Should a Better Nail Clipper Cost $50?

A company has this noble idea of developing “a better nail clipper.” Trouble is that their concept of “better” also comes with “ridiculously more expensive.”

The Klhip nail clipper is designed by reversely engineering the standard clipper, enabling users to apply pressure right above the blade. This means better ergonomics, a more effortless cutting, and “nail so smooth you can skip the file.” It is made from surgical stainless steel, assuring users of lifetime usage.

A single unit of US-made Klhip costs US$50. It is 50 times more expensive than your ordinary nail clipper, but if you can afford it why not shell out an extra $30 to get yourself a leather case to go with it?

Source: Gadget Lab, via CrunchGear

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