- Product Dimensions: 6 x 16.4 x 20.2 cm ; 322 g
- 4 A batteries required.
- Item model number: ASA-142
- ASIN: B00LE99PA2
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 29 April 2015
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Amope AmopÃ© Pedi Perfect Electronic Pedicure Foot File
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- Amopé Pedi Perfect Foot File - Electronic Pedicure Tool - Regular Coarse, Blue (Also Available in Pink Extra Coarse)
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When you open the package, just peel apart the plastic from the top and sides, it unsnaps pretty easily. Be sure to remove the clear plastic cap that goes over the roller head. It's easy to overlook and accidentally throw away. Take care not to tear the cardboard insert - that's your instruction manual. You may need a magnifying glass to read it though, the font is probably about a size 2 - no kidding! Read it though, or at least skim through it. Cleaning instructions are simple- the unit is NOT WATERPROOF. Remove the roller by pressing on the blue button with the arrow, pull the roller out and rinse it under warm running water. Dry with a cloth towel before replacing re-using it. Simply wipe the rest of the unit with a damp cloth.
One thing to be aware of is the fine dust created when using this tool. I sat outside on my deck to do it, and I recommend using it outdoors if it's possible, otherwise, you wind up with a coating of powdery white dust / dead skin flakes all over the place.
The handle is comfortable and easy to grip. My hands are on the smaller side, and I found it quite comfortable to work with. The rolling head spins pretty fast, and it's a very course surface, making it highly effective when used properly. As long as you make contact with the callus, it's working to remove it. Pressing harder against it does nothing to increase the effectiveness, in fact it slows down the roller and, as mentioned before, will cause it to stop spinning altogether. When using, it's best not to keep the roller on one spot for more than a few seconds: keep moving it around so you don't wind up burning (heat from friction) and damaging the soft skin under the calluses. You may not feel it burning while it's happening, but it will feel sore later on. Rub your feet with some good quality foot lotion afterwards. You're going to love your feet!
I can't say I made the best decision as I didn't also purchase the knockoffs for comparison purposes. I can say this product has been fantastic. The batteries have held up well so far. The regular coarse roller it came with is perfect for me. This is sort of a Three Bears proposition when using it. You can't use too much pressure and you can't use too little pressure. It has to be just right, somewhere in the middle of the porridge being too hot and too cold. Once you figure out what works for you, it really does a great job.
Went overboard the first time using and decided I would shave corn/callus from the sides of my big toes in one go. Uh, don't do that. It really hurts once you realize you took off a few layers of skin. Best to do it incrementally over time. It did a great job, though, when all was said and done. I can see using this for years.