Cordless vacuum cleaners, or stick vacuums, are popular nowadays because they make house cleaning a breeze. These babies are lightweight and cordless, so it’s easy to carry one around the house. But with the wide array of choices in the market today, thinking of what cordless vacuum cleaner to buy can get quite confusing, too.
Dyson vacuum cleaners always make it to the top of cordless stick vacuum cleaner round-ups and we have already compared the different products in the Dyson V11 series. This time, it will be a Miele Triflex vs Dyson V11 face off.
Miel Triflex vs Dyson V11 Products Comparison Chart
All products in the Miele Triflex HX1 and the Dyson V11 lines are cordless stick vacuum cleaners.
Miele is one of the key players in the home appliance industry and the German company has proven the quality and durability of its vacuum cleaners and other products since its founding in 1899. Surprisingly, it was only in 2020 when Miele introduced its first cordless vacuum series, the Triflex HX1. All stick vacuum cleaners in the series sport a classic minimalist design. However, only the standard Triflex HX1 comes in 2 colors (gray and white) while the Cat & Dog and the Pro come in black and grayish pearl, respectively. In terms of construction and design, only the colors set these 3 cordless vacuum cleaners apart. The length, the weight, and even the dust bin capacity of these stick vacuum cleaners are all the same.
Meanwhile, the Dyson V11 series of cordless stick vacuum cleaners follow the fun and modern nickel-colored design that Dyson appliances are known for. The Dyson V11 Animal and Dyson V11 Torque are almost identical if it were not for the color of the sticks. Though the Dyson V11 Outsize is of the same height as these two, it is heavier and has a bigger dust bin capacity. Moreover, Dyson V11 cordless vacuum sticks have a digital LCD screen that displays time, performance, and cleaning modes.
Configurations & Accessories
All Miele Triflex HX1 and the Dyson V11 products can be used as handheld vacuum cleaners.
The Miele Triflex line was launched 10 years after Dyson’s first cordless stick vacuum cleaner and it would be natural to expect it to have almost the same configurations as its competitor’s products. But Miele took it a step further by making a 3-in-1 configuration possible which makes it very flexible for cleaning a lot of areas. For example, you can have the main body at the bottom of the stick (Comfort Mode) for cleaning large areas or have it on the handle (Range Mode) so you can easily lift the stick when cleaning ceilings and light fittings. All products in the Triflex series have the standard accessories and attachments but the Miele Triflex HX1 Pro has an extra battery, battery charging tray, and a handheld electrobrush.
The cordless vacuum sticks in the Dyson V11 line can be used two ways: as an upright stick vacuum or as a handheld vacuum. And as with the Miele Triflex, the premium member of the product line offers more attachments and accessories. As you will see below, the Dyson V11 Outsize has a soft roller cleaner head, three more quick release attachments, and a docking station.
Performance & Special Features
Miele Triflex HX1 and Dyson V11 cordless stick vacuum cleaners both have impressive features.
Miele’s canister vacuum cleaners are known for having powerful motors and their Triflex HX1 line also boasts of an equally powerful Vortex technology. Thus, Triflex HX1 stick vacuum cleaners can virtually clean any type of surface. The Triflex HX1 Cat & Dog and Pro stick vacuum cleaners have an extra-wide electrobrush with BrilliantLED making it very convenient to clean areas with little to no lighting. Lastly, all units have a maintenance-free HEPA filter that can catch up to 99% of allergens from surfaces.
Dyson appliances are famous for its brilliant engineering and the V11 series is no exception. All units have LCD screens that display cleaning mode, battery levels, and even filter maintenance. They also have a Dynamic Load Sensor (DLS) automatic system that adjusts motor speed according to the surface being cleaned. Cleaning the dust bin is easy with Dyson’s point-and-shoot feature. Lastly, the cordless vacuum cleaners in the V11 line have 14 internal cyclones that can forcefully separate dust from the air to prevent clogging.
Battery life is almost the same for the the cordless vacuum stick cleaners in the Miele Triflex HX1 and Dyson V11 product lines.
Both the Miele Triflex HX1 and Dyson V11 line of cordless stick vacuum cleaners have removable lithium ion batteries. Only the premium products of each brand, namely the Miele Triflex HX1 Pro and the Dyson V11 Outsize, have extra batteries that doubles their runtime. However, using the electrobrush lessens the runtime of Triflex HX1 vacuum cleaners. Dyson V11’s Eco mode, on the other hand, optimizes battery life.
We have chosen one cordless vacuum stick per category from the Miele Triflex HX1 and Dyson V11 product lines.
Best Cordless Vacuum Overall
Overall, the Miele Triflex HX1 Standard and the Dyson V11 Torque Drive are the best cordless stick vacuum cleaners in this round-up. Their features are almost identical but the Triflex relatively costs less than the Torque Drive, not to mention that it’s also freestanding.
Best Battery Life
Of course, the top end products of each line get are the best in terms battery life. Both the Miele Triflex HX1 Pro and the Dyson V11 Outsize have a runtime of 120 minutes. Take note, however, that the Outsize has a larger dustbin so you can literally go on a nonstop 2-hour cleaning spree without having to empty the compartment.
Best for Pet Owners
The Miele Triflex HX1 Cat & Dog and the Dyson V11 Animal are both designed for homes with pets. But while the Triflex has a lighted electrobrush, the Animal has a smart LCD display on its body and also costs less.
Miele Triflex HX1 cordless stick vacuum cleaners are made in Germany.
Dyson V11 cordless stick vacuum cleaners, as with other Dyson vacuum cleaners, are currently manufactured in Malaysia.
Dyson V11 motors are louder as it can generate up to 80 dB noise output. Miele Triflex HX1 motors, on the other hand, only generate a maximum of 76 dB noise output.
Both Miele and Dyson are trusted names in the home appliance industry. While Miele was founded almost a decade before Dyson, the latter has already proven its top notch technology when it comes to home appliances.
Last update on 2022-05-27 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API