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MIELE Complete C3 Pure Power Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner - Black £139 at Currys PC World
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- Powerful cleaning performance for your entire home

- AirClean filter discharges pure air from vacuum

- Large operating radius saves time switching power points

- Easy to use with ergonomic design and clear controls

- Additional accessories make cleaning upholstery and skirting boards simpler

Powerful cleaning performance

Clean dirt and dust on both carpeted and hard floors, with the Miele Complete C3 Pure Power Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner. Combining a tight seal with the air flow, the floorhead delivers strong suction to achieve impressive results even on the lowest power setting.

AirClean filter

With 890 W of power, the Miele Complete C3 Pure Power will effortlessly remove even the most stubborn dirt from all manner of surfaces. And thanks to its AirClean filter, it won't recirculate dust back into the air you breathe. The vacuum cleaner efficiently removes dust particles from the air it sucks in, so that the air in your home is as clean as your freshly-vacuumed flooring.

Large operating radius

Vacuuming around the house can be time-consuming when you constantly need to switch plug-points. Thanks to the Miele Complete C3 Pure Power Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner large operating radius of 12 metres, you won't need to switch so frequently. Achieve quicker, cleaner results from fewer power sources.

Easy to use

Anyone can get to grips with the Miele Complete C3 Vacuum Cleaner. Thanks to its ergonomic design and 360° rotating hose, the vacuum cleaner feels comfortable to use whether you're left or right-handed. The controls are simple and can be found at the bottom of the unit, with images to illustrate cleaning options.

You won't need to manually rewind the cable, either. Simply press the foot pedal and the vacuum cleaner will automatically rewind it for you.

Additional accessories

Those tricky corners and fabrics aren't so tough to clean anymore with the Miele Complete C3 Pure Power.

With the crevice nozzle and dusting brush, it's easy to remove the dust and cobwebs that commonly form around the corners and skirting boards. The upholstery tool makes light work of cleaning sofas and fabrics, while every accessory can be comfortably stored in the vacuum cleaner, for simple storage when you're done.
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I've the older one of this. I've just spent 4 days cleaning the double garage out - it's literally sucked up a dozen dwarf taratulas*, and hundreds of other random house spiders and quite a few spider nests full of white egg sac things. Most spiders were shot to death inside the vacuum by random screws and nails that were laying about. Frankly speaking, Ripley can keep the flamethrower - I'll take a Miele Vacuum against facehuggers anyday.

*I'm talking about size, not actual species....
Edited by: "PP02" 14th Oct 2019
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I have the older higher powered version of this vacuum and the suction literally lifts our carpet up! I believe even the newer less wattage models don’t suffer any loss of suction
jona7713/10/2019 13:30

I have the older higher powered version of this vacuum and the suction …I have the older higher powered version of this vacuum and the suction literally lifts our carpet up! I believe even the newer less wattage models don’t suffer any loss of suction


Agreed. The first time I used mine on a hardwood floor I could barely move it, it was sucking the ground so hard. It's calmed down a bit now, I haven't changed the filter yet, I'd imagine a new filter and bag would get it sucking hard again.

A very convenient vacuum to use. All the buttons are designed to be operated with your feet so you can power it off, change the suction, or retract the plug easily with your feet. Plenty of attachments hidden under the cover, I initially thought the bag looked very small, but I've been stripping wallpaper, plastering and doing some other diy and managed a lot of hovering before I've needed to change the bag.
Edited by: "Regprentice" 13th Oct 2019
Regprentice13/10/2019 13:42

Agreed. The first time I used mine on a hardwood floor I could barely move …Agreed. The first time I used mine on a hardwood floor I could barely move it, it was sucking the ground so hard. It's calmed down a bit now, I haven't changed the filter yet, I'd imagine a new filter and bag would get it sucking hard again.A very convenient vacuum to use. All the buttons are designed to be operated with your feet so you can power it off, change the suction, or retract the plug easily with your feet. Plenty of attachments hidden under the cover, I initially thought the bag looked very small, but I've been stripping wallpaper, plastering and doing some other diy and managed a lot of hovering before I've needed to change the bag.



Good review, thank you. So it didn't scratch the hard flooor at all? Looks good.Really appreciate the info. Good luck with the wallpaper and d.i.y
PD10113/10/2019 14:16

Good review, thank you. So it didn't scratch the hard flooor at all? Looks …Good review, thank you. So it didn't scratch the hard flooor at all? Looks good.Really appreciate the info. Good luck with the wallpaper and d.i.y


Didn't scratch floor. It has short brushes on the head which I can use to 'cushion' the floor so it doesn't scrape the plastics and also makes it easier to move.
I've the older one of this. I've just spent 4 days cleaning the double garage out - it's literally sucked up a dozen dwarf taratulas*, and hundreds of other random house spiders and quite a few spider nests full of white egg sac things. Most spiders were shot to death inside the vacuum by random screws and nails that were laying about. Frankly speaking, Ripley can keep the flamethrower - I'll take a Miele Vacuum against facehuggers anyday.

