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the Miele S8 line was in development, one thing people wanted was more choice. So with the new Miele Marin, you now have your choice of one of three different powerheads that
allow you to tailor the Marin to meet your specific cleaning needs and budget. With upgrades like full foot pedal controls, two floor tools, standby park, and one-touch cord
rewind, the S8590 Marin offers complete cleaning ability in a versatile and attractive package. Those who are concerned with their environment can take heart that the Marin
has the Automatic suction feature which automatically reduces or increases power and suction depending on the type of flooring you are cleaning. This means you'll always be using just
enough power to effectively clean, and allergy and asthma sufferers can enjoy the fact that the Marin is equipped with Miele's AirClean system. The combination of the sealed
system, HEPA filter, 9-ply dustbag and pre-motor filter work together to create a vacuum that not only tackles floors and above-the-floor cleaning but quite literally
filters the air you breathe. Compare Miele S8 Canister Vacuums.
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Miele Marin S8590 Vacuum Cleaners Features
AirClean System - features 12 stage filtration (9 ply dustbag, pre-motor filter, HEPA filter with Generally Activated Charcoal and finally a post-motor filter) that
removes 99.99% of all particles 0.3 microns or larger. Rubber seals around the dustbag and a Sealed System prevent air leakage and ensure cleaner air.
As a key component of the AirClean system, the Active HEPA Filter is independently tested and certified to trap 99.99% of particles 0.3 microns and larger while a
layer of activated charcoal adsorbs household odors.
The 9-ply G/N AirClean dust bag can hold up to 4.76 quarts and traps large particles and allergens.
The 1200 Watt Miele Vortex Motor provides powerful suction and is now encapsulated to further reduce sound.
The Miele Marin is rigorously tested to last an average of 20 years residential use*, and
each vacuum is tested prior to leaving the factory floor.
A One-Touch Cord Rewind button as well as foot button suction controls (in lieu of the old rotary dial), provide convenience and allow you to control the Marin without
having to bend down while you clean.
With all new styling, the Marin features a metallic, navy-blue finish that sets it apart from other vacuum cleaners.
A raised, 3D bumper strips protects furniture as well as your vacuum from bumps and dings while you clean.
Dust bag change indicator alerts you to replace the dust bag, while a separate filter change indicator lets you know when it is
time to replace the HEPA filter.
Safety Shut-Off prevents the motor from overheating in the event that a damaging item is sucked up.
Lightweight the Miele Marin weighs in around 11 lbs., nearly 20% lighter than the S5 line of canisters.
The Deluxe Ergonomic Handle Assembly allows for a comfortable cleaning motion while the integrated brushroll controls
put complete control of the vacuum right at your fingertips.
The Marin has been awarded the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval.
The Stainless Steel Telescopic Wand fully extends and retracts to increase reach for amazing above-the-floor cleaning.
The Marin has three space-saving park positions. The park position at the base of the unit
automatically puts this S8 into Standby Mode as well as two other side park positions.
Standby Mode saves power while the vacuum is parked but provides convenience when life interrupts while cleaning.
The Automatic Suction setting provides ease and convenience and is environmentally friendly by only using
as much power as needed for you specific cleaning task.
The Miele Marin comes with your choice of one of three powerheads for deep carpet cleaning:
SEB 236 Powerbrush, SEB 228 Powerbrush, and the SEB 217-3 Powerbrush. Each gives you choice in terms of
how powerful of a carpet cleaning tool you need and how much you want to pay.
As the standard smooth floor tool with premium Miele vacuums, the Marin comes equipped with the SBB 300-3 Parquet Floor Tool.
A Crevice Tool for tight spaces, Dusting Brush for delicate cleaning,
and Upholstery Tool for furniture and curtains are conveniently stored, under the hood.
7 Year Warranty on the motor and body casing - 1 Year Warranty on parts and labor.
* 45 Minutes of Use Once Per Week on the Highest Setting.
