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Seriously dull. Vacuum cleaner needed. Tell me what to buy

(28 Posts)
mcmooncup Fri 07-Feb-14 21:28:40

I always buy shite ones that look nice or have some snazzy gadget going on. And they never last.

Hence need a new one.

Please tell me what to do vacuum people of the world

Fluffycloudland77 Fri 07-Feb-14 23:24:40

Miele.

ScentedScandal Fri 07-Feb-14 23:31:25

Sebo

TheDietStartsTomorrow Fri 07-Feb-14 23:58:13

Miele.

madasa Sat 08-Feb-14 09:49:06

I have just bought a dyson slim cordless.....I love it

evertonmint Sat 08-Feb-14 09:53:59

After going through several fancy looking or sounding ones like Miele really quickly we bought a Henry and it is fantastic. 3 years and still doing fine - the longest one has ever lasted for us.

DaddysBigTummy Sat 08-Feb-14 09:56:19

Sebo, had mine years and it's still going strong. And I recently discovered that I can buy bags etc in John Lewis so don't have to pay for delivery from Sebo themselves and any excuse to go to John Lewis, I'm there!

motleymop Sat 08-Feb-14 09:59:38

My Miele vacuum has been in the family since the 80's. It's starting to increase in value I am sure for being a collector's piece! It's big and boxy like an 80's BMW. If it were to die (god forbid) I'd just get another Miele no questions asked.

kawaii Sat 08-Feb-14 21:03:40

Gtech air ram. Its cordless and that means I can vacuum the whole house in about 10 minutes. Really cordless is the way to go which ever brand you choose.

NanTheWiser Sat 08-Feb-14 21:48:30

Sebo again, excellent.

LaydeeJayne Sat 08-Feb-14 21:50:19

Sebo

OooohLiar Sat 08-Feb-14 23:30:24

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

reddaisy Sun 09-Feb-14 00:17:09

We have just got a Miele and it is amazing but it is v heavy. Not too bad for us as we only have one flight of stairs but if it might bother you, pick something different.

Allofaflumble Sun 09-Feb-14 10:20:57

You can get lighter models of the Miele. It is definitely my favorite as a cleaner. Henrys are good but a ward on stairs due to shape.

Allofaflumble Sun 09-Feb-14 10:22:25

I meant a ward.

Allofaflumble Sun 09-Feb-14 10:25:02

Why won't my tablet print awkward or I will say difficult on stairs!

KungFuBustle Sun 09-Feb-14 10:49:07

My cylinder dyson has been going 11 years now. Still does a great job although could be better on pet hair (we have 3 so maybe I'm being unrealistic), I'm looking to treat myself to a new lighter model (DH struggles with the weight) and will be getting another Dyson and free cycling this one.

chicaguapa Sun 09-Feb-14 10:53:38

I did a lot of research into vacuum cleaners recently and went for a Sebo Felix from John Lewis. I've been really pleased with it. I'd have liked a longer hose but I know I can buy one of those if I really need to.

JsOtherHalf Sun 09-Feb-14 14:56:23

Gtech airram here too. Blitzes the house in minutes.

JT05 Sun 09-Feb-14 15:15:39

Hi, just popped over from Gransnet. Miele will collect and deliver, refurbish their cleaners and put in new parts all for around £90. Worth doing if you have one a few years old, cheaper than buying new. X

PixelAteMyFace Sun 09-Feb-14 15:32:44

Samsung, great suction that cleans long dog hairs from thick carpet effortlessly

ouryve Sun 09-Feb-14 15:37:02

I love my dinky little lightweight Dyson DC24. Gets into all the little nooks and crannies.

NigelMolesworth Sun 09-Feb-14 15:39:51

Another vote for Sebo here

TheRaniOfYawn Sun 09-Feb-14 15:43:22

Miele.

Awkwardsis Sun 09-Feb-14 15:45:03

We have a Hetty (the pink Henry) and its never had a problem yet.

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