*I'm talking about size, not actual species....
Edited by: "PP02" 14th Oct 2019
Got an older version of this I bought when we moved into our current place 12 years ago. It just will not die. It's sucked up rubble after we moved a wall and just keeps going. When it does eventually die it'll absolutely be replaced with another Miele.
I had a miele upright and up to a few months ago I would have recommended them but when I needed a repair their customer service was a disgrace, it was sent away for 12 days when I got it back I used it for 10 minutes and it stopped working, I called them and asked for their 'escalations' team to call me back, I'm still waiting three weeks on, tomorrow I will call again.
Was looking at these on the which site last week with its 81% I was tempted and then at todays price I nipped out and got. Blimey this thing has some power, could suck a tennis ball through a hose pipe. I will say it isn't for the faint hearted it takes a bit of pushing and pulling but thats because its so blooming powerful.

Anyone got any experience with replacement bags? Aftermarket or OEM?
deano_uk13/10/2019 18:14

Was looking at these on the which site last week with its 81% I was …Was looking at these on the which site last week with its 81% I was tempted and then at todays price I nipped out and got. Blimey this thing has some power, could suck a tennis ball through a hose pipe. I will say it isn't for the faint hearted it takes a bit of pushing and pulling but thats because its so blooming powerful.Anyone got any experience with replacement bags? Aftermarket or OEM?



I'm going to comment on this as I would also like to know and so I can get a flag when a reply comes in
Been using miele vacuums for over 8 years, including one of the c3 models. They're amazing. Great suction power, good quality build. Sucks all the dirt and dust. Would not use anything else, not even a Dyson.
deano_uk13/10/2019 18:14

Was looking at these on the which site last week with its 81% I was …Was looking at these on the which site last week with its 81% I was tempted and then at todays price I nipped out and got. Blimey this thing has some power, could suck a tennis ball through a hose pipe. I will say it isn't for the faint hearted it takes a bit of pushing and pulling but thats because its so blooming powerful.Anyone got any experience with replacement bags? Aftermarket or OEM?


I have Miele vacuum cleaners. Yes they are this good. I say oem bags, there are often deals and they last ages. If you want to know why they are around £9 for 4 cut one open. They are a very clever internal design with fins and pockets to hold the dirt and a flap to keep it in. They contribute to the high performance.
Edited by: "TheChiefExecutive" 13th Oct 2019
I've found the cheap bags need a bit of adjustment around the pipe seal then they're ok. Outstanding suction on these vacuums.
Can highly, highly recommend this vacuum! Great price
Regprentice13/10/2019 13:42

Agreed. The first time I used mine on a hardwood floor I could barely move …Agreed. The first time I used mine on a hardwood floor I could barely move it, it was sucking the ground so hard. It's calmed down a bit now, I haven't changed the filter yet, I'd imagine a new filter and bag would get it sucking hard again.A very convenient vacuum to use. All the buttons are designed to be operated with your feet so you can power it off, change the suction, or retract the plug easily with your feet. Plenty of attachments hidden under the cover, I initially thought the bag looked very small, but I've been stripping wallpaper, plastering and doing some other diy and managed a lot of hovering before I've needed to change the bag.


Sounds like you need the parquet floor head. Makes vacuuming hardfloors a breeze.
This deal sucks...

I’ll see myself out.
PP0213/10/2019 16:26

I've the older one of this. I've just spent 4 days cleaning the double …I've the older one of this. I've just spent 4 days cleaning the double garage out - it's literally sucked up a dozen dwarf taratulas* *I'm talking about size, not actual species....


Dwarfs are not a different species.
Will John Lewis price match this?
PP0213/10/2019 16:26

I've the older one of this. I've just spent 4 days cleaning the double …I've the older one of this. I've just spent 4 days cleaning the double garage out - it's literally sucked up a dozen dwarf taratulas*, and hundreds of other random house spiders and quite a few spider nests full of white egg sac things. Most spiders were shot to death inside the vacuum by random screws and nails that were laying about. Frankly speaking, Ripley can keep the flamethrower - I'll take a Miele Vacuum against fachuggers anyday. *I'm talking about size, not actual species....



Terminator of arachnids!
TheGreatPoobarr13/10/2019 18:06

Got an older version of this I bought when we moved into our current place …Got an older version of this I bought when we moved into our current place 12 years ago. It just will not die. It's sucked up rubble after we moved a wall and just keeps going. When it does eventually die it'll absolutely be replaced with another Miele.


Mine lasted nearly ten years. Replaced with another Miele.
Had one of these for years and still going strong!! Good price for a great product
If you want a powerful cylinder vacuum the £35 Titan wet and dry model should do - it's 1300w as wet and dry vacuums are excluded from the 900w consumer power limit
Have this model and its the best, and cleanest, vacuum i have ever owned. well worth this money
kooks6513/10/2019 18:06

I had a miele upright and up to a few months ago I would have recommended …I had a miele upright and up to a few months ago I would have recommended them but when I needed a repair their customer service was a disgrace, it was sent away for 12 days when I got it back I used it for 10 minutes and it stopped working, I called them and asked for their 'escalations' team to call me back, I'm still waiting three weeks on, tomorrow I will call again.


