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Seki Edge

Seki Edge Nail Clippers (Ss 106) Stainless Steel Fingernail Clippers For Men & Women Sharp Cutti

Seki Edge

Seki Edge Nail Clippers (Ss 106) Stainless Steel Fingernail Clippers For Men & Women Sharp Cutti

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Product Description Product Description
  • PRECISE CUTTING- Sharp cutting edge leaves smooth clean cuts
  • RESULTS- No more ripping, tearing, or jagged nails, No rusting
  • DESIGN- Die cast lever gives extra leverage for smooth easy action
  • GREAT GIFT- Excellent gift for family and friends, Lasts a lifetime
  • PROFESSIONAL GRADE- Appropriate for professional use
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THEY RUST LIKE A $2 dollar clippers you can buy at any store! Very disappointed. hello, i've had these fingernail clippers for a while. yes, they are sharp and cut well. and YES THEY DO RUST LIKE THE REGULAR CLIPPERS YOU CAN BUY FOR A FRACTION OF THE PRICE. Note i do not submerge these clippers in the water; rather, i keep them by the sink in the storage bin. the clippers would only occasionally get some water on them.Don't waste your money; i feel like a fool, having paid $16 dollars for this item; i thought i was buying something indesctructable. lesson learned, and i just hope to pass this on to those considering this very expensive item. 1Unbelievably high price for a great product These clippers are sold under various brand names but have one thing in common-they do the job. Regular clippers that are of the same design always used to scare me because for what ever reason they were too imprecise and often ended up cutting into the nail's quick and frankly made me avoid clipping my nails until they were past due. Eventually I gave up using clippers and just used the scissors in my Swiss Army knife which lead to imprecise cuts that needed filing to look acceptable but at least they didn't draw blood. Thick solid build that made me realize just how cheaply regular clippers were stamped out. The cutting edges are precisely machined and in the 8 years I have owned them there is no perceived dulling of the cutting edges. The product should last a life time A lot of time I have just held them and admired how precisely they were built and how attractive the results were. I own both sizes(toenail/large and fingernail/small) and find the small size hard to to get a firm grip on,I would recommend caution about the small size regardless of your finger size and opt for the large regardless for both toe and fingernails. The only thing approaching second rate is the brand name decal stuck in the indentation, the clippers themselves should have Green Bell stamped on back. They sold as Seki Edge but are the same Green Bell clippers. 4Overrated and questionable design While the build quality of these is much higher than most clippers (which is great), the functional design of these is very poor. The cutting angle is elevated backwards, with the handle-grip being over double the width of any other paid of clippers I have ever seen. This makes it difficult and non-ergonomic to use the clippers in general. Additionally, the total size of these clippers is nearly as large as their over-size, toe clippers, which makes no sense. I get the feeling they make these enormous just for the sake of charging more looking pretty, versus being efficient. I can't recommend these clippers in general, and definitely not for $13 (which is bonkers considering many $2, stainless clippers are frankly better). 2Ninja sword without a good handle!I had big hopes of this product, until I tried one. The edge is pretty sharp (Japanese ninja sword etc.), but I have seen equally sharp nail cutters (not the $ store ones) but from other top grooming brands. The biggest flaw is the clipper's ergonomics - its too small to even hold properly, and take control of it. Its probably about 2.5 inches, the brushed steel has absolutely NO grips at all. When using, the angle of the handle feels too inclined (like 45 degree) it has to come down to lesser to provide a grip and easy cutting.The clipper constantly slipped, making me feel that its a Ninja sword without a good handle. The tip angle is OK, but you can ignore this comment, as it may be subjective because my nail is not evenly curved in all fingers. I wish this was manufactured with ergonomics in mind. I am going back to my 35 year old "Made in India" nail clipper that has seen many-many years of usage in my family, and still sharpness is manageable, slightly rusted, but the ergonomics and size is perfect for me.2I worried about spending this much, but they are all that I hoped for. I used these for the first time today and I was very pleased. I couldn't believe how little pressure it took to cut and how smoothly it cut through the nail. I keep my nails very short for playing the piano so I need to be able to cut right up to the quick (the skin under the nail) With the drugstore clippers I always felt like I was going to nip the skin and it was such a jagged cut that I decided to try better clippers. And for this purpose, they met all my expectations and I'm satisfied with the value for the price.I'm giving them a 4 stars (I wish I could give 4.5) because like some people have pointed out they are not particularly ergonomic. As one reviewer pointed out the handle sticks up at too high an angle and that makes it feels a bit fiddly to hold and use. But they also cut so easy it's not a big deal. I wouldn't let that keep you from getting them.I've seen some complaints about the size but they are exactly the same size as the drugstore clippers. 