New Patented Single-Blade Technology
This Oma is great at changing the newborn’s diaper and can easily sooth him when he is fussy. However, I have always dreaded the task of clipping the infant’s fingernails. The BabyComfyNail, Safety Nail Clipper, has made this chore stress-free.
Oma loves how the single-blade technology prevents you from accidentally cutting your baby’s skin! The bottom ledge gently pushes the baby’s skin back so that only the nail is trimmed; perfect for your squirmy little guy.
Tip: Attach a lanyard to keep the clipper within reach when you need it. This product is BPA and Phthalate-Free.
NEW PATENTED SINGLE-BLADE TECHNOLOGY is a reinvention of the baby safety nail clipper. Baby Comfy Nail is designed to hold the fingertip skin back so that only the nail gets cut. The bottom ledge projects 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.
About the Product
- PATENTED SINGLE-BLADE TECHNOLOGY won't cut baby's skin; This is the first nail clipper designed to prevent baby's skin from getting cut; Unique nail clipper design. A reinvention of the baby nail clipper;
- THE BOTTOM SMOOTH LEDGE holds baby's fingertip skin safely back so only the nail gets cut, not the skin;
- PROTECTS FROM CUTTING TOO CLOSELY TO THE SENSITIVE NAIL BED; The bottom ledge extends out slightly so you can't cut too closely to the sensitive nail bed; Trim Tearlessly;
- LARGER THAN STANDARD CLIPPERS BY DESIGN so it's easier to hold and operate;
- DURABLE SMOOTH BOTTOM LEDGE lasts for thousands of cuts.
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