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$70 Klhip Ultimate Nail Clipper Now Available

Klhip Ultimate Nail Clipper (Images courtesy Klhip)
By Andrew Liszewski

I find it hard to justify the cost of even the cheapest of nail clippers when I have a set of perfectly good teeth always available, but for some reason I find myself drawn to the Klhip with its high-tech looking “falling rate cam” design which puts the pressure directly over the nail. The matte finish surgical-grade stainless steel looks pretty futuristic too, and apparently the use of a single cutting blade results in cleaner nail cuts that don’t even need to be filed afterwards. It even comes with a lifetime warranty which normally I would consider above and beyond the call of duty, except for the fact that the Klhip will set you back $70, or $95 if you opt for the fancy leather carrying case.

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  • http://www.odinmetatech.com/ Eric de Jesus

    wow…$70 for a nailclip? Even if this can cut my dinosaur hard nails, I wouldn't even buy it. I already have my ever trusted bigger than usual nail clip that can cut my hard toe nails. What more when it comes to dead toe nails right?

    If the khlip have some feature wherein it can normalize hardened nails, I'd be buying this one.

  • petermclean

    If my toe nails were that hard, I would recommend a podiatrist, chiropodist, or foot care nurse instead.