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Hoover L1405 SpinSweep Pro Indoor/Outdoor Sweeper with Swivel Casters
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|Brand Name||Hoover Commercial|
|EAN||0046926996416 , 0787739997626 , 0798578706782 , 0635409451650 , 0073502027264|
|Global Trade Identification Number||00073502027264|
|Item Diameter||21 inches|
|Item Weight||16.0 pounds|
|Number of Items||1|
|UPC||798578706782 , 635409451650 , 787739997626 , 073502027264 , 046926996416|
|Warranty Description||1 year.|
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The Hoover L1405 Spin Sweep Pro is the ideal unit for cleaning up all kinds of trash on any flat outdoor surface. This sweeper doesn't use a motor, which means that it eliminates the need to waste electricity while promoting a pollution-free environment. The L1405 is cordless, so you don't have to worry about tripping over a power cord as you clean. The Hoover L1405 SpinSweep Pro features two wall guides and heavy duty wide-flare brushes to pick up debris close to walls or edges. This outdoor sweeper offers a brush height adjustment control to raise and lower the brushes depending on the type of debris you're picking up. The commercial L1405 Spin Sweep Pro uses a translucent 6.6 gallon collection bin that never needs to be replaced.
Clean up grass clippings, rocks, mulch, sand, gravel, metal filings, leaves, tree bark, litter, cans, and more with the SpinSweep Pro Outdoor Sweeper from Hoover. This motorless personal street sweeper cleans the driveway, patio, and sidewalk with no cord to trip over, no batteries to charge, and no fuel to mix. Heavy duty brushes spin while the unit is pushed, sweeping debris into a collection bin for tidier surroundings. A 21-inch cleaning path covers a lot of ground fast. Smooth-operating swivel casters offer a zero-degree turn radius for negotiating that narrow walkway or garden path. Ideal for home and business, storefronts, garages, and poolside cleanup, the SpinSweep assembles easily with no tools required, so it's ready to go in minutes. An ergonomic handle adjusts quickly to desired height for optimal comfort and control. A top-mounted, brush-height adjustment mechanism sets the SpinSweep for a wide variety of cleanup applications. A large, 6-gallon, E-Z Empty collection bin is translucent so there's no need to guess if it's full, and the bin empties fast with just one hand for less downtime and more productivity. At just over 16 pounds, the Hoover SpinSweep is light enough for anyone to use. And, it hangs up or stands on its own for out-of-the-way storage. Wall guides and wide-flare brushes provide right-to-the-edge pickup. Best of all, this cleanup machine produces no air pollution, no noise pollution, and consumes no energy during operation! A great cleanup solution if there are already issues with the neighbors. Plus, the SpinSweep is covered by a full Hoover one-year warranty on parts and labor, and is backed by a 30-day satisfaction guarantee. --Brian OlsonSee all Product description
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In my limited experience, the SpinSweep works as well as a broom, but with far less effort. Some individuals state the SpinSweep leaves a trail down the middle and throws some debris to the sides. I have not experienced the trail unless the hopper gets too full, but I have noticed some debris can wind up on the sides. To me, this is not much different than a push broom because, on rough surfaces, it is necessary to push a broom over the same area repeatedly and with a choppy forceful motion which sometimes scatters debris. The main advantage to a push broom over the SpinSweep is you can sweep a greater area before you have to pick up what you are sweeping. With the SpinSweep, it begins to bog down once the hopper get full enough to resist the movement of the spinning brushes. It becomes a little more time consuming to have to empty the hopper before it is completely full, but it is still easier than a dust pan and broom.
A blower offers the greatest speed at cleaning, but with far less precision. Furthermore, although the SpinSweep can get noisy, it is not nearly as noisy as a blower. Picking up blown debris with the vacuum creates significantly more dust than the SpinSweep, but it does have the advantage of shredding the material you are picking up. The SpinSweep will however pick up items the blower vac's vacuum won't such as heavy nuts from trees and even small rocks.
In short here are the Pros and Cons and some recommendations regarding the SpinSweep:
1. Easier than a broom.
2. More precise than a blower-vac.
3. Can pick up heavier items than a blower-vac's vacuum.
4. Quieter than a blower-vac.
1. Noisier than a broom.
2. Not as precise as a broom.
3. For the most effective cleaning, you must empty the hopper before it completely fills, this makes it functionally a very small hopper.
4. Not as fast as a blower.
1. I you buy this, keep in mind, it is best to empty the hopper as soon as it begins to bog down.
2. I did not use the SpinSweep to pick up smaller debris such as grass clippings, but it did pick up crushed acorns, so I suspect it will do a good job. Some reviewers suggest the SpinSweep is inadequate for clearing heavier objects and should only be used for things like grass clippings. etc. I picked up piles of acorns, ball moss, and a couple of golf-ball sized rocks with no problem. Personally, I would use a blower for things like grass clippings because it's faster and I don't mind them being blown back onto the lawn or into the ground cover. The only reason I can see for using the SpinSweep for that purpose is to avoid the noise of a blower.
3. Having used the SpinSweep, may main gripe is, for the area I am cleaning, it is not wide enough, nor does it have a big enough hopper. I would say, compared to a broom, the sweeping area is about the same as the maximum width broom you would want to use to comfortably sweep rough surfaces.
I only used the SpinSweep for a little more than an hour so I cannot comment on it's longevity. I plan to keep it unless it breaks down within Amazon's return window.
Addendum: In my original review I stated the SpinSweep is as precise as a broom, I have changed my review to reflect the following: If you want the greatest control and precision on where you want debris to end up, a broom is the most precise, the SpinSweep is second and a blower is a distant third.
I recently used the SpinSweep to pickup oak tree pollen sacs and experienced one of the complaints others have voiced: The sweeper does indeed leave a trail in the center of the path. I had not noticed this problem because I had only used it previously to pick up leaves and larger objects are not left behind. You can minimize this effect by pushing the sweeper faster, but the faster you go, the more it causes dirt to fly out to the sides. In short, the SpinSweep is more useful for larger items and not the best for fine dirt.
1) For speed, thoroughness and ease of use, a blower is best, but it sacrifices precise control.
2) For thoroughness and control, a broom is best, but it sacrifices ease of use.
3) The SpinSweep represents a compromise. It's more precise than a blower, a little easier on the arms than a broom, and unlike a broom allows you actually pick up debris without requiring bending and sweeping into a dustpan.
When I don't want to deal with the dust created by a blower, I like to alternate between a broom and the SpinSweep. Pushing the SpinSweep actually allows me to continue working while resting the muscles used for sweeping and visa versa.
I've used this to sweep leaves off the concrete deck surrounding my pool and it does a good job. My blower is not an option since the leaves always end up in the pool. Before purchasing the SpinSweep, I would haul out my shopvac to suck them up, which is a pain. I try to be careful not to abuse the SpinSweep on this area, because plastic does not fare well against brushed concrete. The coping is raised from the concrete deck and it is easy to grind the bottom of the SpinSweep onto the decking. Drains in the deck also pose a problem with the center of the unit digging into the other side of the drain when passing over it. If you are realistic in your sweeping, you will not destroy the product.
I recommend this cost-effective sweeper for light-duty sweeping only. If you don't abuse the unit it will perform well for you. Don't expect it to leave a pristine surface like a blower. I don't agree with other reviews which complain about the lack of rear wheels. The single, pivoting castor allows you to get creative with the sweeping path when backing up and repositioning the sweeper. If you don't want to blast debris all over like a blower, you will be pleased with the SpinSweep.