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Smart Touch Gloves for Geeks

Updated on April 10, 2014

Keep your hands warm while you text

Keep your fingers warm or use your phone or tablet? It's a very hard decision faced by most of us each winter's day. Well inventors are geeks too and thankfully they have come up with some very cool ways to keep your fingers warm without having to give up using your devices outdoors.

No more pulling off your gloves in a hurry to answer the phone or swipe to the next page on your kindle, with these gloves life in winter is warm and cosy.

Check out my picks from the huge Buy these Agloves ® Sport Touchscreen Gloves

Different Types of Smart Phone Gloves

Early versions of these were not very warm, not very accurate and certainly not fashionable. Thankfully things have improved and the latest gloves can offer warmth, water resistance and even style!

From designer leather to rugged outdoor designs there is a style and a price to suit everyone. You can buy them made from wool, leather or synthetic that allow you to use all of your devices just like you were using your bare fingers. Cheaper brands generally only include the conductive material in 1-2 fingers and the thumb. If you think you will be using them a lot look for one of the brands with 5 finger connectivity.

Texting and browsing is easy with any of these brands, although some people find they need to change their technique slightly by using the flat part of the finger more rather than the side. If you think this will bother you be sure to choose a pair with a bigger conductive pad.

Black Timberland Men's Smart Style

Black Timberland Men's Smart Style
Black Timberland Men's Smart Style

Unisex

Mujjo Touch Screen Gloves - Conductors for all your fingers

Mujjo's gloves are among my favorite because they feature conductive pads in all fingertips and your palm. The gloves are good quality and feel quite flexible on. They are made of a mix of silver coated nylon and spandex.

Agloves Conductive Smart Gloves for touch screens

Agloves also feature pads in all fingers making them great for use with your iPad. They are fairly thin so great for typing on touch keyboards. They are made in the USA of high quality materials and are the choice of the US Ski Patrol and the US Army. They are made with real silver and have won several awards.

Agloves Unisex Sport Touchscreen Gloves, Black, Small/Medium
Agloves Unisex Sport Touchscreen Gloves, Black, Small/Medium

Available in 2 sizes, small-medium or medium-large

 

GliderGloves Urban gloves

GliderGloves feature silicon dots all over the inside of the hard to provide extra grip. This pair also has 10 finger conductivity. They are suited to cold climates and made from several insulating layers of soft fabric.

Glider Gloves U15-9390M-GREY-M Urban Style Touchscreen Gloves Grey Medium
Glider Gloves U15-9390M-GREY-M Urban Style Touchscreen Gloves Grey Medium

Available in small, medium and large in light grey or black

 

Men's

Timberland men's touch screen gloves

These Timberland gloves are a great choice for men with larger hands. They are made from polyester and can be hand-washed. They are a mid- weight glove that will suit all but extremely cold climates.

Isotoner Men's Smartouch gloves

These gloves feature a non slip palm to help you keep hold of your device, particularly important for using tablets.

Prefer leather and wool?

These gloves are lined with micro-fleece which helps keep your hands at a comfortable temperature.

Grandoe Cire Guide Men's Touchscreen Leather and Wool Gloves (X-Large, Olive)
Grandoe Cire Guide Men's Touchscreen Leather and Wool Gloves (X-Large, Olive)

The back of the hand features wool which helps keep you warm. The palm is made from leather.

 

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Women's

Microfiber touch screen gloves with palm grip - Great for clumsy hands

These gloves are best suited to warmer winters. They are soft and fit most women's hands. They offer extra grip on the palm to help with holding your phone or tablet securely.

Children's

Pink cashmere - Great for older girls and teens

OK so the pink ones are great for girls but these gloves are available in 9 colors including a great rainbow pair so there are some for boys too.

There are pads in 3 finger tips on each hand (thumb, index, and middle finger). They are made from stretchy knit fibre so will fit most sized hands.

How to make you own - Prefer to do it yourself

If you are a crafty type you can actually make your own touch screen gloves. These videos will show you how.

Make your own gloves clever - Do it yourself smart gloves kit

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    • mechanicaleye profile image

      Mech 

      5 years ago from Bosnia and Herzegvina

      Oh my! I need this in my life.... like now. Today I thought I'd lose half of my fingers. I could really use these in general. Excellent gift idea!

    • Gypzeerose profile image

      Rose Jones 

      5 years ago

      These would really help - anything to keep your hands healthy. I imagine these would work well on the computer as well - that is where I need protection.

    • SusanDeppner profile image

      Susan Deppner 

      5 years ago from Arkansas USA

      Ooh, I'd love a pair of smart touch screen gloves! What a wonderful gift idea! (Fabulous lens!)

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      anonymous 

      5 years ago

      What will they think of next? I want these gloves. When they become a bit more stylish maybe?

    • CoolKarma profile image

      CoolKarma 

      5 years ago

      Tropical QLD, not quite the place for smart touch gloves, but they do look good.

    • Bill Armstrong profile image

      Bill Armstrong 

      5 years ago from Valencia, California

      If I was back in Scotland for sure, but in California not needed

    • ismeedee profile image

      ismeedee 

      5 years ago

      I don't think I'm a geek, maybe I am? But I do need a pair of these!

    • mrkensworld profile image

      mrkensworld 

      5 years ago

      Fantastic Paula, one of our businesses requires me to be out and about in the cold. All the data is with a touch screec phone. Perfect thanks!

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