The other day, I started to wonder what kind of ear pick are Americans using?
The reason why I had this question was because I just started using brand-new ear-pick, which I believed, many Americans have never seen yet.
On the contrary, I've never seen a western ear pick at stores in the United States. The only ear scoop I've seen here is bamboo one made in China.
The followings are what I guessed;
1. Americans don't use ear pick because they don't have earwax.
2. Americans don't use ear pick. They use cotton swab.
3. Americans don't care.
I actually don't care if I had earwax....but my wife and children care! According to them, I have more earwax because I have bigger ears. That's why I have some picks and try to find the best one. Here is my collections.
This is like a drill to make earwax to be broken to pieces.
This is like a glue swab. There are sticky point to stick earwax. The picture shows like... it's for baby but this is very good for adults, too. It costs about $1 at 100 yen shop in Japan.
This electric ear pick is easier to take wax out with light. This was a gift from my wife! $1? I have to ask her.
And this is my brand-new ear-pick! It's actually not a pick but a vacuum to take wax. Good for children and adults, too. It cost about $10 at Yodobashi Camera.