I received gloves this Christmas and was told to fret not, I could indeed keep my fingers warm and continue the iPhone frenzy that I’m constantly engaged in. How do these gloves work anyway? A conductive thread in the index fingers and thumbs conveys an electrical impulse to the touch screen so your smart device can stay, well.. intelligently in-tune with where you want to touch on its screen.
In the event that you wish to purchase a pair of these Houdini hands, I suggest that you consider a pair of gloves that come equipped with a no slip palm. Keep in mind that gloves don’t grip electronic devices, such as the not-so-inexpensive iPhone, quite the way your skin does. To avoid losing your phone to the perils of water damage, a palm clad with a non-slip grip is highly suggested. More and more cameras are going towards the full touch screen route, so these gloves could be something to look in to if you’re camera requires the same touch screen tech as the iPhone screens.iPhone, iPod touch, Touch and Go, touch screen, Touch screen gloves
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