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Miele FJM or GN Allergy XL HyClean 3D - 8 Bags & 1 HEPA filter £29.99 delivered (excludes N. Ireland) @ Miele UK

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Posted 22nd AprEdited by:"TopTrump"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Miele Allergy XL Pack HyClean 3D Efficiency 8 dustbags and 1 HEPA AirClean filter at a discount price

  • Maximum air hygiene with HEPA AirClean filter
  • Highest level of efficiency when vacuuming with a low wattage
  • Longer service life with 3D dustbag technology
  • Clean bag replacement thanks to automatic bag closure
  • 8 dustbags, 2 motor protection filters, 1 HEPA filter HA50 (which when otherwise sold separately Miele currently charges a spicy £33.99 for)

available in both FJM or GN flavours.
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pentaya22/04/2020 13:59

By any chance do they fit for Henry?


Errrm, didn't King Henry denounce Count Miele's rule in Yewropp and banish them from the kingdom of Numatic?
I don't think they would suddenly start cooperating.

Nope, completely different makes, sizes, mouldings. Nothing in common between the two brands.
Try Numatic direct, a pack of ten for £9.98 delivered (or pack of 30 from Argos for £24.99 click n collect) or these guys for aftermarket varieties or any other other spare parts you might be after.

I guess it would make an excellent COVID mask sellotaped over one's face.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 22nd Apr
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By any chance do they fit for Henry?
pentaya22/04/2020 13:59

By any chance do they fit for Henry?


Errrm, didn't King Henry denounce Count Miele's rule in Yewropp and banish them from the kingdom of Numatic?
I don't think they would suddenly start cooperating.

Nope, completely different makes, sizes, mouldings. Nothing in common between the two brands.
Try Numatic direct, a pack of ten for £9.98 delivered (or pack of 30 from Argos for £24.99 click n collect) or these guys for aftermarket varieties or any other other spare parts you might be after.

I guess it would make an excellent COVID mask sellotaped over one's face.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 22nd Apr
pentaya22/04/2020 13:59

By any chance do they fit for Henry?


no, miele are good though, esp when amazon do them on special.
pentaya22/04/2020 13:59

By any chance do they fit for Henry?


Why would you want them to? The genuine Henry HEPA ones are less than £1 each when on offer!
This seems a good deal as I'm pretty sure the HEPA filter block costs £20+ on it's own usually. Voted hot. Cheers OP
Edited by: "goldenshepherd" 22nd Apr
Same concept but with a SF-AA50 Active AirClean Filter (anti odour as fitted to Cat&Dog versions) instead, available from Amazon for £28.49.

GN version here
Edited by: "TopTrump" 22nd Apr
Good price.

Hepa filter normally £20
Eight bags normally £16-20
Good price. Paid this price for filter and only 4 bags
TopTrump22/04/2020 16:09

Same concept but with a SF-AA50 Active AirClean Filter (anti odour as …Same concept but with a SF-AA50 Active AirClean Filter (anti odour as fitted to Cat&Dog versions) instead, available from Amazon for £28.49.GN version here


Good spot!

For the extra £1.50, I prefer the HEPA filter but not everyone will feel the same.
Seems as good a place as any to ask. I got some generic Miele bags and filters for my C3 (these guys - amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1) and have been having some issues. Are they best typically avoided in favour of genuine Miele bags? The issue I'm seeing seems like a blockage, but I can't find any - the little red warning bar is half way up with the vacuum on, but not against anything.
Sean.OConnell23/04/2020 10:34

Seems as good a place as any to ask. I got some generic Miele bags and …Seems as good a place as any to ask. I got some generic Miele bags and filters for my C3 (these guys - https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B084G85L38/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) and have been having some issues. Are they best typically avoided in favour of genuine Miele bags? The issue I'm seeing seems like a blockage, but I can't find any - the little red warning bar is half way up with the vacuum on, but not against anything.



You've illustrated the reason I get the genuine bags.
They use a multi layer construction which means the air is filtered that much better before hitting the pre-motor and then the post motor filters.
They also employ these central ribbon guides which act like a tombola machine for dust entering the bag. The result is that dust gets scattered evenly around inside the bag. This means that dirt and dust doesn't get concentrated in one place where the air is most likely to travel out, which would result in reduced suction.
I've never seen it before on other brands, but it means you get close to maximum capacity usage from each bag and it's damned clever and it means you don't witness a noticeable loss of suction as the bag fills.

