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Electric Fingernail Nail Clipper for People with Neurological & Cognitive Challenges

Putting the “assist” in assistive device

Lil Nipper is a revolutionary product that makes the task of clipping fingernails easier for those with conditions like Stroke, ALS, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, brain tumors, Epilepsy, Cerebral Palsy, and more.

Our product is designed to help you live a fuller, more enriching life. We offer you a high-quality, trustworthy, and safe solution that will help give you independence and confidence.

Customer Reviews

Daniel
Verified Lil Nipper OwnerVerified Lil Nipper Owner
5/5

Love this little guy! Best nail clipper I have ever had. I'm 77 years old and have had a bunch of them. Well worth the money.

1 month ago
Skylar B.
Verified Lil Nipper OwnerVerified Lil Nipper Owner
5/5

We really enjoy this thing! My husband wanted to buy this and the child one and they both are amazing, do much better than I was expecting 💓

3 months ago
Steve Turska
Verified Lil Nipper OwnerVerified Lil Nipper Owner
5/5

Works great some people say it’s loud but I don’t think so
Not as loud as electric shaver and does a great job on my dads nails

5 months ago
Amber
Verified Lil Nipper OwnerVerified Lil Nipper Owner
3/5

Good for on the go. Just need a water bottle on hand.

6 months ago
Amber
Verified Lil Nipper OwnerVerified Lil Nipper Owner
4/5

It works nice. It does the job.

6 months ago
Owen Huw Foster Roberts
Verified Lil Nipper OwnerVerified Lil Nipper Owner
5/5

I have MS and hand dexterity/clawing – and I finally managed to cut my own nails after several years having to ask for help/someone else to do it. Thank you!

7 months ago

Total independence

Meet Cooper (living with cerebral palsy):

“So lots of therapy. Small muscles are still hard. So controlling his hands to clip nails can be hard for him. He usually hurts himself by cutting his finger. The other thing he did was bite them off hurting his skin because of the way he would rip the nails off. The third thing was I would try and help, and he would resist me, even at 17 years old,” says his mother, Maria.

“When Cooper tried the automatic fingernail clipper, he inserted his nails into the nail slot and trimmed his fingernails without recognizing much had really taken place. When he saw the drawer full of nail clippings his face lit up in surprise because it didn’t hurt!”

Senior female clipping her nails with Lil Nipper

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