2465-CON-100

One-Handed Broom and Dustpan Set

By WISP

$29.95

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Sweep thoroughly with fewer passes. WISP’s one-handed broom is equipped with dense, electrostatic bristles that stay flush to the floor. They attract pet hair, dirt, and even glass off of different surfaces like carpets, tiles, wood, and furniture. And the foot-controlled, hands-free dustpan makes cleanup a breeze.

  • Materials: Plastic, stainless steel
  • Includes broom and foot-pan
  • For use instructions, please see how-to-use video
  • One-handed, easy to use design
  • Foot-operated pan reduces bending and easily cleans bristles with side combs
  • Broom features telescoping handle that extends from 29" to 51"
  • Dustpan combs make bristle cleaning simple & hands-free
  • Bristle Seal technology features dense 90° electrostatic bristles
  • Easily picks up pet hair, glass, and debris with fewer passes
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 50" x 12" x 2.5"
  • Weight: 2 lbs.

42 Reviews (3.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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This broom was purchased for my motor home

6/24/2018 by Pat

Was disappointed it will not stay hang up in my motor and it has static when you swipe into dust pan. It probably work good in a home.

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Would not recommend

6/2/2017 by Craig

$30 for a broom says it better be a REALLY good broom. This is a flimsy plastic broom. The dust pan and the broom are supposed to snap together but mind does not. Seems to be a manufacturing defect.

So you get a plastic dust pan that is molded so you can step on it to hold it down. Clever design. The broom is just a broom.

If you didn't know better and I handed it to you, you'd likely guess it costs something less than $10.

Response from the Maker:

Thank you for your feedback.  The material we used for the WISP is durable but light weight for your convenience. The WISPpan is specifically made to flex when stepped on to create a pan to floor seal but it is quite durable I assure you. There are letters on the pan and the WISP that should line up so it will click together.  The bristles should be facing upward for protection.  If you have tried this and it still doesn't work then you have a defective unit, just contact customer support and The Grommet will ship you a free replacement.
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Wisp?

5/15/2018 by Marjorie

Still haven't figured out how to put it together.

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poor product

1/2/2018 by George N Vicki

Contrary to the product description, the dust pan misses crumbs just like any other dust pan. The broom i awful! Difficult to handle and unable to get edges or corners!More > < Less

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Donated it

8/11/2017 by Rebekah

I could not make this work, so I donated it to a charity. Sorry. Response from the Maker: Thank you for your feedback. I am sorry our WISPck. I am sorry our WISP didn't work out for you. Thank you for donating it to a place that needed it.More > < Less

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A whole new take on the dustpan and broom.

About WISP

Spotless Sweep

This household essential just got a sweeping makeover.

WISP’s one-handed broom is armed with dense, short bristles that stay flush to the floor. And the bristles are electrostatic, too, so they’ll attract pet hair, dirt, and even glass into its foot-controlled, hands-free dustpan. It’s thorough, which means fewer passes with the broom.

Eben Dobson is an avid golfer (nicknamed “Wisp” for his small stature and fluid swing) who designed his first prototype to pick debris off of a golf course. It worked so well that he decided to retool it for indoors, corralling dirt off of difficult surfaces (e.g. carpets, tiles, wood, furniture).

The dustpan creates a tight seal against the ground, so you’ll sweep into, not under it. And Eben even thought to tackle smaller jobs, with the mini WISP. It’s small enough to fit in a glove compartment or office drawer for on-the-go cleaning.

Whatever you’re keeping clean, WISP will help you do a faster, easier, more complete job.