Auclair Magic Texting Gloves - 2 Pair (For Women)

Closeouts. Don't let the cold temps keep you out of touch! Both sets of Auclair's Magic Texting gloves let you operate touch screen devices through three active-touch screen compatible tips.

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  • Reviewed by kpgray from CA on Wednesday, January 15, 2014
    I am impressed with these gloves. They fit snugly so you have dexterity and they're warm. The "magic" fingers work so that you can use the touchscreen on your phone without removing the gloves. The pair of gloves with the rubber 'nubs' allow you to grip things easily. I would recommend these.
  • Reviewed by Emily from Sewanee, TN on Monday, January 13, 2014
    These are a great idea especially for teenagers, the quality wasn't what I expected one of the gloves had a whole in it already so I'm sure it will fray and only get bigger.
  • Reviewed by Arubafan from Washington, DC on Saturday, January 11, 2014
    Exactly as described. Would have given 5 stars but the silver part should come down a bit further to make texting easier. Otherwise a great buy.
  • Reviewed by DBH from Ohio on Thursday, December 26, 2013
    I ordered several of these for Christmas gifts, and I guess the adage "you get what you pay for" applies here. Roughly half of the gloves had loose yarn where the regular knit attached to the touch-screen (silver) knit. The loose ends *will* begin to unravel the gloves unless you super-glue them in place, which could scratch the device screen. I wish I'd paid more elsewhere to get a higher quality product.
  • Reviewed by Lunamoth2001 from Vermont on Friday, December 20, 2013
    These gloves work for texting. They are very thin (which I expected), but the stitching is very poor on the fingertips of the gloves. I can see they are going to have holes in them before long.
  • Reviewed by HokieTrax from Blacksburg, VA on Wednesday, December 18, 2013
    These are better quality than the two-packs they are selling at the big box stores and about the same price. One pair is smooth knit and the other has grippy dots which might be good while driving, shoveling snow, or hiking with hiking poles. They are a thin knit so not anything for very cold weather but good for the everyday commute or as a liner under mittens.
  • Reviewed by Terbear from Colorado Springs on Sunday, June 09, 2013
    Best texting gloves I have tried and I've tried a lot. The gloves are simple stretchy material, won't keep you warm in colorado winter. Good for spring and fall and early morning summer hikes. The index finger and thumb work great. I am buying more for stocking stuffers for next Christmas.
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