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Hi, Buddy.Dyson vacuums are a bit finicky in that you really need to keep them clean. If you don't constantly clean the dust chamber (my wording), it gets clogged up.After years of buying inexpensive vacuums that don't clean very well, I splurged about 5 years ago. I bought a Miele canister model. It was something like $900. I have clean....really clean carpets now.Michael
Setman, I have a cat I love.He is shedding. You can't see all the hair the vacuum will pick up. I've tried every vacuum cleaner you can think of because I do interior house painting. I even have a working 1940 Electrolux my grandmother left me. The easiest way to vacuum after a cat is with a hand held 5 horsepower portable vac from Home Depot or Lowes. I can go about 5 feet and the suction will suffer. Open the vac up and you will see the Hepa filter all covered in cat fur. Get a stiff paint brush and go outside to clean that filter then dump the container, All the new vacuum cleaners that look like there from the Jetsons are not up to this task. The Home Depot vacs were made for contractors and the extra parts are right there. You will save money and headaches in the long run and is a must if you own a cat......Mark korda
Hi Buddy:I say Miele. I have a Miele that is about 9 years old and it is going as strong as the day I got it. I think it was worth about 500-600 back then. I have seen some newer Miele, the more affordable ones for about 299 and the power rating is about the same as the more expensive ones. My wife is bitch--g and moaning that is is cumbersome but the way I see it, it is hard to have both power and maneuverability in the same device. So, I will say Miele. But then I also know that you are a thick pile carpet in your place. Miele will be more than sufficient for your place. Ah, you need to purchase vacuum vacs for it but due to it, it does filter more pollutants and stuff. ....
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