It’s that time of year again, when those of us living in the higher latitudes are thwarted by our non-conductive gloves if we try to use touchscreen devices outdoors. Well, don’t bin those gloves just yet – a new product by the name of AnyGlove is claimed to be able to solve the problem.

First off, there are other products that allow touchscreen-users to wear gloves. These include gloves made from conductive fibers, gloves with conductive finger pads, and even conductive buttons that can be attached to gloves’ fingertips.


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AnyGlove is unique, however, in that it’s a liquid polymer that is applied to the tips of existing gloves. Just a few drops per finger will apparently do the trick on gloves made out of almost any material, although it may discolor lightly-colored fabric. It also isn’t permanent, as it needs to be periodically reapplied – one dose will last anywhere from several days to a few months, depending on the material and how heavily the glove is used.

One bottle will set you back US$14.95. More information is available in the video below.

Source: AnyGlove via ChipChick