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NuTouch Gloves Review

/ Feb 2nd, 2013 No Comments

NuTouch Gloves

NuTouch Gloves

NuTouch Gloves

Even if you live in sunny Southern California, the nights and winters can get cold enough to justify wearing gloves to keep hands nice and warm. The problem for many smartphone consumers is that using these gloves then requires to forgo using your smartphone, or, taking the gloves off and exposing hands to the cold in order to interact with your device. Enter the NuTouch Gloves, a low-cost solution for those people looking to wear gloves that don’t require removal in order to interact with smartphones.

The NuTouch Gloves are a cold-weather solution that allows consumers to use their touchscreen devices, such as smartphones and tablet devices, while the gloves are still on. This solves a huge gap in interacting with these devices because outdated, non-techie gloves do not support the ability to use these devices, forcing users to either not interact with their beloved tech, or take off their gloves with their teeth while carefully balancing themselves and braving the cold.

On the Newer Technology website the NuTouch Gloves retail for $19, but can be found on MacSales.com for just $9, representing an absolute bargain if consumers are in the market for some new gloves and want the amazingly convenient perk of being able to interact with touchscreen devices while being worn. The gloves come in various sizes for people of all shapes, fitting extremely comfortably on hands. They come in one color, a handsome charcoal that will match just about any outfit you could wear them with, and look nice whether they are worn by men or women.

Interacting with an iPhone and iPad (4th generation) yielded expected results. Hands were kept warm, people were looking fashionable and touching the iPhone and iPad worked as if no gloves were on at all. Alternatively, the NuTouch Gloves were tested as liners, being worn over heaver cold-weather gloves and worked all the same.

Given the extremely low price of the NuTouch Gloves and the high amount of comfort and convenience they offer, they represent a tremendous value to gamers and everyday techies alike. They make for a great gift, for a friend or for yourself. Overall, the NuTouch Gloves are a must-have fashion accessory for any techie.

NUTOUCH GLOVES REVIEW

Gaming Illustrated RATING

Overall91%

VALUE9

If you shop around you can find these for just $9, which is a total bargain. While other lesser attractive gloves can be found cheaper, these are a great deal.

PERFORMANCE9.5

Worked as advertised.

COMFORT9

These gloves are very comfortable and will keep your hands warm. They can also be worn on top of heavier gloves.

Niloufar Gibson

Niloufar Gibson

Contributor at Gaming Illustrated
Niloufar Gibson is part of the GI news team and has been associated with the site for a number of years. She primarily covers consumer electronics and mobile devices and also handles much of the social media duties for Gaming Illustrated.
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NUTOUCH GLOVES REVIEW

Gaming Illustrated RATING

Overall91%

VALUE9

If you shop around you can find these for just $9, which is a total bargain. While other lesser attractive gloves can be found cheaper, these are a great deal.

PERFORMANCE9.5

Worked as advertised.

COMFORT9

These gloves are very comfortable and will keep your hands warm. They can also be worn on top of heavier gloves.

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