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Miele Steel Design Review
|$420 Over 10 Years|
Why Has it Scored 68?
It is over 2 years old and it is likely that newer, better vacuums are available. View the latest vacuums 2018.
This vacuum cleaner has running costs of $420 over 10 years, which puts it in the most expensive 8% of all 1,397 vacuum cleaners that we have compared it to. View all energy saving vacuum cleaners.
It has some good features, but is also missing a couple of features:
Miele Steel Design In-Depth Analysis
High Running Costs
Based on average energy prices we estimate that the Steel Design will cost $420 over 10 years to run, which makes it one of the less economic to run vacuums.
Lighter Than Average
The Steel Design's weight of only 5kg is lighter than average when compared to most other vacuums. It is in the lightest 35% of all vacuums when ordered by this feature. Vacuums have weights of between 300g and 75kg, and the average weight is 6.1kg.
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.
Like most other vacuum cleaners, the Steel Design is not cordless. 94% of vacuum cleaners are not cordless.
Has an Upholstery Nozzle Included
The Steel Design has an upholstery nozzle included, unlike 74% of vacuum cleaners which do not have an upholstery nozzle included.
Has a Hard Floor Brush
The Steel Design has a hard floor brush, which is unusual. 75% of vacuum cleaners do not have a hard floor brush.
Has a Removable Filter
The Miele Steel Design has a removable filter. 90% of vacuums do not have a removable filter.
Has a Telescopic Tube
The Miele Steel Design has a telescopic tube, unlike 93% of vacuums which do not have a telescopic tube.
Higher Than Average Vacuum
Vacuums have vacuums of between 2.8kPa and 36kPa, and the average vacuum is 23kPa. The Steel Design's vacuum of 33kPa is higher than 91% of all vacuum cleaners when ranked by this feature.
Has a Brush Tool
The Miele Steel Design has a brush tool, which is unusual. 84% of vacuums do not have a brush tool.