But their famous reliability backed up by 1st class customer service. I'm shocked
winnie198514/10/2019 02:06

Will John Lewis price match this?


i don't see it on their website, in fact, i can't see this model anywhere but currys, not even the miele website. does anyone know if currys have given this a different name? is it the complete c3 powerline model?
kooks6513/10/2019 18:06

I had a miele upright and up to a few months ago I would have recommended …I had a miele upright and up to a few months ago I would have recommended them but when I needed a repair their customer service was a disgrace, it was sent away for 12 days when I got it back I used it for 10 minutes and it stopped working, I called them and asked for their 'escalations' team to call me back, I'm still waiting three weeks on, tomorrow I will call again.


Yeh the vacuum itself is fantastic but getting hold of customer service for a replacement part was a nightmare.
black.knight14/10/2019 08:10

But their famous reliability backed up by 1st class customer service. I'm …But their famous reliability backed up by 1st class customer service. I'm shocked


So was I, when my washer broke down last year they were fantastic, I guess I got lucky or there have been changes in the company, look here too uk.trustpilot.com/rev….uk
Can I ask I really daft question! I currently have a Miele similar to this but it’s a 2200w model. Is the suction on this then going the be poor compared to my old one?
I have a very similar Miele model which I've had nearly 3 years and it's superb, better than the Bosch it replaced (which itself was good). The suction is superb despite it being lower wattage than the Bosch. Solidly made and thoughtful design makes it easy to use and durable. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend one. The Bosch is now relegated to the garage for vacuuming out the car and the work bench etc.
anybody else seriously hate vacuuming? its the worst house chore
ClaireMcrory14/10/2019 11:51

Can I ask I really daft question! I currently have a Miele similar to this …Can I ask I really daft question! I currently have a Miele similar to this but it’s a 2200w model. Is the suction on this then going the be poor compared to my old one?


I have 2 older Miele cleaners and this powerline. One of the older ones is 2200w. The newer one is this powerline in red (bought on a Miele honoured mistake deal on here for £109) I would actually say the newer one is more powerful. This is a great deal.
TheChiefExecutive14/10/2019 13:18

I have 2 older Miele cleaners and this powerline. One of the older ones is …I have 2 older Miele cleaners and this powerline. One of the older ones is 2200w. The newer one is this powerline in red (bought on a Miele honoured mistake deal on here for £109) I would actually say the newer one is more powerful. This is a great deal.


Thank you. I keep looking at sharks etc but the Miele has been great but sounds like it’s taking off now!
I recently bought this from Argos at £200. If I were to buy this at Currys and take it back to Argos with the Argos receipt would I get away it?
ClaireMcrory14/10/2019 13:48

Thank you. I keep looking at sharks etc but the Miele has been great but …Thank you. I keep looking at sharks etc but the Miele has been great but sounds like it’s taking off now!


A friend has a Shark and bought it round. It looks impressive and has a lot of suck. But then I watched them empty it - and was instantly much less impressed. No need to get so intimate with your dirt with a bagged Miele. The Shark is also more expensive than this. And for me the real test is - how long will it last? I've had one of my Miele vacuums 20 years - and it's still going strong. Plenty of Dyson owners enjoy a short-lived affair. Miele's keep on going in my experience (never owned a Dyson, nor would I).
Looks to be an even bigger bargain than the stated 13%. Currys' website shows £160 saving on original £299 price.

By the way Topcashback currently offering 8% cashback in Miele products bought from Currys.
Edited by: "mythbuster" 14th Oct 2019
Is this likely to get cheaper on Black Friday?
dioxyde014/10/2019 12:18

anybody else seriously hate vacuuming? its the worst house chore


I genuinely enjoy it. I quite like cleaning in general though.
dave_10114/10/2019 13:52

I recently bought this from Argos at £200. If I were to buy this at …I recently bought this from Argos at £200. If I were to buy this at Currys and take it back to Argos with the Argos receipt would I get away it?


Argos usually place their own barcode sticker on the product box. The new one you buy won't have that. Might be an issue.
Is the pet version on offer (dog hairs... Not the Mrs )
jas95aero14/10/2019 17:45

Is the pet version on offer (dog hairs... Not the Mrs )


Miele outlet has The Cat and Dog Complete C2 version for £169 (list £270) - free delivery. Here is the link - phone them, they're very helpful. All vacuum cleaners are unused. This is A grade.
application.miele.co.uk/res…pdf
Edited by: "TheChiefExecutive" 14th Oct 2019
TheChiefExecutive14/10/2019 18:41

Miele outlet has The Cat and Dog Complete C2 version for £169 (list £270) - …Miele outlet has The Cat and Dog Complete C2 version for £169 (list £270) - free delivery. Here is the link - phone them, they're very helpful. All vacuum cleaners are unused. This is A grade.http://application.miele.co.uk/resources/pdf/MieleOutletPricelist.pdf


Saying that isn't the difference just the brush head?
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