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- This convenient rechargeable drill has a built-in accessory compartment in recharging station
- Cordless for easy use on hands and feet
- Ideal for acrylics, gels, natural nails and pedicures
- Variable speeds
- Light weight
- Accommodates the standard 3/32 shank drill bits
- Keyless chuck makes changing bits a breeze
A professional cordless/rechargeable manicure-pedicure system that smooths rough skin, shapes, buffs and shines the nail.
SuperNail Ultimate Manicure Machine 9 9
Waste of money This machine doesn't have the power to do a hamster's nails. If it meets any pressure or resistance, it stops rotating. I guess you get what you pay for. I should have gone with one of the more expensive units. June 1, 2014
Perfect for home use I started doing my own nails at home (acrylic overlay over natural nail) over a year ago and, until I found this product, I only hand filed. It would take me AGES to finish my nails. Once I discovered this little gem I never looked back. No, it is not as powerful as one of the machines that you'd see in a nail salon but if you keep it properly charged it is plenty powerful for home use. It comes with six different bits for varying types of jobs and includes some sandpaper bands in fine, medium and coarse grit so you have everything you need straight out of the box. People tell me all of the time that my nails are lovely and ask me who does them. :) I really enjoy my time using this machine and doing my own nails. November 12, 2013
Not puppy proof Best drill machine for my personal use! I was horrified to find my puppy chewing on it (my fault though, I didn't return it to the charging station). I had this one for over a year and had no problems until Izzy thought it was a chew bone. Luckily I found another one on sale, got Izzy a box of chew bones and am trying to teach her the difference between the two. Bet I'll remember to return it to the charging station. September 24, 2011
Piece of junk! Don't waste your money! I made the mistake of buying two for the salon. No power, no adjustable speed, no reverse and very little battery life. One of the two units constantly cuts out and both completely stall with the application of VERY little pressure. Do yourself a favor and buy a professional, electric nail file. January 9, 2011
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A:Google 3/32 drill bits, or look for a rotary tool set. These drill bits are standard for any wood worker or nail technician. Do not look for the brand, as you will never find it. These are woodworking polishing drill bits for dremmels and rotary tools.
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