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    Default Nail clippers

    I've been cutting nails this evening and think my clippers need replacing as they are quite blunt.

    Could someone recommend some really good ones please

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    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Rosewood-Pr...Bclippers&th=1

    I've been using these for the last year or so. Theo has "personalized" the handles a bit but they work just fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissSherwood89 View Post
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Rosewood-Pr...Bclippers&th=1

    I've been using these for the last year or so. Theo has "personalized" the handles a bit but they work just fine
    Brilliant Thanks very much

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissSherwood89 View Post
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Rosewood-Pr...Bclippers&th=1

    I've been using these for the last year or so. Theo has "personalized" the handles a bit but they work just fine


    We also use these and like them xx

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    I didn't realise they got blunt. I'm still on the 1st pair I ever bought so must be 23 years old I wonder if this is why my girls had pedicures?

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    I didn't realise they got blunt. I'm still on the 1st pair I ever bought so must be 23 years old I wonder if this is why my girls had pedicures?
    I'm still on the ones I got about 8 years or 9years ago, and use them regularly didn't know they went blunt either

    love above how theo has personalised them lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    I didn't realise they got blunt. I'm still on the 1st pair I ever bought so must be 23 years old I wonder if this is why my girls had pedicures?
    hate pedicures, not had! sorry

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    Mine are certainly sort of crushing the nail apart, rather than a quick clean cut. Once the rabbits realise that anything is happening to one of their nails, they try to pull it away, so as speedy as possible is the way to go, I think

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    Yes I didn't realise they went blunt either!

    I have about three pairs, and I suppose I alternate using whichever is to hand at the time.

    A good excuse to buy some new ones and see whether they work better - I shall try the Rosewood ones.
    A good make

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    Just had a play with ours. It didn't do a very good job on mine so I'll get ours some new ones too. Bless my Joey if they have been pulling, I gave him a pedicure Friday night & he was good as gold. The girls said no, escaped , stomped & death stared. I get the stomp & death stare from Mouse if I use my hole punch

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