Stylfile Nipper Clipper

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Izebellas fingernails are so tiny yet they grow very fast and quickly become sharp like little razors. I hate cutting and trimming them. I never liked cutting Ryan or Jordannas either. A few months ago I was trying to clip her little nails and accidentally caught her fingertip which then bled and made me feel awful. I have since been even more wary about using them.
I was asked if I would like to review the new Nipper Clipper. It’s the latest invention from Tom Pellereau (former apprentice winner) and the first nail clipper to have a safety spy hole.

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The safety spy hole allowed me to see exactly what I was cutting and therefore avoiding nipping Izebellas skin. These clippers seemed to trim her nails very easily and softly, I did not have to put any pressure on the clippers or press down hard at all.
I managed to trim Izebellas nails easily with these as I could clearly see through the hole just how much nail I was taking off.
With the nipper clipper kit also came an S shape file which helped smooth away any sharp bits after clipping.

20130705-200742.jpg. Izebellas nails were finally short and smooth again.

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Alongside the nail kit is also an app developed to keep babies amused whilst clipping nails. It is called Timmy Tickle and available from Apple app store both a free version and cheap paid version.

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I tend to clip Izebellas nails whilst she is sleeping but I have shown her the app on my phone and she seemed quite amused and entertained for a short while so it is a fairly good distraction idea.
I think the new Nipper Clippers are a great idea. They are certainly much better than any standard clippers or baby scissors and a much needed safety product.

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Nipper Clippers can be purchased from Sainsburys and Amazon RRP Β£9.99.
Check Stylfile for your nearest stockist.

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3 Comments

  1. KatyKkk
    July 15, 2013 / 17:33

    When I was a young mum many many years ago we were told to bite them

    • elle cowan
      August 4, 2013 / 20:32

      oh i was told that too, but i have never even been able to bite my own nails, its something that just horrifies me i think its a bit of a freaky-phobia, also i worried it would have encouraged the children to start biting their nails which i am sure is a difficult habit to break… i managed ok with a set of round tip baby nail scissors from our local unichem chemist (do unichem even exist any more i wonder? they were great little chemists) and i’m pleased to say i had no nail biters amongst my now adult brood! πŸ™‚

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