We usually do just our nails at home, maybe once in a couple of weeks, while professional use means that you will be working with it almost every day with clients. May be taking off their acrylic nails and so on.
So as a non-professional nail technician, how should we choose the right nail machine, RHJC, from the identity of a professional nail machine factory to give you the following 7 points of advice.
1. The first and the most important thing is power.
Unfortunately, manufacturers do not mention it on the device, so you must look for the technicalspecifications. So this number should be at least 30 watts when it's slower. For example, this one has great reviews on Amazon, but it's only 20 watts, so you cannot comfortably take off acrylic nails. It's not powerful enough, while all the rest we have here have at least 30 watts. Power is different from the rotation speed because it's the kind of power you have in your car, so the more powerful it is, the more product it will be easier to remove another thing.
2. Max speed at least 30,000rpm
Most nail technicians seek speed, but it matters less than power. Let me explain; for professional use, you need to have at least 30,000 rotations per minute speed, and all of these nail drills still have the speed, and this one maximum is 40,000 rotationsper minute, but if there's not enough power at 30,000 RPM will not feel the same. For example, in this one, because the power is different, just look for those with at least 30,000 patients per minute because if the maximum speed is like 15, it will not be enough.
3. The handpiece rotates at least in two direction
The next one is forward in Reverse mode, so whether you're right or left-handed, you will still need this handpiece to rotate at least in two directions, which are clockwise and counterclockwise so forward and reverse. The note is the one that switches between them for electric file manicures or sometimes for removal products; sometimes, when you need to work on yourself, it's comfortable to switch to the opposite direction. So make sure that the electric nail file you're shopping for has at least forward and reverse mode
4. Lightweight handpiece
The next one is the handpiece. There are different colors, sizes and styles of the handpiece, and it's a matter of personal preference. For example, I think that is better if you have a lightweight handpiece because if it's heavy, you will just get too tired after the whole day of work. Your whistle might hurt if you're just getting started, and you will take some super lightweight handpiece it might be a bit challenging for you to feel how it works and gives enough pressure. I prefer very lightweight handpieces, but you just need to try and feel and choose what you like the most.
5. The cord of the handpiece is better in straight
Besides handpieces, they all have a cord, and usually, it's like this: it's curved or sometimes just straight, and my personal preference is when it's straight, and here's why when it's curved. When you're working just doing something, it always happens that you know it just messes up around your bottles and the dust gets stuck between those, and it's really hard to clean this one. So that's why I prefer this trade fun, but in general, it's not a big deal. The most important thing you must look for is the power and court. It's more like of personal taste preference.
6. The nail drill handpiece can fit all your nail drill bits
Last but not least is the tender 3/32 inches bead size. I believe most professional nail drills and even non-professional ones have this size, but you need to make sure that all of the nail beads you will be using will fit it. So always check it before purchasing your electric nail file drill
Another aspect that does not matter to me much, but it may if you're looking for some A certain style for your salon is the appearance is the style of how it looks. Some of them have a futuristic style like this one(图片), and by the way, I have a review on this one. Some of them are small. This is the one by exclusive nail couture; it is super lightweight and is just perfect for traveling, by the way. It's still quite powerful. Some of them have, you know, just a regular design, but they're still powerful and good, so you just need to look at what works for you and which one you like the most. But I keep my electric nail file in the drawer so nobody can see how it looks, so it doesn't matter to me much. (放上集中图片)
7. Choose one brushless nail drill if you can afford
If you have higher expectations for nail art, choose a brushless nail drill. After thousands of tests by many brands, the results show that brushless nail drills have a better experience and service life. Users will clearly feel that brushless nail drills have less heat and lower noise compared to traditional brushed nail drills. The characteristics of low vibration are that its service life is 10 times that of a brushed nail drill, reaching an astonishing 10,000 hours.
Now let's review what you need to look for when shopping for a professional electric nail file and the most important thing
-Power should be at least 30 Watts, usually between 30 and 60 Watts. Then, you need to look for this speed should be at least the maximum speed of 30,000 rotations per minute. -it should have forward and reverse modes. The handpiece -should be comfortable, lightweight and just feel good when you're working with that -one the court can be any that you like, but I prefer the straight ones, and the slide should have a standard 3/32 size bit -Choose the nail drill in brushless micromotor as you can
So, these are the things you need to look for when shopping for electric nail files. I can include the list with some names that work for these specifications. All you need to do is to be registered and nails pro-Kadima com if you're not yet, and you can download this list for free under this video.
Thank you so much for reading the article; please let me know what kind of nail drill you are using currently and whether you are happy with this one; I use the one called RHJC prime 1210d. This is the best nail drill from the manufacturer RHJC. Its maximum speed it is 35,000 rotational per minute, and its power is 65 watts. It's pretty cool. It's portable and has a brushless micromotor. It's a very lightweight handpiece and doesn't heat; easy for you to travel or start the manicure job anywhere, anytime