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I had the Carpet Pro upright CPU-2 several years ago, and it was an outstanding workhorse, despite daily abuse. I left it behind, but I d bet anything it s still going strong. I wanted something small for my studio. It has tile floors, but sometimes you still need to vacuum. I especially wanted it for the mini blinds, and as soon as I got it, I dusted mine. Long overdue, but it made it such an easy task, I wish I would ve gotten it sooner. This comes with so many attachments it s ridiculous. It has plenty of suction power - impressive for such a lightweight machine. It s only 4.5 lbs. That s what really sold me. I can carry this thing around all day and not hurt my back. I did all my floors, and my blinds, and other things that just needed dusting, and the bag s only maybe 1 4 full - if that. Yes, you do have to buy bags for it, and mine came with 1 1 extra. It also has a filter you re supposed to replace after 12 bags, so I ll start looking for that, though I won t need it for some time. This is really easy to use. I slung it over cross body style, and it s a pleasure to use. I can t say anything about its durability, but if it s anything like my other carpet pro, it ll be around a very long time. I didn t get mine here, but this is what mine came with straight out of the box. Hose with adjustable suction ring, shoulder strap, 2 extension wands, round dusting brush, upholstery brush with slide off bristles, crevice tool, angle adapter, floor attachment with high low switch, micro tool kit with adaptor, hose, crevice tool, angle and straight extensions, oval and round brushes, connector. It also has a blower hole, and I believe you can inflate things using the various hoses and attachments, but I haven t tried that yet. This little Grab Go vac is my new favorite thing