Check this out: Nanotips makes all gloves touchscreen compatible

Introducing, the end of the uber-expensive touch-screen compatible glove. Tony Yu, an entrepreneur in Vancouver who decided one day he was sick of pulling off his gloves to check his texts, has created a liquid solution called Nanotips that can apparently make any pair of gloves touchscreen friendly. A “conductive polyamide liquid solution,” Nanotips mimics the touch of human skin, meaning you’ll never have to take off your gloves, or invest in a higher price-point pair, to stay connected again.


Check out Nanotips’ Kickstarter page and see for yourself…


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