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EZ View Clipper by Seki Edge (

Item #10065938
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Product Description:

  • Magnifying lens to improve your vision
  • Great for the visually impaired & the elderly
  • Traps excess nail clippings from flying
  • Folds compactly when done
Do you have a hard time seeing your toenails when you are cutting them? The EZ View Clipper from Seki Edge features the ability to enhance your view as you are giving yourself a pedicure. Easily foldable and very compact, you can cut your nails with confidence.

This nail clipper allows for precise clipping with a close-up view. It even has a built-in nail catcher that traps your clippings for disposal. Manufactured from the highest quality materials by experienced craftsmen, Seki Edge uses a highly specialized technique to grind the metal to create a sharp tip. This requires a master technician's touch, not a machine. Experience the difference of Seki Edge tools today!

Product Details:

EAN: 4972525700788

MPN: SS-105

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About Seki Edge:

Seki is known as the cutlery capital of Japan. Originally producing Samurai swords for the region, today the city of Seki is world famous for manufacturing the finest cutlery, knives, razors and grooming tools. Seki Edge separates itself from other brands by embracing its long history of Japanese skill and craftsmanship, while incorporating modern technology, the benefits of ergonomic design, and a flair for fashion and style.