It's a decent broom and super easy to assemble, but I was disappointed because it was advertised as a 'heavy duty' broom for 'outdoor or industrial use' and was supposed to have 'extra stiff' bristles, but it's no different from a standard indoor broom. The bristles aren't stiff -- when I tried to sweep the stone walkway, they weren't strong enough to dislodge clumps of dirt, even with repeated sweeping. Meanwhile, the bristles bend so much that they flick anything lightweight quite far away. So after a few mintues, I had to give up and swap it out for my indoor broom, which, while still not great, did a 3x better job. If there wasn't a lockdown, I'd definitely return this. But I don't think recovering my £10+ is adequate reason to go stand in a post office queue.
I bought this brush for outdoors after reading all the great reviews. I however don’t think it’s that great. The bristles are quite soft and not great for brushing my garden path. I would not define it as heavy duty or an outdoor brush. A decent brush for indoors. I will use it in my garage whenever it gets emptied (it’ll never be used the same as my garage will never be emptied who am I kidding! Who ever empties their garage?!)
Not the best heavy duty brush I have seen. The brush bead is very light on stiff yard broom bristles. Ideal for leaves or grass though. Easy to assemble with a sturdy 3 section handle. Ideal for light yard use.
I read the negative reviews but decided to give it a shot. It is child's play to assemble, but not heavy duty. The plastic brissles are good only for removing cob webs. Though we are all cost conscious, over priced lucky bag material like this is no help