Your Choice - One of Three Miele Powerbrush Options
SEB 236 Full Size Powerbrush 13 3/8 " wide
SEB 236 Electro Premium
Electrically-driven carpet tool with a 13 3/8"-wide brush roll
and 5 height adjustments for a variety of carpet
densities is the most popular choice. This carpet tool has a swivel neck for maneuverability and smooth operation,
an integrated, LED light to illuminate your cleaning path, all-around bumper strip to protect your
furniture and an automatic shut-off when in the parked position. This tool will also stand on it's own and does not need to be parked to the side of the Marin.
Great for all carpet types.
SEB 228 Full Size Powerbrush 14 " wide
SEB 228 ElectroPlus
With a 14" wide cleaning path this full-size carpet cleaning tool works well on all carpet. The SEB 228 features 5 level height adjustment, swivel
neck design, and slightly wider cleaning path than the 236. The cleaning motion is slick and effortless. Less expensive than the SEB 236, this tool
lacks the automatic park/shut-off when locked upright and LED light. Great for all carpet types.
SEB 217-3 Mid Size Powerbrush 10 1/2" wide
SEB 217-3 Electro Comfort
This electrically-driven carpet tool with
a 10"-wide brush roll with floating head and swivel neck design. As the most basic of the three carpet cleaning tools,
the 217-3 is best used on medium to low pile and density carpet.
SBB300-3 Parquet Floor Tool
Perfect for use on all types of smooth flooring, including tile, linoleum, hardwoods, laminate, and PVC, this floor tool uses a mixture of polyamide and natural
hair bristles to ensure a gentle cushion while cleaning. The bristles dislodge and loosen and allow the powerful Miele suction to clean quietly and effectively. It has a
90° rotation and is exceptionally agile at cleaning around obstacles
such as table legs and in tight places.
The hose is often an overlooked part of a vacuum cleaner, but the standard, electric equipped hose on the Marin provides both reach as well as durable
flexibility that can literally be tied into knots and not be damaged. Tested for years of abuse, the Miele hose will never fail.
Additional Accessories Like other Miele models, the S8 canister series comes with three
included tools, all useful for above-the-floor cleaning, including upholstery,
shelves, baseboards, ceiling fans and more. Each fits snugly in an onboard storage compartment.
AirClean Dustbags The AirClean dustbag features a 9-ply
construction that increases airflow while improving filtration. This color-coded, spring-loaded, self-sealing
dust bag is a key component to Miele's AirClean system.
Traps 99.9% of all fine dust particles
33% longer suction performance than Intensive Clean bags
15% improved filtration
Air flow guides increase dust storage capacity by up to 25%
Self-sealing collar with rubber gasket for hygienic removal and disposal
Active HEPA Filter The active HEPA filter not only captures and retains
tiny, lung damaging particles (including dust mite feces, dander,
and pollen), it also uses a layer of charcoal filter to absorb
light household odors. The filter exceeds HEPA standards and has been independently tested to trap 99.99% of all particles as tiny as
0.3 microns. Replace after 50 hours of use or
approximately once per year.
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Miele Marin S 8590 Vacuum Cleaner
The Miele Marin is second in the line of new Miele S8 vacuum cleaners. While it lacks a few of the style points and features that are reserved for the UniQ, the S8 Marin
delivers solid performance and showcases the best that Miele has to offer in terms of function and easy of use. I will admit, that after testing this model I was reluctant to
return it to our shown room (who doesn't like that color?), but after almost three weeks of use and a road trip to visit family, this is how the Marin fared.
What I like about the Miele Marin Vacuum Cleaner
In my opinion and speaking from a purely aesthetic perspective, even without the chrome accents and LEDs of the UniQ, the Marin is the most eye-catching
model in the new S8 line. I have always been partial to the deep, primary colors and the metallic finish of the Marin really makes it stand out. Before you
even open the box, you have to first decide on which model you want! The Marin comes with your choice of carpet cleaning brush. If you want to go with the top-of-the-line,
then go with the SEB 236. It has a nice wide cleaning path, bumper strip, LED light, auto-standby/park feature, and is height adjustable. The 236 literally offers everything
you need to clean wall-to-wall carpeting of any type (low pile all the way to dense, high pile types). The SEB 228 is the next option. In terms of cleaning it is identical
to the 236, but it is slightly cheaper since the powerbrush itself lacks the LED light and auto-standby/park feature. It is a very smooth operating brush and would work
well in almost any home. Lastly, there is the SEB 217-3. I would only recommend this (compared to the other two) for people with medium or low pile carpet. The cleaning path
is more narrow and there is not height adjustment like with the 236 and 228, so it works well on low to medium density and pile carpet. Beyond this and you might find yourself
struggling to push it along. It is a fairly basic carpet cleaning brush, but does drop the price of the Marin down.
