Posted on November 02, 2010
For Immediate Release
October 21, 2010
In the past, busy moms were seen biting off gloves and stuffing them into a pocket just in time to miss a phone call! No more.. Agloves keep hands warm and work brilliantly on capacitive touch screen devices such as: iPhone, Droid X, Samsung, Tom-Tom GPS system, Barnes and Nobel Nook, ATM, grocery store checkout, iPad, iPod, MP3 player, Palm Pre, Blackberry Storm, Zune HD, Flip HD & other cameras…
Jennifer Spencer, a 51-year-old Boulder, Colo. mom and notorious complainer of cold hands, resorted to answering her iPhone with her nose last winter after finding that her gloved hands failed.
Spencer, along with many of the 85 million reported iPhone users and 160,000 new Android users each day, wanted a very simple thing: A glove that worked on her phone during the winter months.
So she got busy, and invented one. Now, as president and founder of Agloves – one of the latest touch screen glove companies to hit the market – Spencer feels certain she won’t be missing any calls, or have trouble texting this winter. Agloves are snug-fitting gloves or liners knitted with silver-nylon yarn. The gloves allow wearers to use any touch screen device, including iPhones, Androids or Samsung phones even in winter.
Agloves delivers 10-finger functionality, precision texting and warmth. And the Agloves team believes they have the best product on the market, sensibly priced at $17.99. “Agloves are an affordable holiday gift for people who love technology,” says Spencer.
“In a touch screen world, why would anyone opt to buy non-touch screen gloves?” says Spencer who was shocked to find the glove industries seemingly sluggish upkeep with modern day technology. “Agloves are essentially an everyday glove facelift. These are gloves that keep up with the touch screen technology.”