4They just do not make them as they used to!Bought SS-106 nail clipper about 15 years ago, and served our family quite well. Decided to get a second one and an SS-107 toe nail clipper because the kids kept misplacing it, and I did not want to loose an excellent tool. Was disappointed when I received both units. 2 Main issues:First, it seems that for both new units, the top and bottom parts of the blades do not align as perfectly as the original SS-106, so instead of 'cleaving' the nail to produce a clean cut, the offset blades 'shear' the nail at an angle by 'pulling' the top and bottom layers of the nail until the shear forces overcome the strength of the nail, producing am uneven cut with VERY sharp edge. The misaligned blade parts are shown in the photo, red arrows (perfect old clipper is one on left). Might need to zoom into the photo to see what I mean.Second, the original SS-106 nail clipper had a rough surface (the top moving part) which was perfect for filing down one's nails by rubbing them into the 3 groves in the handle. Unfortunately, the new clippers have a smooth, almost shiny surface, which does not lend itself to using them as nail files (yellow circles in photo).I am returning both units. They just do not make them as they used to!1YES, they ARE better. An appreciably, substantially cleaner cut!Go from finger nail CLIPPER to finger nail CUTTER! It is time for all humanity to demand BETTER results from such important tools. How often do you cut your nails? Every week, every month? But how often do you use your fingers?? Why should cutting your nails weaponize them?!?You're here because, like me, you're done with chopped-up hack jobs, and you're ready to spend what it takes to feel awesome about what just happened at your finger tips. Good news: you found it, and everyone is saying that in these reviews for good reason.I'll try not to repeat all the other reviews (solid stainless instead of chrome plated pot-metal, made in Japan, intentionally made to be good rather than 'enough', does improve on the job, etc.) and keep this specific. At first it can be hard to notice just how substantially different these are from lesser clippers - but if you imagine being the manufacturer wanting to save a single penny (or less!) on each clipper, all the details quickly unfold.Pro:-The edge. The reason you buy these or don't. Ergonomics are important, but the quality of the cut and the quality of the steel to hold the edge is everything. This pair cuts like nothing I've used before or hoped for. I bought the Victorinox pocket clippers because I am obsessed with finding the best: they are great, they are SHARP...and they honestly do not cut as well. They cut great, but not like these. (For this review, I'm using a pair of La Cross clippers as the "lesser clippers" comparison. The best pair I've found under $10. Also, I owned a pair of Tweezerman clippers as was not impressed at all.) I used to wash my hands with hot water to prepare my nails for clipping, I used to file underneath, on the flat edge, and on top of the nail to avoid drawing blood when scratching an itch after clipping my nails! Those days are over. This pair s-l-i-p-s through your nail, slices. A real cutting of the nail. Also, if you inspect a lesser pair, you'll find a small overbite where the blades meet, even on the Victorinox - not on these. Now I clip, and do a quick filing of the top of the edge, done - smooth, not scratchy or jagged, and very time efficient. As good or better than all that filing I was doing to correct what my clippers should have been accomplishing themselves.-The steel. It is a gimmick to make a kitchen knife in Solingen Germany and declare it a masterpiece. BUT, they still make some of the best there in Solingen. And Swiss made products are still awesome. This pair is made in Seki Japan - they are so proud of this fact (and its relation to traditional Japanese swords) that it is their brand name. Gimmick? Honestly, I don't think so. From the moderate knowledge and familiarity I have with Japanese culture, I know that when they set out to be the best, it can be a very serious venture. I have not had my pair very long. But those who have say the edge holds up great. It seems likely to me that it's good steel, and I notice the lever is different from the blade, which says to me they used a better steel where it counts. I would love to say it has a great heat treat to temper the steel, but I honestly don't know. However, the best way I know to find out is whether the metal 'rings' or not - and this pair doesn't 'clunk,' it has a very sharp sound quality when on a hard surface. Someone who has worked with blades a lot can tell you when a metal sounds soft and hard, and this sounds hard. That would be a very big deal to me, and honestly what I would expect that for a $20 pair (they're $17 for me on Amazon, March 2015). Try this: hold by lever in 'up' position, run an edge of the body up and down your finger and hear the ring. Do this with lesser clippers, and it sounds like a shiny block of wood. no ring.