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Best touchscreen gloves for your Android device

Using your smartphone while you’re out and about during cold weather isn’t the best experience you could have. If you don’t have gloves on, your hands can go numb pretty fast. And if you do but they aren’t touchscreen compatible you’re even worse off, as you have to remove them before you can start playing around with your device.

The best option, of course, is to get a pair of touchscreen gloves. However, with so many options available, it’s kind of hard to decide which ones to get at times. That’s why we have compiled a list of the best touchscreen gloves currently available on the market that will work with your Android smartphone and keep you warm at the same time. Let’s get started.

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Agloves Sport

Best touchscreen gloves for your Android device

The first touchscreen gloves that made the list are the Agloves Sport. They have an award winning, patent-pending design and are made from acrylic (68 percent), metal fiber (15 percent), spandex (12 percent), and rubber (5 percent). The gloves provide ten-finger functionality, which basically means that you can tap on the screen of your smartphone with the finger of your choice.

As they are primarily made from acrylic, they are breathable and help draw moisture away from your hands. The gloves contain real silver and must be washed by hand.

The Agloves Sport are available in three different sizes: S/M, M/L, and XL. You have the option of choosing between five colors which are black, red, brown, navy, and white. The price depends on the size as well as color, starts at $8.85, and goes all the way up to $19.99. Get them via the button below.


Unisex smart touchscren gloves

Best touchscreen gloves for your Android device

These gloves provide ten-finger functionality, so the touchscreen compatibility isn’t only limited to a finger or two. You can use them with your smartphone thanks to the silver fibers they contain, which won’t scratch or damage the screen. They are slim as well as lightweight and offer a fitted design with snug cuffs that should keep the wind out.

The unisex gloves come in black with included silver specks, which creates a dark charcoal color effect. They look quite stylish and should go great with the majority of clothes based on their slim design and color.

The gloves are also quite inexpensive, as they currently retail for exactly $4.39 on Amazon. You can visit the retailer’s sales page by clicking the button below.


Timberland men’s gloves

Best touchscreen gloves for your Android device

The next touchscreen gloves on the list are made from polyester, wool, and nylon. They have cinched elastic wrists, touchscreen-friendly fingertips, and polyurethane palm patches for enhanced grip.

They are available in the brown color option and must be hand washed. The gloves are a bit bulkier than some of the others on this list, which makes holding and using a smartphone a bit more difficult when compared to touchscreen gloves that are thinner. However, the added thickness should provide some extra warmth during those really cold days.

As they are made by Timberland, they definitely aren’t the cheapest option on this list. The medium size will set you back $22, while the large and extra large options surprisingly cost less and can be yours for $14.34 and $5.33.


Dimore touchscreen gloves

Best touchscreen gloves for your Android device

If you’re a woman looking for something a bit more sophisticated and colorful, Dimore’s gloves just might be up your alley. They are made from polyester and have an inner layer of fleece that should keep your hands warm.

Both the left and right glove have a satin inset on the thumb and index finger that will work with your smartphone’s touchscreen. They are available in the Burgundy color option and come with plush fur balls on the wrists, which gives them a feminine touch.

The one size fits all gloves are quite elegant-looking, aren’t particularly bulky, and are available for a reasonable price. They can be yours for $11.99 on Amazon.


Head Sport running gloves

Best touchscreen gloves for your Android device

If you like to run during colder months and normally bring your smartphone along for music, GPS tracking, and so on, the Head Sport gloves just might be for you. You’ll be able to tap on a touchscreen with either your thumb or the index finger. The touchscreen gloves offer a secure grip thanks to the Silicone Palm Design, which will make sure your device won’t slip out of your hand easily.

They have extended cuffs, come in the Black or Heather color option, and are available in four different sizes — XS, S, L, and XL. Head’s gloves have a very sporty design and will go great with your running gear. However, if you’re dressed a bit more stylish, you’ll probably want to leave them at home and opt for one of the more elegant-looking pair of gloves.

The price depends on both the color you choose as well as the size. The cheapest pair is available for $7.89, while the most expensive will set you back $27.99.


Flamaker gloves

Best touchscreen gloves for your Android device

Flamaker’s gloves are made of acrylic fibers and have a slim design that makes using a smartphone a lot more comfortable and natural. They are black for the most part, with the exception of a few gray fingertips — thumb, index, and middle finger. These are actually the only parts of the gloves that can be used with a touchscreen thanks to the conductive fibers they contain.

The one size fits all gloves are suitable for both men and women and come with a one-year warranty. They are quite affordable, as they retail for just $6.23.


GliderGlove gloves

Best touchscreen gloves for your Android device

This pair from GliderGlove is infused with copper yarn, which means that the entire glove is compatible with a touchscreen, not just a fingertip or two. The gloves are made from a combination of spandex, acrylic, and nylon and have anti-slip palms that provide you with a great grip, so that the device won’t slide out of your hand.

The gloves are available in two variants which are urban and winter. The former pair is a bit lighter and has a lower profile, while the latter is obviously a bit thicker and more appropriate for harsher weather conditions.

Both versions have extended cuffs that conform to your wrists and should be able to hold in the heat to keep your hands warm. You can get them in a few different sizes such as S, M, L, and XL. Prices range from $14 to $22.


Nanotips

Best touchscreen gloves for your Android device

We have come to the last item on the list, which is a bit different than the rest. If you absolutely love your current gloves that don’t work with touchscreens and don’t want to replace them, Nanotips might be a great solution for you.

It’s a liquid comprised of evenly dispersed ultra-fine conductive nanoparticles that form a conductive film on the surface of your glove. All you have to do is apply it on your glove’s fingertip, spread it around, wait until it dries, and you’re good to go. You can check out a short demo of the product in the video below.

The applied liquid is 90 percent transparent, waterproof, and will last for a few weeks. One bottle will set you back $19.99 and is good for about 15 applications. There are two versions available: Nanotips Black for leather and rubber gloves and Nanotips Blue that can be used on fabrics and fleeces. 


So, there you have it. These are the best touchscreen gloves we think you can get on the market right now. They all basically do the same thing but each one has a different design, so we’re sure you’ll be able to find a pair that you like.

Which pair of touchscreen gloves listed above is the one you would consider getting? Let us know in the comment section below.

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