Previewed on BBC Breakfast TV for keeping those hands and fingers warmer.
SMART PHONE friendly silver gloves - you don’t need to take the gloves off to use your phone.
This pack contains two pairs of our famous stretch to fit seamless 8% silver gloves. If you are constantly having cold hands or fingers from Raynaud’s, or you are having chemotherapy treatment or affected by diabetes, then this new duo pack of silver gloves could be a dream come true. They will help to keep the hands warmer and help ward off a Raynaud’s attack.
These fine knit seamless silver gloves either can be worn either on their own or as liners with outdoor gloves.
Recommended by SRUK.
The silver fibre is 100% natural and certified.
Wash instructions: The gloves can be hand washed at 30 degrees, flat dried and smoothed to shape without any loss of medical performance or comfort.
- 88% Combed Cotton
- 8% Silver Fibre
- 3% Polyamide
- 1% Elastane
codnt be without them!
Posted by Emily on 23rd Mar 2018
These gloves are the best for my raynauds- love that they are seem free which helps with sore fingers and they do keep my hands warmer than any other gloves I've tried. Just wish you did the 8% in black as well. Please don't ever stop selling these they save my life on a daily basis!
Posted by Amy on 20th Mar 2018
I rely on these gloves. It's so convenient to have warm gloves that are thin so you can still do things with your hands (like drive), and wear them with smart clothes without them looking too out of place. And if it's very cold, because they're not too bulky you can add another pair on top.
Good for cold Hands
Posted by Diana MacNee on 27th Feb 2018
These gloves have helped to keep my hands from getting very cold in the exceptional weather conditions that prevail at the moment. I wear them underneath a pair of thermal gloves. My hands do not feel warm but certainly not so cold either.
Best gloves .
Posted by Tony on 22nd Feb 2018
These gloves have been a god send. My fingers felt better
within a few days. I would highly recommend this product.
I still got Raynauds!
Posted by Leigh Connell on 12th Dec 2017
I bought two pairs, one for a friend and one for myself as we both suffer from Raynauds. I had wore the gloves a few times and they seemed fine, my hands were still cold but on one occasion the Raynauds conditions affected my fingers. Perhaps I need a stronger silver percentage in my glove. I just cannot get warmed and my hands, toes and nose are always cold.
Posted by Casey on 9th Feb 2017
Because degrees of affection vary from person to person it was always going to be difficult to rate or judge these gloves unless they were a runaway raging success.
Unfortunately they are not. Both my daughter and myself initially thought they might be working but had to reassess on our first day cycling in 6 degree centigrade weather. Unfortunately, despite having them under our normal gloves our fingers still froze.
In their favour, on an evening standing around and waiting, even though my hands were cold they did help them to warm back up, something I am rarely able to accomplish.
They are tactile and encourage use in situations where your hands would freeze in the normal course of activity but you can keep them on and they help. For more challenging circumstances however, the search goes on.
New pair every year
Posted by Natalie valentine on 5th Oct 2016
I've been wearing these gloves and the fingerless ones for the last 5 years, when I developed Raynauds.
They are invaluable and I keep a pair in my handbag, another pair in my coat pocket and fingerless ones at my desk!
They are fabulous, not too thick or thin and do exactly as they say and I wouldn't be without them, shopping driving....perfect.