Vacuum cleaner - manoeuvrable and tough on hair

(7 Posts)
Happyinthehills Sat 13-Aug-16 17:26:08

Our home has every floor type and some awkward areas to get in to where we use the dusting brush and nozzle. There's long human hair and a cat that never stops moulting which means I spend too much time cleaning out our trusty old Dyson DC11.

Looking for recommendations for a replacement please.

rabbit123 Sat 13-Aug-16 17:51:47

Sebo E3 Premium. It has a power brush for carpets & a soft suction only brush for hard floors, lightweight, long cable and bagged so no messy cleaning.

Expensive, but worth it. Our Sebo is 21 years old.

www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00V9K0438/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1471106760&sr=8-1&pi=SY200_QL40&keywords=Sebo+E3&dpPl=1&dpID=41a31nOkbrL&ref=plSrch

Happyinthehills Sun 14-Aug-16 17:11:54

Wow - that's an impressive age. We're happy to pay for good quality.

Might the one of the pet ones cope with all of this hair a bit better?

rabbit123 Sun 14-Aug-16 17:30:01

the pet models tend to come with air-driven turbo brushes. The Sebo E3 and the D4 (which is a bit bigger and more expensive) comes with a motorised brushroller, so it's a bit like an upright and a cylinder combined to give you the best of both

DramaAlpaca Sun 14-Aug-16 17:31:45

I always recommend the Miele Cat & Dog C3 on these threads. Mine is the best vacuum cleaner I've ever had.

nickiclarke Mon 15-Aug-16 07:51:57

I've got a Zanussi myself and it's a top quality vacuum cleaner. Really powerful and works on all kinds of floor surfaces, hence why i purchased one. Not had any major problems with mine since i've had it.

Cakescakescakes Mon 15-Aug-16 07:58:47

Miele cat and dog. Still as good as new here after 11 years.

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