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stupid, piece of cr**p hoover has broken AGAIN..which one should I buy now?

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katierocket Wed 16-Mar-05 16:32:55

Been through 2 hoovers in 2 years.
Want a cylinder hoover. Which ones are best/last the longest?

acnebride Wed 16-Mar-05 16:35:28

Hope someone responds to this thread, mine has died too! Mine was an ancient Dyson DC01 i bought second hand, wouldn't really recommend it although the customer service is fantastic IMO.

katierocket Wed 16-Mar-05 16:48:05


irishbird Wed 16-Mar-05 16:49:00

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Sponge Wed 16-Mar-05 16:50:36

I've got a Miele too. Had one before and it was brilliant so replaced it with similar but newer model.

gingerbear Wed 16-Mar-05 16:50:47

mumsnetters are obsessed with good hoovering

gingerbear Wed 16-Mar-05 16:52:24

and here

katierocket Wed 16-Mar-05 16:53:52

HA - thanks gingerbear.

<whispers> don't tell COd but I didn't search the archive before starting this thread.
Shame on me.

gingerbear Wed 16-Mar-05 16:54:34

and here

gingerbear Wed 16-Mar-05 16:55:20

OK, I'll keep schtum....

norash40 Wed 16-Mar-05 16:57:25

Definately a Miele, bit more expensive but worth every penny. Takes us half the time to hoover now. You will never look back.
Simply the best.

WestCountryLass Wed 16-Mar-05 21:25:31

I jsut bought that Bissell one advertised on the telly and it is far superior to our previous Dyson, it sucks so hard it sort of pulls itself along the carpet! It is excellent and was a lot cheaper than the Dyson equivalent (DC14 all floors model):

jasper Wed 16-Mar-05 21:46:50

In the last few years I have had 3 dysons. Great to start with but soon fell apart/lost suction.

Bought a cylinder Henry a year ago following exhaustive search on customer ratings websites and mumsnet recommendation. It is wonderful.

Have persuaded several friends to buy one - everyone loves it.Due to the smiley face on its side the kids argue over who is doing to do the hoovering.

It costs about £90. When I bought it amazon was offering the best deal.

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