At the check out I was given the battery and charging unit, which looked well made and easy to use, and off home I went.
I put the battery on charge while I stripped the sweeper down into individual parts and cleaned everything thoroughly, to find that it was actually yellow and not green as I previously thought (the dirt made it much darker), which pleased me, and once everything was dry, I re-assembled it.
I left the battery on charge overnight, and the next afternoon, after a 24 hour charge, I slotted the battery into place on the mid-handle, and turned the power button to the on position.
All three brush rolls started spinning very fast and surprisingly quietly, so I tested it out on the hard flooring in my kitchen with a pile of loose dirt, and way-hey it worked fantastically. Afterwards I tried it on some thin pile carpet, which it also worked great on, but after a few minutes the battery started to deplete rapidly, so I made a note to self not to use it on carpet often. But, for hard flooring, the battery lasts over half an hour.
The dirt is collected in a pan which slots into the base and holds about a weeks worth of dirt in my experience.
Emptying it is simple - Just push the two latches that protrude from the top of the base inwards, lift the sweeper, and let the pan slot out, then tip it into the bin and slot it back in.
The only two negatives I could find about the Twister Sweeper is the brush guard isn't the strongest, as proved by mine having a crack in it when I bought it, and and battery doesn't last long on carpet (about 10 minutes).
Apart from that, it is fantastic, and for the £1.50 I paid for it, I'm chuffed to bits.
That's it for my review on the Twister Sweeper, I hope you've enjoyed reading it.
3 Months ago I walked into my local recycling store and saw a very, very dirty strange looking (as I thought at the time!) sweeper for £1.50, and decided instantly to buy it, as there wasn't much to loose for that price.