Number 1 on this list is their newest cordless stick vacuum, the Triflex.
The Triflex is a small, versatile cordless stick vacuum starting at $499. As its name implies, it has three positions.
Comfort for regular vacuuming, the reach position for those cobwebs in the corners of your house or under the furniture you don't want to move, and the compact configuration are great for furniture and portable enough to take to use outside or in your car.
It is available in three styles, HX1 at $499, HX1-Cat & Dog at $699, and HX1-PRO at $799.
The main differences are the filters, and the Pro comes with an extra battery and charger for 2 hours of vacuuming.
It's flexible, but unlike some of Mieles bagged models, you have to empty the contents every three times you use it.
The C3 canister vacs are Miele's most popular. They are bagged and feature 4.76-quart capacity, electric powerheads, and accessories for any carpet, furniture, drapes, or almost any indoor application.
The Soft Carpet has a Mieles Hepa filter and goes for $949, whereas the slightly more expensive Cat & Dog at $999 has a charcoal filter for pet odors and a smaller motorized brush for removing pet hair off furniture.
But the C3 is excellent for a large home with many types of carpets.
If you have a smaller house and only area rugs and hardwood, you may consider a more basic Miele Canister.
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