Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Baby Comfy Deluxe Safety Nail Clipper Review


When I was younger, I remember using a nail clipper by myself and cutting my skin. Now that I have daughters, I make sure to cut their nails carefully so that I wouldn't accidentally cut their skin. When I received the Baby Comfy Deluxe Safety Nail Clipper, I looked forward to trying it because it's designed specifically for kids. Here is a quick product description from the company:

NEW PATENTED SINGLE-BLADE TECHNOLOGY won't cut baby's skin. The single-blade design of Baby Comfy Nail is designed to hold the fingertip skin back so that only the nail gets cut. The bottom ledge sticks out slightly so you won't cut too closely to the sensitive nail bed. The durable plastic bottom ledge lasts for thousands of cuts. Baby Comfy Nail is larger than standard clippers by design so it's easier to hold and operate. Attach a lanyard to keep the clipper within reach when you need it. The unique, patented design of Baby Comfy Nail makes it virtually impossible to cut the skin of baby's fingers, making this truly the FIRST BABY SAFETY NAIL CLIPPER. Trim Tearlessly. 
The Baby Comfy Deluxe Safety Nail Clipper is different to me because this is the first time I saw a nail clipper with only 1 blade. The top part of the nail clipper is made of a metal blade while the bottom part is made of plastic.
The orange lever on top of the nail clipper is easy to push down and I like that I don't need much effort to push it. The plastic body is durable since I dropped this a few times already.

The design of the bottom plastic is a bit protruding so I also don't have to worry about cutting my daughters' nails too short.

The Baby Comfy Deluxe Safety Nail Clipper is much safer for young kids' nails because of the single blade. The only thing I noticed was that when I use this, the edges of my daughters' newly clipped nails are rougher so I need to use a nail file to smooth them out.

You can purchase the Baby Comfy Deluxe Safety Nail Clipper HERE.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a sample for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I tried personally and believe will be good for my readers. No other form of compensation was received. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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