Glove Tip conductive tactile chip to use a touch screen with gloves

Have a connected winter with glove tip.
  • Have a connected winter with glove tip.
  • Have a connected winter with glove tip.
  • Have a connected winter with glove tip.
  • Have a connected winter with glove tip.
  • Have a connected winter with glove tip.
  • Have a connected winter with glove tip.
  • Have a connected winter with glove tip.
  • dimensions : Ø12mm (female) Ø7.5mm (male) H6.3mm
  • weight : 0.7g
  • sold in pairs (to use 2 fingers!)
  • designed, manufactured and packaged in France

FAITES VOTRE CHOIX :

Glove Tip, tactile chips for gloves, the pair - 14.90 € TTC

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3 good reasons

  • you are sensitive to the cold but nevertheless feel the frequent need to consult your smart phone, rain, hail or shine
  • you adore gloves but equally adore your tactile toy, and have recently discovered the true incompatibility of your iPhone® with your nice woollen gloves
  • you drive two-wheelers, have developed the sound habit of wearing leather gloves, and it is as important for you to be able to look at the itinerary whilst waiting at a red light as it is to pull away quickly when the light turns to green

how does it work?

It is simple, but not that simple:

  • touch screen devices need the static electricity of your skin to operate
  • designed with conductive materials compatible with the skin, the Glovetip® passes on the static electricity of your finger, through your glove, to your precious mobile phone screen
  • as precise as a stylus
  • easy to fix to gloves

Yet again, a video is better than long speeches:

Pose de la puce conductive pour manipuler les écrans tactiles avec des gants Glovetip mode d'emploi

Spelt out in full:

Before fixing the Glove tip on your glove, locate the precise contact zone between the finger of your glove and the touch screen: the tip of your finger may seem more efficient than the flat of your last phalanx. Fixing a Glove Tip on the thumb of each glove seems to be a strategic choice for a number of users.

 

  1. put in the female part comfortably inside the glove, taking care of previously choosing one of your two agile fingers on the touch screen
  2. drive the male part into the female part, rather like a lapel pin: your first finger is functional. Repeat the operation with your second strategic finger.
  3. magical: your smart phone complies with your requests through the gloves!

details

Chi is a designer. He is Australian. Jo works with designers to design products. Jo is French. Chi and Jo meet up, and invent the GloveTip. We first met Chi: very nice guy. Chi has gone, and brought back Jo, his business partner. Also very nice. They are above all very clever. They set up Chi&Jo.

It took us more time than they did to understand that this product is simply brilliant.

Because being able to use your smart phone with gloves is a real solution to an everyday doldrum (especially if you live in Canada or in Adélie Land)!

extras

functionality - you keep control over your smart phone in winter

simplicity - a simple as well as high-tech product with immediate benefits

French and brilliant - at LaPaDD we like creative and entrepreneurial characters, who manufacture their products in France