Best Touchscreen Gloves

Review & Comparison, Last Update February 6, 2020
Touchscreen gloves let you text, type, and interact with most gadgets, all while keeping the hands warm and cozy. The best touchscreen gloves provide that tight yet snug fit that makes them comfortable and convenient. ...Read more ...Read less
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OUR VERDICT
Recommended For
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Conductive Properties
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PROS

The 3M™ Thinsulate construction makes the gloves wind-resistant without making them stuffy. The wrist cuffs are able to seal out the cold. The sticky silicone grip lines strategically put throughout the entire glove hand ensure that the phone remains secure even on murky days. 

CONS

The gloves are difficult to upkeep. 

OUR VERDICT

Mujjo Insulated Winter Touchscreen Gloves are brilliant tech gloves but, at the same time, the snuggest, most comfortable gloves you'll find. They're unisex, the available sizes range from S to XL, and the stretchy profile will make them fit most people. 

detailed parameters
Recommended For

Unisex 

Size

S, M, L, XL 

Conductive Properties

All fingers 

Materials

Polyester, 3M™ Thinsulate, Fleece

Extras

Elastic cuff, Sticky silicone grip lines

Warranty

2 years 

PROS

The gloves shed elements like water and snow, while the moisture-wicking construction promotes increased airflow, keeping the hands nice and sweatless. The belt buckles will let you ensure that the tightest yet most comfortable fit. 

CONS

Only the index fingers have conductive properties. 

OUR VERDICT

Suxman Touchscreen Gloves is where fashion meets function. These gloves work with most outfits, from business to casual. You can use them when riding motorcycles, biking, commuting, snow shoveling, camping, hiking, hunting, and more. 

detailed parameters
Recommended For

Unisex 

Size

M, L 

Conductive Properties

Index fingers 

Materials

PU leather, Cotton, Fleece

Extras

Velcro strap and elastic cuff, Dense silicone grip particles on the palm

Warranty

Amazon's 30-day return policy 

PROS

The elastic cuffs are thick yet stretchy, able to hug the wrist tight and make sure that the elements cannot penetrate the gloves. The triangle-shaped silicone grips will let you steadily hold the phone and type using one hand. 

CONS

The white-colored printed logo is not subtle at all. 

OUR VERDICT

TRENDOUX Touchscreen Gloves are unisex. You can choose between 11 colors. The gloves are not bulky at all, so you'll even be able to type using those compressed laptop keyboards. They're pretty affordable too. 

detailed parameters
Recommended For

Unisex 

Size

M, L, XL 

Conductive Properties

Thumbs, index, and middle fingers

Materials

Polyester with napping lining 

Extras

Elastic cuff, Triangle silicone grips on the palm

Warranty

Amazon's 30-day return policy 

PROS

The cuffs incorporate zippers, so you can even go snowboarding without taking any preventive measures to ensure the hands remain dry. The zippers are smooth enough to unzip them without taking the gloves off. The grips add abrasion resistance too.

CONS

The stitching is passable at best. 

OUR VERDICT

Yobenki Touchscreen Gloves are not only good tech gloves but also solid sports gloves. Since all fingers feature conductive properties, you'll even able to play different games while wearing these gloves. They're warm enough to keep the hands comfortable at 23°F.

detailed parameters
Recommended For

Men 

Size

S, M, L, XL 

Conductive Properties

All fingers 

Materials

Nylon with SBR™ waterproof coating, PU leather, Fleece

Extras

Elastic cuff with zipper, Non-slip grips on the palm, Button link

Warranty

Amazon's 30-day return policy 

PROS

Using 70% acrylic and 30% wool, these gloves have no issues keeping the hands warm as long as the temperature does not drop below -23°F. The high-sensitivity conductive yarn that's been embedded into three fingers will let you easily manipulate most smartphones.  

CONS

The available sizes are limited. 

OUR VERDICT

Although not necessarily elegant, Pvendor Touchscreen Gloves come fitted with snowflake patterns that some might find charming and even somewhat stylish. At the same time, the gloves' conductive properties match even the most expensive tech gloves. 

detailed parameters
Recommended For

Unisex 

Size

One-size, L 

Conductive Properties

Thumbs, index, and middle fingers

Materials

Wool, Acrylic

Extras

Elastic cuff, Non-slip grips on the palm

Warranty

1 year 

Mujjo Touchscreen Gloves

Snug and Comfy Tech Gloves

Mujjo Insulated Winter Touchscreen Gloves are probably the most sophisticated gloves we've looked at. What separates them from most touchscreen models is that these things are equal-part tech gloves and cozy winter gloves.

Packing 3M™ Thinsulate insulation, these gloves are warm and wind-resistant yet not as stuffy as most winter gloves are.

At the same time, fitted with fleece, these gloves are able to keep you not only warm but also snug and comfy.

Incorporating polyester too, the gloves stretch to secure that comfortable pre-curved fit. The wrist cuffs stretch too, sealing out the cold.

These solutions/fabrics are all great but what really defines these gloves is that all the fingers have brilliant conductive properties, so you'll be able to use various gadgets without relying on thumbs alone.

Last but not least, there are these sticky silicone grip lines that have been strategically spread throughout the glove hand to make sure the phone is nestled tight in the palm, even during wet and stormy days.

All the different materials make these gloves somewhat tiresome to upkeep but that's where the product's disadvantages end.

Besides that, Mujjo Insulated Winter Touchscreen Gloves are among the best touchscreen winter gloves. They're also the warmest gloves on this list.

Review of Mujjo Touchscreen Gloves

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Suxman Touchscreen Gloves

Where Fashion Meets Function

Suxman Touchscreen Gloves look more elegant than most tech gloves, giving you that perfect mix between fashion and function.

