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Amazon has the Revlon Toenail Clipper for $1.76.
Free shipping with Amazon Prime (not an "add on" item).
https://www.amazon.com/Revlon-Toe...0015HKN3G/

Contoured handles are comfortable to hold with excellent control
Curved blades for safe and natural trimming
Lever-action for easy use with either hand

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Don't these cost a buck at the dollar stores? Save a tree people... Amazon is gonna send you a cardboard box or a padded envelope for something they're overcharging you for already.
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Just use a toe knife. Smilie
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I don''t get it.
I had the worst ingrown toenails when I used a CURVED blade
I paid extra for a STRAIGHT blade toenail clipper, and it's so much better. You can control exactly what you want clipped.
The curve is certainly not the shape of your nail, is it?
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I don''t get it.
I had the worst ingrown toenails when I used a CURVED blade
I paid extra for a STRAIGHT blade toenail clipper, and it's so much better. You can control exactly what you want clipped.
The curve is certainly not the shape of your nail, is it?
Yeah, idk what the shape is about, it's always bugged me. It only really works, imo, on the tip of your nail. and even then it's a bit narrow for me
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Don't these cost a buck at the dollar stores? Save a tree people... Amazon is gonna send you a cardboard box or a padded envelope for something they're overcharging you for already.
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Yes dollar 🌲
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Looking for some VERY cool designs, like Superheros, hmmmm?
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I used to buy cheap clippers, always had issues.

I finally spent a few bucks and got a harperton, build quality is great and so much better.
I regret not doing it sooner
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I used to buy cheap clippers, always had issues.

I finally spent a few bucks and got a harperton, build quality is great and so much better.
I regret not doing it sooner
dollar store clippers work great too.
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Meh, dollar tree or 99 cents store.
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Just use a toe knife. Smilie
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thx perfect timing
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get a $1 credit for digital with slow shipping, unless your nail is super long Smilie order 2x, for the office and gym bag
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I was going to order two, but for what? To have an extra? Well I already have one so it would be to have an extra two. $2 shipped, what is the normal price? I saw someone recommended another brand but over $10. Out of my league. Of course if you eff you nail up one time $10 plus would seem like a bargain. Decisions decisions.
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Be a man and just bite your toenails off.
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