Tweezerman His Stainless Nail Clipper Set
- Stainless steel
- Portable and practical
- Extra durable heavy duty clippers
- Lifetime sharpening guarantee
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For best results, nails should be wet before clipping, Trim nails to desired length. Free sharpening for the life of the product.
Top Customer Reviews
So far, no problems. I love them, and they are so sharp that you WILL make yourself bleed if you're not careful. Being used to 'gas station shears' I had no problem doing just so.
After buying and subsequently throwing away countless pairs of nail clippers, I decided to look for something that absolutely does not rust! I like to keep a pair of clippers in the shower, and my sink, porcelain covered metal frame, would develop brown rust spots after 1-2 days of a clipper being left there. That's when the Tweezerman set caught my eye, not because they were made in Asia like all the others, but because they
1) were advertised as stainless steel and
2) Guaranteed for life.
And in the event that I damaged them, it says here on the packaging that they will replace them at 1/2 price for me. (S&H not included). At $7 for new, I'm not sure if this means much, but at least it says they stand by the product. But for all that it's worth, the price (remember they are a whopping 7-10 times MORE expensive than the regular ones) is worth paying for in my opinion.
Basically you could get a much better product by spending $2.99 at your local drug store. Don't bother.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are very high quality and get the job done easily. I've had this set for over 2 years and everything still works fine. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Matthew
Totally unimpressed with these nail clippers. Purchased in 2009 and should have returned them within the allotted time period. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Willy-in-VT
The items are not superior in any way to other clippers...the high price I feel is not justified by the quality of the item.Published 8 months ago by Todd Huling