Now that winter is fast approaching, we’re all thinking of how exactly we’re going to manage to use our touchscreen phones and tablets without freezing our fingers off, right? Luckily, there are a number of nifty things on the market to help with that little problem. The Mujjo Conductive Touchscreen Glove is the latest entry in what promises to be a selection of products that may well end up outnumbering the variety of touchscreen devices available.

Supposedly, these gloves will play nicely with pretty much any touchscreen device you might own, including iPhone, Blackberry, Samsung, HTC, LG and a wide variety of other manufacturers’ gadgets. How they work is there are silver-coated nylon fibers integrated into the weave of the glove, which will react with your touchscreen where regular fabric will not. Imagine that: conductive gloves! If you live where it gets stupid cold as I do, you can easily see how this is a huge advantage when you’re outside but still need to answer your phone or send a text.

The best part is that because the silver-coated fibers are woven into the entire glove, you aren’t restricted to using just the pads of your fingers as you are with bare hands. You can use your knuckles, the back of your hand…whatever part of the glove is handiest (so to speak) at the moment. Which if you think about it makes these even more attractive for winter use, as your hands will continue to stay warm while also becoming more versatile.

These are available in two unisex sizes: small/medium and medium/large. They are stretchable fabric as gloves should be, and cost just 24.95 ($34.45 US).

Source: Ubergizmo

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