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71 of 75 people found the following review helpful
on September 30, 2011
I am a professional commercial cleaner and therefore I have used many different styles and brands of commercial vacuums. The number one problem with Uprights and Canisters is that they have limited mobility and they have difficulty reaching behind,around and under furniture. This Vacuum comes with a 50 foot extension cord, and a very maneuverable wand and floor tool. What the floor tool cannot get, the brush, crevice tool and upholstery tool can. There are multiple other attachments and wands for these. I always liked these and when our Bissel fell apart, we needed something more durable and something that could get stairs, vents and cobwebs off of high and hard to reach places. This is durable, powerful and effective, and that is a feature that uprights and canister vacuums do not have. They can get dust, debris and dirt in places others can only hope to get. I have used both the Super Quarter Vac and the Supercoach Vac. The Super is not much heavier than the Quarter and has more capacity. You will actually forget you are even wearing one so focus on the task at hand is not difficult. So, we decided to buy one of these me being a professional cleaner and my Wife being a former cleaner herself. It has more that paid for itself. Me having respiratory problems, the HEPA Filter was needed. It paid for itself the first few times we ran the vacuum. Family has already asked us to bring ours over for "Demonstrations" and they are even impressed and my Dad who is a manager in retail is considering purchasing one for his Supermarket. These Vacuums are easy to use so training is not hard. ProTeam has proven that their products can serve both commercial cleaning companies and the household simply needing a sturdy, reliable, powerful and effective vacuum.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
on February 25, 2012
I got this vacuum for my home knowing that I would love it. I have been using the same brand/type at work for the last 3 years now, sometimes up to 6 hours a night. I knew if it could stand up to that kind of abuse it was a good deal for the price for my personal use. Showed up promptly and was exactly what I wanted.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon March 3, 2010
I've been a custodian for 4 years now, and my first week on the job, I was introduced to this beauty. There were a lot of vacpack vacuums we had- most of them smaller that just used velcro to secure around the waist, but the SuperCoach was the one that worked wonders. Its simple design, light weight and reach make this thing a godsend for nearly any vacuuming task, and it's so good, that I bought my own just 3 months into the job.

The SuperCoach is worn like a backpack (hence the term 'vacpack') with the two straps on the front. You can also fasten it around your waist as well with the seatbelt-like straps, but I never use that portion mostly because of just how long the strap is. The black hose that comes out of the top of the vacuum connects to the two-piece metal wand and vacuum head. On the left side of the shoulder/waist straps there's your plug-in for the extension cord, and right next to it is the on/off switch. If you've never seen or used one of these before, you're going to need an extension cord for the SuperCoach since the plug-in cord is just a few inches long. Once you're set, switch this bad boy on and get vacuuming!

The SuperCoach is much quieter than any 'regular' push vacuum I've used, and I can't see myself using one of those ever again unless my SuperCoach isn't available. It's strong, and sucks up just about anything you put it up against. Just be sure to only vacuum up practical things that won't damage the hose or bag inside (and of course, no liquids). It's light in weight, to me at least, and the only complaint I have is the size. It's not too big, but I feel they could've shortened it a bit and made it wider. That's just a very tiny nitpick of mine, and doesn't affect the rating at all. Everything about this vacuum is great, and you probably won't need another for a long, long time if you get it. The bags it uses hold quite a bit, and are strong as well, so you could just empty them in the trash, then reuse them one or two more times. To get the bags in/out, all you do is unscrew the purple lid, and the bag goes in there. I could kiss whoever designed this thing.

Both my SuperCoach at home, and the ones I've used at work have never failed me. Whoever designed this deserves a medal. The only thing to watch out for when buying online is making sure that you're getting a deal- don't overpay just for the vacuum body. Some SuperCoaches are sold without the black hose, wand and various head attachments, but it should come with those. But as long as you get one, you'll be satisfied. I mean, look how much I'm gushing over a vacuum here!
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
on November 5, 2012
I swear by these vacuums for commercial (and personal!) use. I used them extensively while working as a housekeeper at my university and realized it would be great for a home as well. I bought one and I've been happy with it ever since. You can get what would take at least 3 hours with an upright done in half the time or less with double the thoroughness! Seriously, they rock. Practical, durable, powerful, easily maneuverable.

