Touchscreen Handschoenen – Geen Geklungel Met Je Handschoenen!

Touchscreen Handschoenen – Je Hoeft Nooit Meer Een Oproep Te Missen

Touchscreen HandschoenenEen touchscreen bedienen met handschoenen aan is bijna even moeilijk als een sleutel in het slot steken: zo goed als onmogelijk. Om te voorkomen dat je deze winter je iPhone moet bedienen met bevroren vingers in plaats van warme vingers hebben wij een oplossing gevonden: de iPhone touchscreen handschoenen.

Bekijk Hier De  Touchscreen Handschoenen

Dankzij de nieuwe PlayPoint technologie zorgt de handschoen ervoor dat er warmte doorgestuurd word naar je vingertoppen. Deze handschoenen hebben aan de vingertoppen van de duim, wijs- en middelvinger speciaal ingeweven stoffen.

Touchscreen Handschoenen


Hierdoor blijven je handen heerlijk warm, maar kan je toch met je iPhone Whatsapp’en, een ander liedje op te zetten of iemand  bellen met je handschoenen aan. En je kan ook met de Touchscreen handschoenen de iPad en vrijwel alle andere touchscreens bedienen.



Touchscreen Handschoenen



How to make iPhone Gloves

MAKE’s Becky Stern shows how to add conductive thread to gloves so you can use a capactive touchscreen (like the kind an iPhone uses) without removing your gloves.

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  • Bull Moose


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    • 11/18/2011 11:33 AM
  • monolithicx

    I did this with my motorcycle gloves.  I’m not sure if it was the thickness of the leather but I had to add several large loops of  thread inside the finger (and thumb) of the glove in order to make it conductive.  I’d also recommend using the device you’re doing this for and see where your finger contacts the touch-screen.

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    • 11/18/2011 11:42 AM
  • PaulR

    As a Canadian who actually lives somewhere where it gets pretty cold, where gloves are needed, and where we get lots of snow (For example: when NYC got 4 in of powder last year, we were getting 12 inches of heavy snow every week for six weeks…) and where we STILL didn’t call it ‘snowmageddon’, I say:  Suck it up!   If your face can take the cold air, your hands can.

    In still air, unless it’s below -15degC, you can very safely take your gloves off for a few minutes to make a call.  If it’s windy enough for wind chill to make a difference, there’s no point in making a call.

    We all really need to expand the range of environments we experience so that our brain’s/body’s reference points can  be reset.  We all live lives that are too, too coddled.

    I’d bet that ‘Don’t Tread on Me’-tough-guy Texans would ever do what these Russians are about to do:…

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    • 11/18/2011 11:55 AM
  • noah django

    not so fast, internet tough guy.  dudes like you visit/move to Atlanta and moan about how hot it is every summer, and it’s not anything compared to, say, SE Asia.

    you’re acclimated to where you grew up.  nobody’s impressed.

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    • 11/18/2011 01:08 PM
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  • Antinous / Moderator

    you’re acclimated to where you grew up

    After a decade in Palm Springs, I’m breaking up the furniture for firewood when it goes under 85°, but I can go out in 110° without breaking a sweat.

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    • 11/18/2011 03:20 PM
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  • GlenBlank

    I grew up in Phoenix, AZ, so when I moved to Los Angeles, I was tempted to mock Angelenos who complained about how hot it was when the mercury hit 90F.

    But then I realized that 90F was unpleasantly hot – and the fact that I had once lived somewhere where it got not just unpleasantly hot, but stupidly hot, didn’t change that.

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    • 11/18/2011 01:30 PM
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  • PaulR

    Minus 32, Tap, times 5, tap, divide by 9, tap, equals…32 degC.  Yeah, that’s kinda/pretty hot.

    Yeah, just like Montreal in July: 30-35 degrees Celsius, RH 90-95%.  I used to go to judo class at the un-airconditionned dojo on those really hot, really humid days, just to go sweat.  I’d usually drop 7-8 lbs in an hour and a half.  Good times.

    In late January to early February, for two weeks, Montreal gets the same numbers but negative.  Something like around minus 25 degF.

    One of my customers in Montreal was from Cameroon.  He thought Canadians were all crazy: “It doesn’t get hot like this back home!  And it’s not humid!  And then it’s freezing in the winter.  I’ll be glad to get back to some normal weather.”

    Yeah, so a little snow, a little cold, a little heat, a little humidity; I don’t complain.

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    • 11/18/2011 02:10 PM
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  • GlenBlank

    I don’t complain.

    Oh, yeah – not much, you don’t. :-)Seriously, all this manly-man bluster about coddled little wussies who want to use their phones without having to take their gloves off is really nothing but disguised whining about how YOU have it SO much tougher than they do – but hey, you’re a manly man, so you don’t complain (much!).

    The part I left off my previous post was that,  not only did I come to realize that ‘unpleasantly hot’ was still unpleasant no matter how stupidly hot it got where I came from; I also came to understand that when I mocked people for being uncomfortable, I came off like a dick.

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    • 11/19/2011 12:48 AM
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  • Ann, Brooklyn ex-pat, now in the Midwest.

    You’re an idiot.  I live in Iowa, where it is colder than NYC, and gloves are important.  Stop with the peen waving nonsense “I can take the cold better than you” nonsense.  Besides, people do more than make phone calls with iPhones.  Why not do it and be comfortable?  Maybe you’re just not outside enough to notice the cold? Also, NYC got a lot more than 4 inches last year, I think they even beat us for snow, which is quite a lot (I used to live in NYC).

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    • 11/18/2011 07:17 PM
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  • BrotherPower

    This is cool. Back when I did custom leatherwork full-time, I’d have the same problem due to calluses on my actual fingertips. I could have used an implantable version.

  • EH

    The “tails” inside the fingers don’t seem to be anchored, won’t they get scrunched up?

    The first thing I thought about was using staples (not sure if they’re conductive) or snaps.

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