Swiss Machines, Made For Manicurists, Highlight New Spilo Offering

 Three new quality manicure machines, professionally made in Switzerland for professional manicurists have been introduced by the Charles G. Spilo Company of Los Angeles.

All three machines feature Swiss craftsmanship “for the manicurist looking for the finest.”

 The Maniquick is the first in the line and is available in either electric or battery, and is compact in size enough to fit either on a manicurists table or on a dressing table in both cases requiring very little room.

The Solis 71 is the second product and features a full array of attachments complete with its own handsome case.

 And the Solis 73 is the firm’s high line machine, developed as a free standing unit with a self-contained storage compartment for all of the standard attachments.


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