Question: How long is the electric cord?
Answer: It’s about 5 feet.
Question: Is this wireless or battery power?
Answer: Hi, this device need to plug into power and then use, there is no battery in.
Question: Will this remove gel and other nail builders?
Answer: Yes it is very good at removing whatever is on your nails and toenails. Def would recommend.
Question: Does it file cuticles
Answer: It can, you just have to be careful.
Question: Can this drill be used with a rechargeable base?
Answer: No, it can not be used with a rechargeable base.
Question: Do the peices stay in while rotating? My current one the peices fall out while its rotating and makes it impossible to do it.
Answer: I am not sure of the question, but I will answer it in two ways. 1. the attachments that are put into the end of the drill are locked in a vise type lock. 2. If you are talking about the sanding discs, one of the bits is large enough to accept the sanding cups that comes with the nail drill. (Hope this helps)
Question: How to turn on the product ?
Answer: Simple to Operate:
Step 1: Plug in your chosen drill bit.
Step 2: Connect the power cord with nail drill hand piece and the other end with the wall socket.
Step 3: Control the SPEED SWITCH in the middle of the electrical cord to adjust speed.
Notice: Please Long Press the ON/OFF button about 2-3’s to turn on or turn off the product, short press can not turn on the product.
Question: Is this good for filing down toenails with slight fungus?
Answer: It sure is, my husband has slight fungus on 3 of his toes (old basketball player) & it’s great! You should try it.
Question: Is it rechargeable?
Answer: No, it is powered by a long-reaching AC adapter (1.35 meters) that offers more powerful and consistent speed thanbattery-operated units (100-240V AC adapter).
Question: Can you adjust the speed of this?
Answer: Yes it also has an on and off button
Question: Can I install other drills on this machine?
Answer: Yes, only if it is standard 3/32″ bits.
Question: Is this good for acrylic nails? Will it be able to file down after a fill?
Answer: Yes. I use it on my acrylics, for that purpose.
Question: Can someone explain which bits this comes with? I see the pictures, but can’t seem to find a detailed breakdown of the bits. Thank you!
Answer: It comes with all of the bits shown, and various types of sand paper. The ones that are silver have the grit of standard sandpaper. There’s a white soft bit used for smoothing things after sanding.