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**REVIEW** Rechargeable Foot File & Callus Remover


I just got to try out this little life-saver here...

Now, I talk about my feet so much because they are the least favorite part of my body. I used to have beautiful feet: nice arches, soft, smooth heels and lovely nails. My feet were made for sandals. At one time.

About 13 years ago, I took on an extra job that was part-time perfect. It was just for the Christmas season, paid great money, and the hours fit with my full-time job. The best thing about it (other than the extra money) was that it was like getting paid to work out and stay fit. The worst thing about it was something I discovered on about the 3rd day: it was ruining my feet. Standing and walking on a concrete floor for around 9 to 10 hours each night was just brutal. I worked the job past the initial 1-month casual/temp contract and lasted around 4 months.

Was the job worth it? In the short term, it was. I paid up and saved up and our family had some extra financial breathing room for about a year. The damage to my feet has lasted longer. When my arches dropped, I started developing calluses and corns. ~sigh~

Anyway. That's the story of my feet.... This is the story about this product:

Let me go over what I really like so much about this:
simple & effective right out of the box
  1. No tricky set-up. Can use right out of the box, even if it's not fully charged, because...
  2. ... You can use it while it's charging. 
  3. Uses a grinder head instead of blades. (I do not like blades!)
  4. The grinder head (2 are included) is effective but gentle on even the less callused areas.
  5. Very easy to use. No learning curve.
  6. Does a great job without me having to exert a lot of pressure.
  7. Doesn't jam up like some other similar products.
This works better than I expected. I was probably surprised because I once used a similar product that was really quite useless.

On the technical side, this callus remover spins 360 degrees at the rate of 40 turns per second. 

This callus remover comes with a light that is built in. I really didn't need the light, but it's nice that it's there. I did use the included cleaning brush quite a bit. It's just a small brush with soft bristles that I used to clean out all that icky dead skin from around the grinder and off my feet as I worked.

The product comes with information for registering the product for a Limited Lifetime Warranty on the machine, not the roller. 

Once again, I was more than surprised by the ease of use and effectiveness of this product. I'm glad I got to try it and I will be buying one to give out as a gift for someone who has an upcoming birthday :-)


DISCLOSURE: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

My reviews will also any negative feedback that I have regarding a product.


  1. Replies
    1. @kelly Clarkson - this worked really well for a long time. In the past couple of months, though, I find that I have to leave it plugged in to use it. No longer holds a charge well, but that could be because of user mistreatment so I won't knock the product. It still does a great job when I use it.


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