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Vacuum: Oh Yeah, You Clean Those Drapes

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This is basically an updated version of the Proton Packs used by the Ghostbusters. Allegedly, it can suck a ghost through a garden hose. And speaking of which, hey lady -- I've got a little something that could use some...no? We're not going there? Okay.

Capable of cleaning virtually any surface from carpet to tile to stone or hardwood floors., the Ergonomic Backpack Vacuum comes with a powerful suction that is even able to tackle items like broken glass, confetti, nuts and bolts and pet hair among others. Each $170 purchase will come with padded backpack straps, a HEPA filter to remove 99.9% of all dust, telescoping wand, easy reach attachments, a 26 ft. power cord, reusable collection bag and six disposable bags.

Hell yeah broken glass, confetti, nuts and bolts and pet hair -- that sounds like a party! So why wasn't I invited. Is it because of last time? I already told you -- I THOUGHT I WAS IN THE BATHROOM!

Ergonomic Backpack Vacuum [ubergizmo]

Thanks to sarah, FDSY and Chris, who must really love vacuums. Or sucking. SWISH.

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  • ingabazaro39

    I have three dogs. Although they are short-haired, their thick fur means shedding year-round. I was becoming very aggravated with the daily hair accumulation along my hard wood flooring. Even with daily sweeping, vacuuming and wet mopping, it was hair everywhere. I read many reviews and decided to buy the Bissell pet vacuum - http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0045... . It has very strong suction and makes efficient vacuum-cleaning very easy.

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