Kiya Black Nail Clippers
In the Boy Scouts they told us it was important for young men to keep their fingernails clean and trimmed. It didn't seem like a big deal at the time, but as an adult it's become something I always notice, particularly when nails aren't well-cared for. Thanks, Boy Scouts.
You don't need a resort to a professional manicure to stay on the Scoutmaster's good side. Just good nail clippers and a file. These clippers fit the bill. Much sharper than cheap drugstore clippers and the plastic case catches clippings instead of letting them fall to the floor. The built-in file is also wildly efficient.
PRO TIP: Nail biters - spend five minutes a week on your nails and you'll kick the habit. Always remember to file after clipping.
Kiya is a 217-year old Japanese company with a long tradition making knives. These nail clippers were introduced in 1987 and have been a best-seller since. Made of hardened steel, with a plastic case. 2-1/2" long.