Sensor Touch Gloves Review
I was very lucky to receive a pair of Grandoe’s Sensor Touch gloves for review the other day.
My red and white knitted gloves are a size small/medium. I have fairly small hands with medium long nails and the gloves are a little snug but still very comfortable and stylish. They feel soft and warm and my fingers got very toasty while I was trying them out, it’s not quite cold enough to justify wearing gloves just yet.
The Cire gloves by Grandoe definetly perfom as described, the sensor is actually part of the material not eLink fabric attached only to the finger tips. I was able to navigate my smart phone successfully and without any glitches. These gloves complement and enhance the experience and ability to use any touch screen device. I can’t wait to try them out at my bank’s ATM when it’s 10 below, no more freezing and stiff fingers for me.
The Infi-Knit technology gloves have conductive material weaved throughout the glove for complete connectivity and the TouchTec Leather is uniquely processed with Nano Technology to mimic the touch of the human hand. You can use any part of the glove to activate any touch screen device!
Men’s gloves are retailing at $40, sizes M, L, XL.
Women’s gloves are retailing at $35, sizes S, M, L and XL.
“Stay Warm, Stay Connected” with Cire by Grandoe
Learn more about Grandoe’s new Sensor Touch Gloves by watching this short video on YouTube – Grandoe Sensor Touch Gloves Video
This product was provided to me, at no cost, by the representing PR agency (Lipton Publicity) for the sole purpose of product testing. I did not accept monetary compensation for reviewing or writing about this product. I only review products that I have personally tested, and all opinions expressed are my own.