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Miele Blizzard Airflow
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Post# 391396   5/1/2018 at 16:30 by blackheart (North Dakota)        

As thought it is indeed inferior to the bagged models. The interesting thing is it didn't lose as much at the wand or power nozzle as the bagged models despite having the same wand and nozzle as my brilliant.

The airflow at the base was measured by a Baird meter, so the airflow was estimated. I didn't realize this until after I had left.

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Post# 391455 , Reply# 1   5/2/2018 at 14:14 by Mike811 (Finland)        

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Baird 3.5 (77 cfm) from end of the hose. I guess cyclone eats the typical 20 cfm. Most powerful bagless vacuum what I have tested was the Electrolux UltraFlex canister with 2100 watt motor. It pulled baird 5 (85 cfm) from end of the hose.

Post# 391490 , Reply# 2   5/3/2018 at 12:10 by Mike811 (Finland)        

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Miele C3 103 cfm
Miele Blizzard 77 cfm
But thanks for these measurements. Very interesting to see :)

Post# 391493 , Reply# 3   5/3/2018 at 14:13 by blackheart (North Dakota)        
You're welcome

I think we knew it was going to be weaker but yeah it's a little worse than thought.I honestly don't know why anyone would purchase one when the bagged units are not only stronger but more hygenic.

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