Love this brand- you really can’t go wrong. The metal is high quality and the clippers don’t lose their sharpness. I love the grip on these too. I use them for the toenails and the fingernails. I recommend this brand and would purchase again.
These are the only toe nail clippers my husband will use on his toes! I’ve had them a good 2 years and they are still sharp! Easy to use and The plastic guard on it acts as a clipping catcher as well so that makes for an easy clean up!
I bought these sometime last year to replace my old ones. I love the grip on these clippers. It has made it so much easier and the clippers don’t slip out of my hands anymore. You can also remove the grip if needed but, it doesn’t get in the way at all.
Hard to use with the plastic thing on. Prefer just using regular cheap ones. These also didn’t clip. More of just tore the nail. I would not recommend this. Also kind of spendy for the are. I would not buy again.
The easy grip rubber on this clipper is helpful in preventing slippage and therefore makes it easier to use than other ordinary clippers. It is a good value for a fair price. I would definitely buy it again.
I use nail clippers quite often. I use nail clippers at least once a week. I like how nail clippers have an easy and simple design. I bought these at my local drugstores. I would recommend these to others.
These are great because they are easy to hold and do not slip from your hands, when your hands have moisturizer, especially if you are doing at home pedicures. They are perfect for the toes as the angle cuts perfect salon looking nails.
I am like an 11 year year old when it comes to trimming fingernails. I need something to catch the nastiness lol. And it’s very convenient with this style! It’s super easy to maneuver. Extremely affordable.
I like that it collects the clippings so that they don't fly all over the place as you're clipping. Also, it's an easy grip and doesn't slip in your fingers if you have wet or moisturized hands. This is a great clipper. I don't have the toenail version, but the hand version instead.