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Ove Glove Right Hand Anti Steam Glove with Red Non-Slip Silicone Grip, Yellow/White
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- Triple layer heat, flame & steam protection
- Five finger flexibility
- Protection up to 540⁰ f
- With non-slip silicone grip. Right hand
- Joseph Enterpries Inc, is the only legal manufacturer and distributor of the trademarked Ove Glove . Our products are only shipped from the USA. We are the exclusive distrbutor of household gloves using Kevlar and Nomex DuPont.
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No More Dropped Pans! No More Burns!
Ever wished you could use all five fingers when removing pans from the oven? Well, now you can with the Ove Glove Hot Surface Handler. Made from Kevlar & Nomex by DuPont, the same material that fire fighter's flame resistant clothing is made from the Ove Glove can withstand temperatures of up to 540 degrees. You can dramatically extend the time you can handle hot objects.
- Superior Heat & Flame Hand Protection
- Flame Retardent
- Five Finger Flexibility
- Non-Slip Grip
- For Left or Right Hand
- Machine Washable
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Caution: Joseph Enterprises, Inc is the ONLY legal, manufacturer and distributor of the trademarked 'Ove' Glove. Our products are only shipped from the USA. We are the exclusive distributor of household Gloves using Kevlar and Nomex Dupont. We are not responsible for counterfeit product bought or sold from other sellers domestically or internationally. Beware of other sellers similar packaging and likeness. We take full responsibility for the quality of our products. The 'Ove' Glove is patented - US Patent No. #D567 454 S and other US and Worldwide patents pending - and is a registered trademark protected by US Trademark Law.
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THIS IS THE SAME REVIEW I WROTE FOR THE LEFT HANDED GLOVE. IT IS BETTER TO COMPARE THEM SIDE BY SIDE LIKE THIS:
OVERVIEW: I ordered both left and right hand ove gloves and they are slightly different. First of all, I have a lot of cast iron pans and having both heat and steam barriers is terrific! 540F degree protection will carry you through all your cooking needs from holding hot fry pan handles to taking hot items out of the oven. The steam protection is a most welcome change and improvement over the former ove glove. When the non-steam glove got wet, the heat passed through to your hand. OUCH. This glove is especially useful when using the grill. The box states that "The outer layer will not melt or catch fire if exposed to open flame, heat or steam". I won't be testing this statement by holding my gloved hand in the fireplace over a burning log or holding hot coals from my grill, but it's nice to hear.
SIZE: The gloves are a little bit big for my "little lady hands" which measure 6 1/2' from my wrist to my middle finger, but they are very comfortable and flexible. I even have about 3" of protection from my wrist down on to my arm. With longer fingers and bigger hands, you will have less, of course. The gloves appear to be "stretchy" and I'm sure all but very giant man hands will be comfortable in these.
DETAILS: The boxes both gloves came in were identical, except for one point which I will detail in the next paragraph. The company listed was Joseph Enterprises Inc. of San Francisco. They listed both a website and a phone number. I like that they are visible and shared their contact information. The box also states that the gloves are made in South Korea. The package insert says to machine wash the gloves regularly to remove possibly flammable grease, and to air dry. It recommends that the gloves be turned inside out so they will dry faster. This seems like a challenge to me.
MATERIALS: The materials used for the gloves are, from the outside to the inside: The exterior layer, listed as the "thermal insulator" is made of Nomex and Kevlar (by Dupont). The one box states that the LEFT HANDED GLOVE is 80% Nomex and 20% Kevlar. The other box states that The RIGHT HANDED GLOVE is 86% Nomex and 14% Kevlar. I don't know why there is a difference, even though it isn't very much. I may call the company just to be a pest and ask! (I'm a retired chemist, I get curious about these kinds of things). The next, middle layer is LATEX. I don't think this would be a problem for latex sensitive people since it is not exposed, but I mention this in case it is. They call this the "steam and moisture barrier". Next, there is a cotton layer which comes in contact with your hand.
MORE DIFFERENCES: The right hand glove has yellow stripes that are less yellow than the left glove, and the tag inside the glove says "Wind of Trade LLC, Henderson NV" on it. The right handed glove weighs 3.90 ounces. The left handed glove has darker yellow stripes, and weighs 4.15 ounces.
QUALITY: I have noticed that on both gloves, the knit outer material is somewhat loosely knitted at the very bottom of the "v" between the fingers, and the blue latex is showing through between every finger and thumb.. I don't think this makes the gloves poor quality, but I do think this is a design/construction flaw. Unless you will be holding hot coals with ashes dropping down between your fingers, you will probably not have any issues with this. Nevertheless, I intend to take a needle and thread and sew these 4 areas on each glove. The finger tips are solidly sewn and the red gripper stripes are well attached to the knit material.
OVER ALL: These are terrific gloves although, in my opinion, considerably overpriced. My , non-steam ove glove is still very usable after many years, and I think these new ones will give me many years of good use as well.