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Saga
5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Comparison between Harperton, Seki and Green Bell clippers
2019年7月23日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Comparison between Harperton, Seki and Green Bell clippers
2019年7月22日 在美国审核
My favorite clippers, alas, fell into a black hole. We launched a clipper hunt around the house and found an appallingly large number of clippers – but I liked none of the ten or so pairs we discovered, none of which were the lost favorites.
So I embarked on a quest for new pair. I chose three that were either recommended or were closely related to those recommended by reputable review sites:
The Harperton Nail Clipper Set (this has both toe and finger nail clippers)
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00TKS5Y3Q/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
The Seki SS-107 Toenail Clipper and… https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B000F37UNM/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
TheGreen Bell G-1205 Nail Clipper.
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B0716XRCYN/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Bottom line: The Green Bell G-1205 was my favorite. It was as well constructed and as sharp as any other offering, but I also felt I had the most control with it. Even though it is quite large, the ergonomic construction makes it useful for almost any hand size.
Best value-for-money: You get two clippers in the Harperton set for slightly more than the Seki and slightly less than the Green Bell. The Harperton will be good enough for most people.
Best for small hands or children: Harperton gives you two sizes to choose from and they both have a smaller radius of curvature than the other two. That said, I have no problem using a wider radius on my pinky finger; my limiting factor is always the widest nails, not the narrowest. I’ll be keeping this set for the smaller folks in the household but I probably won’t use it much myself.
Best for wide nails: Green Bell G-1205. The Seki SS-107 was close, but the greater control given by the ergonomic design of the Green Bell made the difference here.
Best for thick nails: Green Bell G-1205. The Green Bell and Seki SS-107 open about the same height as each other and both have a slightly bigger “mouth” than the Harperton. The greater control given by the ergonomic design of the Green Bell made the difference here.
Best for weak hands: Both the Seki and Green Bell require much less pressure than any other clipper I’ve ever used.
Sharpest: The Green Bell G-1205 and Seki SS-107 subjectively felt equally sharp to me. That said, the Harperton was sufficient for the job. Unless you have weak hands, it isn’t a deal breaker.
Largest Radius of Curvature: A visual inspection (i.e, this is not a scientifically calibrated measurement, folks) has the radius, from smallest to largest: Harperton, Seki, then Green Bell. The Seki and Green Bell are very close, though. So close that another member of my household reversed the two in that ranking. (Yeah, well, that’s the problem with subjective measures.)
Best file: The placement (it is the groove along the top of the lever) and length (almost 1 ¾ inch) of the Green Bell makes this file easier to use. This is also a softer file than many clippers have, and is thus less likely to leave microfissures in your nail. The Harperton’s file is under the lever so you have to open it up and hold it quite awkwardly at the very end of the lever to keep it stable. It is very rough and is less than an inch long – on the big clippers. The Seki SS-107 has no file at all. That said… does anyone actually use the files on their clipper?
Detailed review
My stress test for clippers is my big toe. It is wide enough that it is really hard to clip my big toe’s nail without getting a heart-shaped V somewhere along the middle with most clippers. (Probably all those clippers we found were the leavings from the last time I had to buy clippers.) This is compounded by the fact that my big toe also seems to get rather thick. (Though I have no idea how mine compares to someone with, say, diabetes.) So I personally need a clipper that can handle the wide width and thickness of my big toes. Almost any clipper can handle the rest of my nails. (I had been using the same pair of toenail clippers on both my toes and my fingers for years, though.)
Thus I prefer a larger radius of curvature than even most toenail clippers have, which is one reason I was neurotically possessive of the pair I had to replace. I could find almost no information on this particular point for any reviews of clippers on this point.
I initially ordered just the Seki Edge SS-107 and the Harperton Nail Clipper set. (The Seki SS-106 is Wirecutter’s runner-up pick, but I ordered the toenail version.)
The Seki Edge SS-107 is quite sharp and well constructed. But I felt like I had a little less control with them than I would prefer with something that sharp. There are two possible reasons for this. The first is that the radius of curvature was slightly tight and thus it was more awkward. If that was the problem, it wasn’t as obvious as it was with the Harperton and I suspect it was within an acceptable enough range that I would probably get used to it. The second, more likely, possibility is the thumb placement – it naturally falls into just one location and I prefer my thumb a bit closer to the front than this allows. You can place it past that groove, but your thumb slides more if you don’t hook it into that depression. Whatever it was, using them was awkward enough that I went looking to see if the Green Bell clippers had become affordable yet. It is possible that the SS-106, though larger than typical fingernail clippers, will be preferable in this regard to the SS-107. Both of these might be issues that would resolve themselves after I had more time getting used to the clippers. However, I didn’t feel like I needed to adjust nearly so much when I picked up the Green Bell.
The Harperton Nail Clipper set comes with both a larger and small pair. They take a bit more pressure to cut through a nail, but they still cut well and are fine clippers. I never used the small clippers that came with this set, but I presume they are comparable to the large. The radius of curvature for this was, unfortunately, smaller than I prefer. But I’ll keep these in my drawer for the next time someone wants to borrow my clippers. I concur with others who say they are still better than your typical drugstore pair. But they aren’t as sharp as either the Seki or the Green Bell. The Harperton’s has the same sort of thumb groove as the Seki, but the distance from the cutting edges to the thumb is shorter on these (and even shorter on the fingernail clipper on that set) so it will be more comfortable if you prefer your leverage to be closer to the cutting edges. Although the thumb groove is more comfortably placed, it isn’t comfortable to get closer than that – the file is on the inside of the lever and it would be uncomfortably rough on your fingerpad when clipping.
After getting these first two and trying them out, I didn’t quite love either pair. So I decided to look again. Wirecutter’s top pick is the G-1008. When I ordered the first time, Green Bell was phasing out the G-1008 for the updated G-1205, so neither was easy to find at a decent price. When I looked again, that had fortunately improved, though the G-1205 is still the most expensive (but now it is by a couple of bucks, not twice as much.)
The Green Bell G-1205 is definitely my favorite pick of the three. Subjectively, both the Green Bell and the Seki feel equally sharp, requiring very little pressure to cut through the nail. They are about the same size, the Green Bell may actually be slightly larger. But I felt like I had the most control and the most comfortable grip with the Green Bell. And while I’m not sure about radius of the Seki, I don’t wonder at all if it is too small with the Green Bell, which is the biggest win in their favor. Although large, the Green Bell is the most ergonomically designed and I would expect it to be comfortable in most adult sized hands (unless you have very small hands.)
As I said, I prefer the larger sizes, I find them easier to handle. If you don’t, the Harperton are probably the better choice, or possibly they SS-106 (though reviewers there say they are also larger than typical finger nail clippers.) Personally, I can’t see any advantage to something smaller, these are very ergonomically designed.
So these are now the pair no one else in my home is going to be allowed to touch. (I made an exception to that rule for my last favorite pair, which is when they disappeared.) The good news is I like these much more than the lost favorite, so maybe the person who lost those did me a favor in the end.

I’ve included some photos for comparison. Unfortunately, rotating them didn’t “stick” when uploading to Amazon. They are all in the same order, with the largest being the Green Bell G-1205, followed by Seki SS-107 and then the Harperton Toenail and finally the Harperton fingernail is the smallest in the images.
I’ve also posted this same review for all three products.
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Felecia Smith
5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Is there a luxury line of nail clippers? If so, this is it
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Quil 1964
4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Advertised as 5.12 inches long-NOPE
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5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Epic Revamp of Classic.
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5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Nice pin and post hinge with sharp blades
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