Reviewed by Suzy from Upstate ny on Thursday, November 15, 2012
Hesitant to buy after reading negative reviews, but STP satisfied as anticipated. There were no flaws in the 2 pair I received. Very cute. Nice dark purple color. Only negative is that they are about1 inch shorter than i would like. Doesn't quite reach my mid knuckles... I do have long fingers. There is a thumb hole (could not tell from product description.). Keeps me very warm.
Reviewed by Elle from Kitchen on Wednesday, November 14, 2012
My 3rd pair! Appreciated by friend with arthritic hands. Because there are no finger sections, it's easy to move the palm area up or down, so it's comfortable to sew, knit, use keys, read a book, and keep warm doing it all. The wool is not itchy, not too tight and not too loose, very pretty, easy to wash. The length covers but not isn't so long as to interfere with jacket sleeves or shirt sleeves.
Bought the red and two pairs of the taupey-tannish color, both really pretty.
Reviewed by yogapriestess from boise on Thursday, November 8, 2012
these are writlets, short fingerless gloves with a thumbhole...In the orietn they believe that the pulse points on the wrist should be kept warm and protected..these do just that..they are great for typing on the ocmputer in a cool room or wearing with a jacket or sweater in cool weather, so you can use your cell phone or handle the dog lease...these are cute and i love that they are merino wool...warm and non itchy...you would need warmer gloves for really cold days or winter sports/
Best Uses: Commuting, Going Out, Rainy Weather, Travel
Reviewed by tri from ma on Wednesday, October 17, 2012
These were defective when I got them...thumb hole on right hand was not big enough to put a pen through!!!!! Hope I don't have to pay for shipping when I send them back. Too bad to because I always wanted to have a pair of these.
Reviewed by Sibes Rule from PA on Tuesday, October 2, 2012
I love these wristlets. I actually own two pairs. I like to wear these when I'm crocheting and knitting. They just add extra comfort to my hands while doing repetitive hand/ wrist motion. Also wear them around the house while relaxing for extra warmth with my hands.
Best Uses: Around the house, Cold Weather, Commuting, Crochet Knitting, Going Out
Cons: Not Waterproof
Describe Yourself: Comfort-oriented, Practical
Gear Usage: Cold Weather Living, Extra Comfort For Hands