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Posted 22nd Aug

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Tough, general purpose gloves suitable for an extensive variety of applications. Crinkle latex coating gives excellent grip and durability. Seamless, 13 gauge knitted polyester liner is lightweight, soft and comfortable.

  • For General Handling
  • Elasticated Cuffs
  • Breathable Back
  • Seamless Lining
  • Straight Thumb
  • Hand Wash
  • Lightweight
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always keep in his original bag and then in an extra dark bag or will malt in a matter of 1 year or 2
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Thanks OP picked up 5 pairs local.
Bowler_man22/08/2019 14:32

Thanks OP picked up 5 pairs local.


Always handy to have a few pairs in
always keep in his original bag and then in an extra dark bag or will malt in a matter of 1 year or 2
I'm not sure if these are the same quality but I got 24 on Amazon for £12 a wile back. decent for quite a few jobs where you need to feel what you are doing like nuts and bolts etc.. and grip is good for paving slabs and tiles etc...

amazon.co.uk/COA…8-6
Large is to small for most imo.. I don't have big hands but the large is to tight for me to work in
ws00722/08/2019 14:58

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/24-Pairs-100-NITRILE-COATED-Nylon-Work-Gloves-Builders-Gardening-Grip/233205577031?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&var=532704674962&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649


find this type to be too hot.
Thanks OP, picked up a couple of pairs.

Update: Screwfix couldn’t fit either pair (I reserved last two) so I got refunded, oh well, no great loss.
Edited by: "Andy_Green" 22nd Aug
pounland sell similar ones as gardening gloves but only one size which are M/L-ish size
Are they better than the arco brand ?
ws00722/08/2019 14:58

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/24-Pairs-100-NITRILE-COATED-Nylon-Work-Gloves-Builders-Gardening-Grip/233205577031?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&var=532704674962&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649


Those ones aren't hand washable. The screwfix ones are.
Edited by: "dz1" 23rd Aug
bazray22/08/2019 14:59

I'm not sure if these are the same quality but I got 24 on Amazon for £12 …I'm not sure if these are the same quality but I got 24 on Amazon for £12 a wile back. decent for quite a few jobs where you need to feel what you are doing like nuts and bolts etc.. and grip is good for paving slabs and tiles etc...https://www.amazon.co.uk/COATED-GLOVES-SAFETY-DURABLE-BUILDERS/dp/B019G5PPB8/ref=sr_1_6?keywords=24+gloves&qid=1566482150&s=gateway&sr=8-6


Doesn't look like those ones are the same quality as the Screwfix ones. Look at the top review on Amazon complete with photo. They didn't last him a day.
Edited by: "dz1" 23rd Aug
Also good for grip in the gym💪
Large

They're all large, medium can be found if lucky... But anyone ever see a small glove for work?
Home Bargains sell some for £1 which are very good. Hot for these, too!
Pokora22/08/2019 16:06

Are they better than the arco brand ?


Wouldn't say so, but you pay more for Arco so you get nicer gloves.
I have used these for dumping bricks and rubble into a skip and general DIY. They're good, but your hand will start to sweat after a while. My hands are medium in size, but I purchased Large and they fit fine.

Hot for me!
Krizzo323/08/2019 07:28

https://www.engelbert-strauss.co.uk/coated-work-gloves-latex/latex-knitted-gloves-senso-grip-2100740-7613507-0.htmlI recommend these altough for £1 screwfix ones should be fine


They look nice but it's £5 delivery
can i use these on a bbq and handling hot coals ?
wayners22/08/2019 15:20

Large is to small for most imo.. I don't have big hands but the large is …Large is to small for most imo.. I don't have big hands but the large is to tight for me to work in


toooooooooooooooooo
dz123/08/2019 01:14

Doesn't look like those ones are the same quality as the Screwfix ones. …Doesn't look like those ones are the same quality as the Screwfix ones. Look at the top review on Amazon complete with photo. They didn't last him a day.


I haven't used the Screwfix ones, I think it really depends on what you want them for. I only use mine for diy jobs and jobs on the car and they work fine for me. I have one other pair of heavy duty rigger gloves for the hard wearing stuff but being thicker you lose feel for fiddly jobs so I use the ogrifox ones for that.
bobo5322/08/2019 14:53

always keep in his original bag and then in an extra dark bag or will malt …always keep in his original bag and then in an extra dark bag or will malt in a matter of 1 year or 2


Are you assuming the gloves' gender? Be careful, you'll be up in court soon the way this country is going.
MrMak23/08/2019 11:03

They look nice but it's £5 delivery


I usually order together with workwear
Dantooine23/08/2019 12:35

toooooooooooooooooo


I get my too and to mixed up.. Spelling police know what's correct though but that's a job I won't be doing in this life
Not currently available to Click & Collect, for me most places
Ordered 3 pairs, only had three in stock... got a call out of stock, will upgrade to the dearer ones for the same price! Result!!!
slliw23/08/2019 11:34

can i use these on a bbq and handling hot coals ?


They are not fire resistant
DuckDuck8623/08/2019 06:49

Large They're all large, medium can be found if lucky... But anyone …Large They're all large, medium can be found if lucky... But anyone ever see a small glove for work?


The ones in the post below your's are a small size.
freyabo25/08/2019 03:29

The ones in the post below your's are a small size.


Thanks for the I go, actually have bought those before, had forgot.

I love that company, not used them in ages as I don't so field work anymore. I'll keep them in mind if I buy anything, but don't need anything and delivery is a too much for just gloves.

There cloth sizing is odd if I recall for tops/jackets tho.... And the amount they must spend on those shiny catelogs 🙃
Local pound shop has been selling these things for a quid for years (national chain, can't remember the name).

Quality is no worse than the 'brand ' ones.

Good price for the screwfix maybe, but in general nothing special
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