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NOT 100% stainless steal. Middle bearing is starting to rust after just a few weeks (I rinse off under water after each use)...it looks horrible now!
By Reggie Star on July 20, 2015
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I have this model and the bigger one also by Seki for more years than I can remember. Maybe 7 or 9yrs? I collect knives and am interested in steel types. Pretty obvious from the color and finish the cutting parts are a high quality steel. I have several older clippers from Switzerland and Germany. They are not nea… see more I have this model and the bigger one also by Seki for more years than I can remember. Maybe 7 or 9yrs? I collect knives and am interested in steel types. Pretty obvious from the color and finish the cutting parts are a high quality steel. I have several older clippers from Switzerland and Germany. They are not nearly as sharp or as well made. Seki (the city), Japan has the famous center for Japanese steel for swords, knives, and cutting tools since the feudal centuries. For example if you see a knife blade with VG10 on it the edge will last longer and cost much more. They sharpen their edges to 16deg, compared to the US and Europe @ 22deg., because Japanese steel is superior. That was what motivated to buy besides over 1,000 happy owners already. Happy Trails see less
By B. Speer on December 21, 2015
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0.380 Inches (3/8") or 9.6 mm (I used a vernier caliper on mine). Very sharp; for my toenails (male) they work fine if you make two or three cuts.
By Pentatomidae on July 29, 2014
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I have a very accurate digital kitchen scale. This clipper weighs 1.15 oz
By R. Budge on October 22, 2016
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Ha, I didn't even notice that. I guess amazon needs to answer that question.
By Linmat on July 2, 2014
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Very Smooth and clean cuts. A nice satisfying "click" as it passed through the nail. I highly recommend them.
By Doylezor on January 15, 2014
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I use these for my toenails as I never really understood the need for both as long as the nail clippers were durable enough to cut through them. Some people do recommend you cut your toenails on less of a curve, and as long as you don't use the full length of this clipper, you will not have a problem doing that. I do h… see more I use these for my toenails as I never really understood the need for both as long as the nail clippers were durable enough to cut through them. Some people do recommend you cut your toenails on less of a curve, and as long as you don't use the full length of this clipper, you will not have a problem doing that. I do have separate toenail clippers i have purchased from other brands, but prefer these for both fingernails and toenails. see less
By SandboxNinja on March 31, 2014
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I do not know about the "clipper catcher" model, but I really like the one that I bought.
Bob

By Bob_Akron_Ohio on October 16, 2014
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I only see one clipper on the page showing different views.
By bloodyfool0 on May 14, 2014
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Yes.
By Richard Stambaugh on November 17, 2016