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Miele Compact C2 Topaz Canister Vacuum: $399.91

This is older version, replaced ~6 months ago by C2 Electro+ model (currently $599.99 on Amazon), only difference is the bigger power button

This vac is entirely made and assembled in Germany vs. other Miele (e.g. C1 line)

I am a Dyson to Miele convert (wish vacuum manufacturers went back to bagged for all vacs!). I don't have this particular model (didn't need electro powered brush head, no carpet only hardwood), but currently have a couple other Mieles.
  • 7 year warranty for the motor. It's suction power is far superior, and it's far cleaner and quieter than Dyson
  • yes, it's bagged (but 1 bag lasts a while) - but it's worth it to not deal w/ emptying a canister and having dirt and other dust particles flying everywhere and digging into canister to get all dirt out (I dreaded emptying Dyson vacs)
C2 line (versus C1): only look at C2 and C3 from Miele: these are completely sealed so all air has to pass through the dust bag, pre-motor filter and HEPA exhaust filter. Air and dust cannot leak out before the air is cleaned by the HEPA filter. The dust bag has a special door at its inlet which closes to help prevent dust from puffing into the air during disposal.

Miele Compact C2 Topaz vacuum cleaner features an Electro Comfort electro brush ideal for cleaning low to medium pile carpeting, rugs and smooth flooring. The Electro Comfort electro brush is an electrically-driven carpet tool with floating head and swivel neck design for easy maneuverability.
  • includes: Parquet Twister - providing 180 Degree rotation for the agile, yet gentle care of smooth surfaces.
  • includes: HEPA filter (this is usually add-on, extra $50) - must be replaced after ~1 year
  • A telescopic, electric, stainless steel wand and long electrical cord, with automatic rewind, provide a total cleaning radius of 33 feet.
  • The Topaz also features a deluxe handle grip with electro brush control (this means the powerbrush is powerized vs. air-controlled -- MUST for carpets and rugs)
  • three accessories - a dusting brush, upholstery tool and crevice nozzle - held in place by a VarioClip.
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Our family has been using Miele vacuums since the early 90s. We have not had a single one break on us that wasn't our fault, several even surviving 12ft drops off a ladder while we cleaned fans, lights and A/C grates. In all cases with the ones that broke, our local dealer was able to fix them for less than we could have purchased an inferior vacuum. Every time we've upgraded our old vacuum has went to a friend or other family member, and to the best of my knowledge are still in use. There are several things we like but with the newer designs, a few we don't:

The size. Over the years they have been getting smaller and lighter. While this may seem like a great idea, the ones put out in the 90s were small and light, even for today's standards. The problem we have now is the vacuum constantly tips over and is very clumsy to maneuver. I actually hate using this vacuum on carpet because it will not stay upright, period. I end up dragging the dead weight of the vacuum around because it's easier to do that then keep it on it's wheels. All Miele vacuums have a docking station built in so that the attachment connected to the wand will connect to it, holding the wand upright and ready for next use. However, the wand/attachment is too tall/top heavy that the vacuum tips over when you try to dock the attachment, rendering it's docking station useless. This was never an issue until they switched to the new design and made the vacuums smaller and lighter. The new "comfort" cord retract was designed so that one touch of the button collects the entire cord. So if you're just trying to take out some slack to get it out of the way, you have to manually stop it with your hand by pulling on the cord, and hope it stops it from collecting. It took an extra three seconds of my life to hold the button down to retract the cord. I like the old design better. That about covers what I think Miele needs to improve on. Now for the good things:

Power. I've never had to use the vacuum, or any of our previous models on full power. We've owned terrazzo floors, tile, wood, carpet, sealed/stained concrete, and 50% power is more than we'll ever need. Any more than that and we actually have a problem with the attachment sucking so hard against the surface that you end up pushing dirt/hair around instead of cleaning it up.

All models are awesome for allergy sufferers. Sure, Miele makes models specifically designed for allergy sufferers, but it's unnecessary because all the bagged models do an excellent job of filtering. The bag itself is a filter. It has a pre-filter. It has a HEPA filter. All Miele's I've owned are set up this way, granted each took different sized bags.

