Agloves Capacitive Touch Screen Gloves
Bitter cold should not keep you from your tweets
- Knit five finger gloves made with conductive fibers
- Made for use with capacitive touchscreen devices
- Works with iPhone, iPod, Android, and iPad.
Capacitive touchscreens are all the rage - between your phone, music player, and data tablet, you are quite familiar with the touchable interface and have even come to rely upon them. They a part of your jukebox, video library, game platform, digital bookshelf... oh, and they can dial your phone as well.
Now that they've made all that wonderful digital distraction portable, you can take it with you into the elements. And, to borrow a phrase, baby it's cold outside! Your poor fingers will freeze into useless meatsticks while you desperately try to tweet how cold it actually is. Sure, you could wear gloves, but then you couldn't tweet, and then where will you be?
Happily, there's a new invention that solves the problem of cold fingers and the inability to make conductive tactile contact with your devices touch screen. Threads that are infused with just enough metal to make contact and yet remain soft and warm. Actual threads of silver are wrapped around nylon fibers which permeate throughout these gloves, making them warm while still allowing electrical contact.
Now you can text with impunity while everybody else either shivers or remains digitally silent.
AGloves are soft and stretchable, so a snug fit is preferable for optimum contact with your touchscreen. To find out your size, wrap a measuring tape around your hand across your palm, just under your knuckles. DONT' INCLUDE YOUR THUMB! Go all the way around.
Now available: New "Sport" version with a thicker and warmer material!
5.5" to 7.0"
7.0 to 7.5"
Medium (if fingers are shorter) or Large (if fingers are longer)
7.5" to 9.0"