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Miele Steel Design Review
Why Has it Scored 36?
It is over 2 years old and it is likely that newer, better vacuums are available. View the latest vacuum cleaners 2017.
This vacuum cleaner has some good features, but is also missing a few features:
Fairly high maximum input power
Has an upholstery nozzle included
Miele Steel Design In-Depth Analysis
Fairly High Maximum Input Power
Vacuums have maximum input powers of between 3.6W and 8,600W, and the average maximum input power is 1,100W. With a maximum input power of 2,000 Watts, the Steel Design has a fairly high maximum input power compared to most of the other vacuums.
The weight of the Steel Design of 5kg is relatively typical compared to most other vacuum cleaners. It is in the heaviest 38% of all vacuum cleaners when sorted by this feature.
Has an Upholstery Nozzle Included
The Steel Design has an upholstery nozzle included, unlike 76% of vacuum cleaners which do not have an upholstery nozzle included.
Supports Variable Power
The Steel Design supports variable power, unlike 71% of vacuum cleaners which do not support variable power.
Has a Hard Floor Brush
The Miele Steel Design has a hard floor brush, unlike 78% of vacuum cleaners which do not have a hard floor brush.
Has a Removable Filter
The Steel Design has a removable filter, unlike 91% of vacuum cleaners which do not have a removable filter.
Has a Telescopic Tube
The Miele Steel Design has a telescopic tube, which is unusual. 94% of vacuums do not have a telescopic tube.
The Miele Steel Design is not cordless, although keep in mind that 92% of vacuum cleaners are also not cordless.
Quite High Vacuum
The vacuums of vacuum cleaners range from 11kPa to 250kPa, and the average vacuum is 33kPa. The Miele Steel Design's vacuum of 33kPa is in the highest 16% of all vacuums when ordered by this feature.
Has a Brush Tool
The Steel Design has a brush tool, which is unusual. 84% of vacuums do not have a brush tool.