The only things to watch out for would be its suction. When the aluminum wand is removed, it seems like anything within 5 inches of the end of the hose is at risk of being sucked up into the bag. This is a good and a bad thing: corners are an absolute breeze, but the vacuum is very eager to suck on your pant leg or nearby papers. It's also easy to bump into stuff while it's on your back; it's not very heavy and it's easy to forget it's there.

The dust and debris don't have to pass through any spinning parts or belts before being caught in the bag, so vacuuming stray bits of dry dog food, marbles, pennies--whatever--poses no damaging risks to the vacuum. For me, this is a huge plus.

It's a bit pricy, but most decent vacuums are going to run you $400 or more. I think the price is easily justifiable, and I'm very pleased with this product!
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
on October 20, 2012
I researched backpack vacs for weeks because it was a big investment for my cleaning business and I came to the conclusion that this was the one for me; then, a friend (who's used dozens of backpack vacs) used the Pro-team vac somewhere and told me it was the best one shed ever used...that sealed the deal! I put in the order...

It picks up everything, it doesn't leave small particles behind, it is light, it isn't obnoxiously loud, it has cut my 8 hour day down by at least 45 minutes, because I'm not taking 5 steps, then looking behind me to tow the canister safely to not hit any furniture! I can just plug it in once and go!

I recommend this vacuum to ANYBODY who has a cleaning business! It saves on time, and as we all know, time is money! So it pays for itself very quickly. I highly recommend getting the additional 14" horsehair brush, I use that all over the place, and I just got the turbo carpet attachment to make vacuuming high pile rugs easier.

Get it, you'll be happy :)
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on February 24, 2013
I was using a raven 10Q backpack while i was cleaning my accounts and one of customers came up to me and told me he had a vacuum like mine and showed me and told me he wanted 10 bucks for it. No joke. I took it in a heartbeat,. it needed new power wire new hose wand and attachments. it cost me 95 bucks for all the new attachments. I ended up selling my raven. This vac is much lighter. quieter and stronger the power switch is mounted on the lower strap so its easy to reach unlike my old one where it was on the unit itself what was a pain to get to. Also not to mention more comfortable. best Vac i have used. its extremely reliable. easy to work on if needed really great vac for commercial cleaning. worth the money. i been using it for a year straight and still works great. Just make sure you don't fill the bags or you will burn the motor out. Just a tip from me.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on February 5, 2013
I use this in my cleaning business. I is a little awkward for transporting to different jobs but is nice for easily getting under desks, etc. It takes a little while to get used to moving around with it on your back and not running into things in tight spaces but it has good suction and is easy to use attachments.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on January 2, 2015
First I want to mention that I own 2 of these for my commercial accounts. There's nothing wrong with the vacuums themselves. However, THE YELLOW POWER CORDS that come with these are made of a shoddy quality (probably from China). Over time (took 3 years for me), they will twist-up tightly and eventually break the wires inside. I've been cleaning for 15 years and never had any major issue with any other vacuum or extension cord. Yet both of these cords caught fire.
ANYONE WHO'S READING THIS -- UNPLUG THAT YELLOW CORD & TOSS IT INTO THE TRASH! REPLACE IT WITH A GOOD CORD FROM YOUR LOCAL HARDWARE STORE. DON'T RISK ANOTHER DAY WITH IT!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on August 6, 2012
This is an amazing vacuum! It is easy to use without having to push or pull around and does a great job on both carpets and all types of flooring. The only thing to get used to is having it on your back. You have to use caution around lamps and other things that you could hit as you turn. It's a little cumbersome but totally worth getting used to. We have owned two of them for several years with no issues at all! I purchased this one for my daughter and she loves it too!
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on March 12, 2013
for the price they should have made the cord be retractable and second, they should really include the hardwood floor bristle attachment. I just ordered it for another $25.00 so I'm hoping that makes it a complete package. works great so far.
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