Tag Archive for Gloves

Totes Mens SmarTouch Gloves Review


Another new review by me..

Link:  http://mobilitydigest.com/totes-mens-smartouch-gloves-review/

Quote:  "I guess it all depends where you are in the world or country right now, but I know here in Pittsburgh it’s been cold, very cold, down way below zero some days and you need gloves and everything else to keep you warm. We live in a connected society where we always use our smartphones even outside in the cold and regular gloves just don’t work with a touchscreen as I’m sure you know. I’ve got several pairs of specialized gloves for touchscreens, they feature special threads in the tips of the fingers to make them capacitive and work with touchscreens. I like all of them but they all have one problem, they’re not very warm, sure they work but they’re just too thin to be warm on very cold days, but I found a pair that is nice and thick from GearZap. Today for review I have the men’s SmarTouch gloves from Totes or Isotoner and they’re inexpensive but best of all and most importantly I think is that they’re warm. So Read on… "




Mobility Digest Review: Universal 3-Finger Touch Screen Winter Gloves


I posted another review over on Mobility Digest last night…


Quote: "this is another product from Deal Extreme actually and that means it’s inexpensive. The product is officially called the  Universal 3-Finger Touch Screen Winter Gloves for iPhone / iPad + More, but you can use them with any capacitive touch screen devices. It’s winter time and gloves are a must have but using them with your touch screen can be difficult so many companies have recently come out with compatible gloves and these are a varying degrees of quality I’ve found. As of now I have four pairs of these, I can never have too many gloves as I always leave the house without them or find myself forgetting them somewhere or other. These gloves only cost $3.60 and I have to admit they are decent, and they work very well at keeping your hands warm and letting you use your devices while wearing them. "


The North Face Etip Gloves Review


Review Link: http://www.dragonsteelmods.com/the-north-face-etip-gloves-review/

Review Snipit:
"So I woke up this morning to a temperature of 27F, that’s a little cold, I consider when it’s below freezing to be rather cold and I think most people do as well. The cold weather means gloves, but the problem with gloves is you can’t use your phone with them on so you have to choose between warm hands or using your phone. Lately though many companies have been coming out with specialty gloves that work with capacitive touch screen devices and most I’ve seen are no-name brands and they’re a knit type glove. Knit gloves are nice but they’re not what I would call really warm, they’re knit so they have holes all over them, that’s just the way knit works and they don’t exactly keep the wind out. The North Face is fairly popular company when it comes to warm weather gear and they’ve recently introduced their own line of gloves that work with capacitive devices called Etip and that’s what I have for review today. The Etip gloves are not knit style, these are fleece and keep the wind out much better, thus keeping your hands nice and warm. The gloves have special capacitive tips on two of the fingers of each hand that let you use your touch screen devices without removing your gloves. "

NewerTech NuTouch Gloves Review


Link: http://blog.testfreaks.com/review/review-of-newertech-nutouch-gloves/

"Brr, it’s cold outside! At least here it is, right now it’s 18 degrees in Fahrenheit anyway. To me that’s cold and I don’t like the cold. One of the must have things about cold weather is gloves, but pretty much all gloves are not exactly compatible with our touchscreen devices so using them in the cold weather poses a problem. The trend lately is fixing that problem with gloves that can be used with touchscreens. Today I’ve got a quick review of what I think is a must have accessory if you live in a cold climate. They’re called NuTouch and they’re from NewerTech and they feature a special conductive fiber that’s woven into the fingertips that makes them usable with capacitive devices like phones and tablets. "