Touchscreen Cut Resistant Gloves

My friends at Radians continue to roll out some very useful glove innovations and they haven’t disappointed me yet. The latest model that I’ve tested is the new RWG-532 Touchscreen Cut Resistant Coated Grip Gloves. 
The touchscreen sensitivity is superb and they test out at an EN388 – 4,3,4,3. Level 3 cut resistance. The price is modest, too. 
The biggest advantage is that these gloves improve productivity and keeps the user protected by allowing use of touchscreen devices without having to remove their gloves. 
Go to the link below and see them in action since we posted a You Tube video link in the product details. 

A few compelling reasons to switch to the new Radians Microdot Nitrile Gripper Gloves

Coated work gloves represent the most popular segment in our industrial and work glove business. In fact, this glove category has grown by double digits each year for over 10 years. I’ve seen many companies attempt to enter this category but they have failed due to quality, performance, and/or price reasons. I associate this glove category to the global smartphone arena. 
One company that has successfully managed to get a grip on the coated glove market this year is the Radians Company. The main reason is that Radian’s glove guru, Dan Branson, designs gloves for workers that wear gloves 10 hours a day, never sacrificing dexterity, comfort, or protection. To me, that’s a great benchmark for glove design and it meets my personal “3-F” glove threshold to make gloves that fit, feel, and function better than the others on the market. 
I encourage you to consider one of the two new Radians Coated Glove models on your next order. I can assure you that you won’t be disappointed and you will actually save some money, too. Imagine that! 
Choose from the standard RWG-11 Palm Coated Model or the RWG-12 – ¾ Coated Model. The images link to the gloves on our web site.