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Your experience with Touchscreen Gloves ?

Discussion in 'GENERAL Wireless Discussion' started by JFB, Jan 16, 2013.

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What is your experience with Touchscreen Gloves?

  1. I have a pair and use them often. They're great!

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  2. I have a pair and use them occasionally.

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  3. I have a pair but find it is easier just to take my glove off to use my phone.

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  4. What do I need gloves for? The weather is always great here!

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  5. Some other experience.

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  1. JFB

    JFB Gold Senior Member
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    What is your experience with Touchscreen Gloves ?

    In case you don't know these are gloves that allow to use a touchscreen device and keep your hands warm at the same time. They usually have special tips on the index fingers and thumbs.
     
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    My winter bike gloves are touchscreen compatible, but I don't feel comfortable holding the phone in gloved hand, so I take both off.
     
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    I was given a pair as a gift. They work fine for scrolling, but it is quicker to take them off for typing anything.
     
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    What do I mark for never heard of it until this post.

    Maybe there should an option called "Duh!!!" :headscrat
     
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  6. JFB

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    I would say "Some other experience"

    ....and you're from a big 'glove wearing' part of the country. :hmm:;)
     
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    Altho I live in a cold climate, I don't wear any gloves ....except when skiing, or other "snow activities". In the times I do wear gloves, I would take them off to handle my phone, regardless if the gloves were "specialized" or not. You lose alot of dexterity with gloves on.
     
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