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Posted 19 May 2023

TouchGuard Blue Nitrile Disposable Gloves, Latex & Powder-Free, Box of 100, Extra Large £7.98 Delivered @ Amazon

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Just ordered my 4th Box of these over the years, cheapest they've been for a while and never had 1 split on me. I use them mostly for BBQ food handling and cutting up the cooked food from it.

There maybe some cheaper options, but I can testify to my experience, these are very robust gloves and do the job I need them to do

  • Lightweight construction for excellent tactile sensitivity and lower cost
  • Suitable for those with latex allergies (Type I)
  • Suitable for use with all foods
  • Moulds to the hand during use for a closer fit
  • Textured/Micro-Roughened fingertips for improved grip, particular in wet or oily conditions
  • Size: Extra Large
  • 100 gloves per box

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  1. SaymynameSaymyname's avatar
    Home Bargains £2.99
    Dealer-Wheeler's avatar
    Are they the same as these - as in Nitrile? A lot of the cheaper ones are vinyl. Asking, as for £2.99 I'd make a trip to my nearest Home Bargains.
  2. leeanne123's avatar
    You can get much cheaper on eBay - the last couple of boxes I bought I got 200 for £6 and £7. Just had a quick look at those I bought are now out of stock. This are slightly more at £8.95, but only £1 more for double the amount. ebay.co.uk/itm…689
    There may be cheaper, just wanted give a quick link. I'm often buying gloves, wear then whenever chopping food, cleaning etc
  3. daddybr00's avatar
    Do these size up smaller/tighter or larger? I have small hands so would probably not get away with XL size I’m guessing
    sotv's avatar
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    Wouldn't think so, I'd class myself as large hands and their good fit for me. Although my wife wears them as she doesn't like handling sticky BBQ food when eating it, and for that use they are fine on her small hands.

    Wouldn't think they'd be much use lifting a 5kg brisket or handling half a dozen racks of ribs on the grill or cutting them up, though if wearing them with small hands though as they'd definitely be a bit loose.
  4. thekingbeyond's avatar
    I get the Gen X gloves from amazon £4.97 for 100 XL
  5. RedXI's avatar
    far too expensive
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