-Connections and fasteners. Not that lesser clippers fail because they come apart (not usually), but on a simple machine like this, connection points are just under the cutting edge and the steel in importance. On the Seki, the lever is connected to the the axle shaft by a real rivet that is sealed on both ends with a tight fit and NO wobble. Very different, very cool. The connection in the rear is the usual stamp-press to fuse the metals, but the stamp is especially large and you can see plenty of material has been shifted in the process. Yet they take the time to polish out any bumps on the top, opposite of the detent. I don't know what the two long holes in the very back are for...but they could possibly add to connection since they are cut together, the seam line inside is hard to find, and there is indention from the cut on both sides.-Control. I find it easy to cut what I want to cut. My thumb slips down the lever of lesser clippers, and I notice I don't slip at ALL when using these. Also, the blade has a good shape and natural curve, the mouth opens wide, and is big enough to do large fingers and BIG toes just fine. (I have a l.a.r.g.e. big toe with a prodigious nail. All my nails are very thick - so the Seki has been tested.)-Blade geometry. The clippers are made from thinner steel, and this leads to a sharper edge. But if you look at the lesser clippers compared to this, their 'mouth' almost seems to jut outward while the Seki come more straight down and seem to have 'deeper teeth.' More cut, less pinch.-Finish. There is a higher grit used on the final grinding of the blade edges than on any of my clippers. This means a great deal for a clean, sharp edge, and for the manufacturing process. The edge is actually lovely to look at. Since heat treat is likely, that would mean needing to use coarse, medium, and fine grits to remove metal smoothly but without causing too much friction heat. You can't just use 'fine' grit and remove a lot of material without ruining the temper. extra steps = a lot more cost for the manufacturer.Con:-some space between axle shaft and lever at connection points. Harm: none. But there is some play allowed there. Not enough to ever 'come off the rails' like some clippers - it's not hooked on, it's an actual rivet - and the play is very slight. Perhaps this results in greater flexibility - I wouldn't put it past the makers to have thought this through.-Flair. Back of clipper that fits into ball of hand isn't super ergonomic. It doesn't hurt, and it's not pointy like the back of lesser clippers, but the way it flares out at the back and is slightly thin (metal is thinner because of higher quality - it's a good thing) that I notice it. However, There is evident attention to grinding down these edges to make them smooth; they are.-Ergonomics. There is obvious work to make this a good fit in the hand, and I do have large hands, but I'm not blown away. Good enough? Absolutely, I'm very pleased with the purchase. But it doesn't feel like a glove. The thumb pad is indented to hold the thumb better, but isn't wide or shaped like a thumb. The lever sits a little higher than I'm used to, but that might actually contribute to better control. (see above) The whole body curves down, and I think that increases grip, and the flair-out at the back actually improves grip too. S ergos are actually 50/50 for me.-Coolness. For such an awesome pair of cutters, for being the best, for being so expensive, for being (hopefully) the last pair I'll ever need....they aren't that cool looking. The brand sticker is really uninspiring and is just an open sticker. The 9 dots on the back of the lever are just there to look cool...but. The grip is very adequate, and actually has some grooves for traction....but, not cool.-sharp edges. It means good things about the manufacture of the product, but the inside sides of the two blade plates are such a harsh 90 degrees that it feels like it could cut me. No actual danger, and the outside edges are rounded (which indicates good thought). But the sides of the blade edge are so sharp I'm not sure if I have the actual blade or just the tip curve against my skin.there you have it. They are the best, pros and cons, and worth your money if you care enough to even be reading this.I'm so glad I used my Christmas money to buy them! Would do it again. But NO ONE will be borrowing these, so I will not NEED to buy them again.5Unsure why this fingernail clipper is so highly rated I purchased this clipper due to the overwhelming quantity and positivity of the reviews. I have been quite disappointed by the product after several months of usage. Nail clippings regularly get caught on the blade and require constant clearing to continue clipping. Nails clipped aren't cleanly cut and often require followup work to smooth down to normalize.Weight is good and lever force to clip feels good while using. However, the results of using this product aren't satisfactory. After finally having had enough of this device, I am now looking for a different set of clippers. 