The Writer’s Glove Makes List of Best “Desktop Hacks”

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What a nice surprise it was to see The Writer’s Glove show up on Laptops to Lullabies, where it was featured as one of five “Weird-but-Awesome Desktop Hacks.” The site is operated by Heather Laura Clarke, a newspaper journalist and blogger in Canada. It doesn’t get much better than that!

Clarke wrote:

They’re thin silk gloves that fit snugly and you can still type normally — even on touchscreens like my iPhone. They’re 20 bucks, U.S., and come with free shipping. I have the extra-small size and they’re fantastic.

The article is full of other terrific “hacks” helpful for anyone who puts in a lot of keyboard time. I especially like number five, seeing as how I drop my iPhone about as many times a day. Read the full article here.



Pics: Customers Wearing The Writer’s Glove

Since I can’t slip a pair of The Writer’s Glove onto your hands in-person via the magic of the Internet (someone get on that), I figured to share with you some pics of customers wearing these gloves. You’ll notice right away what makes The Writer’s Glove different from fingerless gloves that also try to keep your hands warm while you type on a keyboard. It’s not fingerless!

Check ’em out:

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The silk material conforms to your hand to make it easier to “feel” the keys on the keyboard as you type.
Typing gloves for cold hands when writing on keyboards
Don’t forget that the index fingers are touchscreen compatible, so you can work a smartphone without removing the gloves.
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The palm and fingers of the gloves are coated with a light grip. Don’t worry, it’s not tacky. It’s designed to keep the gloves from slipping on keys and other objects.

And don’t forget about this terrific video from a customer who filmed herself typing with the gloves on:

If you’d like to try The Writer’s Glove for yourself, I’d be happy to send a pair out to you. I never charge shipping when you order from me directly.


All Sizes Back in Stock – Keep Cold Hands and Fingers Warm While Typing on Keyboard

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The Writer’s Glove can’t guarantee you won’t make typos, but it can keep your hands and fingers warm while you type them.

The word on the street is that all sizes of The Writer’s Glove, the glove that keeps your hands and fingers warm while writing on a keyboard, are back in stock. I overheard this rumor personally while blocking traffic in the middle of the street while chasing the gutter spout that the wind blew off our house, it having been hollered at me from a vehicle tailgating my sneakers, but I digress.

Pardon my warped sense of humor. I sell gloves online. It takes a sense of humor to do this.

Anyway, it really is true. Gloves in every size (extra small, small, medium and large) are available here.

As always, shipping is free, but if you’re outside of the United States you should be aware that extra fees may still apply. Some customers are mistaking “free shipping” with “free delivery.” I only cover the cost of shipping, which is usually a few bucks. That gets your purchase to your local post office. If your area imposes additional fees related to making a purchase for a product originating in the United States, that is on you.

I don’t like those extra fees any more than you do, but I also have zero say in how your country handles these things. If I did, I wouldn’t be in the glove business.

I hope the first few weeks of 2017 have been good to you. Enjoy your gloves!


Click here to order a pair of The Writer’s Gloves for yourself. If you’d like to see what customers are saying about these gloves, check out their reviews here.