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Post# 406983   3/20/2019 at 12:58 (186 days old) by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        

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I haven't really seen much talk about this. But here's a quick video I did at the VDTA on the bagless Miele.
Now at first bagless Miele seems counterintuitive.
But really the whole idea is that you consider a bagged vacuum right next to a bagless vacuum. This ends up being the gateway drug to other Miele vacuums.
At least that's how it was explained by Miele in their press release.
I personally don't think it has much use past that and future collectability for its unusual design. Thought that you all would enjoy ! Also in before "Kirby is best vacuum"
VDTA Video




Miele US release video









Post# 406988 , Reply# 1   3/20/2019 at 15:38 (186 days old) by DesiredName (Utah)        
Nice Video!

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That single stage cyclone almost reminds me of a certain brand of vacuum, I can't think of the name right now. I think its named after some sort of sea creature. :) An interesting vacuum for sure.

Post# 406990 , Reply# 2   3/20/2019 at 17:31 (186 days old) by Mike811 (Finland)        

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Miele most likely wanted to keep the cyclone simple because the multi cyclone vacuums are terrible at airflow and suction.
If the single cyclone system is done right it works well.
Everyone seems to think that more cyclones are better.
Yes they are better to steal the motor power for just spin the dirt in the multiple cyclones.
Multi cyclonic bin system is huge resistance for the motor and for its lifespan. Motor runs hot and its lifespan is shorter.


Post# 406996 , Reply# 3   3/20/2019 at 20:37 (185 days old) by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        

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@DesiredName thanks

@Mike811 Your definitely on to something,it runs just as cool as a normal hundred 110 volt Miele . Which tend to be on a little hotter side bagged for vacuum cleaners. But we all know their goal is to make it last 20 years/1000+ working hours no matter what their product is.


Post# 406999 , Reply# 4   3/20/2019 at 21:47 (185 days old) by DesiredName (Utah)        

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That's cool, it looks like it has good pre motor filtration. The self cheaning filter looks interesting. what type of motor do they use in these, it it a two stage design?

Post# 407012 , Reply# 5   3/21/2019 at 01:03 (185 days old) by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        

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@DesiredName it's the same single stage vortex motor Miele is using in the C3 canister.






The photo below is a fake 😂🤣 One day at work I set motor on top of a fan casing. I know we have all dreamed of this motor. 😎


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Post# 413178 , Reply# 6   8/28/2019 at 13:26 by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        

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Hade one more Video from the VDTA on the Turbo version of the Miele cx1


Post# 413259 , Reply# 7   8/31/2019 at 09:43 by dysonman1 (Missouri Ozarks)        

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I submitted an application to become a Miele dealer when I started my own store, as I wasn't sure exactly what I was going to sell (never Tacony stuff under ANY circumstances). My rep has been bugging me to place my initial order, I just am not sure of which models I would even want to sell. The don't make the Aquarius any longer. The model selection is very confusing - I know I don't want pigtail hoses with cords to plug in. The bagless machine looks cool. Never saw one in person. I need to see one before I order and actually clean with it. Don't want something I don't really like sitting around. If I love it, then I can sell it. Glad to know you like them.

Post# 413281 , Reply# 8   9/1/2019 at 09:06 by n0oxy (Saint Louis Missouri, United States)        
Miele jmodels

It used to be much simpler, the C1 series were full sized with a dial to adjust the speed and did not come with the Hepa filter out of the box though it was available. The C2 series was their compact series and the C3 series was their top of the line series with all of the bells and whistles. Once you decided which series you wanted, you could then choose a model that had the attachments you wanted, straight suction, turbo brush, electric power nozzle, etc. Recently things have gotten more complicated because some of the C1 models use the smaller bags, etc. If you want to sell the top brands, I would also look at becoming a dealer for Sebo.
Mike


Post# 413327 , Reply# 9   9/3/2019 at 09:46 by crazykirbydude (Lexington, KY)        

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Miele is just bagged Dyson. Change my mind. If I'm gonna buy German, I'm buying a Sebo.

Post# 413432 , Reply# 10   9/5/2019 at 14:40 by luxlife (Under a Pecan Tree)        

I've been holding off on this one because I was waiting to see long term reports on reliability.

Post# 414067 , Reply# 11   9/21/2019 at 00:17 by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        

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This came up today from va very reputable Miele dealer.

Apparently this is after 2 months of use.

As usual definitely not a lifetime filter!


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Post# 414069 , Reply# 12   9/21/2019 at 01:33 by tolivac (Greenville,NC)        

NASTY!!!--NASTY!!-no wonder why the Miele dealer in Greenville won't carry the bagless models in their stock!So SAD to see Miele go this route!Bet the filter STINKS,too!




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