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Seki Edge Stainless Steel Fingernail Clipper

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

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Ingredients
Vitamin A,Vitamin C,Vitamin E

Product Description

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

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.6 x 0.6 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000F35R00
  • Item model number: SE-1/SS-106
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (725 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Customer Reviews

Very well made and sharp.
TJ
The Seki clipper cuts cleanly and easily, leaving a smooth edge on the nail.
The Thinker
These clippers get the job done.
PowerfulMojo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

436 of 458 people found the following review helpful By Justin Donie on February 27, 2007
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Each of us has certain tools or accessories in which we are more or less interested than the average person. Maybe you're totally wrapped up in finding "the ultimate hammer" where, to me, it's no big deal. I suspect that I am a lot more interested in a quality nail clipper than the average person who's sufficiently satisfied with the chrome plated items we find in most drugstores and grocery stores. If the average nail clipper you find in the local store is good enough for you, then there's no reason to read this review.

Personally, I find the typical chrome plated, "inexpensive" nail clipper to be utterly maddening. Why? A) the chrome plating often starts falling off before you even open the package and it begins to fall off even faster when you begin using the clippers; B) the cutting edge on most brands is utterly inconsistent. If I buy two pair of a given brand, I find one clips just fine while the second gets about half way through my nail and decides it's just too much work and I end up tearing the nail instead of clipping it. C) The clippers tend to fall apart WAY too fast, with the thumb lever becoming loose and wobbly in no time. D) The metal is such low quality that any significant encounter with water gets them rusting like crazy. E) Even the better ones have such poorly shaped cutting edges that they'd be better described as "nail crunchers", leaving a rough edge instead of a smooth, clean edge. Some cutting edges are so poor they won't even cut cleanly through loose skin around the nail.

If these gripes about the common nail clipper ring a bell with you, then I strongly suggest you try the Seki Edge Stainless Steel Nail Clipper.

First off, it's stainless steel, not chrome plated ...
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72 of 79 people found the following review helpful By slightfade on July 18, 2008
Same quality and a third the price of henkels branded clippers I bought 7 years ago in Tokyo. Cuts cleanly and maintains sharp edge. Bonus for style points. This is the cadillac of clippers and will last a life time.
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78 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Leafcutter Ant on July 9, 2008
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This product along with the Seki Edge Toe Nail Clipper are simple tools that help make life a little more enjoyable and easier. These also make nice gifts for family and friends as they will be pleasantly surprised by the build quality, design, and sharp blades.

Some of my thoughts:
- Cost: Yes initially they are more expensive than the cheaper ones but after having used them for over 6 months, it looks like it will last longer. However, these are not to the point of out-of-reach high luxury items with gold plating and studded with diamonds. They are probably more expensive because of quality build, carefully thought out design, and the use of good materials and processes. I also contacted Seki Edge through e-mail and confirmed that they are made in Japan which also probably contributes to the higher price.
- Features: It would have been nice if these nail clippers came with a file. The cheaper ones I've seen have this feature and can be pretty handy to help smooth out the nail after cutting. However, if you are mainly using it for manicure or pedicure purposes at home, then you can always buy a separate file for the job. Also note that in addition to not having a file it also does not have a finger/toe jam picker. Hey it sounds nasty but this is all part of the cleaning process! But it's okay because if I see jam, I'd rather just cut my nails short and give them a good washing.
- White Sticker: The white rectangular shaped sticker with "Seki Edge" logo in red and black looks like it might come off over time. I wish they instead engraved or stamped their name or even kept it off entirely.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Robin on January 2, 2013
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May seem ridiculous but I've owned at least 10 pair of clippers. All of them were capable of clipping my nails. However until using the Seki Stainless, I had never realized how much the old ones squeezed the nail (mild discomfort), then cut it, leaving a rough edge.

These are like using a razor to slice right through my nails. I cannot say enough about how much easier and faster it is to trim my nails and our children's. Our kids used to complain that the old clippers hurt. Not a peep since using these.

No rough edges to smooth out, no bending my nails - wow! I wish I had purchased them sooner. Worth every penny to me. Will buy more for travel since they aren't too big to take with me in my bag.
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128 of 162 people found the following review helpful By Mark Wessel on February 27, 2010
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I've had the Seki Edge fingernail clipper for several months now and thought I would share my thoughts. First, the background. We've all used the cheap clippers from the drugstore and almost always find them disappointing. But I was lucky enough to find a really good one at least 15 years ago. It looks like all the others and the only markings say "Made in China." But, by some fluke, it works perfectly. So why did I buy the Seki? To have a backup in case something ever happens to my amazing cheap unit. I figured the cost would be worth it if they did as good a job as my old unit.

Here's the short version: They're okay, but I expected better and I still prefer my old cheapies.

Here's the long version: They're okay. Really. They're sharp and feel like quality. They'll probably last a long time. Unlike the cheap units, I'm guessing that Seki has good quality control that results in each unit being just like all the others that roll off the line. So why do I still prefer my old cheap unit? Well, remember that my cheapie happens to be that one in a million that came off the line perfect. The Seki falls short of that standard in the following ways:

1. The Seki makes it difficult to cut your nails very short. I think that's because the face of the clippers is tall, which means it rests against the skin under your nail and prevents you from sliding the clippers farther onto the nail. It's not a big proble!m, but an annoyance when I've torn a nail and need to trim the remainder very short.

2. The handle sticks up at a steep angle from the base. Considering that the unit is constructed from slippery stainless steel, it is difficult to get a grip and squeeze without having the cutting jaws slip out of position.
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