It’s becoming winter in Australia — time to find some touchscreen gloves.
Normal winter gloves don’t work on touchscreen devices. You may be familiar with you problem: Constantly having to bite off your gloves, shove them into your pockets, and freeze your fingers all because your normal gloves failed to operate your touchscreen smartphone.
But thanks to the technology of an American company, Agloves®, winter gloves now work on touchscreens. Agloves are the top-rated touchscreen glove, currently sold in countries worldwide* and carried by top US mobile carriers such as Verizon, Sprint USCellular.
And new this year, Agloves are now offered in Australia – just in time for winter’s cold.
About Touchscreen Agloves
Two years ago, Agloves – the first 10-finger touchscreen-friendly gloves on the market – introduced a patent-pending technology that connects touchscreen cloth to not only your index and thumb fingers, but to all 10 fingers as well as your palm, wrist and knuckles. Yes, the whole Aglove is touchscreen friendly so you can text, swipe and scroll – without having to expose your fingertips to winter’s cold.
So how does it work? The secret is in the silver. Agloves (a name that plays off the chemical symbol for silver “Ag”) are constructed with a silver-nylon based thread that allows the body’s natural bio-electricity to pass through the gloves and activate the device like an ungloved hand would. This is because touchscreen devices are capacitive, not heat sensitive, as some believe. Capacitive touchscreens register the body’s bio-electricity in the device and map the point of contact. Normal gloves block the electrical communication which results in the device failing to recognized contacts. Silver also is a natural thermal regulator, making the gloves extra warm.
Agloves work on all touchscreens, sometimes even better than your normal hand.
Finally. Some #firstworldsolutions.