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Nanotips Turns Any Glove Into A Touchscreen Glove

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Sep 12, 2014

Category: Gear

Feel that? No not that, get your hand out of there! That. That’s a nip in the air, and once you feel the nip, the frost will soon follow. That means you’ll once again be wearing gloves, loving their hand-warming action and hating their incompatibility with your mobile touchscreen devices.

Don’t spring for a new pair, pick up a can of Nanotips and turn your current gloves into smartphone-scrolling wizards. This is a liquid solution that gets applied to the fingertips of the glove, and after taking a few minutes to dry, you’re all set to pinch and zoom in the mightiest of blizzards. Choose from two versions, one for leather and rubber gloves, one for fabric and fleece gloves. Each bottle can treat up to 20-30 fingers. [Purchase]

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