Clipperpro Rotary Nail Clipper


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Put your best hand forward with a rotary nail clipper designed by a surgeon to work and feel better, particularly for those with dexterity issues. The sturdy, ergonomic grip fits in your palm, so you squeeze your hand to clip instead of pinching your fingertips. The super-sharp stainless steel blade makes precision cuts and can rotate 180 degrees to eliminate awkward angling and help you get the job done in one go.

  • Materials: Handles: Zinc die cast; Blades: Surgical grade 420 stainless steel
  • Care: Wipe clean with a damp cloth, as needed
  • Instructions: Hold in the palm of your hand rather than your fingertips, this allows for a better grip and more control. To ensure the blade will not swivel while clipping, twist the blade 90° to the left side of the clipper to clip your nails on your left hand. Simply rotate the blade 180° to the other side to repeat the process on the opposite hand or foot
  • Swiveling blades rotate 180° allowing you to comfortably clip your nails at any angle
  • Features ergonomic die cast zinc handle
  • Great for those with joint pain or dexterity challenges
  • Surgical grade 420 stainless steel ensures a clean and precise clip
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 5" x 0.8" x 1.9"
  • Weight: 0.3 lb


Rotate & Clip

AZURRO Maker and orthopedic surgeon Dr. Mark McBride had the same hang-ups with nail clippers as many other folks—namely awkward angles, uncomfortable pinching action, and flimsy construction. When Mark looked to invest in the best clippers he could find to eliminate these aggravations, he discovered the best clippers didn’t exist yet. It was up to him to make them.

Mark teamed up with some fellow surgeons to engineer these rotary nail clippers. They applied their hands-on experience with surgical tools to make their sturdy clippers have a more ergonomic design that rests in the palm of your hand—a particularly good fit for those with dexterity issues. No pinching motion with your fingers needed here, just a squeeze of your hand triggers the super-sharp stainless blade. That blade can rotate 180 degrees to sidestep the weird hand positioning that can lead to cramps, aches, and (ouch) miss-cuts. The blade leaves a clean cut and is so sharp you might only need one go to get the job done.