I wanted a small wet-dry vacuum for small areas while working on my projects in the garage, cleaning car messes left behind by the grandkids and to get in the tight corners and holes of my RV. This little bugger seemed to meet my expectations.
The 1-1/4” hose was easier to manipulate in the small areas than a full-size wet-dry vac, and it also fits the attachments from my house vacuum; so, when I have a need to use additional attachments like a wand or an upholstery brush, it’ll slide right on.
The box included a crevice nozzle and 4” wide gulping device that worked for most of my needs so far. The motor is reasonably quiet and not a high-pitched whine that requires hearing protection. The handle is there for a reason. The unit’s light weight makes it easy to carry around and hold on to, as is often required because it’s light weight also means it tips over easy if not properly positioned in a secure method.
The 1-1/2 Hp motor seems to be strong enough to handle the small particles and sand that had accumulated in the tight corners of the RV, and also strong enough to suck the stuff out of the edges and corners from the carpeted areas as well. Seems to be perfect for the jobs for why I bought it.
Around $25 from Walmart. I am still hesitant if it will work on the hardwood floors holding the unit in one hand, and the other using a wand. Someday.