Fingerless gloves 2 pairs for £1 at primark, good quality as well (also have normnal gloves 2 pairs for £1) Perfect in this weather. Instore. So cheap, its almost a five finger discount. - HotUKDeals
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I think these are 'back in fashion'

Quality is really good for the price tbh.

Much better than normal gloves if you want to operate elecctronics.

Same as what marvin wears in home alone lol.

But for the price you cannot go wrong, and everyone has a primark near them in this day and age i think.
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#1
Cant go wrong really
#2
fingerless gloves 2 for £1

it would be a bit rubbish if they said it was 1 glove for £1. X)

Edited By: Redfaction on Dec 22, 2010 11:31
2 Likes #3
nose-pickable friendly too :D
#4
LOL its 2 pairs for £1 better change it hahaha
#5
Had a few pairs of these last year. Theyre rubbish, thread comes undone at the end of the cut off fingers. Best to spend a bit more or go to b&m for a decent but cheap pair, they do loads of different ones and mine are still fine after a year.
#6
krato
Had a few pairs of these last year. Theyre rubbish, thread comes undone at the end of the cut off fingers. Best to spend a bit more or go to b&m for a decent but cheap pair, they do loads of different ones and mine are still fine after a year.
Fair point, but i bought some from primark about 3 months ago, they're still fine now and what more do you want for the price! Obviously something costing 2-3 times more will be a bit better quality.

Edited By: jay_leeds on Dec 22, 2010 12:18: spelling
1 Like #7
what is the point of fingerless gloves......what next

a hat with a hole in the top
shoes with no sole
socks that dont cover your feet
#8
I do love a good pun.

Heat added
#9
royals
what is the point of fingerless gloves......what nexta hat with a hole in the topshoes with no solesocks that dont cover your feet

Try them, you will like them!
3 Likes #10
I fnd that my fingers get cold in this style of gloves. Anybody got any tips? X)
#11
There's 'NO POINT' in these lol
1 Like #12
Good for any photographers out in the cold!
#13
zekespah
Got a couple from Primani in Liverpool - never did go out of fashion here. Came out, car on bricks. Merry scouser Xmas

They'l leave fingerprints though be careful

LOL at Primani
#14
I'm really not sure how I'd get on with these, anyone got any tips?
#15
Good the millions of people that work outside in cold weather where normal gloves are too restrictive :)
#16
royals
what is the point of fingerless gloves......what next

a hat with a hole in the top
shoes with no sole
socks that dont cover your feet


They keep your hands warm without impeding your dexterity. You won't loose much heat through your fingertips and by maintaining good circulation in the rest of your hand the ends of your fingers won't get cold.
#17
A must for iPhone users!

Normal gloves = no use of iPhone! :(
#18
To be honest you must be pretty thick not to know that these gloves have benifits.
#19
these are the trade off between warmth and dexterity.
#20
mamboboy
royals
what is the point of fingerless gloves....
touchscreen phones. ever tried to use one on a bus stop, etc with regular gloves on? not the most thrilling experience in the world... :P

whats a bus
2 Likes #21
In cold weather I wear thick stretchy polyester gloves as used under skiing mittens. You can get cheap Karrimor ones from Sports Direct or slightly better & pricey ones elsewhere. I have cold hands so even when it is not cold during the rest of the year I wear black silk gloves which weigh nothing and fold very small too. They also protects from catching cold and flu via germs in public transport. For basic functions silk gloves can be used with smartphones but nothing complicated and sometimes you have to press twice or more. I guess fingerless gloves have their esoteric uses.(_;)

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Merry Xmas & happy new year to all.
#22
Touchscreen phones
royals
what is the point of fingerless gloves......what next

a hat with a hole in the top
shoes with no sole
socks that dont cover your feet
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I guess for addicted smartphone users, one fingerless glove plus a normal glove would be better. Or better yet, buy a normal pair of gloves, cut a small hole in one index finger's fingerprint area only. Or even better, not cut it out but make a semi circular slit and fold the tip of that finger back over the fingernail to use the phone. My smartphone and other phones are usually switched off anyway. Peace. X)
2 Likes #24
dont know about you but its my fingers that get cold first - do they do finger only gloves
#25
i prefer mitts.
#26
synergy
A must for iPhone users!Normal gloves = no use of iPhone! :(
I saw "texting gloves" in Primark the other week and had to ask what they were. Apparently they have pads at the ends of the fingers to enable you to use touchscreens.

Me, I wear trusty Thinsulate gloves every winter as my hands are like icicles. Warm heart, though.. :)
#27
Fatcat bosses across the country will be donning these gloves as they plead 'poverty' to their staff.
#28
gez1967
Good for any photographers out in the cold!
Hmm, I read that as "pornographers".
#29
How much are Primarks cheapest regular gloves does anyone know? Sorry, for asking.

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