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VaBroom on Shark Tank: How much does it cost, who are the founders and all about the ultimate home cleaning tool

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VaBroom is the ultimate floor cleaning tool designed to make cleaning faster and life easier

VaBroom is the ultimate floor cleaning tool designed to make cleaning faster and life easier. VaBroom founders Trevor Lambert and John Vadnais will soon be making their big debut on Shark Tank, ready to showcase their nifty cleaning device in front of the sharks – Mark Cuban, Lori Greiner, Kevin O’Leary, Daymond John and Gast Shark Peter Jones. In the meantime, while we’ll wait and see if the duo can knock the sharks off their feet with the VaBroom pitch, you can read all about the product, which is being marketed as the ultimate household cleaning tool. Is it really worth the hype? Read on to find out.

Of the many chores around the house, sweeping the floors is one of the most hated tasks by many. If you’re one of those many who shudder at the thought of sweeping your floors, or the sight of a dustpan fills you with a deep resentment against life, then VaBroom may be the answer to all your prayers.

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What is VaBroom?

VaBroom is a powerful 2-in-1 broom with an integrated vacuum, meaning you can say goodbye to those dirty dustpans or bend down to clean your floors. This nifty device is designed and engineered to make the tedious task of cleaning your home fun and easy. Thanks to its quiet 20,000 rpm motor, it quietly but effectively vacuums all the dirt and grime off your floor, leaving a spotlessly clean surface.

Using a VaBroom is also super easy. Easily sweep dust, dirt and debris on the floor in a line or mound. Then tilt the suction nozzle and press it against the floor to activate the vacuum and instantly make the pile of dirt disappear. When you’re done, point the VaBroom at the trash and press the release button to dump (1 cup dirt capacity). The specially designed pressure-activated nozzle turns suction on and off – eliminating the need for dustpans! No more bending over and no more dust lines left behind. “Vabroom has “flag bristles” to pick up the smallest particles and increase overall effectiveness. Although the appearance of the broom’s bristles may appear as if the product is not brand new, the broom was designed with this purpose in mind. Faster than a vacuum cleaner, better than a broom,” claims the brand.

Joseph Caswell is the inventor of VaBroom. Trevor Lambert and John Vadnais of Enhance Product Development, the company that markets VaBroom, will appear in Shark Tank to promote the brand. “At the heart of this passion is the drive to create meaningful solutions that resonate with our customers. We are inquisitive, inquisitive, analytical, quirky and sometimes a little nervous. We enjoy working openly with our clients and tend to push the boundaries of conventional thinking. Our focus is to provide cost-effective solutions with intrinsic value that drive results,” the team shared on its Kickstarter campaign page.

VaBroom retails at $79.99, but the brand is currently running a special sale so you can get your own VaBroom for just $59.99. Along with the smart broom, you also get a rechargeable lithium power pack, a high-speed charging cable, a three-piece locking handle (no wobble), and a 1-year warranty. You can buy Vabrrom either here on the brand’s website or on Amazon. The product has received mixed reviews from its customers on Amazon. While some seem to absolutely love it, others felt it was a waste of money.

What is the cost and where to buy VaBroom?

One customer who was delighted with the product wrote: “Wow, works better than expected! Charging lasts a long time. Best purchase from Amazon in a long time!” While another unhappy customer shared, “You have to sweep everything in one line and then slide the chute next to the bristles to pick up the dust. It’s easier and cheaper to use a broom and dustpan.”

It seems many people are intrigued by VaBroom as the product garnered 1,378 backers who pledged $74,494 towards the brand’s Kickstarter campaign. In October 2021, a rubber tip was added to the suction nozzle to upgrade the VaBroom and protect hardwood floors from scratches.

Either Kevin O’Leary or Lori Greiner could steal the deal. Although the brand’s sales figures and profit margins will ultimately be the main deciding factor for the Sharks whether to invest in the business or not. So we’ll just have to wait and see if the Sharks even make a deal.

Shark Tank Season 13 Episode 11 will air January 14, 2022 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. Check out the latest episode featuring products like Must Love, Vabroom, Roq Innovation and Romper Jack.

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