Testing Program

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Hi MelodySusie fans:

We’re back with our testing program. This time around, we’re asking you to try out our all-new rechargeable nail drill: Scamander.

We list some key features here:

  1. Smart LCD screen: It will show the RPM and the electricity.
  2. Rechargeable: Long last operation + quick 2.5 hours full charge
  3. Variable Speed Control: Max 30000 RPM
  4. Six interchangeable bits included in the package.

It got a lot of attention since we released it online. So now we would like to invite you to join our testing program.

We’ll choose the 3 most stellar applicants to participate in this round of Testing Program.

Good luck!

Rules:

  1. How to Enter: Leave a comment below: What do you care most about an E-file(Nail Drill) RPM? Price? Brand? Fittings?......  (You need to submit your comment with your email and name)
  2. Application Time: May 27 – May 31, 2019
  3. Announcement: We’ll choose 3 testers through upcoming blog article of winner announcement and email you to get the shipping information.
  4. Eligibility for Application:18+, US only.
  5. Review Requirements: You need to send us a link with your review within 2 weeks once you have received the product. If you haven’t sent a link after two weeks you will not be allowed to enter any future testing programs.
  6. How to Share: You can share the review on your own Social Media (Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Blogs, etc.).
  7. MelodySusie reserves the right of final explanation.

 

     

     

    Something Else You May Interest:

    How To Do The Perfect Manicure At Home

    Buying Guide to UV and LED Nail Lamp

    How to pick a good electric nail drill 

    40 comments

    • Posted on by Cassandra Shoemaker

      Hello MelodySusie team, there is a few things that I look for in a efile.
      Quality is one, the rpm, tourk,heat,vibration, how heavy the hand piece is, and lastly but not least the price is a big one for me as a mother of 3 I don’t normally spend money on myself and on the very rare occasions that I do I seriously do not want to spend a lot and it just be a waste.

    • Posted on by Angela

      I have carpal tunnel syndrome from being a medical transcriptionist for 15 years. I have been interested in trying out a rechargeable drill so I won’t be tethered to a cord, making it hard to get into a comfortable position to work. Sometimes my drill vibrates too much as well, which further aggravates my wrist pain.

    • Posted on by Connie garcia

      I don’t have the money to buy a better drill the wecheer I currently use does go forward & reverse which is badly needed when cleaning up the cuticle.

    • Posted on by Barbara McGlamary (nailpins)

      What I look for in a drill is if it performs well with low vibration and nose precision. I like a rechargeable and portable drill to support a broad range of quicker services around the shop.

    • Posted on by Sarah Carlson

      In an efile I look for weight/size/comfort of hand piece, RPM, torque, vibration. I’ve been doing nails for 7 years, I work full time. I use both a corded and cordless drill for different services. I’m always willing to pay for quality.

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