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Freehands Gloves Prevent Frostbite and Allow You to Use Your Gadgets

Here are some more tech-friendly gloves for your consideration.  The Freehands company makes a variety of gloves with finger caps that flip back to free your index finger and thumb tips so you can use your phone, MP3 player, gaming device, or other gadgets without freezing your hands.  Each tip cover has a magnet to …

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The North Face Etip Gloves Let You Stay Warm and Use Your Electronics

These Etip Gloves from The North Face have Xstatic conductive fingercaps on the thumbs and index fingers so you’ll be able to answer your iPhone or use your capacitive-screen electronics without having to take off your gloves.  There’s a grid of silicone dots on the palm, thumb, index, and middle fingers to improve your grip on …

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Agloves Capacitive Touch Screen Compatible Gloves Review

I often complain (some will say whine) about the fact that I can’t control my capacitive touch screened smartphone in the Winter months, when I’m wearing gloves. As we know, capacitive touch screens will only work when we touch the screen with our fingers. That’s because the human body has a natural bioelectricity in our …

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Kombi Sports IRIP Gloves Control Your iPod

Kombi Sports makes high-performance cold weather gear.  They offer gloves that not only keep your hands warm, but they also allow you to control your iPod.  The gloves feature an integrated wireless iPod remote control with Fibretronics technology, a wireless receiver for your iPod, a goggle wipe, adjustable wrist strap, and a cord lock cinch cuff closure.  The IRIP gloves …

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