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Mehaz Professional 660 Professional Nail Clipper (model: 9mc0660)

3.6
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Description

  • Curved cutting blade follows nails natural shape for easy cutting.
  • Durable and long lasting blades offer clean cuts.
  • Includes convenient file and clippings catcher.

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Customer Reviews

Poor design I had purchased a Mehaz side toe nail clipper and was very pleased with the design and quality.I decided to purchase this smaller clipper and found it extremely hard to use. The opening was not large enough to allow placing over the finger nail easily and there was a plastic holder that further complicated the problem.I attempted to return this and found that it was not returnable. 1NOT TOENAIL CLIPPERS!I mistakenly purchased the Mehaz #660 believing they were the toe clippers, but the Mehaz toe clippers are #662. It's hard to tell the size and type from the pictures alone. Just want to save someone else making the same mistake.However, it was a fortunate mistake as these clippers are fantastic.Size:The #660 is a smaller size (the size of normal nail clippers) and is for your fingernails.Construction:Clippers are made from high quality stainless steel and can be dipped in disinfectant liquid without rusting. The steel is in a beautiful brush finishThe cutting head is curved, not straight.The package said these were made in Vietnam. Other Mehaz clippers say made in Japan.They have a lifetime warranty.Function:They work great. They cut nails precisely and neatly. The clippers fit inside a plastic sleeve that catches the nail trimmings and includes an adhered file attachment that is great quality and has a fine grit.These clippers are a work of art, both form and function! I love these clippers!5Something weird in the Mehaz/Kai manufacturing.... Be aware - this brand is not consistent with quality and manufacturing!I ordered the Mehaz 660 fingernail clippers with the matching toenail clippers, the 662. There is something funny going on here - the larger size is manufactured in Japan, and feels hefty. The fingernail clippers, the 660, are manufactured in Vietnam. While they appear to match, they feel very different. Compared with the 662, they are much more unsteady, there is rough metal around the edges of the handles, and the connecting bolt is less finished. I think I will have to use a metal file around the edge of the handle on the smaller one for it to be safe & comfortable to use.In hindsight, the 662 can maybe work for fingernails. I wish I had only bought the larger size.I was under the impression this was a legit brand, but frankly this is really disappointing. I am going to contact the company and see why two products so similar to each other are so different. 3Excellent so far, but time will tell I bought three brands of highly rated fingernail clippers from Amazon at the same time so I could compare them. One brand was a flop, but the Mehaz 660 and the MoMa Muji were both excellent and ended up in a virtual tie. The tie will be broken by one of them continuing to perform well longer than the other.These clippers are a nice size with slim lines and sharp cutting surfaces that mate well. Clipping nails is almost effortless, and the cuts are clean using very little force. The clipped nail pieces drop nearly straight down without flying all over the place like they do with typical drug store clippers. If the steel is good and the heat treatment has been done correctly, the blades may continue to remain sharp for an extended time -- a quality lacking in most clippers I have tried. So far I'm pleased with these clippers. I'll try to post an update as I get more use from them. 5Huge disappointment... These clippers were purchased in 2013.. I wanted ones made in Japan, and this website claimed they were so I bought them. But when they arrived, were made in Vietnam! The top and bottom cutting edges were slanted too much inward and the gap between them was too small/narrow, both issues making it very difficult to get the blades around the fingernail for cutting! And, the curve of the topside handle was positioned all wrong; it was as if they just slapped the curve on the handle anywhere that seemed good but didn't test it out! Every time I used these clippers my thumb constantly slid down that sloped handle, and I would lose my grip on the clippers while trying to cut my nails. This caused a lot of frustration and anxiety over potentially cutting myself.Since thiis awful tool was bought couple of years ago, perhaps they have improved by now? Who knows what country they're made in now?! 1Decent, but not worth all the hype or price I bought it because of the insanely great reviews. It does cut well but it leaves very sharp edges so you must file your nails afterwards and is somewhat narrow requiring more cuts per each nail that I would like. Some people already file after cutting their nails so this so that's fine for them, but it was an added step for me.I've had and currently have a much better one that is wider at the cutting point (easier to use/fine tuned cuts) and leaves no sharp edges. For the price I will likely buy something else the next time. 3Get the SekiDespite the