It’s winter time, so we all need ways to protect our hands, and simultaneously be able to get to our phones. There are a ton of touchscreen gloves out there, but how many of them fit properly, or are made of a material that you like? If you already have a pair of gloves, wouldn’t it be nice if you could just convert them?
It looks as though that is now possible through the sciency-goodness of AnyGlove. This is a chemical that you drop on to the fingertips of your gloves and rub in. After that, you’ll be able to use touchscreens all over the place. Sadly, this isn’t a permanent solution, but it will work for about one week with heavy use. This costs around $15, which isn’t too bad, but it would likely cost the same to just get a new pair of touchscreen gloves (even if it’s just so you can sew the fingertips on to your favorite gloves).