With the overnight weather hitting -4 degrees, winter has most
certainly arrived. While there are many touchscreen gloves on the market, many
only provide a moderate amount of protection from the cold.
The Mujjo insulated touchscreen gloves offer a level of protection from the cold that many can’t compete with, thanks to the 3M Thinsulate protection. Furthermore, Mujjo was the first company to develop 5-finger touchscreen-enabled glove. This time around, the fabric is impregnated with a highly conductive treatment, before being sewn into a slim, stretchy profile to fit your hand. It works all the time, every time.
Mujjo does two versions of this glove with the standard
insulated model which retails for £44.95 on Amazon or for additional protection
there is the double-insulated model for £54.95.
The outer layer of the gloves is a stretch knit fabric giving
them a bit more of a utilitarian look over the more aesthetic knitted style.
The touch functionality works just as you would expect; you can use your phone without taking your gloves off. While the touch functionality itself works perfectly well, the thick insulated design of these is a little impractical for anything other than the most basic of functions. While it is possible to type out a text, it is a little challenging with the sausage fingers the gloves create.
For walking, I have found these capable of keeping my hands
warm in all the winter conditions so far, if anything they are perhaps a little
too warm most of the time.
I have been using these daily on my cycle to the gym, and
they have been perfect for this, keeping most of the wind off my fingers during
the ride. On particularly cold and windy days I do feel a chill coming through,
so for longer rides, or a very cold environment, the wind-resistant double
insulated model would be a better choice.
£45 seems a bit steep for gloves most competing options lack
the level of insulator these offer, nor do they offer full touch control with
any part of your hand.
Overall, if you are looking for the best protection from cold weather, while still being able to use your phone, these are well worth considering.
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