Featuring PU leather, cotton, and fleece, these gloves remain waterproof, windproof, and snowproof. The surface sheds these elements, while the moisture-wicking, air-circulating construction makes sure the hands are able to breathe and remain comfortable.

Of course, these are touchscreen gloves, emphasis on the first part, so that's what most important. Fitted with these dense silicone grip particles on the palm, the gloves enhance grip and ensure excellent slip resistance, all while protecting the PU leather surface from wear and tear.

What's disappointing about these gloves is that only index fingers have conductive properties here. Sure, we do not often use other fingers, so that's not the biggest issue but having that option is always nice.

On the bright side, the gloves come equipped with belt buckles and shirred elastic wrists, keeping the dirt, debris, snow, and cold outside and making sure that these things fit, even though the available sizes are limited to Medium and Large.

In short, the product's biggest strength is that these winter gloves look stylish and fashionable, which is something that we cannot say about most tech gloves.

Review of Suxman Touchscreen Gloves

 

TRENDOUX Touchscreen Gloves

Hugging the Wrist just Right

TRENDOUX Touchscreen Gloves are affordable yet more than reliable enough. First off, these are unisex gloves and the available sizes include M, L, and XL, so most adults will be able to use them. Also, you can choose between 11 different colors, complementing most outfits.

Plus, the thick elastic wrist makes them stretchy, hugging the wrist tight but not too tight, while also keeping the glove closed around the skin, making sure that wind and snow are unable to penetrate inside. The stretchy fit will let you type as fast you'd be typing without the gloves.

The triangle silicone grips on the palm are sticky but, again, not too sticky, so you'll be able to firmly grip the steering wheel and steadily hold your smartphone, all without worrying that the phone will slip from your hands.

The primarily polyester construction makes these gloves stretchable, while the soft napping wool lining ensures warmth without making the gloves bulky.

Admittedly, the product has its downsides, mostly pertaining to the aesthetics department. We do not care for the massive white-colored printed logo. It is not subtle at all.

Apart from that though, we've no issues with these snug yet productive touchscreen gloves.

Review of TRENDOUX Touchscreen Gloves

 

Yobenki Touchscreen Gloves

Sports Gloves Too

Yobenki Touchscreen Gloves are sports gloves and tech gloves simultaneously.

First (although not necessarily foremost), the standard elastic cuffs come equipped with zippers, so you'll be able to ensure the elements will not be penetrating inside, keeping the hands dry and warm. Also, these zippers are surprisingly smooth, so you'll be able to zip and unzip them even while wearing gloves.

The obligatory non-slip grips on the palms have been added onto wear-resistant PU leather, increasing not only the gloves' friction but also abrasion resistance, offering an excellent grip, preventing the items from slipping, and offering an overall better user experience.

More than that, the people behind these gloves have made sure to add conductive properties to all fingers, so you'll be able to use the phone even with pinky fingers when necessary.

Of course, being sports gloves too, these things incorporate nylon with SBR™ waterproof coating, so you'll even be able to snowboard without worrying about keeping the hands dry. The stitching here is passable at best though, so we wouldn't recommend falling too many times.

Bottom line, Yobenki Touchscreen Gloves are as versatile and adaptable as sports and tech gloves get.

Review of Yobenki Touchscreen Gloves

 

Pvendor Touchscreen Gloves

Warmth Before Anything Else

Gloves are supposed to keep your hands warm. Touchscreen gloves are supposed to let you use the phone while wearing gloves. That's all there is to it. That's also all that these gloves offer.

Constructed from 30% wool and 70% acrylic, these gloves will be able to keep the hands warm even when the temperature drops as low as -23 degrees Fahrenheit, something that most touchscreen models are unable to match.

At the same time, these gloves are as conductive as any tech gloves, with high-sensitivity conductive yarn embedded into the thumbs, index, and middle fingers, letting you manage the phone with ease and comfort. The anti-slip rubber inserts make sure that you're able to steadily hold various items without dropping them.

All that being said, the product has its flaws. First, the gloves look comfortable but not necessarily elegant, so they won't be able to compliment business outfits. Second, right now, you can only choose between One-size and Large, so people with petite hands and especially broad hands might find them somewhat loose and tight respectively.

Nevertheless, considering the price tag, Pvendor Touchscreen Gloves are great and more impressive than most texting gloves that we've looked at.

Review of Pvendor Touchscreen Gloves

 

What Are Touchscreen Gloves?

When the temperature drops below ~30 degrees Fahrenheit, gloves turn from a luxury to a necessity. When the hands remain warm and cozy, you're able to maintain high comfort levels no matter the temperature.

The issue here is that you have to take the gloves off when using the phone, which is something that we do too often these days. You won't have to take off these touchscreen gloves though.

Equipping the fingertips with conductive yarns/threads, these gloves let you use most touchscreen devices (various laptops, cell phones, tablets, including iPhones and iPads) with comfort and ease. More often than not, the conductive properties extend only towards the index fingers, which is fine since we normally use only these fingers anyway. Sometimes though, gloves incorporate this sensitive conductive technology into all fingers. When that's the case, you're able to manipulate the phone however you want.

Apart from that, these gloves usually incorporate non-slip grips to make sure you're less likely to drop the phone even during rainy and snowy days.

Of course, touchscreen gloves are still gloves, so they should be able to prevent cold hands when cold weather strikes too.

Though these gloves are usually pretty warm, they cannot tussle with heated gloves on that front. They're also not as robust as kevlar gloves but that goes without saying since no gloves types are.

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Publish Date: 2020-02-06 11:28:57