iTouch Gloves keeps your fingers warm for your iPhone usage

iTouch Gloves keeps your fingers warm for your iPhone usage
If you find having to rely on a wrapped piece of sausage to act as a stylus for your iPhone because of the cold weather, then you may want to look at the alternative that the iTouch Gloves offer. Keeping your fingers warm during frigid temperatures might make you think twice about using your iPhone – especially when you have to compromise the dreaded idea of removing them to navigate on the phone. Fortunately the iTouch Gloves, that are available in a variety of styles, utilizes a unique “patent pending” technology that puts other glove related accessories for the iPhone before it to shame. Priced anywhere between $99.95 to $194.95, these pricey leather gloves are certified to allow you access to your iPhone without the need of removing them. The technology behind them is called TouchTec which begins during the leather tanning and stretching process – allowing the whole glove to act as a conductor; and not just the fingertips of them. So if you've been looking for something that offers this useful solution, you may want to invest in picking up a pair for yourself.

source: ars technica via Textually



1. Fanboys Suck

Posts: 609; Member since: Dec 12, 2008

Here's the tragedy: Some people will actually buy these... *shakes head*

2. theman414

Posts: 132; Member since: Jun 08, 2009

Talk about an overpriced product!!! Whoever buys this is so STUPID. I said it.

3. ayephoner

Posts: 858; Member since: Jun 09, 2009

i have a pair of winter golf gloves with leather palms that work. i think they cost $20

4. smrt83

Posts: 15; Member since: Jan 16, 2010

60% of the time it works, every time

5. scorpio85

Posts: 160; Member since: Jan 16, 2010


6. Trevsx1000

Posts: 33; Member since: Dec 08, 2009

Where is the Sausage stylus???

7. BlackberryUser

Posts: 609; Member since: Jun 26, 2009

Where can I buy 6 pair? Haha..

8. basschica

Posts: 8; Member since: Aug 20, 2009

Or you could just buy some conductive thread and stitch a few pieces into the fingertip of your existing gloves...that you like...for a lot cheaper.

9. rwolf1984

Posts: 536; Member since: Jun 06, 2009

i think you just need a pair of tight fitting gloves and your good to go. . .

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