Emjoi MICRO Pedi Portable Pedicure Device Amazon £11.99 / £15.98 non-Prime
Emjoi MICRO Pedi Portable Pedicure Device Amazon £11.99 / £15.98 non-Prime

Emjoi MICRO Pedi Portable Pedicure Device Amazon £11.99 / £15.98 non-Prime

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Currently £39.99 at Boots and £34.99 at Argos
Smooth your soles with MICRO Pedi
What is MICRO Pedi?
Emjoi MICRO Pedi is a battery operated device which safely removes the roughest of skin in seconds, leaving you with beautiful soft, smooth feet instantly. A beauty essential.

Why use MICRO Pedi?
Most of us don’t look after our feet as much as we should. We walk around the house barefoot, squeeze into our most glamorous, yet uncomfortable shoes and have a pedicure once every leap year. Don’t spend hours scraping and sanding without getting results; try MICRO Pedi and you will be pleasantly surprised at just how great you can make your feet look and feel.

How to use MICRO Pedi
Remove the protective roller cover before use and ensure the roller head is securely inserted into the unit. Turn on the unit by sliding the switch up and gently glide the roller head over hard skin on your feet. Use only on dry skin and do not press too hard or the unit will stop. MICRO Pedi is a safe and effective alternative to metal scrapers, with an ergonomically designed handle for easy grip. Portable and convenient, it is easy to clean under running water (remove roller before putting under water) and battery operated, making it an ideal companion to take on your travels.


1-2 months for delivery:|

Good price I guess, but bought one of these for the wife a year or so back and its useless - anything beyond the lightest of light pressures and it just stops spinning, and if you do press lightly it does pretty much nothing, which you can see by the fact there's hardly anything coming off when you use it.

My wife has this one @ £9.99 currently (was a bit cheaper)


And i've the less female coloured version...


Doesnt stop spinning when pressure is applied and you can get compatible replacement rollers cheaply.

I have one, it's great.

Got one of those last year, it's useless .
It doesn't spin like it should when pressure applied plus in order to use it you would have to have dry cumulated skin on your hills , it won't work on well moisturised feet
It's just a bit of sand paper on the roller basically.

Received it today. Works good on my feet.
Thanks Damage.
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