New Hoover required, recommendations?
Miele cat & dog cylinder here, very very good and the different ‘heads’ (there’s 3, make sure you buy the model with them!) make vacuuming normal carpets ,tiles ,stairs and even curtains a doddle. The bags are a slight annoyance, but then this what you may to keep the dust in and not being pumped back out the back end.
Lots of shouty threads on here, about this subject (do a search).Posted 5 years agocurvatureMember
I’d buy another Dyson.
Recently in a similar predicament and chose to buy a new hose and brush bar sole plate for my DC07.
With a new filter assembly it is back to it’s old self. 10 years old and still going strong.
I have heard bad reports ion the VAX vacuum cleaners. Parts fall off!Posted 5 years agomarsdenmanMember
We were in John Lewis, looking at a new Dyson (replacing a well worn DC04).Posted 5 years ago
I happened to look over at Miele – half the price.
Got chatting with the helpful lady and we ultimately bought a SEBO.
Long warranty. German. Bags half the price of mile. Vac half the price of Dyson. Only used it one thus far, I’d said it does a better job than our DC04 but, to be fair, that is 10 years old now.neninjaMember
I’d get either a Meile cylinder (my parents have one and it’s very good) or another Dyson.
Our Dyson which was really old started going brittle and was likewise held together with duck tape and glue. We bought a Hoover equivalent which was so rubbish we went back to the knackered Dyson until we bought another new Dyson.Posted 5 years agooliverd1981Member
No one buys actual Hoovers any more
My hoover bagless was great until I stamped on the auto levelling foot too hard. It’s still going strong on car valeting duties.
Dysons are like toy hoovers, although if you clean every foam seal each time you empty it they work kind of okay.Posted 5 years agoandyflaSubscriber
One other thought – how about a Roomba – not as powerful, or exact as a push around Hoover, but it is a robot so it hovers itself, the process is:
Put it on,
Room finished by the time you get back.
Bought one a year or so back and it is the most fantastic thing out there, would buy another tomorrow if it brokePosted 5 years ago
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