"After searching for a really decent stiff broom in various hardware stores I read the reviews for this and took a chance. It seemed to have a soft bristle but amazingly it stood up to what people say - tough, hard wearing and actually does the job. Handles building rubble as well as simple sweeping tasks. Only quibble is it IS broad so a narrower version would be useful and I would buy that too! Highly recommended."
"I have a very long driveway with overhanging fruit trees so I need a decent broom.
I've had many different brooms over the years, but this one is exceptional quality. It's very robust and makes short work of sweeping up wet leaves and squashed apples. Job done in half the usual time."
"Ok, so it's not the cheapest... But this broom is totally worth it. I've had a number of yard brushes and they all fail eventually. Always at the joint between head and handle. I've had wood, metal, plastic... All break in the same place.
This attachment is solid. I can see it lasting well - and will easily cover the extra cost vs a cheap wooden one. Clears rubble, plaster, gravel, water (after hosing the patio) .. Anything, no problem.
I've got a number of the roughneck tools. Wouldn't hesitate to buy any of their gear. Well made and comfortable handles/grips.
Great product (I can't believe I've written so much about a broom!)"
"I needed to clear some paths and a large concreted area. A lot of brushes can sweep away the large items but leave behind the small and vice versa. This brush with the mixed strands does both. I am very pleased with it."
"Really good product. I used it on my drive way which had not seen a broom in ages. I still have a lot more work to do but with this monster of a broom it is really easy to tackle the large drive area and my patio."
"Who would think there was scope to improve upon something as simple as the humble broom? Clever design, good ergonomics, and most important - good price. To be honest we've not trialled it on 'heavy rubble' yet but it does a great job of clearing sawdust, swarf, and general crud in our outside compound. Neat bracket prevents the head from coming loose."
"When you're creating a 40-tonne sand sculpture there's an awful lot of sweeping up to be done, so this brush was ideal. It took some of the drudge out of keeping the Gallery tidy whilst the work was going on at www.thepoint.org.uk"
"I decided to spend a bit more on a broom after snapping the bracket where the broom head joins the handle on a cheaper one. I have only used it once so far, but it seems to be well made and should last for many years."