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What the community says about Vbiger Unisex Winter Warm Gloves
- "These gloves definitely meet the expected function of helping me use my phone in cold weather. The touch pads on the thumb and index fingers make it easy to use my phone without taking the gloves off. They are also stylish and fit me pretty well. The only negative I have found is that they are certainly not the warmest gloves I have ever warn, but I think you kind of expect that when you're looking for touchscreen gloves."
- "I thought the design of these smart gloves looked new and innovative so I thought I would give them a try. They are very affordable and comfy. You could probably find warmer gloves, but you can't beat the price. They are easy to use because you can be active and still use your phone in the cold."
- "Just looking at these you'd think they are waterproof. They are not. (Just want to put that out there, if you live in the snowy North East and want a waterproof option). I don't know. I expected these to be long-lasting and they weren't. I don't know if the technology exists to make a glove last more than a year or two, but I washed these just a couple of times and that was that. They didn't work anymore. They were okay, I suppose. A bit clunky. And expect that with regular washing you'll be back on the market sooner (rather than later). "
- "These gloves are great in terms of sleekness and comfortability! I had no problem typing on my touchscreen phone, where with other gloves that are bulkier it’s like typing with clubs for fingers. The fingers are a bit short, IMO, but I have really long fingers so I wasn’t surprised. What mattered is that I could actually use a touchscreen in the cold without sending messages that made no sense! The wind protection on these are FANTASTIC, however when it gets down to below 10 degrees they don’t protect as well from the cold anymore if your hands are out for a long time. Well worth it, though, as I just pop my hands out to type a coherent message these days, and then pop them back in my coat to keep the extra warmth in! ""These gloves are great for anyone who commutes outside in the winter. They are a really good price and you can keep your hands warm while still using your phone. I also really appreciate the silicone pads that help to keep a grip on my expensive smartphone. The colder it gets the more important that is as I find my fingers don't work as well as I want them too."