As Seen On TV: The Personal Pedi Max TV Commercial!

The Product: Personal Pedi Max

The Promoter: Laurent

The Promise: “The quick & easy way to remove hard, ugly calluses!”

The Total Price: $19.95 + $6.95 s/h ($26.90)

Personal Pedi Max Product Information

The Personal Pedi Max is essentially a hand held electric callus remover designed for men. The Personal Pedi Max works by grinding and buffing away those unsightly calluses with both a mineral head and a buffing head. The Personal Pedi Max is improved over previous versions as it now has 2 separate speed settings for more torque and is even water proof!

This Personal Pedi Max As Seen On TV commercial features some humorous bits such as the main actor’s head being placed on a spa ladies body and a testimonial by a guy that could almost pass as a poor man’s James Gandolfini look alike!


What are YOUR thoughts about Personal Pedi Max? Is this something that Nick and I should review? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

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8 comments on “As Seen On TV: The Personal Pedi Max TV Commercial!
  1. Yana And Ilona says:

    1:20 who does there feet like that

  2. RoseWasCute says:

    0:09 omg because going to the beauty salon would destroy his masculinity! you are so right!! imagine being surrounded by all those women.

  3. Black Mesa says:

    Mmm, Pepsi Max.

  4. knocknockify says:

    0:24 lol grated foot cheese

  5. annajbananas says:

    Were did they find all these people with busted feet????? ????????????????

  6. draconian dignitary says:

    0:09 they fucking photoshopped his face onto one of the ladies’ i’m so done

  7. Glitchy_The_Ghost says:

    1:09 How is that embarrassing? Who is going to directly stare right into the bottom of your feet just to inspect if there’s a little dried skin?!

  8. Crabby Darth says:

    why does the plumber talk like mario

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