positive reviews that lead me to try this nail clipper, I find it unpleasant to use, and not particularly well performing. The plastic nail catcher makes it cumbersome to use, the ergonomics aren't great, the force required to cut is high, which increases the odds of it slipping or rotating while using it, the cuts aren't as clean as I'd have expected, the metal has a finish on it that is uncomfortable to the touch. People said this was more affordable alternative to things like the Seki Edge. When we're only talking a few dollars and the Seki Edge is many orders of magnitude better, I can't really understand why anyone would chose this one over the better ones out there.2Amazing clippers! I am nearly phobic about clipping my nails. I hate the feel of it, the sound of it, and the way those bits of fingernail always fly every which way, to be found lurking in unexpected places later. Gross. Then along comes these little wonders! Sharp, easy to grip, and with their own little catcher for those flying shards! I bought a pair, then promptly ordered 3 more! Have they made clipping my nails a pleasure? No. But they've taken away the worst of my fears and made things much easier! What more can I ask? 5And it doesn't hold a candle to a good quality Stainless Steel clipper like the Seki Edge SS-106 ... For what was supposed to be a highly rated clipper, this thing is a piece of junk compared to the cheap Revlon one I purchased at Target, I think, years ago. And it doesn't hold a candle to a good quality Stainless Steel clipper like the Seki Edge SS-106 that wasn't much more.This Mehaz clipper could not cleanly cut my nails. It caused tears, rough edges, splintered nails, you name it. 1These are the best you can buy Best clippers ever.I'm not above paying a little extra for something that will last and do the job better than other brands. These clippers are far and away the best clippers I have ever owned. The construction is beyond sturdy. They just feel like a premium product when you hold them and the edges are sharp in the best way possible. You can clip your nails and they don't leave sharp edges that catch on everything or leave scratches.I bought an extra pair for my wife and the toe nail versions should be arriving soon. The price is great for these clippers and I cannot recommend them enough. 5WANTED to love these... I bought these for my husband and was excited for him to get these as he's really been wanting some good clippers. After reading the reviews, I thought these would be great. Unfortunately, he was really disappointed. Make no mistake....they have a great blade and cut extremely well...IF you can get your nail to "seat"into the clipper properly. The design is simply just flawed. I don't understand how it works so well for so many, unless ours is defective, which I doubt. I went back and read more reviews and found this one. It describes the problem perfectly so I'll share it here..."The main issue that I've encountered is that the curve of the cutting edge of the clippers is slightly more acute than normal. This makes it more difficult to angle the clipper to achieve the desired cut. It's more difficult to line the teeth of the clipper up against the contour of the fingernail. I haven't experienced this with any of the myriad clippers I've used in life; it's unlikely that I've suddenly forgotten how to use nail clippers. When I compare the curvature to other clippers, the difference is not visibly obvious. But it's repeatedly noticeable in actual use."ALLOW ME to interpret that for you in clear, concise language: IT'S ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO GET YOUR NAIL INTO THE CLIPPER TO CLIP IT! And really, isn't that the whole point of a nail clipper? The author quoted above suggest the MUJI nail clipper. Thanks! That's the one I was going to buy instead of this one and didn't. I may just head to Target and buy something cheaper that I know works! 2will eventually dull and give a worse cut This nail clippers is a massive improvement over my old pair - these are quite a bit sharper. They cut easier and far more cleanly - that dreaded "fresh cut nails" feeling is far, far less severe with these.Any clippers, no matter the quality, will eventually dull and give a worse cut. The only question is how long it'll take. Thankfully, these haven't yet showed any signs of dulling at all after a month and a half of regular use. My job has me work in a room with stringent cleaning controls. One of those requirements is to keep my fingernails short - meaning I have to cut them quite regularly - and probably far more often than most people. I'm the only person using them so take that for what you will.I removed one star because of the plastic clipping catcher. While it did it's job, it was very difficult to remove and was have been a pain in the neck to try to empty on a regular basis. I ended up just throwing it away since it's easier to just clip my nails over a trash can or the toilet anyway. 4
Mehaz Professional 660 Professional Nail Clipper (model: 9mc0660)

Mehaz Professional 660 Professional Nail Clipper (model: 9mc0660)

3.6
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
CA$ 56.00
Sale price
CA$ 56.00
Regular price
CA$ 92.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (CA$ 36.00)