They take a beating. We have a 2 story house and the living room is open and vaulted to the 2nd story, making it 22ft at it's highest point. My wife and I argue all the time over who's going to clean the fans and lights. We have a 12ft ladder we use for this job, as well as the vacuum. All of our Mieles have taken spills off the ladder. Some have broke, some have survived, but all continued to work and were repairable. Another top rated expensive brand took a spill and was beyond repair, even though it was a serviceable machine just like Miele. Based on the durability, we'll continue to buy Miele.

Bags and filters are easy to change out and require no special techniques to keep the contents of the bag contained while removing it. We vacuum just about every day due to pet hair. While the bags are on the expensive side, one bag will last a couple weeks and it's surprising how much they'll actually hold.

The only reason I give it three stars is because my previous models have performed just as well, but due to their larger size were far less clumsy. I actually regret ever upgrading from the s251i I had 3 models ago. Otherwise, Miele vacuums are the best you're going to ever use, period. If you're not wanting to drop the $$$ on newer models, older models are an awesome bet and you can still get parts in the event it breaks.
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That's a good deal. We got the Electro+ a few weeks ago, and it's great. The canister takes a bit of getting used to, but makes some things, like cleaning stairs, much easier compared to an upright.

The Electro+ (new model) can be gotten for $480 plus tax from Bed Bath & Beyond using a 20% off coupon. I've heard some say the coupons can't be used on Miele vacuums, but we figured they'd tell us if that were true. Our cashier didn't give it a moment's thought, scanned the coupon, and it rang right up.

The only thing missing is the furniture brush roll, which we had to purchase separately for $60. I just wish the brush in the furniture accessory were also electrically powered like the main carpet brush, instead of air-powered.
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I'm confused. This is a thread about a Miele deal. Did I miss a price comparison of your Kirby to this deal? It doesn't help to talk about how awesome Lamborghinis are in a thread on Ford Escorts.

Cool story, bro.
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Wow, that's a helluva good deal! I love Miele vacuums... own an upright and a canister... great deal!
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That's a good deal. We got the Electro+ a few weeks ago, and it's great. The canister takes a bit of getting used to, but makes some things, like cleaning stairs, much easier compared to an upright.

The Electro+ (new model) can be gotten for $480 plus tax from Bed Bath & Beyond using a 20% off coupon. I've heard some say the coupons can't be used on Miele vacuums, but we figured they'd tell us if that were true. Our cashier didn't give it a moment's thought, scanned the coupon, and it rang right up.

The only thing missing is the furniture brush roll, which we had to purchase separately for $60. I just wish the brush in the furniture accessory were also electrically powered like the main carpet brush, instead of air-powered.
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This is older version, replaced ~6 months ago by C2 Electro+ model (currently $599.99 on Amazon), only difference is the bigger power button
One other difference is the newer Electro+ comes with the larger/better floorhead (SEB 228). Still a good deal on the C2 though.

Looks like California non-sam's club members can purchase without the 10% surcharge.
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Miele and Electrolux are the same company?
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Our family has a Miele and we love it!
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Miele and Electrolux are the same company?
No they are not
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Our Miele has been with us for over 15+ years (yes we had to replace some parts) and it still works like a champ. Wife swears by it and keeps reminding me that she will only by another Miele when this one breaks. Very well built product and never had any issue with the motor.
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My 10 year old Miele was made in Germany. Are they now made in China? If they are , I doubt they are as good.
I believe only the C1 series vacuums are made in China; everything else is still Germany.
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This vs Dyson?
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This vs Dyson?
Miele by far for corded, and I'm a Dyson owner (they're still the runaway leader for cordless and I've tried several).
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Miele by far for corded, and I'm a Dyson owner (they're still the runaway leader for cordless and I've tried several).
What do you like more about the Miele?
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Can someone tell me the differences between this and their more expensive models?
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