Good Morning Ellen,So what's the scoop on these expensive vacuums? Are they really any better, or just more expensive? <><><><><><><><><><><>First time poster long time lurker on this board. I'm certainly not a vacuum cleaner expert, however, in your quest for a vacuum you might try looking in the yellow pages, and going to a janitorial supply store. I went to one several yrs. back wanting a good quality squeege for my windows - wound up buying a vacuum.The vacums in janitorial supply places are commercial grade. I purchased a Coach-Pro - seems like it was $450. Typically these are used where lots of vacuuming needs to be done, i.e. casinos, banks, stores, etc. Its COOL - a backpack, you wear it on your back, a cylinder shape, very long cord, attachments are on a belt attached to the backpack (very handy. I can put it on go all through the house, and never have to stop and unplug - walk out in the garage and vacuum the car while I'm at it. Cylinder shape doesn't take up much storage space. VERY powerful - it cleans.Long and short have a look at what is offered at janitorial supply stores for excellent commercial quality, at what I think will offer an excellent value for your money. Best,EvPS - janitorial supply stores are great for gadgets, supplies to make cleaning easier - fun places to browse around in.
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