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jko, I think they're having their own rivets and buttons made. I'm sending over some hemp denim for a test. I've long wanted to try hemp jeans, they're almost impossible to get in a non-ultrabaggy cut.
Sounds good. Let us know what you decide. To me the two main questions are whether or not you need/want an electric brush and how much of a difference the sealed canister makes.
I was thinking along similar lines, otc. We have more carpet than you but no pets. At first I thought I'd want an electric brush, so, as mentioned, I planned to get the cheapest one, the s2 Delphi. But in the store I preferred the lightness and maneuverability of the turbo brush, and it seemed plenty good enough for low carpet. It seemed like we only would need an electric if we had both pets and lots of carpet or high pile carpet. We may get a pet, and we may move...
Good teamwork, D. Otc, most places seem to charge $599. A NYC chain had it online for $499, which the local dealer said was list. Pricey, but a significant discount compared to other S8s. Mine still hasn't arrived. CA warehouse was out, so it's on the way from the EC.
I used to wear v-necks a lot, from age 5 (school uniform) to 35. But one of my brothers has always hated them, and one time he told me it was because they lack material in the place you need it the most. I laughed at the time. But I don't know if it's because of that idea creeping slowly into my head or simply because I moved to CA, but I haven't worn them now for several years. W/ a sport coat and tie, I think they look a good kind of professorial and I'd probably...
Curved lapels are generally said to have "belly." The curve is the belly. (Although, recently I've seen a couple bloggers call the lapel roll belly, which I believe is a mistake, but could be a translation issue.) I like a little bit of belly on my lapels. Straight or concave ones look too sharp and severe for my taste. Slightly curved ones seem a little more soft and friendly, like soft shoulders and drape. But that's just my opinion. I'm pretty thin and I think they...
^That looks exactly like the one my parents had. I used to play with the brush and other attachments as a kid. Ordered the Miele S8390 Freshair today. It's a promo model that's significantly cheaper than the usual S8s and comes w/ a bunch of extra attachments. But more importantly, it's white, which my wife wanted from the start. Although, I do most of the vacuuming... Thanks for the help guys. Miele's are built to last 20 yrs, so I hope we won't need to make this...
Thanks JG. I'm pretty convinced on the canisters too. Took a look at a few Riccars and Mieles at the dealer today. The dealer said Riccar vacuums as well as the Mieles and is cheaper than them. But it isn't as reliable, is heavier and louder than the Mieles. So it looks like I'm going w/ a Miele. The S2 doesn't isn't sealed like other Mieles, so it looks like I'll be stepping up from the S2. The S8 is great, but heavy and pricy. WIll look more carefully at the S6. ...
Thanks D. I'd never heard of Riccar before that thread. Going to check them out at the local dealer. Made in the US is a plus imo. The models sell for about 20% less than MSRP. At that price, the canister models are about 33% less than the Mieles w/ comparable features. Not sure how they perform though.
Thanks OTC. That all makes sense. Although, I think Shark does make some bagless models that are sealed. I'm definitely leaning toward a bagged model, particularly the Miele Delphi, which is probably the cheapest one w/ a powered brush. We do have some medium pile carpet, which seems to require it. I'd read that the only differences between that and the Titan are that the Titan includes an extra brush and the HEPA filter, both of which can be added later and for less...
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