Here is the most adorable theft ever. A two-year-old toddler figured out how to use nail clippers to pick the lock on his eight-year-old sister's door so that he could steal a stuffed animal at night. His parents set up a baby camera to see the incredible "crime" go down.
Little else personifies the invention spirit than trying to take a common object—in this case a nail clipper—and attempting to improve it. And even if the Klhip ultimately falls short of being a revolution in keratin grooming, I have to give it points for trying.
Taking the word "ultimate" onto a product lets you raise the price 10-20x over traditional versions, as shown by this Klhip nail clipper that costs $70. Does it really warrant a price tag that high?
Nail trimmers are pretty lame, and usually nothing to be excited about. Usually! But the Khlip is pretty cool! The redesigned clipper applies pressure above its single blade, claiming a smoother cut, and sparing you gross nail trimmings flying around.