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Who said manufacturing is “old-school?”
We have a whole selection of gloves that are compatible with today’s touchscreen technology. Just because this is a rugged, industrial business, it doesn’t mean we lack the finesse and technical savvy of other industries. BTW, we’re in with today’s electronic technology and lingo. IMO it’s important to keep up with the times. If we didn’t, you would LOL at us and be all like, “WTH?” In today’s BYOD world (you knew that meant “bring your own device” right?), access to your smartphone or tablet if often part of the job. We have a good selection to allow you that freedom. SWDYT?
(*Warning – if the above made zero sense to you, please find the nearest tween or teen to explain it to you.)
If your gloves contain carbon or steel, you generally will have good touchscreen compatibility.
Here are a few examples…
The styles below are good general-purpose gloves, but with the added benefits of cut resistance. Whether you choose coated or uncoated palms, all of these styles feature touchscreen compatibility.
These styles are great general purpose gloves; lightweight, comfortable and with a very high level of dexterity. The carbon fiber in these styles also make them perfectly compatible for use with touchscreen technology.
Now if we could just beat that next level of Angry Birds…
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