- the story
Talk to the Hand
When the temperature dips and you're bundled from head to toe, the last thing you'd like to do is fumble with your touchscreen or the itsy-bitsy buttons on your cellphone to pick up a call. Fortunately, you don't have to give friends and family the cold shoulder when you can keep your fingers toasty and answer calls with these tech-enabled knit gloves.
Using Bluetooth technology, these inconspicuous mitts sync with your smartphone. To answer calls, simply use the classic "call me" pantomime—the left glove's thumb contains a speaker and the pinky packs a petite, but powerful, microphone. Fabric-covered buttons for "Answer" and "End Call" are sewn into the right glove's wrist for added convenience. A lithium-ion battery (charged via USB) holds a single charge for 10 days on standby and allows you to chat for up to 20 hours!
Designed in Milan, Italy.
Made in China.
Features and Specifications:
Made of touchscreen-friendly conductive fiber (95% polyacrylonitrile, 3% cotton, 2% polyester)
Operating range: 40 feet
Battery life: Standby 10 days | Chat 20 hours
Charges via USB
Compatible with iOS, Android, Blackberry, and Windowsphone
- Item ID
- Made from
- polyester, cotton, polyacrylonitrile
- Small: 8" L x 4" W
Large: 9" L x 5" W
- Dry clean only.
Battery lasts up to: standby 10 days - conversation 20 hours
Item includes gloves, charging cable microUSB to USB, and an instruction manual
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- Couldn't Hear Well
- Sounded Muffled
Comments about BLUETOOTH GLOVES:
Setting it up sounded easy but I couldn't get it to work for quite awhile. I had to try at least a dozen times to connect it wirelessly to my phone.
Once I got it working, I could barely hear the person talking, and they had a lot of difficulty understanding me.
I knew they would be very frustrating to use so I returned them.
Unfortunately I do not get the duty or shipping back and I had to pay to ship it back to the company. I lost about 50$ in the end.
Not happy and would not recommend this product.
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