Are you looking for a simple way to remove a gel polish? Discover the new nail drill from hi hybrid and see how easy it is to do a manicure in virtually all conditions. The compact hi hybrid nail drill is a high-quality device thanks to which you can safely remove a hybrid or gel manicure, carefully work out the cuticles, shorten the extended nails, give them the desired shape and properly prepare the plate for a new mani!
High battery power enables wireless work for up to 8 hours, and the nail drill can be charged using any USB socket. A handy handle, intuitive operation and smooth speed control up to 30,000 per minute on the LCD display make it easy to do an independent manicure. Small, compact size, wireless operation and a convenient belt holder make our nail drill a mobile and allow you to perform a manicure anywhere. Additionally, you can enjoy the comfort of quiet, vibration-free operation. The nail drill is really easy to use which makes it an ideal choice for beginners 😊
Before use, read the instructions for use included in the package.
- easy to use
- perfect for beginners
- up to 8 hours of wireless work
- compact size
- quiet, vibration-free operation
- simple quick-change system for cutters
- high battery power - battery capacity 2000 mAh.
- smooth speed control up to 30,000 for a minute.
- clear LCD display
- powered by any USB socket
- holder for attaching the nail drill to a belt
- effective and modern design
- 1x device power body
- 1x drill head (handle)
- 1x handle for the handpiece
- 1x USB Type-C cable
- 1x user manual
- Dimensions: 147 x 60 x 45 mm
- Net weight: 0.56 kg
- Rotation speed: 30,000 RPM
- Input voltage: 220 VAC
- Output voltage: DC 7.4V, 0.5A
- Power: 12W (max)
Drill Bit replacement instructions:
Turn the cutter locking mechanism to the left so that the arrow coincides with the open padlock symbol (you hear a characteristic click), and then place the drill bit in the head so that the distance between the end of the handle and the beginning of the bit head is approx. 5-10 mm. This distance depends on the length of the handle on which the drill bit is mounted and the individual techniques of the operator.
The drill bit should not protrude too much when placed in the handle, as it may cause vibration of the handle and loud operation of the device. The drill bit should not stick to the very end of the head, because pressing it too hard may damage the head mechanism.
When, after placing the drill bit in the sleeve, you feel resistance (it will be inserted to the very end), it should be moved forward by a few millimeters. After correctly placing the drill bit, turn the drill's locking mechanism to the right so that the arrow coincides with the symbol of a closed padlock (you can hear a characteristic click).