Bag Vs Bagless vacuum cleaners

  Graham. 09:12 15 Jul 10

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What does the team think?

  onthelimit 09:16 15 Jul 10

I have a Miele upright 'cat and dog' which has a bag. German reliability (unlike the Dyson bagless I had - briefly), and the bag only needs changing every couple of months. What I spend on bags more than offsets the cost of repairs/replacemant!

  morddwyd 09:41 15 Jul 10

Thank you.

Some interesting and logical points.

Personally I have always preferred bags, simply because of the better filter effect.

  dms_05 12:13 15 Jul 10

I prefer bag less designs. I can't see how keeping a storage bag of bacteria rich debris/dirt/residue in your home for several months can be considered hygienic. I empty my bag less design weekly and that has to be better than keeping a bacteria rich bag in your home.

  Marko797 12:52 15 Jul 10

just shows that some people are just so paranoid, or actually live in a midden!

  john bunyan 13:49 15 Jul 10

Many tradesmen use "Henry". I have two (one is a Hetty), with optional permanent bags that are kept clean. A very reliable machine at a modest cost. You can buy disposable bags if you want.

  jack 16:17 15 Jul 10

Is another bag/bagless/wet'n' dry machine that is very versatile

  ams4127 19:41 15 Jul 10

I use a Dyson Animal to clean up after my GSD. Most excellent.

  spuds 18:58 16 Jul 10

Went bag-less with special filtrations many moons ago, never regretted it.

  karmgord 18:52 17 Jul 10

If you have got pets all bagged vacuums will smell,Dysons you can wash out collector & filters to prevent the exhaust air smelling.
Meile are the "Rolls Royce" of vacuums for efficiency & reliability.
Dysons give a 5yr guarantee which you will probably need to use.

  keef66 12:13 22 Jul 10

Even after 5 years the Dyson service is good value. The engineer replaced about half the machine (new motor, brush-bar, all filters, hoses, cyclone) for just over 70 quid. Better than it was from new now.

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