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Costco Members: Miele Complete C2 Turbo Team Canister Vacuum EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: Miele Complete C2 Turbo Team Canister Vacuum (SFAE0 34) on sale for $399.99. Shipping is free.

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Key Features:
  • High suction-power with 1200 Watts Miele-made Vortex Motor
  • Turbo Brush floorhead for low-medium pile carpet and area rugs
  • Parquet floorhead for smooth flooring
  • Rotary Dial Control with 6 suction power settings
  • Miele AirClean System™ to ensure maximum hygiene
  • Miele Original AirClean FilterBag™ and AirClean Filter for over 99.9% filtration
  • Integrated accessory storage including Dusting Brush, Crevice Nozzle and Upholstery Nozzle
  • Comfort One-Touch cord rewind (with 33 ft. cleaning radius)
  • Adjustable telescopic wand
Accessories Included:
  • STB 305-3 TurboTeQ Floorhead
  • SBB-3 Parquet Floorhead
  • Dusting Brush, Upholstery Nozzle and Crevice Nozzle
  • AirClean Filter
  • 5 GN FilterBags (1 in vacuum, 4 in box)

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    • This Miele Complete C2 Turbo Team Canister Vacuum (SFAE0 34) is priced $100 lower (20% savings) than the list price.
    • Offer is valid 8/8/22 through 8/12/22. While supplies last. Limit 2 per member.
    • Refer to the forum thread for additional details and discussion.
  • About this product:
    • Rated 4.6 out of 5 stars overall based on 557 reviews.
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LikeFastCars asked this question on 08-09-2022 at 12:26 PM
08-09-2022 at 12:26 PM
No. The turbo head is air driven, not motorized.

Also if I understand correctly, you can't just add a powerhead because the Miele models sold without a powerhead don't have the wiring in place to add one. If you want the powerhead I believe you need to buy a model that comes with it. At least in the case of Miele machines. Someone can correct me if I'm wrong.
08-09-2022 at 12:26 PM
Looks like turbo head, not powered. Their powered heads are the size of the vacuum lol. I wish i could get this turbo head for my mini.

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Just an FYI, I believe the C2 series of their vacuums are all made in China. So not the German made stuff.
The vacuum industry has always been kind of slimy. My problem with Miele along with some of the other so-called premium brands is that they have implemented anti-DIY repair strategies. They make it difficult for customers to obtain replacement parts forcing them to take their machines to their authorized dealers for costly repairs instead.

A vacuum cleaner is not a space shuttle. You just need decent suction, a good brush if you have carpet, and good exhaust filtering. It's not rocket science like the high end vacuum industry would have people believe. If you want a good canister vacuum with a powerhead, don't get caught up in the hype, look at Kenmore Elite machines.

I believe in customers "right to repair" and avoid companies that go against that philosophy. Kenmore Elite vacuums have great power and features, they cost less than Miele and you can easily find parts for them when needed.
No. The turbo head is air driven, not motorized.

Also if I understand correctly, you can't just add a powerhead because the Miele models sold without a powerhead don't have the wiring in place to add one. If you want the powerhead I believe you need to buy a model that comes with it. At least in the case of Miele machines. Someone can correct me if I'm wrong.

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I have had the C3 canister Miele from Canadian Costco for 4 years now and it is one of the best appliances I have ever purchased.
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Is this the one with the electro head?
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Just an FYI, I believe the C2 series of their vacuums are all made in China. So not the German made stuff.
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Is this the one with the electro head?
No. The turbo head is air driven, not motorized.

Also if I understand correctly, you can't just add a powerhead because the Miele models sold without a powerhead don't have the wiring in place to add one. If you want the powerhead I believe you need to buy a model that comes with it. At least in the case of Miele machines. Someone can correct me if I'm wrong.
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FYI, the Costco website indicates this vacuum is made in China.
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I'm not a vacuum nerd, but I know enough about vacuum nerds to know they love this brand.
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I thought about getting this vacuum, but I decided to go with the Sebo E1 because the serviceability is supposed to be pretty good. I also bought it from an authorized Sebo retailer and the warranty for the motor and non-wear parts was extended to 10 years for free. No regrets.

Edit: my home is all hardwood and tile. I bought the Sebo Premium Parquet Brush and the Turbo Handheld Brush
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this model is not good for homes with any appreciable amount of carpeting. unless you only have a few low pile area rugs, you will want an electro head.

my pick after doing all the digging recently was the Miele Complete C3 Kona. On Amazon, you can get one open box from a reputable vacuum dealer for $790 (normally $1100).
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The vacuum industry has always been kind of slimy. My problem with Miele along with some of the other so-called premium brands is that they have implemented anti-DIY repair strategies. They make it difficult for customers to obtain replacement parts forcing them to take their machines to their authorized dealers for costly repairs instead.

A vacuum cleaner is not a space shuttle. You just need decent suction, a good brush if you have carpet, and good exhaust filtering. It's not rocket science like the high end vacuum industry would have people believe. If you want a good canister vacuum with a powerhead, don't get caught up in the hype, look at Kenmore Elite machines.

I believe in customers "right to repair" and avoid companies that go against that philosophy. Kenmore Elite vacuums have great power and features, they cost less than Miele and you can easily find parts for them when needed.
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The vacuum industry has always been kind of slimy. My problem with Miele along with some of the other so-called premium brands is that they have implemented anti-DIY repair strategies. They make it difficult for customers to obtain replacement parts forcing them to take their machines to their authorized dealers for costly repairs instead.

A vacuum cleaner is not a space shuttle. You just need decent suction, a good brush if you have carpet, and good exhaust filtering. It's not rocket science like the high end vacuum industry would have people believe. If you want a good canister vacuum with a powerhead, don't get caught up in the hype, look at Kenmore Elite machines.

I believe in customers "right to repair" and avoid companies that go against that philosophy. Kenmore Elite vacuums have great power and features, they cost less than Miele and you can easily find parts for them when needed.
Kenmore elite vacuums are known as Panasonic elsewhere in the world. Which is good to know bc Panasonic is typically great at copying other designs and making them less expensive and more reliable. Kinda like genesis/ Hyundai lately.
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No. The turbo head is air driven, not motorized.

Also if I understand correctly, you can't just add a powerhead because the Miele models sold without a powerhead don't have the wiring in place to add one. If you want the powerhead I believe you need to buy a model that comes with it. At least in the case of Miele machines. Someone can correct me if I'm wrong.
You are correct. I was thinking about saving up for the brilliant or C3 complete homecare with the SEB 228 electro plus head.
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It's pronounced Mee-luh like Tequila. In case anyone was wondering.
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The vacuum industry has always been kind of slimy. My problem with Miele along with some of the other so-called premium brands is that they have implemented anti-DIY repair strategies. They make it difficult for customers to obtain replacement parts forcing them to take their machines to their authorized dealers for costly repairs instead.

A vacuum cleaner is not a space shuttle. You just need decent suction, a good brush if you have carpet, and good exhaust filtering. It's not rocket science like the high end vacuum industry would have people believe. If you want a good canister vacuum with a powerhead, don't get caught up in the hype, look at Kenmore Elite machines.

I believe in customers "right to repair" and avoid companies that go against that philosophy. Kenmore Elite vacuums have great power and features, they cost less than Miele and you can easily find parts for them when needed.
Miele parts have part numbers that you can order for yourself from vacuum dealers or eBay. Just make sure you have the right torx screwdriver to open up the machine. Super easy to fix anything on mieles
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