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Halyard Health Nitrile Powder Free Exam Gloves, Disposable, Purple

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801 customer reviews

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Product Specifications
Brand Name Halyard Health
Color Purple
Material Type Nitrile
UNSPSC Code 46181504

Kimberly-Clark purple nitrile exam gloves are manufactured from 100% synthetic nitrile. These nit... Read full product description


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Product Features

  • Latex-free for individuals with latex allergies, and powder-free for preventing powder-related complications
  • Ambidextrous for versatile use
  • Beaded cuff for drip protection, increased glove strength, and ease of donning
  • Textured fingertips for grip and tactile sensitivity

Product Details

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  • ASIN: B010LHPQGO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (801 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Kimberly-Clark purple nitrile exam gloves are manufactured from 100% synthetic nitrile. These nitrile exam gloves protect workers from a broad range of chemicals and are inherently static dissipative. Gloves are powder-free and meet or exceed ASTM D 6319 standard (AQL-1.5). Gloves also meet FDA requirement for Class I medical device handling. Powder-free nitrile gloves contain no natural latex proteins and have very low levels of chemical allergens. Gloves feature textured fingertips for an enhanced wet or dry grip and provide superior tactile sensitivity. The unique purple color of these nitrile gloves distinguishes them from latex and other types of synthetic gloves.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

122 of 123 people found the following review helpful By Directed Energy on March 30, 2010
Size: MediumUnit Count: 100 Verified Purchase
I've been using "Kimberly-Clark Professional 55082 Med Purple 100/pk Safeskin Nitrile Exam Glv" for many years and have found this product to be very good and consistent in quality. Unlike some brands, with Kimberly Clark, I experience almost zero product defects with these "Made in Thailand" (see photo) gloves.

I use these Nitrile (see photo) gloves in areas ranging from optical fabrication areas to high energy laser labs and go through as many as 20 pairs in a week and I can't remember the last time a pair ripped and tore on me as I was putting them on.

The Kimberly Clark gloves are slightly more thick than a competing brand's blue Nitrile gloves that I also use. Because of that, I experience a tad less tactile sensation with my finger. The extra thickness does let me get a bit more rough with the gloves as these gloves tend not to tear in the palms when torquing down on an Allen head (hex) screw with a ball driver or rip open at the finger tips when tightening an 8-32 or 1/4-20 cap screw with your fingers.

Because these gloves are powder free (see photo) and generally non out gassing, I can use these gloves in strict environmentally controlled areas such as in a level 100 or class 6 cleanroom that is ESD compliant. Being latex free (see photo), the gloves are hypoallergenic and more people friendly.

I recommend this product.

Item was promptly shipped by Emergency Disaster Systems, Inc.
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67 of 68 people found the following review helpful By JD on February 3, 2010
Size: LargeUnit Count: 100 Verified Purchase
So, although these gloves are marketed to those in the medical field, I purchased them for general mechanic work.

I must say, I am nothing but impressed with them so far. The textured fingertips and the thickness of the gloves make them durable and easy to use. The quality of these is much higher than the blue nitrile gloves I was buying from the local 'Made in China' tool chain store. My previous brand was thin, and would constantly rip as I did my work - but today I made it through a whole day on the same pair of gloves. Definitely a step up - I'll be keeping these stocked on my shelf.
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47 of 48 people found the following review helpful By M.Stephens CRTT, COLT on April 17, 2008
Size: SmallUnit Count: 100 Verified Purchase
In my job in a doctors office I need disposable exam gloves that fit comfortably and enable me to actually feel what I need to, like when I draw blood to be sure I'm aiming at the right spot. These gloves are not irritating to my skin and don't have any powder in them.
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By M. Mar on April 3, 2009
Size: MediumUnit Count: 100 Verified Purchase
Emergency Management and Life Safety is part of my job. I have purchased a lot of gloves in the past and I found that these are the best. They even have a slight texture on the finger tips to aid with griping items. The sizing seems to run true to its form which is very helpful. These are the only gloves I will use now.
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Debby Ann on August 9, 2012
Size: SmallUnit Count: 100 Verified Purchase
These gloves are fantastic and amazingly sturdy. I've been wearing one pair for kitchen chores for 2 weeks now. I pull them on and off several times a day.

I wasn't sure whether to buy the small or extra small, so I called the customer service number from the Kimberly-Clark website. (I went through several toll-free numbers to get the right service person for my needs.) Anyway, I got a super guy who emailed me a glove sizing chart.

Wouldn't you know I was right in-between sizes? I emailed him back and he told me they run a little large so he'd recommend the extra small. He was right!

I was in a hurry, so got both and find both useful. The nice snug extra smalls are perfect for fine work where I don't want any loose finger tips...the smalls are great for everything else.

If you're unsure about what size to get I highly recommend you call and get the chart. They're wonderful gloves and you CAN get the proper fit. :)

I've been asked to post the proper number to call for the glove info. Here it is: 1 - 888 - 346 - 4652. I hope Amazon allows it, because it really was hard to get the right one.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Stephen R. Finney VINE VOICE on September 7, 2008
Size: MediumUnit Count: 100 Verified Purchase
Kimberly Clark Nitrile gloves protect your hands well, while performing dirty jobs. They hold up better than latex surgical gloves, and better that some other Nitrile gloves as well. These gloves will also give you good tactile sense if you use the correct size. That can be very important if you are performing a job which requires manipulation of small objects. I've been using these gloves for almost 6 years, and wouldn't use anything else given a choice.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Robinson on May 26, 2013
Size: MediumUnit Count: 100 Verified Purchase
Now with alot of medical gloves you get white power in your hands, the gloves rip and break, and they aren't good at keeping bodily fluids out. If you want a GOOD, and semi think glove that is REALLY hard to break, get these.

Otherwise stick with those thin sky blue or light pink nursing gloves.

A real FIELD glove needs to be think and not break when you're doing CPR while going 85 down the highway with lights and sirens.

THis glove meets the requirement.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Lori L. Graham on November 14, 2005
Size: SmallUnit Count: 100
I work in a lab, where gloves are of course required; I am allergic to latex (even through glove liners,my skin breaks out) so I have to wear nitrile, which I still have issues with but work fine if I wear them with cotton glove liners (nylon [which is the usual material for liners] makes me break out too). All of this kind of narrows my options, but what has made it worse is that I seem to have short fingers-- every brand I've tried (i.e.every brand our supply guy can get) the fingers hang off the end of my fingers. This makes it really hard to do fine work, like controlling a pipette. But the Safeskin gloves not only fit better than anything else, they also are much more durable. Not only do I have to tug on them quite vigorously to get them on over my glove liners (I've ripped maybe a couple of Safeskin gloves out of the two-hundred or so pairs I've gone through while putting them on;maybe one out of every ten to twenty pair rips with other brands) but I handle slides and glass test plates with non-bevelled edges which can potentially slice my hands, and only rarely do the Safeskins tear. For someone like me who basically lives in gloves 40+ hours a week, these gloves ROCK. Plus they're purple-- my favorite color (PURELY a coincidence)!
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