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July 10, 2020

Cylindrical 4-Way Nail File


From the website:

Once in a while (actually, quite often), the Japanese come up with ideas that can change some of our concepts forever.

It may sound like a wild exaggeration but take a look at this Stainless Steel Cylindrical Four-Way Nail File and you should see why.


Into a small piece of SUS303 stainless steel — a grade often used in the aircraft industry — its designers have crammed four different abrasive surfaces that can help you take care of any broken nail emergency.

Small enough to fit any purse or pocket, the compact nail file cylinder's main innovative elements are the two circular files that allow you to work on broken nails in the same way you would work an old-school manual pencil sharpener.

Add two more regular files on its sides and you have a mini-toolbox capable of fixing everything from a hair-thin splinter to a full-on break. If you ever wished to have 24/7 access to your manicurist, now you can.


Features and Details:

• Includes storage pouch

• Made in Japan

• Weighs 0.8 oz

• 0.7" x 0.5"



July 10, 2020 at 08:01 AM | Permalink


Wow! I could use one of those.
Oh, wait...

Posted by: Luke | Jul 10, 2020 8:39:25 AM

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