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Anti-flying / Nail clipper

Anti-flying

The structure of a common nail clipper make trimmed nails fly toward unpredictable ways concurrently with being cut.
As a result, you should gather cut nails one by one with your hands and then throw them into a wastebasket.
This nail clipper, however, prevents nails from flying by both sides' completely being blocked at the same time as nails' being cut.
Nails fly into a lower part synchronously with being cut. After trimming your nails, you can just twist toward open the lower part out of the body. Therefore, you can clean up easily.

University

Mokwon University

Mokwon University
Daejeon, South Korea

Design

Mokwon University

Mokwon University
Industrial Design
Daejeon, South Korea