Agloves touchscreen gloves are the top-performing touchscreen glove on the market. We are the official glove liner supplier to the US National Ski Patrol, and have been named the #1 touch glove by Inc. Magazine, Forbes Magazine, The Chicago Tribune and lifehacker.com. You can text perfectly with these gloves on. Use all ten fingers on all touch screen devices like iPhones, Androids, iPads, iPods, even in-car navigation systems. Woohoo! #goodstuff. www.Agloves.com
By Jennifer Spencer
Agloves are available in USA, Canada, Germany, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, UK, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Poland, Hungary… and now Japan.
Click here to purchase Agloves Sport and Bamboo in Japan.
Worldwide consumer demand for Agloves is consistent and growing. Agloves responds by adding geographically to our distribution with care and enthusiasm.
Our goal is to provide a quality product and friendly support to all of our customers and clients. Grow too fast and we miss the mark. Grow too slowly and people have cold hands.
If you are not in an area we support at this time, write to Jennifer@agloves.com. Let her know your country, and with enough interest, we’ll work toward distribution in your part of the world!
Warming the hands and hearts of the world, one pair of gloves at a time.
By Jennifer Spencer
Gift Certificates: No messy paper. No sticky tape.
Some people love to give gifts with beautiful wrapping and lovely bows. Presentation provides as much joy as the giving of the actual gift. If you love to give and receive beautiful packages you might enjoy this video on How To Make a BOW for a Christmas Gift. There are some very helpful tips on how to make a package truly elegant.
On the other hand some people are minimalists. They drink their coffee black. They like clean lines in their living space. They avoid floral prints. This sort of person can also give a gift that is appreciated.
Agloves offers gift certificates for its iPhone gloves and iPad gloves. Go to www.Agloves.com. Click on Gift Certificates. Determine the amount of your certificate and voilà! Your gift certificate is emailed to the recipient. No messy paper. No sticky tape. Simple. Easy. Sweet.
America’s top-rated touchscreen gloves, Agloves, arrive in Europe
Boulder, Colo. — Agloves® are warm winter gloves that allow wearers to work effectively with all 10 fingers on all iPhones and touchscreen devices. The gloves — perfect iPhone gloves, iPad gloves and winter touchscreen gloves — are now available in Europe.
Why touchscreen gloves? Normal gloves don’t work with touchscreen devices. Have you ever had to take your gloves off just to send a text or answer the phone?
The secret to Agloves is the silver-nylon threading knitted throughout the entire glove. Silver is the most conductive element on the Periodic Table of Elements. Patent-pending technology and careful design gives wearers full 10-finger access to all smartphones, tablets and touchscreen interfaces as accurately as their bare hand. The gloves have a snug, comfortable fit providing optimum dexterity and precision for texting, scrolling or swiping.
“This opens a whole new category for smartphone and tablet accessories,” said Jennifer Spencer, CEO and inventor of Agloves. “These gloves simplify winter for smartphone users.”
Because of popular demand in Europe, Agloves are now carried by Staples UK, Ireland’s O2 stores, Norway and Sweden’s Enklere Liv stores, CameraNu in The Netherlands and at Poland’s Cortland, Aramago and Tachobis stores.
Agloves received an “IFA Usability Park 2011 Audience Award,” a coveted consumer-voted prize that lauds the most user-friendly product design during the world’s largest global consumer electronics tradeshow held in September in Berlin, Germany.
Initially launched as an online only e-commerce store, Agloves quickly warmed the hearts (and hands) of smartphone users worldwide, selling 60,000 pairs into 43 countries within their first six months of business. Agloves also can be purchased at www.Agloves.com.
To watch a video demonstrating the gloves’ functionality, click here.
For more information or to request a pair of gloves for a product review, contact Sara B. Hansen, Communications Specialist, Ph +1 (970) 988-5615, email@example.com.
Agloves fast facts
* Why are they called Agloves? “Ag” is the symbol for silver on the Periodic Table and the most conductive element, more so than copper or gold. Silver is also a natural thermal regulator and antimicrobial.
* How do they work? Contrary to popular belief, touchscreens are not heat sensitive. They are capacitive, meaning the screens work as tiny amounts of moisture, salts, and oils in the skin allow electrons to flow between you and your device. With Agloves, the body’s natural bioelectricity flows through the glove to your touchscreen device and maintains near-perfect connection.
