AnyGlove Said To Be “Revolutionary” Touchscreen Technology For Your Gloves

/ 3 years ago


Since winter is almost here, some of us are confronted with the issue of using our smartphones with gloves. For those of you who want to use your smartphone outside with your favourite gloves, it appears that a product might just be a life saver.

AnyGlove is said to be a “revolutionary” touchscreen glove technological breakthrough. It comes in a 15ml bottle and contains around 550 drops that can be applied on almost any glove. Made in the USA, it is said to last as long as a couple of months or more, depending on the glove.

Having a look at the ratings and what people have to say, the theoretical point of view does not mix with the practical, since a lot of people are complaining that it does not work on their gloves or lasts as long as a day or two. However, most, if not all gloves stated not to work are leather/biker gloves and no actual feedback on it working or not with textile clothes. To be noted is that feedbacks sometimes do not  necessarily describe the product quality.

Whether it works or not, you just have to try it for yourself and see. For those of you who are willing to try it out, the AnyGlove can be found on Amazon at a price tag of £12.44.

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  • Paul

    Didn’t really do what it said it will do, and I’ve tried it with multiple pairs of my gloves. I rarely got a response from my screen on the first swipe. I would recommend others to get a special pre-made pair or use Nanotips (, which is similar but uses nano-technology for much better conductivity.