Texting Gloves Product Review

Posted: March 30, 2015 in Random
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Hey guys!

Have any of you used texting gloves? I had heard of them previously and was interested in trying them. This year however, Utah received very little snow, so there wasn’t much  need for gloves at all. However, I recently had the opportunity to get some and try them. If your interested in what I have to say look for my review after the product info.


Headline:

Texting Gloves for Smartphone & Touchscreen: Premium Quality Materials, Ultra-Soft Brushed Interior For Comfort & Warmth. Smart Touch-nology in Fingertips Allow Fun, Safe Texting & Smart/iPhone Use Outdoors. Unique 100% Winter-Smart ‘Wear-antee’!

Description:

These premium Smart Gloves utilize our most recent “Touch-nology” to keep your fingers cozy, comfortable, and doing all the things warm fingers do best, like:

*texting in the nippy air on your Smartphone
*using a find-my-car app in a freezing parking lot
*placing phone calls during snowball fights with no interruption
*snapping that perfect wintry shot on your iPhone


iGotTech’s #1 Best Gloves are made with attention to detail of premium materials for comfort & durability. Enjoy a full Season or more of warm-fingered texting bliss with every pair.

Waranty:
If our #1 Best Gloves construction quality, or anything about our product is not up to par: WE WANT TO KNOW. Our Top Priority is your satisfaction, and stand behind our premium products. If you’re not satisfied for any reason, return your purchase for a 100% refund, no questions asked. You literally RISK NOTHING trying this Premium Product Today.

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Review:

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(Me checking out the gloves)

I suppose I will start with the

pros.

As you can see 3 of the fingers are grey. Those 3 fingers are what you can use to swipe and text everything you do on your phone. Except of course the fingerprint login.

The first thing I noticed were that they were surprisingly warm. Of course we haven’t had many cold days here in Utah this year and the above(pictured) day was a warmish day. So I can not say for sure if they would be preferable in blizzard temps like the east coast had this year.

As you can probably see from the pictures they are not bulky. Which, is nice because your hand movements aren’t restricted.

cons:

Something I wasn’t too thrilled with was that they feel cheap. However, to be fair they do cost less than 10.00(currently 8.97).

I have had mine around a month and only really used them about 10 minutes. Matthew also tried them out in this time frame, and noticed that they already had a hole in them. I am not sure if I received them this way or if I had somehow managed to get a hole in it, while sitting down testing them.

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