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G & F 1689L Heat Resistant Glove Commercial Grade, Large

by G & F

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  • Same material used by fire fighters
  • Maintains integrity and strength at high temperatures
  • Thermal regulating
  • Ambidextrous, fits right or left hand
  • Soft and pliable for easy grasp
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Product Information

Size Name: Large
Technical Details
Part Number 1689L
Item Weight4 ounces
Product Dimensions11 x 5 x 0.7 inches
OriginChina
Item model number1689L
SizeLarge
ColorWhite
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB003BR1U80
Best Sellers Rank #23,232 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMarch 10, 2010
  
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Product Description

Size Name: Large

From the Manufacturer

This flame resistant oven glove(Commercial Grade) is flexible, provides all fingers grip, can withstand extreme heat and even an occasional flame. Perfect for indoor/outdoor use, for the oven, grill, stovetop, barbecue. Made of Aramid on the exterior and a double knit cotton on the interior, this mitt fits like a glove. Do not use wet as water would transmit heat to the inside of the glove. Aramid is a man made textile with amazing heat protection characteristics. It is used by race car drivers, astronauts, fire fighters as well as jet fighter pilots whose survival depends not only on skills, but also proper equipment. Although aramid could burn when a flame is held up to it, the glove will stop burning as soon as the heat source is removed, which illustrate its flame resistant property. Aramid arranged in a thick woven structure is also a poor conductor of heat, which makes it the perfect oven glove material. Machine washable, dry flat, do not bleach.

Product Description

This flame resistant oven glove is flexible, provides all fingers grip, can withstand extreme heat and even an occasional flame. Perfect for indoor/outdoor use, for the oven, grill, stovetop, barbecue. Made of Aramid on the exterior and a double knit cotton on the interior, this mitt fits like a glove. Do not use wet as water would transmit heat to the inside of the glove. Aramid is a man made textile with amazing heat protection characteristics. It is used by race car drivers, astronauts, fire fighters as well as jet fighter pilots whose survival depends not only on skills, but also proper equipment. Although aramid could burn when a flame is held up to it, the glove will stop burning as soon as the heat source is removed, which illustrate its flame resistant property. Aramid arranged in a thick woven structure is also a poor conductor of heat, which makes it the perfect oven glove material. Machine washable, dry flat, do not bleach.

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Customer Reviews

Protects from heat from pot handles, pans from ovens, etc.
Amazon Buyer
Since its a once size fits all glove it fits a bit large, other then that I have no complaints.
Henry
Easy to grip with and comfortable protection for your hands.
D. A. Blair

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

39 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Harrison on April 19, 2012
Size Name: Large Verified Purchase
I have an Ove Glove (the original, not the steam one or anything like that) that was given to me as a gift a few years ago. I was looking for a second one but was thinking there was a lot of marketing behind the Ove Glove and could find something as good, but cheaper. I based my decision heavily on the reviews of this glove. I was wrong.

Upon arrival I was first disappointed that this glove has no hook so it can't be hung like my Ove Glove. At half the price I can deal with that. I'll just sew on a hook or make due. I was making a hot dish from the oven using glass that requires two hands to pull out. I decided it was time for a test, Ove Glove on my right hand and this glove on my left hand. Holding the dish in both hands, I could feel the heat starting to increase in both gloves. However after about 10-15 seconds, the heat from this glove (my left hand) became so intense I couldn't hold on any longer. I let go of my left hand and continued to hold with my right (Ove Glove). I figured I'd only have a few seconds left before the Ove Glove became too hot and this new glove would only be marginally inferior. Well I was able to hold on with my right hand about another 15-20 seconds easily. I could feel the heat increasing on my right hand but never to the point where I felt like I should let go. I ended up putting the dish down because I was tired of holding it with one hand, rather than it being too hot.

With all said above I think I'm going to return this glove and spend the extra 8 bucks for an Ove Glove. Will this glove work? Yes. If you've never had an Ove Glove before you'll probably think it's incredible. But after my side by side comparison I'd rather have an equal glove that I know can perform equally.

For what it's worth, this glove is manufactured in China whereas my Ove Glove is made in South Korea.
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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By G. Possert on January 2, 2011
Size Name: Large Verified Purchase
These "hot" gloves fit like most regular gloves, and there-in lies the rub. One would not grab a hot oven dish with regular, snowball throwing gloves, and that's what it felt like. But with some "build-up", from warm to hotter plates, my wife worked up to a confidence level where she now prefers these Oven Gloves. They are not as bulky as classic mitts. They work fine, but are kinda thin, so you wouldn't want to just hold a 400 degree dish while watching the end of NCIS. You can take it out of the oven and move it to the counter without problem.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By S. Hamilton on August 26, 2011
Size Name: Large Verified Purchase
I'd tried virtually every sort of potholder, oven mitt, etc. but no matter what I tried I'd always ended up with random singes on the tops of my hands from oven racks, burnt thumbs from the hole to supposedly hang up my bulky silicone potholders and as I've gotten older and cook with a lot of heavy cookware I've worried about having a good grip on these pots when I'm trying to lift them in and out of the oven or on and off the stove. So I was looking for something that would let me use my hands normally, be flexible and provide protection.

These gloves are perfect. I just love them...they slip on easily (no fumbling), cover your hands completely (no more burning the tops of my hands when reaching between oven racks), and they are really flexible so I can get a good grip when lifting heavy casserole, roasting pans and dutch ovens out of the oven or turning breads, pizza, muffins, cookies, etc. half way through baking to ensure even cooking, pull oven racks in and out, and flipping kebab skewers on the grill easily. I love that unlike bulky mitts or stiff silicone potholders you get an independent all finger dexterous grip...like having burn-proof hands and they are truly flame resistant unlike those bulky old mitts and potholders.

Each glove is sold separately (one to a package) since at my age strength was an issue and I have two hands I bought two of these great gloves (sort of pricy but definitely worth it). No worries about left or right as the glove works on either hand.

There is one caveat while they can virtually give you protection against any item heated up to 450 degrees and flame flare-ups the gloves must be kept DRY...no plunging them into boiling cauldrons as hot liquids would penetrate the mesh fiber of the gloves so I'll repeat the manufacturer's warning "Do not use wet as water would transmit heat to the inside of the glove".
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Patrice Bonnefoi on February 7, 2011
Size Name: Large
My mom gave me 2 of these gloves for Christmas. I have to admit that I was a little skeptical at first as the gloves seem to be very thin. I am used to my cumbersome but protective mitts when I barbecue, so far they've done the trick, but it is very difficult to properly manipulate all of the barbecue tools with a mitt.
The gloves allow very easy handling of forks, flat spatulas, tongs and brushes. Oiling the meat with a brush is no challenge with these gloves on, no chance of dropping anything.
From a heat protection stand point, my first fears were quickly gone when I tried to slide one of the bbq grids, after it was lit for 15 minutes. The metal was certainly very hot, but the glove had more than enough insulation to let me do the job without taking the heat. It feels weird at first as you barely can feel the glove on your skin, but the protection is there.
In addition to resistance to burn, the very thick cotton mesh liner seem to make the glove resistant to cuts as well. In fact I am now slicing the meat with the gloves on, which saved some skin already.
The light color is nice but they can become dirty quickly. I brushed off most of the residues after it dried, but eventually I will have to wash the gloves. The good news is that unlike flame retardants, these can be washed without losing their properties.
Hands down, my number one pick hand saver all around the kitchen.
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