Miele is a German home appliance brand that has been producing vacuum cleaners since the late 1920s. And as with anything German, quality and precise engineering is a given. Plus, a lot of Miele vacuum cleaner models fall within the price band of $300-$1,200, thereby making them perfect for consumers with an eye for quality over quantity when it comes to home appliances.
Both the upright as well as canister type vacuum cleaners from Miele are quite popular among consumers, and this is mainly due to the appliances featuring simple controls, better safety features, and higher durability when compared to a lot of other mainstream brands.
Innovations Seen In Miele Vacuums:
If you consider allergen trapping, HEPA filtration systems, Miele vacuums rule the roost in this respect thanks mainly due to the patented 12 stage filtration process. Case in point being it’s patented ‘Air-Cleaned Sealed System’ found in the higher end Miele models which have been independently tested and proven to be 99.9% effective.
Different floors demand different suction power from a vacuum cleaner. As a solution certain manufacturers employ multi head adjustment feature to manipulate the height of the suction head. Miele on the other hand has an exclusive ‘Auto Setting’ function which enables the appliance to detect floor variations and apply the requisite suction accordingly!
There are scores of usability enhancement features that can be found in most if not all of the Miele vacuums. Prime among them are the on-board attachment storage and spotlight handle, which can be seen in the better models of Miele canister vacuums. The former allows easy storage of attachment heads within the canister whereas the latter’s extremely handy when cleaning corners, crevices and similar low-light patches of floor space.