Seki Edge Toe Nail Clipper

Throw away those cheap clippers,

Seki Edge Toe Nail Clipper

These cut cleanly through my nails with very little effort, they are very comfortable to hold and seem very solid. I had no idea that crappy clippers were the reason I hated cutting my nails, but now that problem has gone from my life.

Seki Edge Toe Nail Clipper

As for my toe nails, I have had several pairs of clippers break while trying to cut my thick nails. These will not have that problem. I barely have to use any pressure to cut right through them. It just amazes me what a difference a quality product can make

Seki Edge Toe Nail Clipper

I will be recommending these to everyone I know, and will be trying to convince everyone to trash their cheap clippers. If you are hesitating because of the price difference of these compared to your Wal-Mart/dollar store/pharmacy clippers, stop and remember: sometimes you get exactly what you pay for.

Seki Edge Toe Nail Clipper

Seki Edge Toe Nail Clipper

Stainless steel nail clipper with cast iron lever. The cutting edge is hand-grinded and honed for precise cutting. Tempered twice-for to be long lasting and sharp edge. Little effort required to cut through the thickest nails.

Seki Edge Toe Nail Clipper

Seki Edge Toe Nail Clipper

Seki Edge Toe Nail Clipper

Product Features

  • Twice tempered stainless steel
  • Hand-finished cutting edge
  • Smooth and easy action
  • Stylish design
  • Ergonomic design

 

Nail Clipper Review

My video review for Amazon's listing of the Seki Edge nail clipper:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000F35R00/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00
August 30, 2014 - Comment
Buy Now! $16.95Amazon.com Price
(as of June 4, 2017 7:45 pm EST - Details)

3 thoughts on “Seki Edge Toe Nail Clipper

  1. M. Pickering says:

    High Performance Clipper Really Makes The Cut The subject of clipping toenails is not really something that I expected to be writing about. However, we all have the need to clip our toenails from time to time, and performing this task is not usually something that we look forward to. Most of us pickup a cheap set of clippers from our local pharmacy. After all, one wouldn’t normally consider spending much money for a tool to perform such a menial task. Therefore we come to accept the poor cutting quality of these budget clippers…

  2. David A. Baer says:

    a suburban secret A dirty little secret stains the neat homes that lurk behind the tree-lined streets and across the manicured lawns of suburbia: those little nail clippers you picked up at the Walgreens for $3.99 will never cut through a man’s gnarled, oaken toe nails.They’ll make little cuts in it, they’ll promise and fail to deliver, they’ll even break apart in ashen resignation to the formidable power of the nail.Those cheap little metal gizmos were made to sell on promise alone. You…

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