The maker of the legendary PedEgg is introducing another innovation in home pedicure systems. The revolutionary Pedi Pistol is the newest way to get an affordable salon-quality pedicure at home.
Perfect for people who have trouble reaching their feet – pregnant women, people with bad backs – the Pedi Pistol has a long arm so you can reach toes and heels without bending or straining. It comes with five precision crafted heads, each designed for specific functions. The Diamond Cone files and shapes thick toenails; the Shaping Cone smoothes uneven surfaces to relieve shoe pressure; the Emory Head removes tough calluses and rough skin; the Felt Cone buffs and shines nails; and the Satin Bristle Brush provides the finishing touch by removing nail dust and applying oils and cuticle cream.
Pedi Pistol is available online at www.pedipistol.com and exclusively at leading retailers including Walgreens, Wal-Mart, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Target and CVS. Other electric pedicure tools can cost more than $200, but the battery operated Pedi Pistol has a suggested retail price of $19.99.
TELEBrands Corp., headquartered in Fairfield, New Jersey, was founded in 1983 by entrepreneur A.J. Khubani. Since its inception, the company has brought fun and useful inventions to consumers worldwide and has launched more products through direct response television than any other company in history. TELEBrands products such as the PedEgg, PediPaws, Westinghouse® StickUp Bulb and the GoDuster are sold through television advertising, the Internet and in retail stores in over 100 countries around the world. For more information visit www.telebrands.com