Agloves ® Sport Touchscreen Gloves, iPhone Gloves, Texting Gloves
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- 68% Acrylic, 15% Metal Fiber, 12% Spandex, 5% Rubber
- Work brilliantly on smartphones, tablets and more
- America's top-rated glove for accuracy and precision
- Provide ten-finger functionality
- Award winning (patent-pending) design
- Comfortable fit
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Doing some research, I originally wanted the Isotoner SmarTouch gloves but nobody (local or online) had them in stock. I based my preference on a Macworld article (dated January 2011) of four touchscreen gloves tested on the iPad and iPhone. The Isotoners got the best review and compared to the Aglove, they performed "better" simply because they actually kept your hands warm. The Agloves, per the review, were too thin to keep your hands warm in colder weather.
It's important to note that when the Macworld review was published, there was only 1 Aglove. To date, there are actuall three types of Agloves. The original Aglove was the first and the one that was reviewed by Macworld. The Aglove Bamboo (a real thin glove made of natural materials) and the Aglove Sport (the product I'm writing about) are the two newest ones. The Aglove Sport is similar to the regular Aglove, but created a little thicker (I would assume because consumers complained about the lack of cold protection) and contains a ribbing near the wrist portion of the glove to stay secure on your hands. Because of the extra thickness, I felt that these gloves would be more ideal for my mother-in-law in Kentucky.
Although these are for my fiance's mom, I did test them out and inspected them because of the other bad reviews on Amazon.Read more ›
These gloves are nice and lightweight, but warm for the winter. With the mild winter we've been having, I haven't been able to take these out for a proper test drive yet but I like the feel of these gloves and I think they will be perfect for winter. The color is a dark gray which I feel look good with all color coats, not just black coats.
I tried them out with my cell phone and iPod. Both responded as if I wasn't wearing gloves. Can I just say that I really love that I now have gloves that I don't have to take off to answer my phone? Because that's awesome! I did use a seam ripper to take the tags off because they were a little itchy. It's only a few stitches, and I wasn't worried that I might ruin the gloves in the process. Aside from the itchy tag (which I removed), I think they're perfect.
I bought these because once I got a pair during a trip to Netherlands; the quality of those was superior, but sadly I lost them. This pair of gloves in particular was just a waste of money.
They also fit me perfectly. I had no problems using them with either my LG Nexus 4, iPhone 4, or Lumia 920. (Yeah, I own all three - my Nexus is mine, the Lumia is work provided, and the iPhone has no service and only used in my car.) I was in love with these things...until I took them off.
OK, I am not that hairy a guy, but these gloves snag the hair off my arms. It's sort of annoying, but whatever, it isn't that bad. Also, my Mazda RX-8 has a leather steering wheel, and is one of the more harder steering cars on the street. The gloves are pretty slippery, so you have to make sure you have a firm grip on your wheel. Owners of BMW's may have a really hard time with these gloves on...lol. I love cars with tough steering, and these gloves make it a challenge to drive. Again - who cares? It's still not that big a deal.
WHAT IS A BIG DEAL - is three days after purchasing these gloves, fibers are hanging from everywhere, the tips feel like they are going to fall apart, and I can feel wind passing through them. What a crock. I have bought some cheap gloves at a "99 cent and up" store for $2.99 and they lasted longer than these.
Save your money - these gloves are absolutely not worth it unless you plan to wear them, not use your hands for anything, and take them off right away.
I wish I could send them back, but there is no way that Amazon would believe that these were damaged from normal use. I'll probably end up throwing them out in another 2 weeks or so.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this twice. My co-worker took them and never returned (lol) and so I got a replacement pair. So helpful in cold winters, but definitely not for warmth. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anne
These are my favorite winter gloves ever!!! Unfortunately I lose them a lot, but they are really warm without being bulky and fuzzy (which I don't like) and the fact that you can... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mamazon
Does not work as well as I thought it would on my iPhone or any of my touch screen devices. I would not buy this again.Published 2 months ago by Lupita
They work after you use them a couple of times first and get used to how they are to be used. Good investment. They are long onto the wrist which is nice. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Carlos Santana