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In the dead of winter, a warm pair of gloves is an absolute must, but removing them for every text can make the whole effort seem pointless. These gloves lay the problem to rest with a set of conductive fingertips, letting you type, swipe, or snap a pic without exposing your digits. Because even the best tweet isn’t worth a case of frostbite.
While this is a good product, I already have gloves that are usable for smartphones and tablets. Therefore, this isn't really for me.4
I have large hands, and I thought they wouldn't fit me. But they stretch nicely. Seems like touch-screen gloves are everywhere now, but these seem better quality for the price than most.5
I've spent the last few cold weeks in Boston in a constant battle with my gloves, taking them off to text and putting them on again every ten minutes. I got a pair like this last year, which proceeded to fall apart immediately (not a birchbox product) so the idea isn't exactly new. But they are functional. Not the best looking or highest quality gloves I've ever owned, and not sure what's up with the little dots on the palms?? But they work (so far) and I like their purpose!4
This is an ongoing Birchbox problem. They must believe that everyone that uses Birchbox must be standard size...these barely make it over my hands.4
Awesome product. Just waiting for some cold days where I can use it. A sharp looking glove that does exactly what it claims to.5
I was in need of a new pair of gloves and was lucky to get this pair in my Birchbox! The conductive material works very well with my iphone. It's great to not have to unglove my hand to check my phone. I like the wool material as well, as it is quite warm.5
I like that these gloves have conductive surfaces on all your fingers. I've had similar gloves with only two finger and thumb, but sometimes when playing PVZ2, you really need all them fingers.5
These gloves are perfect for techies. The grips on the palms make it easy to leave your gloves on and still be able to function, even with a touch-screen gadget.5
These gloves are fine, but I can't see spending the published price on them if presented as an option. These are closer to the 1.99 knitted stretchy gloves than something in the $15-$20 price point. They fit nice, grips are handy without being too obtrusive and the touchscreen fingers work very well, but I don't think they're anything better than what's out there at a cheaper price.3
This is my first experience with gloves that allow you to use touch screens, and they do indeed work. The two main detractors for these gloves are that they are a bit on the thin side, so for the below freezing winters where I live they aren't the most effective, and the grips are plentiful and a bit on the annoying side of things. However, using these while driving and utilizing the GPS/map features on my smartphone is the perfect home for these gloves.4