Miele S6220 Cat & Dog 2000W Bagged Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner in Tayberry Red £149.99 @ co-op electrical
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Miele S6220 Cat & Dog 2000W Bagged Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner in Tayberry Red £149.99 @ co-op electrical

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Found 20th May 2013
Miele S6220 2000W Bagged Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner in Tayberry Red reduced by £80 to 149.99 inc delivery. Cat & Dog version.

I bought this cleaner only last week at 169.99 from currys when it was on offer there. It comes with the turbo head and is excellent for picking up those pesky pet hairs.

I believe this one is made in Germany unlike some Miele's so quality is right up there.

Unfortunately this has gone up to £159.99. Still a really good buy though in my opinion.

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Great price.

good price, similar price at amazon, worth a Flubit.com to get an even better price I guess?

Knocks the spots off Dysons which I had for years. I bought this model from co-op for same price last year. Brilliant vac. Don't know if it's still the case but there was the option of a 10 year guarantee for an extra £50, or like I was,you may be lucky enough to find a voucher in the box offering the same guarantee for only £30, which they will honour if you ring them up.

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paul29

Knocks the spots off Dysons which I had for years. I bought this model … Knocks the spots off Dysons which I had for years. I bought this model from co-op for same price last year. Brilliant vac. Don't know if it's still the case but there was the option of a 10 year guarantee for an extra £50, or like I was,you may be lucky enough to find a voucher in the box offering the same guarantee for only £30, which they will honour if you ring them up.



I agree it is excellent just wished I had waited a week and bought it at this price. Miele still do the £50 for 10 years warranty. The bags I bought direct from Miele's website at £15 for 8 bags plus filters.

Great price - heat added - Miele vacuum cleaners are superb and are so much better than scruffy, dusty bagless ones.

Superb If you need to renew jump at this Had Miele for years wouldn,t take any other brand even if offered for Nothing....

Great - our house is full of pesky cats and dogs I need to hoover up

I have a Miele vacuum which is excellent. However, we got a dog last year, and it's not so great with the dog hair. Will this one be that much better for this purpose? Any thoughts?

Good price btw, heat.

is Miele better of Dyson?

We've had the cat & dog Miele hoover for 7 years now (probably a different model from this) but can tell you it has never let us down, it's used 2-3 times a week & always performed as expected with very good results.

Best hoovers ever we had our three years and its just finished clearing up 3 months of kitchen distruction (walls down, plaster board dust , nails , etc) plus similar at our last house these really are 'all good'

I've had numerous Dyson's and never had an issue apart from the normal wear and tear.

However, not having used anything else in a while, please can you educate me as to why this would be any better?

I don't understand why Dyson's are so rubbish, they work, have good suction. But agreed, they are over priced.

Thanks,

G.
Edited by: "cava83" 20th May 2013

AMAZING VACUMME CLEANER!!! I bought myself, my mother, mother in law, my gran & my sister the previous model 5 years ago for £180 each. They are all used daily and never fail.

My grans new cleaner refused to use it tho and insisted she must use an upright.... Requesting an upright Dyson as that's what all her clients and her self use & being a professional cleaner they are better than anything else..... Any ways it lasted 18month and was useless in comparison!


I will say however, a £90 Henry is surprisingly brilliant also if you don't have pet hair to pick up!

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Steviebaby

I have a Miele vacuum which is excellent. However, we got a dog last … I have a Miele vacuum which is excellent. However, we got a dog last year, and it's not so great with the dog hair. Will this one be that much better for this purpose? Any thoughts?Good price btw, heat.



Depending on if you have cylinder type like this you could always pick up a turbo head. They are about £50 and makes it effortless when picking up pet hairs.

rob77

Depending on if you have cylinder type like this you could always pick up … Depending on if you have cylinder type like this you could always pick up a turbo head. They are about £50 and makes it effortless when picking up pet hairs.



I do! (have a cylinder type) I'll track down the turbo head. Many thanks my good man.

Best vacuum cleaner ever owned by a mile. Had this model nearly 7 years and not one problem with it.

Had 2 dysons and they were both broken within 18 months.

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Steviebaby

I do! (have a cylinder type) I'll track down the turbo head. Many thanks … I do! (have a cylinder type) I'll track down the turbo head. Many thanks my good man.



Do you know which model you have? The Miele website has a couple depending on which type miele.co.uk/acc…ads

cava83

I've had numerous Dyson's and never had an issue apart from the normal … I've had numerous Dyson's and never had an issue apart from the normal wear and tear.However, not having used anything else in a while, please can you educate me as to why this would be any better?I don't understand why Dyson's are so rubbish, they work, have good suction. But agreed, they are over priced.Thanks,G.



I do not think dysons are rubbish but their lower end kit which is still rather expensive (the only ones I have used) are all plasticy and rattle with noisy motors. The fit of the parts does not seem precise I suppose.

the Miele (I have the non cat and dog ver of this) really does fit together well with reassuring clicks, kind of like a Golf door closing, it just feels right. It is also very quiet on the lowest power settings, it has one for mats so they do not get sucked into it (mine does not have a roller brush). Even the powerful setting the motor is pretty quiet and the noise is more the air being sucked in that the machine itself.

Perhaps its anti snobbery snobbery as most folks will instantly disregard the Miele as it uses a bag, how can it be as good as a bagless system, it must stop sucking really quick as the Dyson cyclone never looses suction etc, the bags must fill quick as its a small unit and cost a fortune etc etc...

