There’s nothing more frustrating than trying to use your phone or tablet with gloves on when your fingers can’t connect to the touchscreen. The next thing you have to do is take them off in the freezing cold to interact with your screen. Now your hands are frozen.
A number of companies are trying to make gloves that work with touchscreens. However, most people don’t seem to be cutting it.
That’s why I’m listing my top 10 gloves that are guaranteed to work with your touchscreen, no matter how cold the temperature gets. I rank them from 10 to #1 as my favorite.
Of the more than 300 reviews for this product on the North Face website (at the time of publication), 78% said these gloves are your best bet. They’re very stylish and have a slim fit, so it’s worth considering buying a size slightly larger than usual. The slim fit allows them to work better on touchscreens, perfect for those chilly morning walks or runs!
Made from a unique copper microfiber yarn, these smartphone gloves allow you to type quickly and accurately on touchscreens. They’re tactile to your whole hand – not just your fingertips! These slim-fit thermal gloves are made with a soft-touch inner liner and virus-inhibiting material for warmth, comfort and total protection.
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Made from 95% polyester and 5% spandex, these gloves have a warm flannel interior to keep your hands comfortable in the harshest temperatures. They are designed for both men and women and are compatible with all touch screens. They’re also reversible, wrinkle-free, and waterproof, so you’ll never have to worry about them getting damaged. They’re also available in a variety of colors and sizes, so you can choose the style that’s right for you, whether you’re running, driving, cycling, working, or hiking. At launch, the product has over 32,000 ratings worldwide, 65% of which are 5 stars.
These women’s super chic leather gloves will complement any outfit you want. They are made of genuine leather with a soft lining inside to keep your hands comfortable and warm while using the touchscreen functions. These are ideal for camping, hiking, and other outdoor activities. They are available in various sizes and colors. At launch, 73% of people who purchased the product gave it a 5-star rating.
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The ELMA Winter Men’s Cashmere and Shearl Lined Leather Gloves are extremely comfortable and warm in cold winter temperatures. They have 3 touchscreen friendly fingertips, which is more than the average 2 fingertips of most other touchscreen gloves. They’re also reasonably priced on Amazon at $22.99 – $26.99, and at launch they’re rated 5 stars by 75% of customers.
These gloves are thinner and may not be suitable for the coldest temperatures. However, when it comes to swiping cards, they sure get the job done. Both gloves have 2 fingertips that fit the touchscreen and are compatible with any smart touchscreen device for swiping and typing. They’re also super easy to care for as they’re machine washable and can be laid out to dry.
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These Trendoux gloves have 50% more beneficial yarn added to the touchscreen fingertips than other gloves, making it easier to use your smart devices while wearing them. They feature touchscreen compatibility on the thumb, index and middle fingers. They also have a soft inner lining to keep your hands extra warm and come in 9 different colors for men and women.
These gloves are made of 100% polyester. They feature a touchscreen design and an anti-slip design that allows you to easily use the touchscreen on your device without worrying about slipping from your hands. They’re windproof, have an insulating lining on the inside, and are completely waterproof. If you are not satisfied, the company gives you a 100% money back guarantee. Choose from men’s and women’s sizes.
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