Summary: This canister vacuum would be great on homes with mostly hardwood and tiled surfaces because the floor attachments included. It has enough suction to clean flat and smooth surfaces even without the brush roll. The parquet tool will work great, especially on tiled surfaces where dirt tends to accumulate on the grout area.
Pros: Long 7 year warranty on the motor and casing, Retractable power cord (length is not specified), Telescopic want extends above the floor reach all the way up to the ceiling, Brush tool can be set at a 90 degree angle to clean tough areas above your head, Six power settings allows you to use just enough power for the particular task, this helps you save on electricity bills, Good fit and finish which isn’t surprising because this is made in Germany, Has an indicator whi...
Cons: Will not deep clean thick carpet which is disappointing for a $400 machine, you’d expect more, Very expensive, Bags are expensive, Will not deep clean carpet because the brush roll is not motorized
Conclusion: You won't be disappointed with a Miele vacuum.
Pros: Excellent maneuverability, Powerful suction (adjustable), Quiet noise level on lower suction settings, Bag self-seals so no dust escapes when you change it, Great for cleaning hard flooring
Cons: Expensive, Needs new filters once a year, No Power Brush for medium or long pile carpets, Only performs well on hard flooring and short pile carpets, Doesn't glide easily while vacuuming rugs or carpets