If you live in an area where cold weather is a factor, you’ve probably found yourself wishing for a way to keep your hands warm and still be able to use your touchscreen devices. Today, I was greeted by my mailman with a package that held the solution to that very problem. Say hello to the AglovesÂ Sport touchscreen winter gloves. Envisioned and created by Boulder Colo.-based outdoor enthusiasts with a scientific bend, Agloves are exactly what you’ll need to get you through those wicked cold spells.
For those unaware, silver is the most conductive element on the Periodic Table of Element andÂ AglovesÂ are knittedÂ with silver-nylon thread throughout the glove. ThisÂ unique patent-pending technology make the gloves function just like your bare hand.Â Unlike other touchscreen gloves with fingertip pads that limit usability, the Agloves offer 10-finger, knuckle and palmÂ access to all capacitive touchscreen devices. If it is a part of your body and it is covered by an Aglove, you’ll be able to get a reaction out of your touchscreen device.
Since words wont do this product the justice it deserves, I figured I might as well give a you all look at the Agloves in action so you can see for yourself just how awesome they are. Unfortunately, even video can’t convey how comfortable they are, so you’re just going to have to take my word for it. Have a look below to see the gloves work their magic.
- 10-finger access to any capacitive touchscreen device
- Very accurate, even for quick texters like myself
- The gloves could stand to be a bit warmer, though I’m not sure if that’s possible due to the material used to make them. If the gloves were any bigger, it would surely take away from the amazing accuracy they currently offer.
Want to Buy?
The Agloves touchscreen gloves are available in two sizes: S/M and M/L. If you’d like to pick up a pair of your own, they’ll only run you $23.99 — well worth the price, in my opinion. I’ve added a link at the bottom of this review that will take you over to Amazon if you’d like to buy a pair. For more information, be sure to check outÂ http://www.agloves.com