Here's a Miele infomercial on how their Hycleane bags are designed to work.
These first gen Hyclean bags had 9 distinct layers. The Hyclene 3D bags on sale with this deal, offer an improvement in the material to allow better airflow to counter the EU imposed reduced motor wattages. The construction differs slightly from the 1st gen Hyclean, but all the same principles are still in force.
Miele infomercial on their Hyclean 3D bags


This guy demonstrates how he reuses his Miele bags (I wouldn't recommend it, but it's your dollar, so if you want, it's your choice)
Notice those tagliatelle like things inside the bag? They're the dust ribbons/guides.


Cheaper bags, I know from experience using them on a Vax I have, all the dirt typically collects at one central point which means at less than half full, the bag needs to be chucked out to maintain maximum suction performance. For gathering dust bunnies and hard floors less than maximum suction will still get the job done, but for cleaning carpets, every single bit of suction counts.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 23rd Apr
TopTrump23/04/2020 10:55

You've illustrated the reason I get the genuine bags.They use a 9 layer …You've illustrated the reason I get the genuine bags.They use a 9 layer construction which means the air is filtered that much better before hitting the pre-motor and then the post motor filters.They also employ these central ribbon guides which act like a tombola machine for dust entering the bag. The result is that dust gets scattered evenly around inside the bag. This means that dirt and dust doesn't get concentrated in one place where the air is most likely to travel out, which would result in reduced suction.I've never seen it before on other brands, but it means you get close to maximum capacity usage from each bag and it's damned clever and it means you don't witness a noticeable loss of suction as the bag fills.Here's a Miele infomercial on how their Hyclene bags are designed to work.These first gen had distinct layers, these Hyclene 3D bags offer an improvement in the material to allow better airflow to counter the EU imposed reduced motor wattages. The construction differs slightly from the 1st gen Hyclene, but all the same principles are still in force.Miele infomercial on their Hyclean 3D bagsThis guy demonstrates how he reuses his Miele bags (I wouldn't recommend it, but it's your dollar, so if you want, it's your choice)Notice those tagliatelle like things inside the bag? They're the dust ribbons guides.Cheaper bags, I know from experience using them on a Vax I have, all the dirt typically collects at one central point which means at less than half full, the bag needs to be chucked out to maintain maximum suction performance. For gathering dust bunnies and hard floors less than maximum suction will still get the job done, but for cleaning carpets, every single bit of suction counts.


Now that's a response - thanks TopTrump!
Sean.OConnell23/04/2020 11:22

Now that's a response - thanks TopTrump!


No worries.

The difference between Hyclean and Hyclean 3D is a very subtle packaging change, unless you're looking for it, you probably won't spot the difference. When first released the pack would state a 20% improvement and the word 3D, but the % improvement is being gradually phased out as a packaging identifier.

Online retailers offering deals on Miele bags, often are selling the older tech Hyclean's.

Don't get me wrong, they're still good, but nicht as gut as their revised 3D approach the EU ruling must have spurred them on to develop.

If you find the non 3Ds on a good deal (£6 or less for a 4pack), they're still worth grabbing some to have.

Kenco spares do just the GN bags loose for good prices if you buy more than 8 at a time but you'll need to source your own pre-motor and post motor filters.
I posted a recent in store deal by Marks Electrical, for the complete bundle pack of 4 FJM 3D Hyclean bags plus the pre/post filters for £4.99, but that's long gone, now £12.

Keep your eyes open when Robert Dyas run promotions. They stock these items at the normal price, but every so often, you might be able to take advantage of a price reduction plus a voucher promo they may be running.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 23rd Apr
I'm just seeing 'Currently unavailable online' for GN - have you guys had to call in?
parcher2323/04/2020 12:45

I'm just seeing 'Currently unavailable online' for GN - have you guys had …I'm just seeing 'Currently unavailable online' for GN - have you guys had to call in?


Sold out already? Wow!
Seems they're promoting the call us option for both the GN or FJM options.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 24th Apr
parcher2323/04/2020 12:45

I'm just seeing 'Currently unavailable online' for GN - have you guys had …I'm just seeing 'Currently unavailable online' for GN - have you guys had to call in?



Back in stock online...
Edited by: "TopTrump" 24th Apr
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