After a successful launch on Amazon in the United States, Agloves is heading east, way east, to Amazon Japan.
Officially available this morning on Amazon.co.jp, Agloves will be selling both Agloves Bamboo and Agloves Sport. Japan’s mountainous geography creates a varied climate from a warmer southern region to a much cooler winter region with popular skiing destinations, perfect for the Agloves Sport.
Additionally, the antimicrobial fibers found in the Agloves Bamboo might be popular among the millions of people who use public transportation systems in Japan. Agloves Bamboo are made with 87% antimicrobial materials: silver and bamboo, making the glove a good barrier between public dirt and germs — especially if you still have to use your phone!
For questions, or to learn more write Jean Spencer at Jean@Agloves.com
If you’re searching for the perfect holiday gift, Agloves just made your life a little easier.
Not only can you go online and quickly and easily order a pair to send to your mom, your son, your best bud from college or your new boss, you can also send the country’s best winter touchscreen gloves in this beautiful package.
The gift wrap includes a festive red organza bag and a silver gift card that reads “A GIFT FOR YOU sent from someone you know, with (g)love.” Personalize you gift card by writing on the back of the card before sending your gloves.
Many people send Agloves as a gift and several of you had asked us to provide gift-wrapping. We heard you and created this festive package.
Enjoy and know that your gift will be (g)lovely!
Wonder how muggles play Quidditch without a flying Snitch or broomsticks?
Check out this video.
If you’re coming to the competition, look for us. We’ll have our sorting hat and we’ll be giving away 100 pairs of gloves.
If you can’t be there, visit our Facebook page to find out how you can get a pair of gloves.
You can also follow the action on Twitter. Use #quidgloves
Tips on how to treat OTD:
I searched that thing called the interweb. That internet thing. In my quest, I stumbled upon a bunch of interesting things of or relating to a very serious disorder: OTD, or, the Outdoor Touchscreen Dilemma.
Not familiar with OTD? It’s a syndrome that inflicts smart-phone users each winter. It’s related to the fact that “normal” gloves don’t work to operate touch screen devices: iPhones, iPads, Droids, etc.
If you happen to have a touch screen device – (and it’s likely that you do, according to a recent New York Times article, “the research firm Gartner expects global sales of touch-screen devices to
reach 326.7 million in 2010, an increase of 97 percent from last year”) – you already know this.
Thankfully(!!)…….we have a solution for people suffering from OTD…………..Agloves, duh.
>>>>>>>> Note: We are not a medicinal company.
To help smart phone users around the world, the Agloves Team has compiled a 10-step program to avoiding the dreaded OTD:
10-Step Plan to Avoid or Treat OTD:
- Remove your normal gloves.
- Try using your normal hand. If that doesn’t work, I’m sorry — your phone is broken. If it did work, continue to step three.
- Research touch screen gloves. There are several on the market besides Agloves, like: Dots Gloves or Etips.
- Confirm which glove suits your needs best.
- Purchase the gloves.
- Put your brand new pair of (hopefully) Agloves on your hands.
- Try texting or typing with these gloves on.
- You’ll find they work.
- Be rest assured.
- Your OTD has been treated.
Here are some things I’ve picked up from other InterWeb users who have come in contact with OTD:
“Winter has definitely arrived here in the UK, with temperatures dropping over the past week or so, prompting me to break out my winter coat and gloves. I actually quite enjoy the changing seasons, but gloves are awkward because they don’t work with devices with capacitive touchscreens (like my iPhone, and also the trackpad on my MacBook), and constantly removing and replacing gloves when fiddling with my phone quickly becomes annoying.”
David Polinchock of the NY Tech Meetup mailinglist:
“You can tell that the iPhone was developed by people who live in California! I guess they never thought that people in cold climates would buy it and then they would have to take off their gloves to make it work. Even finding a phone number is that much more difficult with gloves on. Anyone else having this problem? Has anyone seen any solutions?”
“Winter’s coming, and with it comes OTD, the Outdoor Touchscreen Dilemma—is it worth taking your gloves off to send a text message?”