Agloves Sport Touchscreen Gloves, iPhone Gloves, Texting Gloves
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- 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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Agloves ® Sport are soft, warm, stretchy and slightly fuzzy knitted gloves made a bit thicker than the original Agloves for added warmth. Agloves are the top-rated touchscreen glove for precision and accuracy. These gloves look great on. No funky fingertip designs. A snug-fitted cuff seals the wind out, while the silver nylon traps heat in. Agloves Sport are available in two unisex sizes S/M or M/L. Agloves are made with REAL silver, the most conductive element in the Periodic Table of Elements. Color is black with silver flecks to produce a charcoal grey coloring. Hand washable in cool water. Made primarily with acrylic, these gloves are breathable and help draw moisture away from the body. Agloves Sport are compatible with all capacitive touch screen devices including (but not limited to!) phones, cameras, multimedia devices, game systems, depth finders, bike computers like: iPhone, Droid X, Samsung, Tom-Tom GPS system, Nook, ATM, iPad, iPod Touch, MP3 player, Palm Pre, Blackberry Storm, Zune HD, Flip HD and other cameras, and many more.Made in China with: 68% Acrylic, 15% silver yarn, 12% spandex, 5% rubber thread
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Top customer reviews
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 gave these a high rating because they serve the purpose I have them, but my overview is don't plan on keeping your fingers warm for very long and be wary of possible texting inconsistency.
I would buy again.
I originally had intended to get the regular versions, but when I heard the Sport versions were slightly warmer, I decided to go with those instead.
Nevertheless, they're not that warm. They're about the same thickness as the dollar gloves you can find at Walgreen's or Walmart. What makes them more appealing is the obvious fact that you can use them with capacitive touchscreens. For that, they work just fine.
Because they're almost the same as the cheaper gloves you can find, however, the fabric does loosen up over time, so sometimes you have to push a bit harder when wearing them. They're not that warm, but better than going bare-handed, especially for me since my knuckles dry and crack easily in the cold.
In my pair, there's a weird stitching right on the tips of the thumbs, so that sometimes gets in the way when I'm trying to use the gloves for more precise gestures. If these don't last in the long run, I may get some that have the capacitive technology only in the fingertips. I thought I'd want the whole glove to be able to use on my touchscreens, hence why I ordered the Agloves, but honestly I find I'm using the thumbs and index fingers primarily when I'm out in the wild.
However, they function perfectly: they are thin enough to go under an another pair of gloves, they provide enough warmth alone for the mildly cold days I often go walking in, and phone responsiveness is the best I've seen: the entire glove appears to be conductive which is great for texting or changing my music when out walking.
I would consider buying again despite the less than awesome look because most other gloves I've tried at the store either felt bad on the fingers where they sewed on the touch screen part, or was too thick and awkward on the phone