The 8 Best Miele Vacuums
This wiki has been updated 17 times since it was first published in December of 2018. If you've been searching for an efficient and effective way to keep your floors clean, consider one of these Miele vacuums. They're designed to suck up even the most embedded dirt, so you can cut down on the time and energy you spend on household chores. Our selections include lightweight and heavy-duty models, and both canister and upright options, so you can pick whichever you prefer. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.
September 04, 2020:
For this update we replaced the discontinued stick vacuum, the Swing H1 and replaced it with both the Triflex HX1 and the Triflex HX1 Pro. While their basic design is quite similar, the much higher priced Pro model has features that make it usable as a primary vacuum for smaller homes, especially the second battery, doubling the run time, and the Pro also has an upgraded HEPA filter.
We considered adding the intriguing Scout RX2 Home Vision, a robotic vacuum that features an on-board camera so you can check what's going on while at work, but the unit gets stuck more easily than robotic competitors, and the camera can't make up for that flaw.
Despite it's high price, we also added the Complete C3 Marin because this model includes their top-of-the-line Powerhead that deep cleans carpets, while for other choices the Powerhead is a very expensive added accessory.
December 27, 2018:
Made sure to include machines with a variety of features to suit different user preferences. We've selected options that work well on hardwood and carpeted surfaces, in addition to several that come with attachments for cleaning hard-to-reach corners, underneath furniture, and off-the-ground areas like shelves.