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July 20, 2022

Seki Edge Nail Clipper

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Long nails short: this clipper far exceeds in all respects the performance of the shiny Trim brand and its ilk you often see in a container next to the cash registers at CVS, Walgreens, and their ilk.

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I've been using one for decades.

I buy a new one every 10-15 years or so just because.

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They're easier to use, sharper, more precise, and last far longer than other brands.

Also, they're very elegant in appearance, with a stylish brushed silver finish, and feel good in your hand.

The most noticeable difference in performance from cheapies is in their ability to nip off hangnails on the first attempt without hurting you.

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$17.95.

If you're not completely satisfied, send me your nail clippings and I will cheerfully refund twice what you paid.

Because that's the boj way.

July 20, 2022 at 08:01 AM | Permalink


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My brother uses a Dremel tool to grind his toenails down. My father used a small bolt cutter to "trim" the hornlike protuberances that sprouted from his toes. I'm still using some surgical quality snippers but I think I'll soon be at the grinding level myself.

Cute, these little clippers.

Posted by: Flautist | Jul 26, 2022 9:05:55 PM

I've got a Victorinox nail clipper. It's the older (and apparently replaced) model/design. Eventually I'll need to replace it with something else, so maybe I'll order one of these Sekis to have on hand for when that day comes.

But my Victorinox is really *chef's kiss*

Posted by: g-bull | Jul 26, 2022 11:46:30 AM

Good to know since the ones I got via wirecutter (second choice) are fine for toes, but don't work well on my fingernails. I can't figure out why...

Posted by: Greg Perkins | Jul 20, 2022 1:33:51 PM

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