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AnyGlove (TM) Turns Almost Any Fleece, Fabric or Synthetic Leather Gloves Into Touchscreen Compatible Gloves, iPhone Gloves, Texting Gloves, iPad Gloves
|Price:||$19.95 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- A 15ml bottle of AnyGlove contains 550 drops, enough to treat about 5 pairs of gloves. AnyGlove is used by consumers, industry and military in over 25 countries.
- Fast, safe and easy to use. Make YOUR gloves touchscreen friendly in just minutes.
- Approved for use by US Department of Defense/Special Ops for US Armed Forces combat gloves.
- AnyGlove For Leather formula *(Green label): specially formulated to provide functionality to leather, waterproof and insulated gloves.
- Disclaimers: Certain types of screen protectors and waterproof cases will block touchscreen glove technology, including AnyGlove. Anyglove is noticeable after application on light colored gloves, similar to store bought gloves with patches or conductive threads.
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* edit 8/16/13 I noticed a few people mention screensavers. I just wanted to point out I have a MiniGuard High Definition Screen Protector on a Samsung Galaxy Note with Alpinestars SMX-2 Air Carbon Gloves. I also noticed people say Any Glove was overpriced. 2 pairs of Astars and 1 pair of Segura gloves cost well over $200. Lets just say I had to reapply it every month (which I wont) a $20 bottle would last over a year. That is well worth the investment so I can wear my favorite gloves again.I would gladly put my treated gloves in a head to head test with my Icon pursuit touchscreen gloves.*
Thicker gloves do need a couple of applications, but it only takes about five or six drops for each digit. I only did the thumb and forefinger on each hand - plenty to work with for just opening my running app and music. It's an almost black liquid when you apply it, but dries to a shade of grey - darker or lighter depending on the color of the gloves.
I've treated three pairs of gloves - one very thin acrylic, one medium weight fleece, and one pair of very heavy fleece. The thin gloves needed the least amount to be effective, the medium pair needed two applications and the very heave fleece needed three good soakings, but they work great now. Definitely easier than trying to sew, and I didn't have to go out and find more gloves.
The instructions say for best results to apply it, let it soak in or rub it in and let it air dry. No time for that, so I decided hit it with a hair dryer (one of the options in the instructions). I have absolutely no idea what this stuff is, or what's in it, but it works great! And yes, I did put it on my newer gloves and it works great on those too. This gets a five star in my book. After several days on on both pairs, still working fine, no complaints.
The gloves I tried are as follows:
1) Hatch Nomex Flight Glove (leather on grips)
2) Nike Fleece Running Gloves
3) Bec-Tech Breathable-Windproof fleece gloves
4) Under Armour Running Gloves (Cloth glove with rubberized grip on inside but it still worked well)
5) UnderArmour Wide Receiver Gloves
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It works but it does not last that long, after a few days, maybe at best a week, you need to re-apply the product. Followed instructions.Published 2 months ago by Hugues Laliberte
I did have to apply three separate times on two pairs of velvet winter gloves to get it to work, even with blow-drying each time, however I won't be wearing them as often as I... Read morePublished 4 months ago by jerie
For the most part this stuff didn't work well for me. Applied it to my pig leather driving gloves so I could manipulate my iPhone on my motorcycle. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Gus Thomasson
I followed the instructions and I let it set overnight. The goves are not touch screen compatible. Maybe this stuff only works on thin gloves or specific type of fabric, in which... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Daniel Espinal
This stuff works well. It will eventually wear off (especially if you wash your gloves) but even with an occasional wash an application typically lasts me an entire winter on a... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tyler
Snow destroys the contacts.
I applied this to knit gloves, and it worked fine for two days. Read more
worked for 2 days. used half the bottle on 2 fingers because there leather gloves. both from the inside and the outside... multi coats and let dry after each coat.Published 6 months ago by sam
It works very well on my fire retardant gloves. I soaked the tip of the pointer finger and tested it out the next day after it dried. Read morePublished 7 months ago by bgcam
I have Dupuytrens. I purchased heated glove liners to use when my hands hurt, but they did not work on my trackpad on my laptop. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Cindy Anderson