Review: Glove.ly touchscreen gloves get the job done

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At a Glance

The Classic version of the Glove.ly design works very well for operating a touchscreen, but might not be thick enough to keep hands warm in colder climates.

Price when rated: $25

Pros

  • MagLove technology helps keep gloves in pairs
  • Every part of the gloves is touchscreen compatible

Cons

  • May not be thick enough to keep hands warm in colder climates
  • One size fits all is really one size fits most
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At a Glance

The extra lining provides extra warmth without detracting from the gloves functionality. Easy to text, scroll, and enter characters with any portion of the gloves.

Price when rated: $30

Pros

  • Every part of the gloves is touchscreen compatible
  • MagLove technology helps keep gloves in pairs

Cons

  • Stitching could use some reinforcement in places
  • One size fits all is really one size fits most
 Compare

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