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Revlon Nail Clipper (Curved Blade) EXPIRED

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Amazon has Revlon Nail Clipper (Curved Blade) on sale at 3 for $3.64 (price shown at checkout) when you add a Quantity of 3 and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

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Amazon [amazon.com] has Revlon Nail Clipper (Curved Blade) on sale 3 for $3.64 when you change the quantity to 3 and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

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#46
Quote from tunnie :
These are trash; got it last time and they don't cut nails just breaks them.
Agree 100%! Total trash. I hate these cheap clippers!
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Any of you who have a Daiso Japan near you should go check out their stainless steel nail clippers or stainless steel toenail clippers for $1.50 each. They are far better than these.
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I would not buy this nail clipper again. It doesn't cut very well, period.
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Quote from thund3rcat :
Cut your nails after a shower. Cheap clippers won't matter.
I still wouldn't recommend this nail clipper.
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Thanks. Got 3!!
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#51
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Is it me or do these lose their cutting ability after a while?
Lol, maybe this is why you can subscribe for an item nearly everyone gets 1 of every few years 🤣
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Blades do that.
I have had a large pair of Revlon nail clippers in my pocket almost daily for over 30 years and they still cut like a champ, but are losing the "chrome". I am not sure the sharpness matters as much because it is just leverage and applied power. I started carrying them in the Army to clip hang nails in the field. EEK!
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#53
i have this... can't say i recommend it. it does cut but i don't like the way it feels while cutting. personally i would pony up and get something for $10-15 and keep it for 10 years...
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I also bought this last time. Had to return as they were not good nail clippers.
Lol you returned finger nail clippers? The cost gasoline alone wasn't worth it. Lol you had someone drive finger nail clippers to your door and then back to the sender. Wtf!
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Quote from FeoragdareH :
Lol, maybe this is why you can subscribe for an item nearly everyone gets 1 of every few years 🤣
Not according to other post on here. More reading comprehension here for you, scout. LMAO
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I have had a large pair of Revlon nail clippers in my pocket almost daily for over 30 years and they still cut like a champ, but are losing the "chrome". I am not sure the sharpness matters as much because it is just leverage and applied power. I started carrying them in the Army to clip hang nails in the field. EEK!
Things were made differently 30 years ago.....
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I would not buy this nail clipper again. It doesn't cut very well, period.
No problem, pull out the Dremel tool with the appropriate stone wheel and sharpen them up. Put a pair in the mechanic chest, on the job tool box and one for the tackle box. Having nail clippers for as cheap as they are is better then not having anything.

Thanks OP and repped.
WB
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These are terrible. Straight to the garbage.
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Other options, you can buy Nail Clipper, 6 ct for $6.29 at Costco Business Center. Or you can buy bulk $4-5 for 8-10 counts.
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Is it me or do these lose their cutting ability after a while?

I dont know, I usually lose these after a week or so. I just keep buying them
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