For anyone planning to spend time outdoors this winter, a good pair of gloves or mittens is an absolute must. Cold weather can make it difficult to stay connected though, which is why touchscreen-friendly designs have become all the rage lately.
One pair of touchscreen gloves is on sale now at Amazon Canada, ringing in at $16. Shoppers love the lightweight yet warm design of the TRENDOUX Anti Slip Touch Screen Gloves, as well as their affordable price tag.
Right now, shoppers can score a pair of these knit mittens from just $16, down from their regular price of $19.
Save 15%: Trendoux Anti Slip Touch Screen Gloves
These Trendoux gloves feature everything you could hope for in your winter gear. Sensitive conductive material on the thumbs, forefingers and middle fingers allows you to access the touchscreen of your smartphone, tablet, or other touch devices, while an anti-slip grip makes it easy to hold onto your tech.
They’re also made from a thick gauge knit and are finished with a soft brushed wool lining for added warmth. The unisex style is available in three sizes (medium, large and extra large) and come in a range of different colours.
'Functional and comfortable'
Backed by more than 50,000 customer reviews, these soft texting gloves are a hit among shoppers looking to protect their hands from the cold. Reviewers love that they are "quite warm" when compared to other lightweight gloves, with the grips being an added bonus during the winter.
"I love the grips on the palms and fingers," shared one reviewer who wore the gloves while "driving, holding grocery bags, opening icy car doors etc." Another added that the gloves are also "great for holding on to a dog leash."
"Very functional and comfortable," reads one review.
Shoppers have also been impressed that these gloves actually live up to their claims of being touchscreen-compatible.
One reviewer called them "the best touch screen gloves" they have had, while another said that they "fit well and [have] great touch screen ability."
If you’re planning on using these gloves on the coldest winter days, you may want to pair them with a thicker set of gloves or mittens to wear on top. Many reviewers shared that these gloves are not thick enough to hold up to the harshest Canadian weather conditions, particularly since they are made from a knit material and aren’t waterproof.
“Good for driving, not so good for outside,” noted one reviewer.
"Great fall/spring gloves, not for Canadian winters," added another.
Are they worth it?
Depending on how you’re planning to use these gloves, they’re certainly an affordable option that makes a great addition to your collection of winter accessories. As noted by many reviewers, they’re best when worn on chilly days that don’t involve too much contact with rain or snow.
Ideal for driving, walking the dog, or commuting, you can’t go wrong with these $16 touchscreen gloves.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.