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NYker: Very strong suction. Used on hardwood floors and area rugs. We don't have any issue with winding the cord around the bottom. In fact, the automatic rewind on my old Mighty Mite which we used for about 15 years caused us concern when young children were around.
Ohio5770: Love this vacuum. It's got fantastic suction and works amazingly well on tile, wood floors and rugs. Have been using it for 3 months so far and would reorder in a heartbeat.
Pacificman11: This is a wonderful vacuum for hardwood floors (or tile, viynl ect.) will not work on carpet so don't even try. Makes handy vacuum to clean up after small projects like hanging blinds(saw dust).We have two dogs and 2000 plus Sq ft of hardwoods in our new home and my wife was going crazy trying to keep them clean with swiffers, bought her this on amazon and recieved it in 2 days (prime) we botha are tall (5'10" and 6'4") and love the long handle no more bending over, wish the brush attachments were better but we have extra from our other vacuums.Again for hard surfaces this is a 5 star all the way.
Patricia L Parsons: This was so cheaply made it should have been embarrassing to manufacture it and put it on the market. All it was ood for was making noise! This one went back immediately.
PB: Since I have mostly tile floors, I like the fact that the floor tool is not motorized (and so doesn't throw bits around the room rather than sucking them up). I'm very happy going back to a bagged machine -- cleaning the filters and canisters in my no-bag hepa vacuum was getting to be a real pain. On hard surfaces I have had no problems with the unit turning over while dragging it around as some folks have complained about. In fact it is light enough that sometimes I just pick it up and carry it. The only thing I really don't like is the combination tool. I use the brush and find that the hard nozzle tool on the back side gets in the way when I'm trying to get into a tight spot. The hard nozzle side is a bit redundant as well -- I find the longer and thinner crevice tool more useful. I always have trouble with black plastic and/or rubber bumpers from machines marking things up, so I generally wrap the tools with a bit of masking tape. This unit will mark if you aren't careful, but not nearly as bad as some, especially the ones with rubber bumpers.