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If you’re the kind of person who likes to do yard work at six in the morning, your neighbors probably can’t wait for you to move, and you might’ve run afoul of local noise ordinances a time or two.  With a tool like Hoover’s SpinSweep, you can clean up your driveway and walk without the noise of a blower — and hopefully with less effort than a broom.

The SpinSweep sweeps debris such as grass clippings, cans, dirt, metal filings, and other stuff you may find on your driveway into its six-gallon, translucent collection bin.  You power it simply by pushing — its wheels drive the two round brushes, which sweep a 21″ wide path.

Hoover designed the SpinSweep to be light and maneuverable, weighing only 16 pounds.  With its swivel casters you can turn it on a dime.  The adjustable-height, flared brushes allow you to clean right up to the edge of a walk or the side of the house.  For your comfort you can also easily adjust the height of the handle.

Hoover sets the suggested retail price at $109, but you can find it as low as $80.

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6 Responses to Push-Powered Outdoor Sweeper

  1. dumbest tool ever.

    My pushbroom also has height adjustable handle and turns on a dime, but is wider, lighter, cost $14 and doesn’t run out of charge.

  2. Dano says:

    I wonder if ths would work inside a large store with concrete floors. Sweeping is suck a pain.

  3. Blair says:

    So this is a human powered (the manual stated nothing about a power source) sweeper, that lists for $109.00?

    Have to agree with Jonathan, the push broom seems like a much more practical, not to mention economical, solution to the dirt, and debris problem

  4. Snoopy says:

    jonathan, I’m going to have to disagree. This is the second dumbest tool ever, the first being laser guided scissors:
    http://www.shopgetorganized.com/prodetail~itemNo~24910~ID~.asp

    Now, If someone could add a laser to this sweeper, I’d buy it.

  5. Frank Hicinbothem says:

    Wow, interesting coincidence! I just ordered one of these from Amazon on the 11th. I plan to use it to clean my shop and patio. Yes, both of those can be done with a push broom but it’s a heck of a lot of work so nobody does it. 🙂 It’s supposed to be here Monday, so I’ll let you know next week how it works.

  6. KH says:

    Dumbest?

    The difference between this and a push broom is that this unit picks up the dirt. With the push broom, you need a pan/scoop.

    If it does its job, I wouldn’t call it dumbest, but it is still pricey for the job.

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