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SelfieBroom, the Self-standing Broom With a Selfie Stand, is Live on Kickstarter

SelfieBroom allows users to prop up a broom with a kickstand and take a selfie with their smart phone

Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) June 14, 2016

HumanHaus launched their new product, SelfieBroom, on Kickstarter today. HumanHaus understands that chores are droll and unenjoyable for the average person. SelfieBroom incorporates fun and functionality into sweeping by utilizing a kickstand and smartphone ledge. SelfieBroom’s campaign will run for 30 days with a goal of $11,665.

Not only is SelfieBroom an exciting way to liven up chores, it is also a more efficient way to complete them. SelfieBroom’s kickstand allows users to stand the broom upright without propping or leaning it against walls and countertops. More often than not, regular brooms will come crashing down, leaving a trail of scuffs and marks on walls and floors. SelfieBroom eliminates these unnecessary hazards. Once the broom is standing, the user can stop to take the perfect selfie.

“The goal of SelfieBroom is to make household chores fun again,” said SelfieBroom founder Ranjiv Sirpal. “We know most people aren’t rushing to get home after work and sweep, but SelfieBroom allows people to turn a boring chore into a social activity and a conversation piece.”

SelfieBroom takes away the hassles of a traditional selfie. Users can replace a tripod with the SelfieBroom to take selfie videos, 360-degree selfies, full body selfies and large group selfies.

SelfieBroom is available on Kickstarter until July 13th. Backers can receive the product for an early bird price of $20, which is 50% off of the future retail price. To learn more, visit


HumanHaus was founded by Ranjiv Sirpal, who attended School of Industrial Design in Ottawa, Canada. Human Haus focuses on taking a basic consumer product and making it better. SelfieBroom is the first of HumanHaus’ products and centers around their core mission of better thought out products. For more information, visit

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