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Dynarex 2523 Nitrile Exam Gloves, Large, Black (Pack of 1000)
- The ideal solution for individuals sensitive to natural rubber latex and donning powder
- Contains no allergy causing natural rubber proteins
- Extraordinary strength and puncture resistance while maintaining tactile sensitivity
- Commonly used by law enforcement professionals
- 1 box contains 100 ambidextrous gloves
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Size: 1000 Large Gloves
Top Customer Reviews
The latest version of these gloves (mostly tan box) are MUCH thinner, only last a fraction of the time that the other gloves did, are about 1 size smaller than before, and no longer stretch to fit your hand comfortably. These gloves are now too small for me (my size is/was large), they're uncomfortable to wear (older version stretched to fit your hand perfectly), and tear with the slightest snag.
I've compared the old gloves to the new ones by putting them side by side and holding them up to a light. After doing so I'd estimate that the new gloves allow 75% more light through than the older version of the gloves. That's ridiculous! This alone clearly illustrates how the manufacturer has greatly decreased the mil (thickness) of the gloves in the newest version of the product, probably just to save a couple bucks. Shame on you Dynarex!
In the form of star ratings, I'd give the old version 5 stars [*****], and the new version one star [*].
They are "not" heavy duty; do tend to puncture, split at the finger tips and etc., fairly easy under heavy use and not very resistant/durable while using chemicals (brake clean, brake fluid, carb cleaner, etc.)
One question I have noticed is what is the thickness of these gloves?
I cannot find anywhere on the box what the thickness is, and these are definitely not 6mil, probably more like 4mil or less. (see photo, top shows the SAS 6mil, bottom shows these gloves)
I already have some 6mil black nitrile gloves(SAS Safety) I use for working on cars, motorcycles, tractors, etc. and ordered these as a replacement.
Amazon sells the SAS Safety 66517 Raven Powder-Free Disposable Black Nitrile 6 Mil Gloves as well for almost twice the price of these, but if you work with alot of chemicals(ie. automotive cleaning agents) like to re-use your gloves alot, or take them on and off, as well as work in areas where snagging occurs I recommend going with the SAS instead.
One good thing I can say about them is they seem to provide a little more dexterity over the 6mil, but than again I could just be overly optimistic and looking for something better to say about them.
If you are looking for cheap gloves you just toss out quickly, or if you are very careful can last you reasonably well, and just need them occasionally these will work fine.
As someone who worked as a mechanic at dealerships I can say these would definitely not be my choice of gloves working on cars for a living unless they were about $5 out the door total for a box.
But if you are not using gloves and need something besides bare hands, after years of gas and chemicals on my hands as well as scrubbing with Zep and other grit based mechanic soaps, due to not using gloves for long periods of time, these are way better than bare hands and will save your hands and knuckles.
I will be returning these and wait to see if i reorder if i can get lucky..wish me luck.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great elasticity without losing the perfect fit for the size also the thickness is wonderful protection and I really like these glovesPublished 6 days ago by Erick Stone
Great gloves. I used to be a EMT but I actually use these to BBQ. Definitely recommend these.Published 8 days ago by Robert R.
Good gloves, the majority of jobs gloves hold up, cleaning around the house. I have used outside for yard work and they tear easily.Published 8 days ago by michelle
these gloves are great! I got these gloves for a cat dissection, and they are the perfect size for me. I also love the size of the wrist covering! Read morePublished 14 days ago by Emma
Almost worthless. They break very easily and are much too thin for any work. If I was only wearing them to keep my hands moisturized at night they would be fine. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Phil Raskin