April 08, 2012
Digits — "Stay warm, stay connected"
An alternative to gloves with integrated conducting pads.
From the website:
Don’t let the cold keep you from your connections.
Digits are mini conductive pins that attach to the gloves you already have so you can use electronic touch screen devices — like smartphones and MP3 players — even when it's below zero.
How to attach:
1. Using the included intra-finger insertion tool (below),
place the back (with post) side of the Digit inside the fingertip of the glove and push it through.
2. Twist the other side of the Digit onto the post (below).
3. Attach Digits to as many fingers on the glove(s) as desired.
Digits are made of conductive silicone with a metal pin on the back for attaching to your glove.
Pack of four: $11.99 (gloves not included).
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This seems like a lot of work where a couple of stitches of metallic thread would do.
Posted by: Scott | Apr 9, 2012 8:43:27 AM
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