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Up to 58% Miele Vacuums (Refurbished)

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[eBay.ca] Up to 58% Miele Vacuums (Refurbished)

eBay having good discounts on Miele vacuums - Certified Refurbished

German engineering with 2 year warranty.


https://www.ebay.ca/itm/393500013611

https://www.ebay.ca/itm/174751140703

https://www.ebay.ca/itm/393500269996

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Oct 21, 2019
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Maybe I can upgrade from my 1998 Miele vacuum
Newbie
Apr 17, 2020
31 posts
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Ughh.. bagged vacuums..

someone please cure my ignorance and convince me why I should go for bagged over bagless?

I'm in a studio and looking for something that won't break the bank, has good suction (pause) and durable.
Jr. Member
Mar 12, 2022
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IbrahimY261 wrote: Ughh.. bagged vacuums..

someone please cure my ignorance and convince me why I should go for bagged over bagless?

I'm in a studio and looking for something that won't break the bank, has good suction (pause) and durable.
Miele has the best canister vacuum in the market. However, it might be a little overkill for a studio or apartment. You'd be better off with a cordless Dyson.
Walmart has a good deal on one right now.
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IbrahimY261 wrote: Ughh.. bagged vacuums..

someone please cure my ignorance and convince me why I should go for bagged over bagless?

I'm in a studio and looking for something that won't break the bank, has good suction (pause) and durable.
The main benefit over bagless is the improved filtration - very beneficial if you have allergies or respiratory issues. Yes, there is a cost associated with that, but it is not as if you will be using/throwing out a bag with each cleaning session. Many people only wind up using something like one bag per quarter, or even 1-2 per year, depending on how often you vacuum and the size of the space. You can tell the vacuum is much better sealed compared to a Dyson by how little dust there is on the exterior of the unit after you use it. My Dyson cordless is filthy by comparison. Mieles are built a lot better too - they are like tanks and Dyson is like a Fisher - Price toy by comparison.

The second benefit is that if you / yourself significant other are squeamish when it comes to insects / spiders you might come across, you just vacuum them up and it's done and taken care of.
Sr. Member
Apr 8, 2011
516 posts
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Calgary
Going from a Dyson POS to a Miele, can confirm that there is no comparison in all aspects of quality. Honestly, it's like a BMW vs a 80's Lada.
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Dec 1, 2008
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toguy wrote: The main benefit over bagless is the improved filtration - very beneficial if you have allergies or respiratory issues. Yes, there is a cost associated with that, but it is not as if you will be using/throwing out a bag with each cleaning session. Many people only wind up using something like one bag per quarter, or even 1-2 per year, depending on how often you vacuum and the size of the space. You can tell the vacuum is much better sealed compared to a Dyson by how little dust there is on the exterior of the unit after you use it. My Dyson cordless is filthy by comparison. Mieles are built a lot better too - they are like tanks and Dyson is like a Fisher - Price toy by comparison.

The second benefit is that if you / yourself significant other are squeamish when it comes to insects / spiders you might come across, you just vacuum them up and it's done and taken care of.
Absolutely agree. Can't beat the convenience of a Dyson stick but Miele is top notch when it comes to actually capturing dirt/dust. Great find OP.
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Oct 6, 2007
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We bought the Complete C3 from this seller (vacuumwarehouse-ca) in the fall and are very happy with the experience. Great vacuum, too.
Sr. Member
May 5, 2006
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Unghgh I do not need another vacuum. I just WANT another vacuum. (If I could get away with the $220 model I'd go for it, but I'm stressing about the $450 one haha.
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Our two Miele's were both from costco, and still going strong prob almost 10 years now.

I'd skip the ones with the air powered powerhead and make sure you get an electric one. We have one of each and I find with pets the air one just gets tangled up too easily.

Bags arent super cheap but they last for months depending on what you're cleaning up.
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Apr 17, 2020
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toguy wrote: The main benefit over bagless is the improved filtration - very beneficial if you have allergies or respiratory issues. Yes, there is a cost associated with that, but it is not as if you will be using/throwing out a bag with each cleaning session. Many people only wind up using something like one bag per quarter, or even 1-2 per year, depending on how often you vacuum and the size of the space. You can tell the vacuum is much better sealed compared to a Dyson by how little dust there is on the exterior of the unit after you use it. My Dyson cordless is filthy by comparison. Mieles are built a lot better too - they are like tanks and Dyson is like a Fisher - Price toy by comparison.

The second benefit is that if you / yourself significant other are squeamish when it comes to insects / spiders you might come across, you just vacuum them up and it's done and taken care of.
Fantastic answer. Now shut-up and take my upvote!
Newbie
Apr 17, 2020
31 posts
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toguy wrote: The main benefit over bagless is the improved filtration - very beneficial if you have allergies or respiratory issues. Yes, there is a cost associated with that, but it is not as if you will be using/throwing out a bag with each cleaning session. Many people only wind up using something like one bag per quarter, or even 1-2 per year, depending on how often you vacuum and the size of the space. You can tell the vacuum is much better sealed compared to a Dyson by how little dust there is on the exterior of the unit after you use it. My Dyson cordless is filthy by comparison. Mieles are built a lot better too - they are like tanks and Dyson is like a Fisher - Price toy by comparison.

The second benefit is that if you / yourself significant other are squeamish when it comes to insects / spiders you might come across, you just vacuum them up and it's done and taken care of.
Fantastic answer. Now shut-up and take my upvote!
Member
Nov 28, 2010
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Kicking myself for missing the Black Friday and Boxing Day deal on the C3 Limited Edition.

Still might bite since things only seem to go up in price...
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Dec 1, 2007
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ww wrote: Kicking myself for missing the Black Friday and Boxing Day deal on the C3 Limited Edition.

Still might bite since things only seem to go up in price...
Do you happen to remember the BF/BD deal details? I searched the forums and couldn’t find anything.
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Oct 6, 2007
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turkishdelyte wrote: Do you happen to remember the BF/BD deal details? I searched the forums and couldn’t find anything.
C3 Limited was $279.99 + GST = $293.99. I bought one.
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Nov 28, 2010
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smacd wrote: C3 Limited was $279.99 + GST = $293.99. I bought one.
Yep and some were lucky to have a 20% off certified refurbished ebay items coupon from their RBC Visa card bringing it even lower.

The $50 difference between Black Friday and now might just be inflation as everything has gone up recently.
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Aug 21, 2017
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Ordered one yesterday (red C3) and it just arrived. Seller is on the ball at least.
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Mar 21, 2010
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Excellent price! I paid $650+tax from Costco for the C3 complete last month when it was on sale. I'm really happy with the vacuum. It's a nice compliment to my V8 Dyson.

The Miele replaced our Husky central vacuum which was a pain to use with a huge 30foot pipe you had to lug around.

The only complaint I have for the mile is that the powered brush head doesn't have height adjustment. On carpet runners I have to lower the suction power to vacuum because at full power the suction is too strong and I can't push the head forward.
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ww wrote: Yep and some were lucky to have a 20% off certified refurbished ebay items coupon from their RBC Visa card bringing it even lower.

The $50 difference between Black Friday and now might just be inflation as everything has gone up recently.
I was fortunate to purchase the Miele Complete C3 Tayberry Limited Edition Vacuum end of Nov. with Visa discount for $260.39.
Very happy as I seldom get deals like this.

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