What's The Worst Thing About Cutting Your Pet's Nails?
Of Course Accidentally Cutting Through The "Quick" (Blood Vessel) Inside The Claw.
The PETCLIP™ With Light & 5X Magnification Allow You To See Each Nail Extremely Clearly. No More Stress About Cutting Your Pet's Nails!
Now You Can See & Trim Safely!
It is an innovative nail trimmer that is designed to remove pet nails easily and lovingly. It asserts to have a super bright LED light and magnifier that guides users to trim nails gently
PAINLESS: It is the professional way of trimming pet nails without taking a lot of time and hurting them
AVOID THE QUICK :It is designed keeping in mind the delicate internal vein, known as the quick and ensures to avoid hurting it
BRIGHT LED LIGHT: It assures that unlike painful nail trimmers it illuminates the nail and shows the vein under it with its super-bright LED light for precise trimming
5X MAGNIFICATION:The nail system provide an amazing features (5x magnification mirror) to clearly view the area requiring the trim. once it is reviewed.
DIFFERENT LEVEL OF ILLUMINATION: It can also illuminate dark nails! However for dark nails, be sure to look at the dark nail head- on once you see a small dark circle, this is as far as you should go.
NAIL TRAPPER: Another amazing useful feature is its Nail Trapper that traps the nail for easy disposal later
STRONG GRIP & SHARP BLADES: It emphasizes to offer comfortable grip with a Quick Clip feature that trims the nail with its precision-honed razor sharp blades
ERGONOMIC & RUBBER- COATED HANDLES: Lightweight & easy grip non- slip handles for a comfortable grip ensuring a safe nail trimming experience
Trimming your pet's nails can be a very tedious and even a pain. This is especially true when you can't see what you're doing very well. That is why experts and veterinarians have worked together to develop a painless nail trimmer for pets and best of all it includes an LED light bulb so you can keep an eye on what you are doing all the time.
IT CAN ALSO ILLUMINATE BLACK NAILS
For DARK NAILS, be sure to look at the dark nail head-on, once you see a small dark circle, this is as far as you should go.