[Costco] Miele Complete C3 Canister Vacuum $339
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- $50 off
- October 14, 2019
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Oct 10th, 2019 10:59 pm
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This C3 model is basically good for hard floors only. It does come with a "universal floor" attachment which let's you clean short pile rug but it isn't effective. It's much lighter and perfect for hard-floors, everything is the same except the "handle" as the latter is a electrical handle that works well for carpet.
Oct 12th, 2019 10:39 am
with Miele vacuums they essentially are different based on the series itself (e.g. c1 vs c2 and C3) and within those series what floor nozzles they come with.
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I have some low pile carpets at my house and the Air-driven turbo floor head that comes with this vacuum is actually very good on carpet. Sure it's not as good as the powerline head but unless you have some high pile carpets it works pretty well.randyxrandy wrote: ↑ This C3 model is basically good for hard floors only. It does come with a "universal floor" attachment which let's you clean short pile rug but it isn't effective. It's much lighter and perfect for hard-floors, everything is the same except the "handle" as the latter is a electrical handle that works well for carpet.
The other high-end C3 model (C3 total care $850 or the C3 excellence $599 deal) comes with a powerline handle and a carpet attachment worth roughly $200 on its own. This is the model you want if you have carpet,rugs and wood. The handle is heavier btw, roughly 5-10lb because its a electrical handle.
I have both of those, C3 blue cannisters for my condo (hard floor only) and a C3 total care blue for my house (carpet). Hope that helps!
Oct 12th, 2019 10:52 pm
We've owned my C3 vacuum for 2 years now and am only on the third bag. The bags hold A LOT of debris. I would not dare use any third party bags, because if the bags puncture or don't attach correctly, it's going to destroy the motor. The Miele bags are not "bags", they're SUPER thick. I have no idea how the vacuum can even generate enough suction to suck everything into the bag. But it does...
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Oct 14th, 2019 10:38 am
This one I bought says made in Germany
Oct 14th, 2019 11:57 am
Oct 14th, 2019 11:59 am
they do have the upright in the states and in the UK, called S7.scotsum wrote: ↑ Love Miele vacs but wonder why Miele doesn't seem to sell upright vacs anymore. My 10yr old Miele upright works great for carpet & my Tineco (sub any good cordless or Dyson if u have lots of moolah) cordless keeps everything spotless.
Don't get me wrong as the Miele upright does a great job on wood flrs as well but a good cordless does a comparable job + much more convenient with less time spend on cord mgmt.