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The Best Toenail Clippers

What to Look For

When searching for toenail clippers, it's best to spend a few extra dollars on getting quality clippers. It's best to stay clear of those knockoff brands. Look for a reputable brand of toenail clippers that will offer years of firm, yet smooth cutting. People want their toenail clippers to provide precise trimming of thin or thick nails, without causing any breaks.

According to Amazon customer reviews, Seki-Edge offers the best toenail clippers on the market. With over 70 customer reviews, adding up to four and a half out of five stars, Seki-Edge toenail clippers are better than the average clippers.

Common Pitfalls

Many people don't want to spend more than a few dollars on toenail clippers. However, if you want top-of-the-line, long-lasting reliability, you will have to spend around three times the cost of what you would pay for a knockoff brand of toenail clippers.

Where to Buy

You can go directly to the Seki Edge website to purchase toenail clippers and view their many other nail clipper products. However, Amazon's website offer competitive prices and you are more likely to save a few dollars if you choose to purchase the clippers through Amazon. Another great thing about Amazon, is they offer a list of customer reviews, providing you with both the pros and cons of their products.

Cost

While knock off toenail clippers may only cost a few dollars, name brand clippers like Seki Edge retail at $22 as of August 2010. However, they are only $18 through Amazon's website.

Insider Tips

If you struggle with ingrown toenails, you can purchase specialty ingrown toenail clippers from the official Seki Edge website. These clippers are less expensive than the regular toenail clippers and offer specific clipping for ingrown nails.

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About the Author

Emily Rogers began writing professionally in 2005. She has written several featured articles for "Runway Magazine," as well as over 300 articles for various online magazines. Rogers attended Estrella Mountain College.

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