I can say it sucks like a champ, even without the brush rollers it picks up hair from the carpet and the bags seem to last an age and never looses performance that I notice, price wise I think its not bad at all as the bags last ages and with a Dyson you should buy new filters every so often, the bags act as this and it has a second filter that come with the bags also.

Its like everything really you need to try it and see if its for you. For us its performs perfectly, has not missed a beat in the 5 plus years we have used it, its tiny in comparison to uprights and nice and quiet.

I am sure the top end Dysons are similar but cost much more, I think these are under rated and over looked all too often.

by online and you have 7 days to decide

ZOLA_OT

is Miele better of Dyson?


Yes. Period.

I have had one of these vacuum cleaners for over 8 years, and I love it, and its still going strong, so much so I got myself a miele Washer Dryer, I hope that lasts as long

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simonspeakeasy

Yes. Period.



I totally agree having used both but be aware that some of the Miele's are now made in China. Someone tell me off if I am wrong but the S700 range that can be bought for a similar price to these and are sold at currys etc are Chinese. Also I couldn't even find the S700 range on the official Miele website.

This vacuum though can be found on the website and is of excellent built quality

cava83

I've had numerous Dyson's and never had an issue apart from the normal … I've had numerous Dyson's and never had an issue apart from the normal wear and tear.However, not having used anything else in a while, please can you educate me as to why this would be any better?I don't understand why Dyson's are so rubbish, they work, have good suction. But agreed, they are over priced.Thanks,G.



That's the thing about the Miele brand as you can see from the numerous posts here praising Miele.
You don't get "the normal wear and tear" on a Miele.
Our vac is about 15 years old and still going strong.
Word of advice - don't use any bags other than Miele.

geewhiz20

I have had one of these vacuum cleaners for over 8 years, and I love it, … I have had one of these vacuum cleaners for over 8 years, and I love it, and its still going strong, so much so I got myself a miele Washer Dryer, I hope that lasts as long



Not sure about the washer/dryer (more to go wrong!) but the washing machines are built to last 20 years

i know that dysons get bashed on here but i've had mine for well over 10 years and it's still going as good as the day i got it, i've used a couple of miele's at other peoples houses and they are good but i wouldn't say they hoover up that much better than my dyson
Edited by: "illy1965" 20th May 2013

The video on their website says this is great for a small home or as a secondary cleaner. Does anyone use this as a main cleaner for their home? What's it like? Although it's called a cat & dog, any reason why it couldn't be used as a "normal" cleaner?

Suggest you go with a sebo - 5 year warrant, and better build quality. Tried both at John Lewis , sebo is lighter and guy said is better . Can get this from amazon inc warrant, £30 cheaper than JL amazon.co.uk/Seb…38E

fas702

Suggest you go with a sebo - 5 year warrant, and better build quality. … Suggest you go with a sebo - 5 year warrant, and better build quality. Tried both at John Lewis , sebo is lighter and guy said is better . Can get this from amazon inc warrant, £30 cheaper than JL http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sebo-KOMFORT-Cylinder-Vacuum-Cleaner/dp/B000ND938E


Yuk no. Meile for draggables.
Sebo makes the best uprights, end of.

Great VAC, same price at Amazon and benefit from their amazing returns

Thanks OP, have some heat. I've been looking to replace my Dyson with a Miele for some time (Dyson on its 2nd motor - but the extension tube is clip broken and no spares are available).

Thanks OP, however I have bought from Amazon for the same price but thanks for the heads up!!!

Tesco sold the DC26 multifloor at the same price a while back but I missed out. I know the reviews favour the Miele so am tempted but worried about the extra weight, I am very petite and so looking for a Hoover I can easily manoeuvre.

had our cat and dog miele for 5 years still running great.

just noticed a link on JL site, £50 for 10 year guarantee: johnlewis.scene7.com/is/…pdf

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lovethynumber

Tesco sold the DC26 multifloor at the same price a while back but I … Tesco sold the DC26 multifloor at the same price a while back but I missed out. I know the reviews favour the Miele so am tempted but worried about the extra weight, I am very petite and so looking for a Hoover I can easily manoeuvre.



Dyson DC26 5.2kg
Miele s6220 5.8kg

So not a great deal of difference plus I am betting that the Miele will be better quality and last longer.

Thanks Op been been looking for one of these at a decent price,anyone know where to get replacement bags and does this come with any,i presume it does

spitroast

Don't forget Quidcio 2% all helps

spitroast

if I needed a Hoover, I'd buy this one

If I needed a Hoover, I'd buy this one

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spit roast

Thanks Op been been looking for one of these at a decent price,anyone … Thanks Op been been looking for one of these at a decent price,anyone know where to get replacement bags and does this come with any,i presume it does spitroast



It comes with one bag plus filters. I found the miele website the cheapest for bags. £15 for 8 bags plus 2 sets of filters.

I have had this one for about 7 years and its still going, the flex cord split near the plug but repaired this. I got the s8000 2200w one now as well and it literally sucks the carpet off the grippers. Fearsome.

Just ordered one for my Mum, she has had enough of £60 vacuums lasting 1-2 years then breaking down.
Advice on replacement bags, has anyone used unofficial bags off of ebay, are they any good? Or is it worth paying the extra for genuine Miele ones?
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