Agloves
From the Agloves website…

Agloves’ silver fibers are not restricted to two or three fingertips. Instead, the silver fibers are knitted into the fabric of the whole glove. This is important because it provides greater surface area for the natural bioelectricity in your hand.  If the tips of your fingertips are not conductive enough due to dryness and cold, the bioelectricity from the palm of your hand flows through the super conductive glove to your fingertips to maintain your connection. Which brings us to another point: You’ve got ten fingers. Shouldn’t you be able to use them all? (Or your knuckles, your palm, or the heel of your hand for that matter?) Agloves’ design gives you full 10-finger functionality to type, tap, scroll, swipe and play. Don’t settle for limitations of a few fingertips.

Use Agloves on your touch screen
I received a pair of small/medium sized Agloves. I have small hands, and these gloves fit me fairly well without stretching. They have quite a bit of stretch to them, and I believe they would fit someone with larger hands as well. I like how they look and feel. They are soft and comfortable, and also fashionable.
I wanted to try them out on a touch screen right away, and they worked very well. I actually think I had better results with the gloves on than I have without them on. I like that they don’t limit you to one or two fingers because I often use my middle finger for selecting, as you can see in the picture below.
Agloves on iphone

I wore these outside tonight during our first big snowstorm of the year, and they kept my hands as warm as any other knit glove would. I don’t know how warm they would be if you were playing in the snow, but if you want to use your touchscreen device, you probably don’t want to play in the snow anyway.

I still had one question about these gloves…why is there a number 47 on the logo? Enquiring minds need to know, so I searched the Agloves website for the answer. I guess if I had been a better science student I may have known the answer. Number 47 on the periodic table is silver, which of course is the conductive element in these gloves.

With so much touch screen technology on the market, these gloves are exactly what those of us living in colder climates needed. Great invention!

Visit http://www.agloves.com/ to learn more about Agloves.

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