August 25, 2016 | admin |

These Touchscreen Work Gloves are Pokemon Go-Approved!



 

You’ll never catch them all like that!
Wouldn’t you know it – that elusive Pikachu you’ve been after has spawned in the breakroom, but the work gloves you usually wear and your touchscreen device get along about as well as Blastoise and Charizard. Before you can shimmy out of your gloves and click the button, he’s gone again.

That deflating scenario would not happen if your work gloves were any of our touchscreen-compatible work gloves. They’re Pokémon Go-approved! (Well, at least in theory.)

Here are three amazing touchscreen gloves that will improve both your workday – and your mad Pokémon Go skills:

#1. S18KGFN: Dexterity® Ultrafine 18-Gauge ASTM 3 Cut-Resistant Glove with Foam Nitrile Palm
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These S18KGFN touchscreen-compatible, 18-gauge, ultrafine Kevlar®-blended knit gloves are perfect for a wide range of industries. Use them in construction, small parts handling, packaging, glass handling, and assembly applications, as well as when you’re out looking for Pokémon. Even though they have a bare hand feel, they provide excellent ANSI level A3 cut protection and level 2 puncture resistance.

Made for precision work where touch sensitivity really counts, the foam nitrile palms offer excellent dexterity and grip, with no risk of a latex allergy. And, since these gloves received the DuPont® Kevlar® Innovation Award, you know they’re a popular choice among Pokémon Trainers and trainees alike!

#2. 378GTS: Endura® Touchscreen Compatible Goat-Grain Driver Gloves

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Specifically designed for any job that requires the frequent use of a touch screen device, these Endura® Goat Grain gloves might be just what you need to catch that Squirtle. They feature three touchscreen conductive fingertips on each hand, and are crafted with soft and supple goat grain leather that is durable and long-lasting.

These gloves great for industrial settings where touchscreen technology is increasingly common. Use these gloves with mobile, handheld devices, tablet computers, or any electronic equipment with a touchscreen. We think you’ll find that they’re as useful on the job as they are for tracking and capturing Pokémon!

#3. S18TAFGFN: TenActiv™ 18-Gauge Composite Filament Fiber Cut-Resistant Knit Gloves with Foam Nitrile Palms

One of our most innovative, protective and versatile designs, these 18-gauge TenActiv™ composite filament fiber gloves took two years to design and, to this day, remain a customer favorite. They are ideal for industries where having well-rounded PPE is vital. These TenActiv™ gloves offer ANSI level A4 cut protection, and ANSI level 4 puncture resistance. And, did we mention that they’re also touchscreen compatible??

When you wear these gloves, you’ll get high tactile sensitivity, all-day comfort, and a foam nitrile palm coating that will enhance your grip. They might feel like your bare hands, but they are really a marvel of modern engineering.

Don’t be a Pokénoob! With our touchscreen gloves, you’ll get top-shelf hand protection in the workplace and stay ready for a chance Pokémon Go encounter – without ever having to take your off! All you need are the right gloves – and we’ve got the ones for you.
Want to see how these gloves fare against that Scyther you’ve got your eye on? Did you know we offer free samples to qualified businesses? That way you can test them out in the workplace and see the difference for yourself. Click the button below to request a sample of our popular S18TAFGFN work gloves now.

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If your Pokémon Go game is suffering, check out our Touchscreen flyer. It’s made up of a bunch of different gloves that are all excellent for capturing Pokémon! (And well, okay – they’re good for the 9-5 as well!)

Image credit:
Pokemon Go game screen, by Daniel Cox, used with permission. Pikachu and Pokemon Go owned by Niantic and Nintendo.

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