REVIEW – Let me just say that I do NOT like winter weather. If the temperature outside is less than 50 degrees, I’m not a happy camper. This year it felt like we went from the dog days of summer directly into bone-chilling winter. Here in southern Indiana, we’ve already been “enjoying” temps in the 20’s F. So, I’ve been wearing a winter coat and gloves, but wearing gloves in the winter means that you can’t use your phone unless you take them off. Right? Nope, not if you are wearing a pair of magic touchscreen gloves like the ones I’m about to review from Mujjo. Let’s check them out.
What is it?
Mujjo’s latest touchscreen gloves aren’t really magic, but they are made of a stretch-knit fleece fabric interior with a top layer that is made of 3M Thinsulate.
Design and features
The gloves feature thin grippy strips on the palm and fingers that add a bit of security so you won’t drop your phone while wearing the gloves and your hands won’t slip on your steering wheel while driving, or door knobs.
The gloves are soft and warm without being too bulky. I like that the cuffs aren’t tight but still keep the cold air out.
Of course, the thing you really want to know about most is how do the Mujjo gloves work with your phone while you’re wearing them. I’m happy to report that you can interact perfectly with your phone while wearing the Mujjo touchscreen gloves. I was able to tap icons to launch apps, scroll through lists, make calls, answer calls, etc. I was also able to type messages and answer emails with no issues at all.
What I like
- Accurate and responsive action with touchscreens
- Comfortable and warm
What needs to be improved
I’ve been wearing Mujjo touchscreen gloves every winter for the past few years and I’ve found that this latest pair of touchscreen gloves are comfortable, warm, and work great with my phone so that I don’t have to remove the gloves to make or answer calls while I’m outside or in the car. I’ve been testing them for a couple of weeks and will continue to use them throughout the winter months. They save my fingers from getting frozen, so they get two gloved thumbs up from me.