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Electrolux EL4335B Ultra Flex Canister Vacuum, Watermelon Red $229.99 fs @ ebay

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  • On/off Brush roll switch and 3-level height adjustment
  • Motion control system
  • Adjustable suction power
  • 33-Ft. Reach system
  • HEPA filter



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I thing this is the one my Mom wants. She loves the canister vac kind.
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Very light weight at 11.6 pounds, great suction (12 amps) and $35 less than the lowest (and current) price on Amazon.

Just not sure how this compares to other bagless canister vacuums that sell around this price point...
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Very light weight at 11.6 pounds, great suction (12 amps) and $35 less than the lowest (and current) price on Amazon.

Just not sure how this compares to other bagless canister vacuums that sell around this price point...

MSRP is $500 Pleaselaugh out loud but the lowest I have seen it is ~$280 ! and it really sucks ! Peace
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when I said "it really sucks" - I meant it in a good (vacuum) way Peace
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I use the folex mixture on my carpet to keep it clean as new. This is not a deal for you. if you need the carpet machine go to the goodwill shop they have used machine certified for
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I've owned this for almost a year now. Still running strong. The rolling brush is great for carpets. Just need to periodically clean the filters and brushes. The biggest downside is it's weight but it's a canister vacuum. I use this on my 2nd/3rd floor carpets. My housekeeper prefers using my other $30 lightweight vacuum on hardwood floors on my first floor.
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Anyone know if this is better then the Miele canister vacuum?
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Anyone know if this is better then the Miele canister vacuum?
No. I would suggest Miele or riccar if the price is right. This is a high end eureka. Bagged vac better for allergies. Miele and riccar are repairable and under normal use, last a lifetime. Electrolux is disposable, replace in 7-10 yrs. I always suggest people go to a vacuum store, look at the back room and see all the repairs. It's all Dyson, Electrolux, hoover, etc.
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No. I would suggest Miele or riccar if the price is right. This is a high end eureka. Bagged vac better for allergies. Miele and riccar are repairable and under normal use, last a lifetime. Electrolux is disposable, replace in 7-10 yrs. I always suggest people go to a vacuum store, look at the back room and see all the repairs. It's all Dyson, Electrolux, hoover, etc.
I wonder why that is.. I haven't seen many Miele vacuums out there, so there aught to be less being repaired.

Miele makes sense if it's in this price range, but it isn't. It's overpriced out here. It makes sense to own Miele in Europe where they're considerably cheaper, not in the US.

This is a good brand from the experience I have with it.

Source: always had a Miele vacuüm in my home country, then got AEG by Electrolux. Not looking back.
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I wonder why that is.. I haven't seen many Miele vacuums out there, so there aught to be less being repaired.

Miele makes sense if it's in this price range, but it isn't. It's overpriced out here. It makes sense to own Miele in Europe where they're considerably cheaper, not in the US.

This is a good brand from the experience I have with it.

Source: always had a Miele vacuüm in my home country, then got AEG by Electrolux. Not looking back.
Yea. I've never seen anybody with a miele.
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Yea. I've never seen anybody with a miele.
I don't know anyone with an Electrolux. If your thinking Electrolux from the 70s, this is not the same company.
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Yea. I've never seen anybody with a miele.
In the Chicago area where I live, there is a vacuum store (yes that's right...just vacuums). I learned way more about vacuums than I'd ever want to know. We picked up a Miele and it is literally the best vacuum we have ever tried. And like people said, it is fully repairable and should last nearly a lifetime. It's worth it!
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I wonder why that is.. I haven't seen many Miele vacuums out there, so there aught to be less being repaired.

Miele makes sense if it's in this price range, but it isn't. It's overpriced out here. It makes sense to own Miele in Europe where they're considerably cheaper, not in the US.

This is a good brand from the experience I have with it.

Source: always had a Miele vacuüm in my home country, then got AEG by Electrolux. Not looking back.
As an expert in the field and owning a residential cleaning business, I know my vacuums and know the dealers. We only use those 2 brands after years of experience with every brand. We get 10 yrs out of these brands with daily abuse all day long. We run them around 5-6 hours a day 5 days a week. Riccar is our go to brand, dealers call us when they are ready to sell display models. Miele is more expensive, but not better imo.
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I don't know anyone with an Electrolux. If your thinking Electrolux from the 70s, this is not the same company.
Electrolux is sold in Walmart.
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