"Yes, the handle is a little shorter than the average broom, but I'm 5'10" and had no problem using it. I can leave this broom outside in the rain and the bristles wont decay and the handle wont rust away like my last broom"
"A good value, mid-sized broom which is great for outdoor use, such as our patio. Broom handle a little longer would have helped - literally an inch or two would make a world of a difference. The 'rounded' end' of our handle is rather roughly done, so it would benefit from a sand down, but it would be even shorter still!
I was concerned that the handle might not fit tightly, but it's very snug indeed, with the option of adding a securing screw, which hasn't (yet) proven necessary.
All in all, does exactly what you expect from a broom in this price bracket."
"The only thing actually worth mentioning is it's quite tricky to knock the handle into the head. I ended up unscrewing the green plastic bracket and knocking it onto the handle with a hammer, then reattaching the brush head."
"My labourers eyes lit up when I presented him with his new broom. He found it a good height to lean on and it comes with two speed modes, however the fast setting does require a lot of shouting and swearing to get it going. The plastic connector seems strong at the moment but all previous brooms I've had have failed at this connection, time will tell. I would recommend.."
"great broom - poly prop bristles won't rot like the traditional old type brooms (brown stiff bristle) but the handle is about 30 cm / 12" too short - I'm not tall at 5ft 8", but an extra 12" on the handle would help."