Nanotips turn any gloves into touch-screen gloves


You know what time of year it is? Spring. And you know what kind of product is perfect to launch in your store during spring? According to the folks at Reign23 who sent me the PR email, the perfect spring accessory is gloves. Warm, hand-toasting gloves.

Or rather, a dab-on liquid which turns any gloves into touchscreen-friendly gloves.

Nanotips looks like a little jar of nail polish or lip-gloss, and contains a liquid polyamide solution, impregnating your gloves with conductive goodness that will convey your finger’s fleshy intents through the barriers of wool, leather, cotton or anything else.

There are two kinds, one for fabrics and one for “everything else,” which means things like leather and rubber, and a bottle will cost you $20.

I’m in. Or I will be when things start to get cold again. Which in Germany could be aas soon as next week.

Source: Nanotips
Thanks: Sarah!


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