Clipping Ergonomically

The awesome Klhip Nail Clipper is a fantastic way to clip your talons. Imagine using a 17-4PH surgical stainless blade clipper designed with better grips and new kinda physics for working! So far, the pressure to be applied to nail clippers was concentrated at the end of the stick, but with the Klhip, you need to apply it right above the blade. Effortless cutting and no-flying-nails is what you get! Delightful!

Designer: Mark S. Farris

14 Comments

  • want one… the usual ones break too easily

  • want one… the usual ones break too easily

  • Confucius says:

    Rate this. Something I have always thought could do with an overhaul, this is a great product.
    $50 is a little to much for me though… OK for launch but when a typical replacement is $3 its a big gap. I would consider revisiting that figure in a few months.

  • Confucius says:

    Rate this. Something I have always thought could do with an overhaul, this is a great product.
    $50 is a little to much for me though… OK for launch but when a typical replacement is $3 its a big gap. I would consider revisiting that figure in a few months.

  • timo says:

    That is bril! And so obvious – a daily tool we use… not once did I think it needs a new design and then I see this product and I cant believe the old nail clippers have lasted so long.

  • timo says:

    That is bril! And so obvious – a daily tool we use… not once did I think it needs a new design and then I see this product and I cant believe the old nail clippers have lasted so long.

  • WOW,I like one,very easy.

  • WOW,I like one,very easy.

  • It's excellent! That's a re-design that I thought I'd never see… Great work

  • It's excellent! That's a re-design that I thought I'd never see… Great work

  • Hector says:

    Got one as a gift last year.

    Product works great, folds very compact. Build quality and material finish is not bad, but not great. Metal finishing was not optimal – you can see the flashing and it’s not evenly blasted

    The carry case it comes with is much larger than the clipper itself, would have loved a compact, sleek sleeve/case, current one just feels cheap and chunky.

    Product is heavily overpriced but, the clipping experience is quite desirable after a few uses. Would recommend this for maybe 20-30 USD, more comparable to it’s counterparts which include some high-end Japanese brands.

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