VaBroom on 'Shark Tank': What is the cost, who are the founders and all about the ultimate house cleaning tool

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


                            VaBroom on 'Shark Tank': What is the cost, who are the founders and all about the ultimate house cleaning tool
Kevin O'Leary with VaBroom founders Trevor Lambert and John Vadnais on 'Shark Tank' (ABC)

Of the many household chores around the house, sweeping the floors is one of the most hated tasks by many. If you are one of the many who shudders at the thoughts of sweeping your floors or the sight of dustpan fills you with deep resentment towards life, then VaBroom might just be the answer to all your prayers.

VaBroom is the ultimate floor cleaning tool, engineered to make cleaning faster, and life easier. The founders of VaBroom Trevor Lambert and John Vadnais will soon be making their big debut on 'Shark Tank' ready to pitch for their nifty cleaning device before the sharks- Mark Cuban, Lori Greiner, Kevin O'Leary, Daymond John, and guest Shark Peter Jones. While we will have to wait to watch if the duo can sweep the Sharks off their feet with the VaBroom pitch, in the meanwhile, you can read all about the product that is being marketed as the ultimate home-cleaning tool. Is it really worth the hype? Read on to find out. 

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What is VaBroom?

VaBroom is a powerful 2-in-1 broom with a built-in vacuum, which means you can kiss goodbye to the dirty dustpan lines or bend over to clean your floors. This nifty device was designed and engineered to make the arduous task of cleaning your home fun and easy. Thanks to its 20,000 RPM quiet motor, it will quietly but effectively suck all the dirt and debris from your floor leaving you with a pristine-clean surface. 

Using a VaBroom is super simple too. Simply sweep dust, dirt, and debris into a line or pile on the floor. Then, tilt and press the suction nozzle against the floor to activate the vacuum and instantly make that debris pile disappear. When finished, aim VaBroom over the trash and press the release button to empty (1-Cup Debris Capacity). The specially designed pressure-activated nozzle turns suction on and off—Eliminating the need for dustpans! No more bending over and no more left behind dust lines. "Vabroom has "flagged bristles" on it in order to pick up the smallest of particles and increase effectiveness overall. So, while the appearance of the broom's bristles may appear as if the product is not brand new-the broom was designed this way on purpose. Quicker than a vacuum, better than a broom," claims the brand.



 

 

Who are the founders?

Joseph Caswell is the inventor of VaBroom. Trevor Lambert and John Vadnais from Enhance Product Development, the company which markets VaBroom will be appearing on 'Shark Tank' to pitch for the brand. "At the heart of that passion is a drive to develop meaningful solutions that resonate with our customers. We are curious, inquisitive, analytical, quirky, and sometimes a little edgy. We enjoy the open collaboration with our clients and tend to push the boundaries of conventional thinking. Our focus is to offer cost effective solutions with intrinsic value that create results," the team shared on their Kickstarter campaign page.

VaBroom founders Trevor Lambert and John Vadnais on 'Shark Tank' (ABC)

 

What is the cost and where to buy VaBroom from?

VaBroom retails for $79.99, but the brand is currently running a sale, so you can get your very own VaBroom for just $59.99. Alongside the smart broom, you also get- rechargeable lithium powerpack, high-speed charging cable, 3-piece locking (no wiggle) handle, and a 1-year warranty. You can purchase Vabrrom from either the brand's website here or from Amazon. The product has received mixed reviews from its customers on Amazon. While some seem to absolutely love it others felt that it was a waste of money.

A customer who loved the product wrote, "Wow works better than expected! Charge last a long time. Best purchase from Amazon in a long time!" While another customer who was unhappy with her purchase shared, "You have to sweep everything in a line and then push the chute next to the bristles to pick up the dust. It's easier and cheaper to use a broom and dustpan."



 

Where is VaBroom now?

It looks like many people are intrigued by VaBroom as the product managed to attract 1,378 backers who pledged $74,494 on the brand's Kickstarter campaign. In October 2021, a rubber tip was added to the vacuum nozzle to upgrade the VaBroom and protect hardwood floors from scratches.



 

Who will steal the deal?

Either Kevin O'Leary or Lori Greiner might steal the deal. Although the brand's sales numbers and profit margins will ultimately be the major deciding factor for the sharks on whether to invest in the business or not. So, we will just have to wait and watch to see if the Sharks even make a deal.

Kevin O'Leary on 'Shark Tank' (ABC)

 

'Shark Tank' Season 13 Episode 11 airs on ABC on January 14, 2022, at 8 pm ET. Catch the latest episode featuring products like Must Love, Vabroom, Roq Innovation, and Romper Jack.

Missed an episode? Been wanting to catch up? Episodes can also be viewed the next day on demand and on Hulu. Not just that, you can also watch old seasons and episodes on Amazon Prime Video and iTunes.

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