Thread Number: 43522  /  Tag: Brand New Vacuum Cleaners
I want a new Miele bagged model
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Post# 454527   7/7/2022 at 05:23 (511 days old) by eniot (NL)        

Does anyone have an idea if Miele is developing a new bagged canister model? The IFA 2022 in Berlin starts begin September and I was hoping Miele would introduce a new bagged model. The S8/C3 model has already been here since 2011. I mean, come on!

Post# 454530 , Reply# 1   7/7/2022 at 08:41 (511 days old) by tekjunkie28 (Western Va)        

I am curious too but is there anything wrong with the old units?

Post# 454543 , Reply# 2   7/7/2022 at 16:41 (510 days old) by eurekaprince (Montreal, Canada)        

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I love my C3….my only complaint is that I prefer to have two large regular wheels at the rear which can more easily roll over the cord on a bare floor. The little swivel wheels are too small to roll over the card on a bare floor - I am constantly going back to lift the canister off the ground to get it unstuck from the cord on the floor…very frustrating. I never need to move my canister sideways so the swivel wheels on the rear are unnecessary, in my opinion. Much prefer the large diameter wheels Miele has on their new compact bagless canister…I think it’s called the Boost.

Post# 454559 , Reply# 3   7/8/2022 at 06:06 (510 days old) by eniot (NL)        

There's nothing wrong with the old units; I just want a new one!

About the wheels: on the one hand, those swivel castors are amazing; you can easily ride the Miele on those wheels in any directions; with the Boost canister wheels it will be a bit more of a hassle.

Anyhow: can't wait!

Post# 454598 , Reply# 4   7/8/2022 at 23:49 (509 days old) by panasonicvac (Northern Utah)        

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I'm sure they're working to develop a successor version of the C3. But in order for it to happen, the newer variant needs to be overall better than the C3.

If I want a new bagged model from Miele, it'd be another upright. I think it was a mistake for Miele getting rid of their S7/U1 uprights without having a successor version. Upright vacuums are very popular over here in the US and it wouldn't surprise me if some of their sales tanked because of it.

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