Miele Vacuum Reviews
Are Miele vacuums worth the money? Which one is best? Read our reviews to find out. We look at features, warranty, pros & cons, consumer ratings, specifications, and much more.
Miele started by making cream separators in the late 1800s. Headquarters are in Germany and the company has grown to have an annual turnover in excess of 3 billion dollars. Production of Miele vacuums began in the 1920s and today Miele vacuum cleaners are very well-known and the brand is synonymous with quality. They make stick vacs, uprights and canisters which frequently garner high consumer ratings. They are known for being powerful yet quiet and good for allergy sufferers and pet owners. They also feature prominently in our top vacuum lists.
Friday, 02 April 2010
Avg. consumer rating = 95/100
Manufactured in Germany and new for 2010, the Miele S2 series of canister vacuums range in price from about 300USD for the Olympus to about 600USD for the Titan. It can be a little confusing determining which S2 canister is the right one for your needs. In this review we describe what the Miele Olympus, Miele Delphi and the Miele Titan have in common as well as where they differ. Additionally we discover some of what consumers think of this relatively new Miele S2 vacuum cleaner series.
Thursday, 05 November 2009
Avg. consumer rating = 73/100
Like most Miele vacuum cleaners this one works very well but reviews are fairly average and it is also expensive. Having said that, it was recently rated by Consumers Digest as a Best Buy. Owner ratings on this unit are limited, but those comments that can be found are good in some cases but poor in others. The Miele S163 stick vacuum also comes with a Super Air Clean Filter and an optional HEPA filter, a level of air filtration not overly common with stick vacs. It is recommended for low-pile carpeting and smooth floors.
Wednesday, 28 October 2009
Avg. consumer rating = 98/100
There are two Miele S4212 vacuums - the S4212 Polaris and the S4212 Neptune. The base model, the Miele S4212 Polaris is the replacement for the Miele S4210 Carina. It should be noted that the S4212 Polaris is entirely the same vacuum with the same features as the S4210 Carina. The only difference is the color - the Polaris is a light blue color (baby blue) while the Carina is a light yellow. Like the S4210 Carina, the S4212 Polaris is the entry level Galaxy S4 series Miele canister vacuum, and like the Carina it is recommended for short-pile carpeting, area rugs and smooth flooring.
Wednesday, 21 October 2009
Avg. consumer rating = 92/100
After a number of comments asking us to review the likes of Miele, Lindhaus and Sebo we have undertaken our first Miele review. Were we impressed? Well, yes actually. We typically have reviewed some of the more moderately priced brands of vacuum cleaners and the three aforementioned can be a bit pricey, however the Miele S4210 (Carina version at least) can be found at some websites/stores for under 400 USD. Not cheap but then again not over the top for a machine with fantastic reviews and a 7 year motor warranty (yes 7 years).