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MUJI nail clipper Made in Japan Small 6cm

4.2
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  • Nail Clipper
  • Japan
  • Muji
  • Beauty
  • Manicure

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Customer Reviews

Nothing short of amazing. KEEP THE PLASTIC THINGIEBought this on recommendation of theSweetHome and was not disappointed. It's sharp and cuts so cleanly I've never had anything else like it. There was a plastic thing on it that I didn't know what to do so I threw it away. Bought one for my girlfriend and she told me "I love how the plastic thing caught all the nail clippings."Dug furiously in my trash for it, but didn't find it. I guess I need to keep the vacuum close at hand. :(5I hate this item and it's NOT RETURNABLE I paid the outlandish price for these clippers based on a NYT Wirecutter review, assuming they would be superior They are anything but superior. A lot of force is required to make them work and despite the "catcher," the cut nail goes flying (like with any other clipper). I assumed there would be the curved file (found on most clippers) useful for cleaning under the nail. There was no way to tell from the image that it lacks that useful part. And (why am I not surprised) this overpriced product is "not eligible for return," even on the day you receive it. 1One of the best so far 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 MoMa Muji and the Mehaz 660 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. I have no real need for the plastic nail catcher, but it actually seems to work. 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. The clippers show they are made in Japan, which is known for its superior steels, as opposed to the often inferior Chinese steels. So far I'm pleased with these clippers. I'll try to post an update as I get more use from them. 5Would buy again These are just nail clippers.. but I felt compelled to say that they're really nice. I would buy these again. Feels great to not struggle with cheap clippers, these clip nice and cleanly. I bought them over other choices because they're made in Japan. I don't want something clearly produced in a cheaper country to save a buck- that tells me that quality is also going to not be top priority. There's a few other top brands and they produce in Vietnam etc. Maybe the quality is great and it doesn't matter? I don't care, I want the stuff made in Japan given the choice. You won't be disappointed by these. They're normal size too, not too big and not too small, works for fingers and toes.The only snag with buying stuff off Amazon is that you don't know if it's the real product or a knock off. That's why I don't shop exclusively on Amazon.com, but the clippers I got seem to be the real deal. Pick a vendor from the list that looks credible when you purchase. 5Good performance early on, but not made for long-term use. These nail clippers worked very well in the beginning. They initially gave me a perfectly cut fingernail.After about 8 months, I was noticing a dulling of the blades with my nail edges looking more raggedy after clipping them. Then, without warning they failed and alarmingly broke apart as I applied pressure, and one half of clippers flew up and hit my nose in the process. No injury but I would have been really upset if it hit me in the eye.These are better than the cheap drugstore nail clippers, but keep in mind they will not last as long. 3These clippers provide a pretty clean cut of the nail but I had an ... These clippers provide a pretty clean cut of the nail but I had an issue with the plastic nail clipping catcher. It is in the way at the edges of the blades such that you can't get to the corners of your nails easily. I ended up removing the plastic catcher and throwing it away. The clippers are pretty decent without the catcher installed but aren't life changing. Not sure I'd buy them again. 3Bought on a whim, never using another clipper again. You have no idea how bad your "best" nail clipper is until you use this. You can't afford a Rolls Royce but can afford the Rolls Royce of nail clippers. 5The Mehaz does have a better plastic nail catch as it has a cut out ... I purchased the Muji and Mehaz nail clippers to see which ones I preferred, and in the end I preferred the Muji. The Muji has a thinner cutting profile (top nail clipper in image) which makes it easier to position the clippers underneath the nail. The Mehaz have a thicker cutting profile (bottom nail clipper in image) which presumably makes it more durable, but I found it much more difficult to position the Mehaz properly than the Muji. The Muji cuts the nail cleanly and definitively and some light filing using the file on the handle is enough to smooth things out. The Mehaz does have a better plastic nail catch as it has a cut out to accommodate the nail while the Muji doesn't. I cut my fingernails twice a week and toenails once a week, all using the Muji, and it is really a pleasure to use them. 5rusted within a month These nail clippers are certainly nice and sharp, and the cutters contact squarely, but they rust almost overnight. I used them for about a month before a bit of rust showed, and now ~6 months later they look like they spend a decade in the rain. Do not buy. 1and I wondered if the ones I could buy in stores would be any better. Ended up just searching for "best nail clippers" ... Been using the same clippers for many years, my family has a bag with a bunch of nail clippers and other nail stuff. Long time I ago I found the "best" one that cut the easiest and cleanest so I've been using that one. Few weeks ago the arm snapped in half and use another.. Nope, all the ones we have left leave my nails all jagged, and I wondered if the ones I could buy in stores would be any better.Ended up just searching for "best nail clippers" and came across these, pretty expensive but I went for it. Dang these things cut easy and clean, worth the money? I don't know, they feel quality and clipping my nails have never been easier. I've never been a fan of the plastic "catch" thing so I don't have to hover over a trash can the whole time but little clippings end up flying out anyway. Really enjoy these, don't see myself using anything other until these break, hopefully in several years. Would probably buy it again. 5Razor Sharp; Well Designed Fantastic nail clippers; arrived razor sharp, still cutting easily now almost a year later. I actually have to be very careful with these that I don't do some damage to my fingers or toes! I have on accident cut a bit of skin and drawn some blood and that was being careful; I get the same nervous feeling using these that I have when I'm using a sharp knife. If you want sharp, well designed nail clippers, you've found them! Just hope they're in stock from Japan. Also, the nail-catching plastic is useless, but the wide nail-file on the lever is fantastic; it works as grip when using the clippers and is a very sharp file for touching up spots. 5Goodbye drugstore clippers!Wow, so impressed with this product. It looks beautiful, feels solid, and performs like a champ. Like most guys, I only buy nail clippers if (a) my current ones are completely rusted out; or (b) I'm traveling and I forgot to cut my nails before I left. In this case, it was option (a). Since I'm almost 40, I figured it was time to buy some grown-man type products that were built to last. These little clippers deliver that and more.Yes, they cost more than the drugstore version, but man, these things cut way better, and are built to last. I have pretty strong nails, and these things clip through with little to no effort. I have zero regrets purchasing these, and I honestly can't think of a negative. Even the price is not that high, considering you'll have these things for years. If they fail or problems come up, I'll be sure to update this review. Until then, buy yourself one of these bad boys.5
MUJI nail clipper Made in Japan Small 6cm

MUJI nail clipper Made in Japan Small 6cm

4.2
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
CA$ 54.00
Sale price
CA$ 54.00
Regular price
CA$ 88.00
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Save 39% (CA$ 34.00)