Cutting edges are made straight. Toenails are easy to be ingrown. It is said that sharp corners of toenails should not to be round off in order to prevent toenails ingrown or to improve a condition of already ingrown toenails. This model can cut toenails squarely. It is recommended to all of you not only to people having problems in toenails. It is a long-awaited model for the people who want to cut nails in a straight line. It comes with an special case made of metal for storing it safely. The case is also usable over the years along with the nail clippers. You can try it at this store in Tokyo,Japan. " 2k540 Takuminohako". Business hours, 11:00 a.m. -7:00 p.m. Regular closing day, Wednesday.
It was improved in operability as well as other series of SUWADA nail clippers in 2008 and became easier to use. It took a cylinder spring keeping the cutting quality and original good design. According to taking the new function, the blades came to be open more widely to maximum 15 millimeters. It became easier to cut thick fingernails and ingrownnails and wipe off and remove dirt between them.
The nail clippers made in Japan. It cuts really well!
It is made of stainless steel which is used for high-quality knife. It is handmade one by one in Japan. It can cut fingernails so cleanly and it prevents nails splitting and being lough of the touch. It is loved by many users. Many professionals who trim the fingernails and medical professionals use it. The blades are made straight. It is easy to care for deformed nails, ingrown nails. The nailclippers have not only exellent blades and functions, but the form is also beautiful. The other day, so old model of the nail clippers were requested to get repaired. It seemed to be the model around 50 years ago. It had never been repaired. That is surprising. It depends on frequency to use, but it will be usable for a long time, at least for 10 years without being sharpened. However, we accept a repair request anytime.
Accumulation of making things through three generations. History of the nail clippers.
Suwada began making wire cutter which is like ancestors of the nailclippers in 1926. The handle was formed into a gourd shape to be easy to use since it was not interesting to make the sameone as other. The first generation began making nailclippers by making use of technique of making wire cutter after that. Surprisingly,the nail clippers at the time is usable now. However, there was no profit at all because the price was based on the price of wire cutter. They stopped the production of nail clippers after a while. In the mid 1960's bonsai(a dwarf miniature potted tree) became popular in Japan and they began making more pruning scissors actively. The structure was almost identical to the wire cutter and the nail clippers. This product sells well for many years and continues being sold even now. They reproduced nail clippers by request from fans of nail clippers after a while, but stopped production again in half a year because of the low price. However, a new request came after half a year of quitting production of nailclippers. Then they improved the form to continue to produce and sell them. Suwada nailclippers have been developed from making tools in this way. Accumulated know-how are used in them now.
Cautions for use
Use only for cutting fingernails and toenails. be careful not to hurt fingers,