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Miele C3 Cat & Dog Bagged Vacuum $584.10 @TheMarket


I think this is the cheapest it's been

For those who treasure pets. Neutralises pet smells with anti-odour filter. Includes TurboBrush and Mini TurboBrush floor head for efficient removal of pet hairs.

Anti-odour Active AirClean filter to remove pet smells
TurboBrush and Mini TurboBrush for effective pet hair removal
No more bending with +/- foot switches
On board accessories included: crevice nozzle, upholstery nozzle and dusting brush
Made in Germany
Manufacturer Warranty: 24 months

Full Specs:

16 Bags & 4 Filter Combo (get 10% off after purchase of vacuum once you sign up to MieleForLife making $89.91 delivered)

Original Coupon Deal

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  • Looking for a new vacuum not particularly for pets? Will this model do?

    • yeah this just includes a small turbo brush for like upholstery and stuff, so its handy for cleaning the car and couches etc and turbo head for the floor so a deeper clean there.

    • I think it's an awesome vacuum - we don't have pets. Go for it. And small tip: buy 3rd party replacement bags/filters/whatnot from aliexpress - sooo much cheaper! :)

  • Fyi: This offer will end midnight tonight as that's when Noel Leeming's deal closes (I couldn't change the expiry after) so get in quick
    also about 50 reviews on their page giving it a avg of 4.7/5


  • We bought the C3 Allergy about two months ago for around $500. Wish I'd bought this instead. It comes with the turbo head brush which is far superior to the standard head which came with ours.

  • What's the main difference between the listing model and this one https://themarket.com/nz/p/miele-blizzard-cx1-cat-and-dog-ba...? Any advise would be appreciated.

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      ** Bagless Vacuum*

      I find the design of the this non bagless better with the hose mount on top along with foot adjust ability of the power levels rather than turning the knob