Friday, January 22, 2016

Saganizer Workhorse Sweeper #Review

Find the Saganizer Carpet and Floor Workhorse Sweeper Here!

I was shocked at the size of the packaging! It was a small unlabeled white box. The manufacturer has the packaging down to a science! The box was barely larger than the base, itself.

There were no instructions. Thankfully this is a pretty basic design. No tools required! I pinched my hand in part of the base while putting it together :( The handle comes in 3 lengths of hollow metal pipe that screws together, on to the base and the plastic handle screws onto the last metal pipe with a hole in the plastic top for hanging and storing the Saganizer Workhorse Sweeper.

The Workhorse Sweeper comes with a plastic tool to clean hair and debris from the brushes at the bottom of the base. It's embarrassing to admit, it took me a while to figure out how to empty the Saganizer Carpet and Floor Workhorse Sweeper. If you look at the at the photo below, you press on the arrows and the compartment swings open like it's on a spring mechanism.

Bottom of the Base

  • Easy to Assemble
  • Sweeps even fine debris up off carpeting and floors
  • No cords, filters or batteries to change or worry about
  • Quiet, if you don't want to vacuum while baby is sleeping
  • Lightweight
  • Lies flat for storage and sweeping underneath furniture
  • Stores easily
  • No instructions
  • Sweeper can be difficult to empty
Overall I would rate this product 4 Stars! It gets the job done. Just be careful not to pinch your hand or fingers! I could see this product being good for anyone who who can't bend over to use a dustpan, who wants to vacuum but doesn't want to wake up the baby or for your Camper or RV.

Disclaimer: I received this product in order to facilitate my honest and unbiased review. I was not compensated in any other way. All opinions are my own.


  1. I recently purchased a new camper for my family and we like to go to remote campsites in Arizona. Accordingly, I have been looking for a sweeper that does not require a wire or battery. This seems to be a great buy, however, can the handle compact? I was hoping to find one that can compact as much as possible!

  2. Hi, German! While the handle doesn't telescope, it can be taken apart. There is 4 or 5 sections of "hollow pipe" that make up the sweeper handle. I've kept mine together. It seems like you could take it apart easily if you want to.


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