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Question: What Are The Best Winter BlackBerry Gadget Gloves? 2010-11 Edition

StucktopoleWe have covered this topic a few times before but another year has passed and once again I am on the hunt for a good pair of gloves that don’t limit my BlackBerry use. I lost my Outdoor Designs KonaGrip gloves that I used and recommended last year and my current set of Banana Republic gloves are not cutting it. Every time I pick up my Torch I have to vice grip it or they slip right through the BR gloves. I went through the Gadget Gloves round up that David did last year and could not find any that suited my tastes.

So before I head out and buy another pair of KonaGrip gloves I thought I would throw the question out to all of you. What do you think is the best winter BlackBerry gadget gloves for this season? Let me know in the comments.

I did find a nice roundup by the Mashable team on winter gloves and I definitely will be keeping them in consideration. Let me know if you find more!
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  1. Hello.

    Please excuse my making contact in this manner however we are the UK distributor for a product called the ‘Bayalink Liberty Key’ (a BlackBerry accessory) I wonder if you might be interested in showcasing it on your website as a unique gadget of interest to the BlackBerry user?

    I would be very happy to have an exploratory discussion in more detail if of interest.


    Don Innis

    • “Unique gadget”? It looks like just another version of Tethering for BB to me, but $10 more.

      I think any glove with a convertible thumb will do. That way, the glove isn’t limited to BB and can be used for other activities such as hitchhiking and Fonzie impressions.

      For my winter-running, I have the Saucony Ulti-Mitt II’s that could work as a BB glove: If you click on “additional views,” you can see that it frees up the thumb and pointer. And, it comes with a snazzy LED that every BB user needs lol.

  2. I have a non-touch BB, but I own a pair of the Northface E-Tip gloves mainly to use with the iPod Touch. These gloves are totally useless with the BB and while they do the job for the iPod Touch, beware if you have smallish hands. While I’m a dude, Northface’s regular gloves in the past would fit me nicely in the S size. Recently and especially with these gloves, I have them in XS and they still have too much room in the tips so at times it gets annoying.

  3. Hi. No, not at all. With respect, it is not tethering. For the enterprise user, it is 100% secure and everything goes through the BES (including all policies ~ which will be applied to the virtualised image). There is nothing like it out there. If you feel there is, perhaps you could let me know of similar solutions. At the instance the device is removed from the ‘dummy’ terminal, all trace information is lost and cannot be retrieved.

    If you care to provide an email address, I would be happy to provide supporting information, including further details as is necessary.

    Thanks for your attention.



  4. I wish you well with your product, but you are technically spamming. Not a very professional way to go about advertising or requesting potential input on your distributed product. There is a Contact Us button for the website on the desktop site.

    I bet you Googled “BlackBerry and gadget” and found this blog post. 😉

  5. Apologies. I was initially under the impression that this was the correct route to make an approach.

    I have now redirected my approach.

  6. Did you find a decent pair yet Ronen? Probably didn’t need ’em in Israel, and boy did you pick a good time to be away from NYC, but it’ll be cold when you get back!!!

  7. i told my gf i was interested in one of these and she told me i was insane lol

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