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Miele Complete C3 Calima Canister Vacuum Cleaner + STB 305-3 Turbobrush + SBB-300 Parquet Floor Brush + More

Item# SPM8795943202 | Model# 41839040USA | Added on January 11, 2017 |
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Miele Complete C3 Calima Canister Vacuum Cleaner + STB 305-3 Turbobrush + SBB-300 Parquet Floor Brush + More
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- Lightweight, Quiet and Powerful Thanks to Miele's Amazing 1200-Watt Vortex Motor - Made In Germany and Made To Last - The Miele Calima has a 20-Year Average Life-Span - AirClean Sealed System Construction - Perfect for any Allergy or Asthma Sufferer - Comes with Miele STB 305-3 Turbobrush - Perfect for Area Rugs and Low-Medium Pile Carpeting - Comes with Miele SBB300-3 Parquet Floor Brush - Designed to go flat under baseboards, low under furniture, tight up against kick jams and around chair legs. With a 90 degree twisting rotation there not many places this floor brush can't go!

The Miele C3 Series A perfect synergy of design and functionality, Miele's C3 series sets new standards in floor care. Superior engineering is balanced with carefully-selected, fine quality materials such as a durable stainless steel wand and specialized ABS plastic with a hard, impact-resistant surface. The C3 series features innovative skeleton construction, making it 2 lbs. less than the S5 series. Other conveniences include a 36-foot operating radius and foot pedal controls for quick and effective cleaning. C3 also features a silence motor to maintain a quiet environment, and an AirClean Sealed System that not only vacuums your floors - but also cleans the air your family breathes. The Parquet Floor Brush is ideal for all smooth flooring such as wood or tile. The Miele Calima comes with the STB 305-3 Turbobrush which is activated by the suction of the machine and its rotating ... read more
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