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Really good but somewhat expensive. I have bought this Miele Triflex shank vacuum cleaner at a reduced price as a test pilot via Smartson. I like Miele's products in general so I was probably a bit coloured already when I opened the cardboard. I've owned a cordless vacuum cleaner before. An Electrolux that I was very unhappy with. I have for some time been looking for a new and then bla. this Miele and a Dyson. I must admit that I hesitated to purchase Miele on the occasion of the price. The assembly of the vacuum cleaner was very simple. It's smooth that you can choose how you want it put together. I've chosen to have the engine unit down at the floor nozzle. I find that the balance will be better, it will be easier to vacuum with and can also be set in an upright position. After the 4 hour long charge of the battery (it comes with two), it was so time to try. What struck me straight away was that it didn't bring a lot of noise when it's running. I can easily vacuum up when someone nearby is lying asleep. On the floor nozzle sits a fantastically good lamp. However, the floor nozzle is large and it is difficult or impossible to get under some furniture. There are three power modes on the vacuum cleaner. If you vacuum the maximum power, the battery will not last very long. But I don't really know when you have to make use of that mode when the suction effect is really good even at the lowest position. Smooth to put the machine together as you want. I made use of the short for vacuuming in the sofa and the long shaft for cleaning the ceiling moldings. I am so far very happy with the vacuum cleaner and can absolutely recommend it despite the high price.
Bought this at a reduced price as a test pilot via Smartson. Compared to a Dyson that we also have. Unfortunately, there are more minuses than pluses on this vacuum cleaner. + Follows with extra battery + Has lighting so it gets mkt lighter and see under bed/couch - Too little container that easily gets filled - The container isn't as light as Dyson and empty (less too) - The vacuum cleaner's engine blows downwards so if you use it with without the long shaft it blows the dust away instead of sucking it in!!!! You get to be quick and 'chase' around the dust so it doesn't blow away. - There is only one nozzle that should be for both carpet and parquet. The brush easily sticks to the fringes of the carpet. - No value for money
Tested this and it is incredibly smooth for a lady sucker. The brushes stick if you have long fringes on mats. battery life is enough for large cleaning of 60sqm2 as well as sofa and access a little everywhere. feel I can absolutely manage on a battery so that it's a plus it fins two. well with a big head at the bottom, however, it's a little high so you have a chest of drawers that's lower you won't be under. would have had a better charging station but it works well.
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