Kershaw by KAI Nail Clipper


Clipping toenails is one of those necessary grooming evils everybody has to do in order to maintain a hygienic image. Nobody asked for the nail clipper to be reinvented, but the Japanese company “Kershaw by KAI” went ahead and did it anyway. The result is the world’s thinnest nail clipper — 4mm thick — ever created. Made in Japan from stainless steel using a “metal injection molding” process, the KAI nail clipper is thin, but ultra sharp. Tucked inside the metal frame is also a nail filer that pops out. A nail clipper of this caliber isn’t cheap, though, but for the kind of lifetime quality you can expect out of it, it’s probably worth it.

Price: ~$52
Source: Rakuten