Seki Edge SS-112 Nail Clippers
Seki Edge SS-112 Nail Clippers
bookmark_border
Where's the price?
To negotiate the best possible price for our customers, we agree to hide prices prior to logging in.
2k Sold
Product Description
Named among the best nail clippers by Wirecutter in 2018, the Seki Edge clippers check all the boxes when it comes to your nail-trimming needs. They’re made of stainless steel with an ergonomic handle and hand-finished edges Read More

search
Mister-H
38
Jul 1, 2020
bookmark_border
I always get a laugh out of all the "I buy nail clippers for nine cents at the Nine Cent Store" people. If you think they're ridiculously priced, don't buy them. Why passively chastise the people who might be interested? Is there anything at Drop that isn't a luxury/recreational/discretionary purchase?
Jul 1, 2020
JaegerD
103
Aug 11, 2020
bookmark_border
I don't think Drop is the place for people who aim for the cheapest option. Almost everything here is a "luxury" buy, just generally cheaper. But people love to complain about everything. I hear Walmart might be a better place to look for the lowest dollar spent if anyone from that crowd is reading.
Aug 11, 2020
SDante
93
Jul 1, 2020
bookmark_border
$19? I bought a pair of clippers for $1 that have lasted me about 12 years so far, plus they have a nail file attached that this one lacks. Who wastes their money on an expensive nail clipper?
Jul 1, 2020
Spectralis
6
Jul 3, 2020
bookmark_border
Just an fyi, these do have a nail file attached.
Jul 3, 2020
SDante
93
Jul 3, 2020
bookmark_border
Not one that has the usual hook for cleaning your nails on it though, and not one that makes it worth more than a dollar or less.
Jul 3, 2020
camshaft
60
Apr 26, 2020
bookmark_border
Looked and was 1.00 savings compared to amazon. But amazon get it now while drop seems to take forever.
Apr 26, 2020
RayF
21331
Apr 25, 2020
bookmark_border
Evidently it's some kind of gift that I have--I can trim my nails without issue or complaint using virtually any clipper I find laying around the house in a drawer, my luggage, or medicine cabinet? Have been able to all my life as a matter of fact. I wish I had the same gift when it comes to musical instruments--but no dice there--every piano, saxophone, and guitar I pick up--not one of 'em will play a recognizable tune for me! My gift (I don't know, maybe it's a super-power?) only seems to cover inexpensive, garden variety nail clippers. Yup, I'm a damn savant with those. Oh well, I did just save twenty-three bucks--that's something to be thankful for, isn't it?
Apr 25, 2020
silphium
0
Apr 21, 2020
bookmark_border
The Lexus of nail clippers. That big pad on the end is genius. It's made to fit in the palm of your hand comfortably (all clippers of this type should be held with the blades, not the lever, in your palm). Held this way the blades are stabilized by your hand. If you hold the clipper with the lever in your palm, the blades will rotate around the lever's fulcrum, making cutting difficult. They're sharp of course but what's more they're durable. We've got 4 man-years of use on ours and the edge is still like new. My guess is this is a lifetime purchase. Once you try these, you'll never go back to Chinese cheapos again.
(Edited)
Apr 21, 2020
ericrosenfield
7
Apr 21, 2020
bookmark_border
This seems to be more expensive than the same clippers on Amazon: https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B000F35R00/ref=smi_www_rco2_go_smi_3905707922
Apr 21, 2020
ConeyIslandHotDog
16
Apr 21, 2020
bookmark_border
That's probably due to the fact that though they are the same brand, they are in fact NOT the same clipper. This one has additional features.
Apr 21, 2020
heelhook79
1
Feb 5, 2020
bookmark_border
Man, this thing is SHARP. No resistance when I was trimming my nails. I don't care too much for the filer - it feels a little too narrow. It also has a good heft to it so you can feel it when you're holding it. Definitely worth it!
Feb 5, 2020
SmithyNZ
207
Jan 15, 2020
bookmark_border
I have some other quality Japanese-made clippers that I bought last year while in Japan, but I find that they're too large to comfortably use with fingernails. One of the issues (resulting from the size) is that it's difficult to see the part of the nail that's about to be clipped. What are the Sekis like in this regard? Do they have a good level of fine control? Can you get into the corners?
Jan 15, 2020
JaegerD
103
Aug 11, 2020
bookmark_border
Personally I have had none of the issues that you're describing. It has, as far as I can tell, the same type of clipping end as every other nail clipper, just made of better stuff. The bulky ends are great for having a solid grip on the thing
Aug 11, 2020
saladito_29
9
Seki Edge
Jun 12, 2019
bookmark_border
I needed my nails trimmed and found that my son stole my very guarded and recently purchased 112 nail clipper so I found cheap pair of clippers and using this cheap clippers in like cutting tomatoes with a butter knife, now I know how amazing this SS-112 Seki Clippers are!!! so I just took the plunge again, at this price this will be on my list of items to give away for the holidays.
Jun 12, 2019
motocoder
39
Jun 9, 2019
bookmark_border
I have two pairs of these: one I got as part of a small Seki grooming kit from MassDrop. I liked them so much, I bought a second pair to keep in my car. Once you use them, you'll never want to use the cheap clippers again.
Jun 9, 2019
Showing 15 of 39
keyboard_arrow_up
Newest
39 OF 39 POSTS
Aug 11, 2020
keyboard_arrow_down
Oldest