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    Ryobi. I have one and it's amazing! Great suction, easy to use, and not super expensive. Bunnings sells them

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    Default Recommend me a vacuum cleaner

    I read to many bad reviews about dysons so I bought a Miele. It cost me $700 but I needed one with a HEPA filter due to my sons dust allergy and it's been great so far.

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    Default Recommend me a vacuum cleaner

    I have a Miele too for about 3 years and so happy with it. I was concerned about Dysons- apparently the older ones are fantastic as they were manufactured in the uk but they moved production to a cheaper country and there has been issues with reliability since.

    Eta: it was about $300, cheap from godfreys they are always on sale

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    Complete C1. In white. Even looks so clean haha

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    We have a hoover which is about 4 years old that i thought was doing a great job. When we moved here 2 years ago we had new carpet laid and its been vacuumed at least once a week since then. Recently a friend of mine bought a dyson and was raving about it so i got her to come over and vacuum (shes a top friend!). I was horrified because she did ONE room and the barrel was full!of dust and dirt!! I went out the next day and bought one...most of the stores had $200 off all dysons at the time. I havent had it for that long so i cant comment on quality (as in how long it will last) but i CAN say that the suction just ****z on any vacuum ive ever seen.

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    Another dyson lover here!

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    I have a friend who cleans for a living, she often uses her clients vacuums in their homes so she's pretty much tried them all, she swears by Miele and hates Dysons. I can't comment as I don't have either. I have an Electrolux and it is the worst thing ever, I regret ever buying it and can't wait until it breaks.

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    I recently bought an Electrolux ultraflex and love it. Their marketing claim was 33% more suction than dyson not sure how accurate that is but I'm very happy with it and it was about $350. If purchasing again I would have gone next model up with better filter though.

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    Our rented flat came with (a very old) Miele and it is awesome!
    At first I was like 'oh no thanks we won't need it' to the landlord and then MIL changed the bag and filter, cleaned it down (it is really old and was very dusty having been left in a utility cupboard) and tried it and it is amazing - it is so powerful it sucked some grout out of the kitchen tiles I sold my dyson!

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    I have a Miele too and love it!
    My only negative is the cord isn't long enough and I need to use an extension cord to do the whole house 😞


 

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