For my testing I used it throughout my home but also took it with me to my parents house for a weekend. I like using their home as a testing ground for several reasons. First,
the house is almost completely carpeting. Second, the carpet varies from low pile, high traffic, to dense, comfortable bedroom carpeting, and there are also some areas of smooth
flooring. The home gets a lot of foot traffic with family constantly in and out of the house on a near daily basis. Lastly, the space is an old farm house whic means there are
many opportunities to dust, oak stair railings, heating vents, window sills, etc. No matter the job, the Marin had the right tool. From the mini accessories getting those hard to reach
cob webs my mother always misses to the premium floor tools, there literally wasn't a single surface in that home that couldn't be freed of dust and dirt with the
Marin. My mother has always been partial to uprights and loves here Bolero, but I think I'm making her see the merits of high quality canister vacuum!
Indoor air quality is a growing concern, even for those who don not suffer from allergies or asthma, and with the Marin, you actually get a home appliances that
improves the air quality in your home. Independently tested and certified, a Miele vacuum cleaner (like the Marin) with the AirClean system can trap in excess of 99.99%
of all particles 0.3 microns or larger. So whether it is pollen, dander, dust mite allergen, household dust or just the standard dirt and debris that can
accumulate on floors, shelves and other places, the Marin removes it and actually traps it, keeping it from simply being blow back through your home (such is the case with
the majority of vacuums available today). So while your floors will look fantastic, your home will have a healthier kind of clean that few cleaning appliances can truly
There are a few noticeable upgrades with the Marin that really help to set it apart from other comparable vacuums of other brands, even from its predecessor models, the Miele S8s. The
Marin is extremely durable. I'm not saying it will withstand a direct blow from a 5lb. sledgehammer (might be an interesting, yet costly experiment), but the body is built to
take years of bumps, bangs, and collisions. A raised bumper helps to cushion impacts and protect furniture from scuffs or scratches. The hose can literally be tied into knots
and will still spring back to its original shape, and the motor is warrantied for a full seven years. The Marin also has an encased motor, and this coupled with
the standard Miele silence insulation makes this vacuum quiet enough, that you can clean without disturbing a sleeping baby or, my case, a sleeping dog. After you bend over
to plug this vacuum in, you are essentially done until you are finished cleaning. The reach and cord length allows you to
clean several rooms at once, and the handle with foot pedals give you complete control without having to bend back down to adjust anything. Indicators let you know when you need to
replace the bag and HEPA filter, and the cord can be fully retracted with just one tap of your toe.
For anyone looking for a vacuum that is a little "greener" than the rest, the Marin fits the bill. The automatic suction section senses air pressure and adjust suction to provide you
optimal cleaning regardless of what surface you are on. Ultimately this means that you only use as much electricity as you need at any given time - no more, no less. Miele as a company
has also started green initiative in recent years to reduce waste and energy consumption in their factories and distribution hubs. So in all, they try to reduce their impact on nearly
What I do not like about the Miele Marin vacuum cleaner
Truthfully, I can find little wrong with the Marin other than price. The price tag on a Miele is always a bit higher than the rest, but there's a lot that goes into that, from
world class filtration and complete cleaning ability to independent testing and quality components. This S8 comes with a 7 year warranty on the motor and casing as well as a 1 year
warranty on everything else, but aside from occasionally cleaning the powerhead and replacing the bag & filter, there is very little you have to do to maintain this machine. So
you can spend $100-200 every couple years on a new vacuum or bite the bullet up front and purchase one that literally lasts 10X as long and cleans better.
In all, I was left very impressed with the Marin. From cleaning my house top to bottom to using it in a fully carpeted home (my parent's), the Miele S8590 Marin performed at or
above the lofty expectations I have of Miele vacuum cleaners. The Marin is lighter than the S5 models and offers greater value and more features for about the same price.