellets to absorb odours) or a HEPA rated filter cartridge.

The bag itself does most of the filtering (9 layers of filter), the additional filters bolster the vacuum's ability to prevent smells or dust escaping back into the air.
I've got an older version of this hoover thats starting to get a bit battered, it's rated at 2000w - anyone know how the newer ones compare suction wise?
hainesy19/06/2019 14:25

I've got an older version of this hoover thats starting to get a bit …I've got an older version of this hoover thats starting to get a bit battered, it's rated at 2000w - anyone know how the newer ones compare suction wise?


This one is rated 550w so quite a difference in power compared to your old one. This is probably down to EU regulation though. I think the higher end Miele are around ~890w.
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 19th Jun
(Less power consumption, more efficient motors for similar/same suction power - air watts).

If you have just hard floors and short-pile carpet, the Ecoline variants are adequate. Go for a PowerLine (890w) model if you've mid to deep-pile carpets.

They also do a Boost variant that operates at the same 550w power output as an EcoLine, but has a Boost function which raises power to 890w for 1 minute when pressed, then resumes to the eco 550w.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 20th Jun
I was considering getting a Henry just last weekend. I saw you posted this, read up and this seems to beat it hands down. Just purchased. Thanks OP
TopTrump19/06/2019 22:06

(Less power consumption, more efficient motors for similar/same suction …(Less power consumption, more efficient motors for similar/same suction power - air watts).If you have just hard floors and short-pile carpet, the Ecoline variants are adequate. Go for a PowerLine (890w) model if you've mid to deep-pile carpets.They also do a Boost variant that operates at the same 550w power output as an EcoLine, but has a Boost function which raises power to 890w for 1 minute when pressed, then resumes to the eco 550w.


This is the Boost version. If not it will have to be returned.
Andy_Mathieson20/06/2019 11:54

This is the Boost version. If not it will have to be returned.


So it is! Echellenté. A little bit of both worlds.

See if you can track down the turbo brushes (large one for carpets and they do a mini one which is great for stairs, upholstery that pets may kip on, or the car boot/floor) on eBay or when on promotion.

If you need the parquet floor head, which is great for wooden floors or hard floors in general, Currys have a bundle of the floorhead & a box of GN bags at a promo price of £29.99.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 20th Jun
TopTrump20/06/2019 12:03

So it is! Echellenté. A little bit of both worlds.See if you can track …So it is! Echellenté. A little bit of both worlds.See if you can track down the turbo brushes (large one for carpets and they do a mini one which is great for stairs, upholstery that pets may kip on, or the car boot/floor) on eBay or when on promotion. If you need the parquet floor head which is great for wooden floors or flat hard floors in general, Currys have a bundle of the floorhead & a box of GN bags at a promo price of £29.99.


Thanks for the heads up
Still looking to replace my Hetty, this one is too heavy for me unfortunately. Heat added.
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