Comparing the Miele C1 vacuum line
Miele canister vacuum cleaners are popular for being long-lasting high quality vacuum cleaners. Because there are many different models to choose from, how do you know which one is best for you? This comparison will answer your questions about the Miele C1 vacuum series.
Classic C1 Pure Suction versus Classic C1 Turbo Team
The Classic C1 Turbo Team model comes in tech blue color while the Classic C1 Pure Suction has a graphite grey color. While both of these variants of Classic C1 canister vacuum cleaners have foot switch power controls with 6 different power settings, the two models differ in the accompanying accessories. By comparison as specified in the buyer guide, the Classic C1 Turbo Team has a STB 305-3 turbo brush floorhead and SBB Parquet-3 pure suction floorhead which are absent in the Classic C1 Pure Suction which is only equipped with a SBD 285-3 pure suction combination floorhead.
Classic C1 Cat & Dog versus Classic C1 HomeCare
The Classic C1 Cat & Dog comes in a stunning lotus white color and a foot switch on/off control and a rotary dial for the power setting (suction) control. It has 6 different power settings and adequately equipped with an SEB 228 floorhead. This Miele canister vacuum cleaner has a comfort grip handle for easy handling, a 29.5-foot operating radius and a long 18-foot electrical cord. According to the official buyer guide, the Classic C1 HomeCare version comes in an autumn red color and shares several similarities with the C1 Cat & Dog except for some differences like a SBD 285-3 pure suction combination floorhead, the SES 116 suction hose and an SET 220 telescopic wand which adds more functionality to the Classic C1 HomeCare model and hence, makes it more expensive.
Classic C1 Pure Suction versus Compact C1 Pure Suction
These portable models of the Miele canister vacuum cleaner line both come in a blazing autumn red color with foot switches as the on/off control and a rotary dial for the power setting. The Compact C1 Pure Suction vacuum cleaner is more expensive than its Classic C1 Pure Suction counterpart because it is equipped with a SBD 205-3 turbo brush floorhead and sometimes come with a pure suction parquet floorhead which the C1 Pure Suction model lacks.