2Tack weld broke at the beginning of the third time using. Not what I expected coming from Japan. JUNK.First impressions was they could have rounded the sharp corners a little more. Other than that they cut great and were very sharp and could definitely tell it took less pressure to cut nails with these than others I have used. It all goes downhill from there. I had only used them ONE time to cut my nails and my daughter had used them ONCE to cut hers. I was just starting to cut my nails for the second time and the light, very light, tack weld that was holding the two bottom plates together broke. So they are useless. Would be near impossible to align the blades up and clamp these things and weld another tack. After paying fourteen or fifteen bucks for these things one should not have ANY trouble from them for YEARS. These had only cut twenty nails. Pathetic.1Superior Tool Performs Well, Requires Attentive Use This is a superior tool. Compared to garden variety drugstore nail clippers, this nail cutter feels like a surgical instrument. It's quite sharp and you'll hear and feel much less 'clipping'; instead it quietly cuts. To quote Ian Shoales of the defunct Duck's Breath Mystery Theatre (for those with 1980s cultural awareness), "that's the comfort, and that's the terror." The comfort is the this quality cutter cuts rather than breaks the nail. The terror is you really have to pay attention because they grab very well, perhaps before you think you've placed them, and there's the potential to cut off more than you might intend, closer to the fingertip.The arched base is an interesting ergonomic design. I'm a bit challenged both visually and my ambidexterity isn't 100%, meaning that I hold clippers, and now this cutter, differently in each hand. The longer arched base works nicely with one grip and approach, and not as well with another. I won't try to describe the two holds (if my use mirrors yours you know what I mean). If i could ding 1/2 star off the score I would on this count. But don't let that stop you. If after X decades of living you've tired of chrome-plated clippers that suffer metal fatigue and just plain ugliness, this cutter is your ticket.Summer 2017 edit: I've learned that the blades on both of my Sekis (models 106 and 107) do NOT align. You can test this by closing the blades and running your fingernail across where they meet. If it ain't smooth then the blades are exerting not-best forces on your nail as they cut. Because of this, given my nail problems, I'm going to try one or the other German products, Germanikure or Niegeloh. They both cost considerably more, but 4Very disappointed!!!I rarely leave reviews, but felt compelled to write one for this product. I got these nail clippers to use on my children. They're horrible! The don't cut cleanly - literally every time I try to clip their nails I have to pull away the nail after "clipping," basically tearing it away. Regret wasting my money on these as they cut worse than the cheapo clippers from the drugstore.1HIGHLY DISSAPOINTED! I was really excited for this product (as excited as one can be for a nail clipper) and I did extensive research, read a lot of reviews, compred products and I finally decided on the Seki Edge. It was not a cheap product at all, but I figured it was worth it. It started working pretty well, but after a few weeks it started RUSTING and making a weird noise when I clipped my nails. I was assured that this was supposed to be stainless steel, but after a few uses it started rusting and became really difficult to handle. I am now looking into some of the other options that some review websites recommend and will throw my Seki in the trash, it is completely useless at this point. I would NOT recommend this product. I really hope I got a defective product, but as of now, I m really dissapointed. 1Very nice quality, heavy, easy to use. Highly recommend! These are the best clippers I've ever owned! They are very heavy and sharp. Almost too sharp at first but after several uses, I got used to them compared to subpar clippers I had used in the past. I've been using them over a year now and they are still sharp. They open and close easily and fluidly. The hinge mechanism does not wiggle or move during clipping. They are a tad big compared to other clippers but once again, the quality is so great that you quickly adjust to the size. I've included a photo of them next to a pair of cheap drugstore clippers so you can see the slight size difference. In the second photo, you can see that they have pin like things on the outside of the hinge mechanism...those keep them from slipping or wiggling during use. Perfect for fingernails and toenails. Highly recommend! 5Defective Blade, Looked Used I was really excited to get these, especially after reading all the good reviews, but, unfortunately, the blade had a raised piece of metal on it... so... when I used them, it gave my poor nails very jagged cuts. I wish I had seen it before using them and saved my nails the trouble. It took me 10 minutes to file off the damage they caused. It also had scratches on the outside, looking used. The material looked great and felt good in the hands, but quality control is clearly very poor. I returned them for a refund, will not buy again, went with a different brand. 1Broke on first use I am disappointed they broke on the first squeeze. I am returning these for credit and now I have to go search for an alternative. Don't waste your money on this junk. 1
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