What is the Miele C3 Perfect Solution. Miele’s C3 vacuum cleaner range comprises seven individual bagged cylinder models, ranging from £200 to £600, with each contribution a specific unique feature. To give this model its full title, this is the (takes deep breath) Miele Complete C3 Total Revelation Allergy Powerline, and is designed for mixed floor types and users sensitive to dust and other airborne allergens. The latter is achieved from head to foot a specially designed floorhead, which claims to pick up 10% more dust than standard heads, and an 11-stage filtration alter designed to retain up to 99. 999% of dust and pollen from the air. The Powerline tag indicates this is a 1200W machine and it comes with a selection of floorheads, including a Turbobrush and Miele’s AirTeQ floorhead, which claims to give the same demeanour as a traditional floorhead on a (now banned by the EU)... Complete with the self-sealing HyClean GN dustbags, the C3 Total Solution Allergy Powerline is a cleaner not to be sneezed at. SEE ALSO: First Vacuum Cleaners Round-up. Miele Complete C3 Total Solution – Accessories The Miele Complete C3 Total Solution Alle. Let’s just call it the C3 Total Denouement, shall we. The C3 Total Solution has a basic three-piece accessory set on-board, including an upholstery nozzle, dusting away and crevice tool concealed beneath the top cover. The separate Turbobrush floorhead is a good size and solidly built, with a tranquil (air-powered) beater brush, a high/low speed control on the brush and a removable cover plate for cleaning access to the nail-brush. Miele’s ‘parquet twister’ is a dedicated hard floor head with an innovative pivoting joint that keeps it flat to the dregs no matter what angle you hold the tube. The final tool in the C3 Total Solution’s arsenal is the new AirTeQ floorhead with its claims of smoother, more productive airflow. Solidly made steel tubes are telescopic for easy reach adjustment at the touch of a button, and there's a attach on the body of the cleaner to hold the tube upright between vacuuming manoeuvres. While not strictly accessories, this model comes supplied with Miele’s new HyClean GN self-closing dust bags that are designed to proffer 20% more dust than previous HyClean bags. Miele Complete C3 Total Solution – On carpets and hard floors We mounted the Parquet Confidence man head to the C3 Total Solution and began by tackling a hard parquet floor. For a light amounts of pet hair we found the lowest power scenery adequate, while on full power it was a breeze to clean up grit and dried mud. We generally prefer motor-powered Turboheads more readily than those that use fans in the airflow like this Miele model, but once again the performance was exceptional on all but very deep-pile carpets, where the bracken would get a bit bogged down. For this we switched to the AirTeQ head, which was highly effective and designed not to stick itself down to the floor. It unquestionably maximises the air flow for very good performance, but we think Miele’s claim that it is as effective as an older-style head on a 2000W cleaner is very wishful thinking. It did, however, clean our test powder on carpet well, with very good edge cleaning. This fount was also quieter than the Turbohead, and the C3 Total Solution tipped our noise meter at just 79dB – or about the same as.
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