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Mujjo intros Leather Touchscreen Gloves

updated 04:48 am EST, Wed November 28, 2012

Mujjo reveals leather gloves for touchscreen devices

Mujjo has introduced Leather Touchscreen Gloves that make them ideal for navigating touchscreen devices. In order to get the leather gloves to work properly on touchscreens, Mujjo has treated the leather gloves with a nanotechnology that allows the gloves to mimic the conductive properties of human skin. The Ethiopian lambskin leather has also been treated so that it is wind and waterproof, while the inside incorporates a soft wool lining.

The Mujjo gloves include an adjustable wrist strap and are finished in a matte leather look. They are also resistant to microbes and offer users both warmth and the promise of hygeine despite repeated and regular use. As with all Mujjo products, they have been hand-made and crafted from premium materials in Holland.

The Mujjo leather touchscreen gloves are retailing for 130 plus shipping to international destinations. They are currently available in black only.




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  1. armwt

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    And only $165! Woohoo! Should go just right with my Tumi iPhone case, while I drink my $7 coffee...

  1. trevj

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    You've gotta love that these $160 leather gloves have a "leather look." What?!? No woodgrain?

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