BearTek launches gloves with built-in bluetooth

New —and awesome— for the 2013/14 season, BearTek Gloves have arrived. Boasting constant connectivity to any and all technological devices, the gloves allow you to answer the phone or change your music without physically touching your phone/iPod.

“No more stopping, digging your phone out, taking your gloves off to answer your phone or change your playlist. No more slowing down your run or dropping your phone in the snow while you dig it out.

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More info in the press release from BearTek, below:

DALLAS – September 9, 2013 – BearTek Gloves are an evolution of wearable technology specifically designed for outdoor enthusiasts to make their adventures safer, more enjoyable and uninterrupted by integrating Bluetooth capabilities into a premium glove. BearTek Gloves will premiere with a limited quantity release on September 9th and with a global launch on October 21st.

“We can’t wait for motorcyclists, skiers and snowboarders to enjoy unlimited music and phone control on the lift and on the road with our innovatively designed wearable technology,” said Willie Blount, founder and CEO of Blue Infusion Technologies. “BearTek gloves are carefully crafted and designed to allow seamless connectivity of incoming calls and control of your tunes so the sport becomes the primary activity again.”

Maryland-based Blue Infusion Technologies is announcing the limited release of BearTek Gloves on September 9th. (www.beartekgloves.com). This premier release is intended to let early adopters enjoy premium pricing before the rush of the full launch. This is the must have gear of the year, with built-in technology that allows anyone participating in action sports that require gloves to focus on the sport, not their device. BearTek Gloves operate by tapping thumb to various finger touchpads embedded along the sides of the fingers to send a signal to your device that is safely tucked away.

“BearTek Gloves transform your hand into an innovative remote control that gives everyone the convenience, connectivity and ease of operating their phone and music wherever they are, whether on the mountain or on the open road,” said Tarik Rodgers, partner and COO of Blue Infusion Technologies. “It’s no longer necessary to fumble around or to stop your activity in order to maneuver the phone. You can do all of that now with a simple finger tap – now every other glove is obsolete.”

The premium luxury gloves made with high-quality waterproof liners provide warmth and protection from the elements. Inside the cuff of these gloves is the patent pending Bluetooth wireless sync module technology which is the core of the one-of-a-kind finger-touch control system. Once fully charged the module provides up to 80 hours of battery life. By touching the touchpads users can play or pause music, skip forward/back, fast forward/rewind and accept or reject incoming phone calls. BearTek Gloves are also compatible with Bluetooth headsets and helmets and are designed for easy system upgrades through the patent pending removable module that is interchangeable between current and future versions of the BearTek Glove line.

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