travelswithkuma says, "What's dis? Is it for fishings gears?" We told him it had nothing to do with fishing, or at least not the kind of fish that Bears likes.
Some twenty-plus years ago, I acquired a small hand-held vacuum cleaner, useful for cleaning around the office, or within the small confines of the travel trailer. Over the years, we acquired a lot of spare bags and filters for it. For most folks, a great disadvantage of this unit is that it is very noisy. For Lisa, though, this was a feature, not a bug, as it gives her a way to generate noise when she can't wear her tinnitus-blocking earpiece, such as when taking a bath or washing her hair. A couple of weeks ago, the motor quit. Finding a replacement would be difficult, but we found something on eBay that was close.
This is a Sirchie Evidence Recovery kit, such as one might use to recover evidence at a crime scene. But the kit is built around the specific model of Mighty-Mini vacuum cleaner that Lisa wanted, so we had to buy the whole kit to get the piece we wanted.
The vacuum cleaner works, and now we have a whole bunch of extra attachments we probably will never need. Lisa had some hope that her Panasonic P2 video camera might fit into the case; alas, the case is just not quite deep enough for the camera to fit.
Lisa is happy with the acquisition.