Revolutionizing Nail Salons: Bluetooth Innovation in the E-File Sector


Innovation is the lifeblood of any industry, and in the realm of nail care, it’s no different. The introduction of Bluetooth technology has heralded a new era of convenience and efficiency, particularly in the e-file sector. Nail technicians can now experience unprecedented control and ease of use with devices like the KUPA MANIPro Smart Pedal Plus and MANIPro Passport Plus.

Imagine seamlessly adjusting the speed of your e-file without ever interrupting your nail service. Picture being able to change your bit without fumbling with controls or turning off the unit. These once-dreamt scenarios are now a reality, thanks to the integration of Bluetooth technology into nail salon equipment.

The KUPA MANIPro Smart Pedal+ is a game-changer in the industry. This revolutionary device syncs effortlessly with the MANIPro Passport Plus, putting total control of your time and nail service at your fingertips. Gone are the days of cumbersome adjustments and interruptions during nail treatments. With this dynamic duo, nail technicians can streamline their workflow and elevate the salon experience for both themselves and their clients.

I recently provided a comprehensive review of the KUPA MANIPro Smart Pedal Plus and MANIPro Passport Plus in an episode of Hot Products on  In the review, I shed light on the transformative potential of these innovative tools, showcasing how they can forever change the landscape of salon workdays.

Watch the MANIPro Passport+ review

The benefits of Bluetooth-enabled e-file technology extend far beyond mere convenience. By minimizing disruptions and optimizing workflow, nail technicians can enhance their productivity and efficiency. This, in turn, translates to a better experience for clients, who benefit from smoother, more seamless nail services.  For nail technicians saving time in the salon translates to more clients and more revenue.

As the nail industry continues to evolve, it’s clear that innovation will play a pivotal role in shaping its future. With Bluetooth technology leading the way, nail technicians can look forward to a new era of efficiency, convenience, and creativity in their craft. The KUPA MANIPro Smart Pedal Plus and MANIPro Passport Plus are just the beginning, signaling a wave of change that promises to revolutionize salon workdays for years to come.

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Alisha Rimando

Alisha Rimando started her journey in the nail industry working in a salon and soon became an educator. She immediately fell in love with teaching and found herself traveling the world as an educator, competitor and hand model for World Champion, Tom Holcomb. 

Alisha has authored and/or contributed to more than 10 textbooks and supplements for Cengage Learning including Milady Standard Cosmetology and continues this honor year after year. Alisha became a session artist for magazines, designers at NY Fashion Week and was even featured in Jennifer Hudson’s Spotlight video. She also spent 3 years as Training Director at Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spas where she earned her reflexology license and trained over 360 nail technicians in 31 locations across the USA in the art of natural nail care.

Now she brings her experience and passion for the industry to GlossaryLive. is a beauty & nail educational platform where you can feel confident that the information you are receiving is factual, the techniques tried and true, and the instruction… second to none. Learn basic nail applications to master-level nail art techniques from world-famous veteran nail competitors, judges, educators, authors, and industry gurus. At GlossaryLIVE, you can find advice on your business, check up on industry news, find resources, ask questions, and more. The first ever true global NAIL community!

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