hi hybrid portable electric nail drill Compact Lite
PORTABLE ELECTRIC NAIL DRILL COMPACT LITE
Looking for an easy way to remove your hybrid nails? Discover the new electric nail drill from hi hybrid and see how easy a manicure can be under practically any conditions. The hi hybrid compact high-quality electric nail drill allows you to safely remove hybrid or gel manicures, carefully work on cuticles, shorten nail extensions, shape them appropriately, and properly prepare the nail plate for that new mani!
The high-powered battery allows cordless work for up to 8 hours, and you can charge the nail drill using any USB port. The handy handle, intuitive operation and smooth speed adjustment up to 30k rpm on the LCD display make it easy for you to do your own manicure. The small, compact size, cordless operation and convenient belt holder keep the nail drill mobile and allow you to perform manicures anywhere. Plus you can enjoy the comfort of the vibration-free, quiet operation. It’s really easy to use, making it the perfect choice for beginners 😊
- easy to use
- ideal for beginners
- up to 8 hours of cordless operation
- compact size
- quiet, vibration-free operation
- quick and easy drill bit replacement system
- high battery power - battery capacity: 2000 mAh.
- smooth speed control up to 30k rpm.
- clear LCD display
- rechargeable by any USB socket
- a holder to carry the electric nail drill on a belt
- impressive and modern design
The kit includes:
- 1x power supply body
- 1x drill head (handle)
- 1x holder for the handle
- 1x type C USB cable
- 1x user manual
- Dimensions: 147 x 60 x 45 mm
- Net weight: 0.56 kg
- Rotational speed: RPM 30,000
- Input voltage: VAC 220
- Output voltage: DC 7.4V, 0.5A
- Power: 12 W (max)
Read the user manual available at the link.Expand
DRILL BIT INSERTION INSTRUCTION
Turn the chuck’s outer ring left so that the arrow lines up with the open lock symbol (until you hear a click), and insert the hi hybrid bit in the handpiece in a way so that the distance between the edge of the handpiece and the lower edge of the bit head is approx. 5–10 mm. This distance depends on the length of the shank of the bit and individual technique and preferences of the operator. After securing it in the handpiece, the bit should not protrude too far, because this may cause the handpiece to vibrate and make excessive noise. The bit should not be placed too deep in the handpiece either, as pushing it too far may damage the handpiece mechanism. If, after you insert the bit in the sleeve, you feel resistance (which indicates that the bit has reached the end of the sleeve), move it back out several millimetres. After inserting the bit in the sleeve, turn the chuck’s outer ring right so that the arrow lines up with the closed lock symbol (until you hear a click).
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