WISP

One-Handed Broom and Dustpan Set Case of 4

Reviews (3.7 out of 5 Grommets)

Sorted by Rating
1

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 WISP didn't work out for you. Thank you for donating it to a place that needed it.

1

terrible

7/5/2017 by Patti

This broom is terrible. The bristles are not long enough to get under tables or buffet. I hate it!

Response from the Maker:

Thank you for your feedback.  The bristels are short so debris is more controlled and not flung across the floor.  The WISP is perfect for going underneath tables because the bristles are at a 90 degree angle but a buffet sits lower to the ground and might be more of a challenge even for a regular broom.  If you are not happy you can always return your WISP for your money back.  Thank you for choosing WISP!

1

Disappointed

6/19/2017 by Linda R

I used it a few times but unable to get the broom into the pan correctly. I'm not happy with it. I'm back to using the regular broom and dust pan.

Respons from the Maker:

Thank you for for your feedback.  There are letters on the WISP and the pan that should line up together.  The bristles should be facing upward for protection.  There is also a video on our website to show you how to do this easily. Please contact us if you have any questions!

Items 41 to 43 of 43 total

The WISP Story

A whole new take on the dustpan and broom.

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.
Read More Read Less