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More Ways to Make Your Gloves Touch Screen Sensitive, Even Without Nanotips

Hello March! While some of you have put on light clothes to celebrate spring, there are still some people wrapping themselves up for the chilly weather, especially in New York. Days ago, we shared a Kickstarter project, Nanotips, a solution to the dilemma of keeping your hands inside gloves when you use your touch screen phone. Nanotips is a compound liquid that you can apply to your gloves’ tips to make them touch screen-friendly. However, the project has already ended, and you can no longer pre-order from the page.

Don’t worry! Keep calm and stay cozy. We found two more ways to turn your gloves into touch screen-friendly ones.

Option 1: Buy AnyGlove

Buy AnyGlove(TM), which works the same as Nanotips according to the product description. It also has two versions for you to choose: AnyGlove For Leather, and AnyGlove Original Formula. It’s available on Amazon for $20.

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Option2: Do It Yourself – Have fun with needlework!

To get started, you’ll need scissors, a needle, and some conductive thread (available on Amazon for around $10). Then, enjoy a fun tutorial I found on Grathio Labs to see how to put them together with your gloves. Leave a comment if you like it. Let us know if your glove tips work on the touch screen.

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  1. Nanotips are weird and have a really weird smell. Anyglove has been around way longer. Team Anyglove all the way!

    • “Nanotips are weird and have a really weird smell. Anyglove has been around way longer. Team Anyglove all the way!”

      Wow! What an intelligent comment. Good thing anyglvoe isn’t weird.

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