ACE For Men Toenail Clipper
- Stainless steel, straight blades make cutting easy.
- Unique lever gently cuts through thick nails.
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Top Customer Reviews
If you have _really_ thick nails, you might need something that opens wider. The only clippers I have tried that opened wider were the Denco ones, and they have curved edges and "bumper guards" which are intended to keep you from cutting yourself. Unfortunately, I find the bumper guards on the Denco make it difficult to see what I am doing, therefore making it _more_ likely that I cut myself. With the ACE clippers, I can easily see what I am doing, and that makes it safer for me.
As to cutting "roughness" noted by other reviewers, I did not have this problem. The edges were very sharp and the clippers were easy to hold and get a good squeezing force from the hand to cut. I usually cut my nails after a shower, and this makes things much easier. However, I have also tried cutting with dry nails with these, and did not have what I consider a roughness or sock-damaging issue.
Bottom line, I have big thick toenails and these clippers work well for me and I recommend them, especially given the reasonable price.
i'd say they are medium size. not too large, not too small. i would advise women with weaker hand strength not purchase them, they take a bit of pinching ability, nothing most can't handle though.
so far only had them a few weeks but no complaints, i expect them to hold up!
Do they perform? Yes, very well. The cutting is much easier with these than with the no-name brand. Other reviewers are incorrect in saying that the cuts are rough. Mine were very clean, with no shards of my toenails left dangling. The no-name clippers, in contrast, we're more difficult to use and left a much poorer cut with bits of nail that I often had to just pull loose myself. These are also straight-cut clippers, which are better for toes. My no-name variety uses a curved cut which is much less effective.
It's also possible to use these for fingernails so long as you're not too fussy about the shape. The Ace fingernail clippers with the curved cutting edge are probably better, but these were a significantly better deal when I bought them.
The force of these clippers makes easy work of cutting the toughest toenails.
A problem with these clippers is a rough cut. You might have to file your nails after use.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This work good on my thicker than normal toe nail. But when I try cutting my sisters really thick toe nails, it won't come close.Published 15 months ago by Fish Geek
Took a while to get used to the perfectly straight cut, but it's still working great. Nice that it catches the nails.Published 18 months ago by C Roberts
Got these for my husband, and they are what your looking for. If you got tough nails can't go wrong here. Try them you won't be sorry! Read morePublished 22 months ago by LBHurley