- These lined leather welding gloves are heat resistant
- Gloves are a lengthy 13-1/2 in long and a must have for any welding project
- They have a gauntlet for added protection against sparks and grindings
- Fully welted seams and lock-stitch construction
- Includes 6 Pairs of gloves
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Lincoln Electric KH641 Leather Welding Gloves, One Size, Grey
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|Brand Name||Lincoln Electric|
|EAN||0725636096165 , 7241870822153 , 7131405345144|
|Item Weight||1.08 pounds|
|Number of Items||1|
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The Lincoln Electric Cloth-Lined Leather Welding Gloves feature a long gauntlet-style design for added protection against sparks and grindings. They are heat resistant and lined for comfort. Also, flame resistant with fully welted seams.
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I had hoped they would be a dream, and for a moment, they were really nice... But then, on my second use (first was just up to 400 as I was seasoning a cast iron pan, second was to 450), I started to feel the heat coming through almost as bad as my beat-to-heck oven mits from Bed Bath & Beyond. The suade material also started to discolor where it'd had contact with the cast iron, going a bit dark and the fibers fusing together. It didn't let enough heat through to cause burns, but I didn't want to spend a lot of time holding the pan to find out. I had about long enough to move the pan from the oven to the stovetop. I did almost get burned removing a metal cookie sheet a second ago. My thumb still smarts.
Since I don't recall seeing any temperature assurance and because these were cheap and work at more reasonable baking temperatures, I'm leaving a three-star review, but TL;DR: if you're looking for something that can handle anything above 400, get something else.
Fingers are TOO tight. can't make a fist.
On a positive note maybe they'll break-in from a lot more use.
Pro: Good heat\ ultraviolet skin protection, Leather Very good & well constructed, A fair price.
Con: limited\lack of finger dexterity.