Data protection

Data protection

Data, Privacy and Information

Miele will only collect and use personally identifiable information, such as your name, address, email address and telephone number, for the purpose for which you provided the data or to give you news of Miele promotions and new products. Your personally identifiable data will only be used within the Miele group and by business partners who are commissioned by us to fulfill your request.

Miele adopts best practices and technologies to safeguard your personally identifiable information against loss, damage, corruption, manipulation, unauthorised access and unauthorised disclosure. If you have any questions regarding Miele's Data Security please do not hesitate to contact our webmaster at

Cross-references or Hyperlinks on Miele websites may connect to Internet sites run by other companies. Miele cannot accept any responsibility whatsoever for the content of such sites or their data security policies.

Every effort is made to ensure that all information, content and data shown on the Miele website in relation to Miele products, services, news and promotions is accurate, up to date and complete. However due to continuous product improvement and other changing conditions Miele reserves the right to make changes to products and technical data, and other website content without prior notice. Miele will treat all complaints relating to website information in a fair and reasonable way but ultimately will not be held responsible for any loss, inconvenience or action taken based on the information provided in good faith on this website.

The copyright in all text and images on this site belongs to Miele Company Ltd or its licensors. You may view, download and print for your own reference only and for circulation strictly within your own organisation, but may not modify or make any further use of or copy to any other person, or make any commercial use of whatsoever, without Miele's specific written permission.



Like most websites, we use cookies to make our site run more smoothly and to personalise your experience.

Cookies are harmless text files designed to make your online life easier, usually by remembering details such as whether you've visited a site before, what content you may have viewed and what you've placed in your online shopping basket. This data is completely anonymous, containing simply a website name and unique user ID.

Cookies are also used to collect anonymous data about how visitors use a website, such as how long is spent on each page. This allows companies to work out which parts of their websites are most popular, and which sections might need improving to give visitors a better experience of using the site.

None of the cookies we use collect personal information about you; they are simply used to give us anonymous data that allows our website to work properly and help us see where we can improve.


The Miele website uses anonymised cookies to serve the following functions:

Adding products to your shopping basket – this allows you to move from one page to another without losing anything that you've put in your online shopping basket.

Count visitor numbers – several 1st party cookies are used to count visitor numbers, pages viewed and other anonymous data on site usage.

Tailoring adverts and content – this allows us to see anonymous data about what information you've seen before and how you've interacted with our site – for instance, what products you've bought from us – so that we can show you content such as related products that you're more likely to be interested in.

Google Analytics tracking – this gives us aggregated data on how visitors use our website, allowing us to see information such as which are our most popular pages, and how long visitors spend on different parts of our site. We use this anonymous data (which is linked only to your IP address, not to any personally identifying information) to identify parts of the site that may need redesigning or rewriting to make them easier to use.

Other third party analytics tracking – from time to time, we may also make use of other third party analytics tracking, which again is linked only to your IP address and not to any personal information.

If you'd rather not have cookies on your computer, you can disable them quickly and easily in your browser settings. Instructions for doing this will vary from browser to browser, but will usually be in the ‘privacy' section of your browser settings or preferences. You'll also be able to delete any cookies already on your computer, as well as blocking cookies from other sites.

Disabling cookies in your browser may result in some aspects of the Miele website not functioning correctly. For example, the products you put in your shopping basket may disappear if you move to another page. We therefore recommend keeping cookies enabled to ensure you get the most from our site.

For further information about cookies and how to disable them in different browsers, the Information Commissioner's Office offers this comprehensive guide to cookies.