Monday, January 5, 2015

NiTex P-200 Nitrile Foam Coated Gloves By Advanced Gloves Review


Believe us when we say that the NiTex P-200 is the best overall work glove on the market today. Its tight fit provides the tactile sensitivity needed for even the most delicate of tasks while it's revolutionary nitrile-foam coating provides breathbility and long-lasting grip.

It's the glove of choice for all general workers including but not limited to: plumbers, electricians, warehouse employees, construction workers, USPS employees, HVAC workers, and so on.

Need a P-200 but also need to make sure you stay visible? Get a pair of NiTex P-12's and get all the benefits of having a P-200 with the added visibility.

Common applications: the P-200 and P-12 are great general work gloves and have been used in construction, manufacturing, electrical, HVAc, plumbing, automotive, engineering and even quilting. Use them for anything, as long as it is not a high-heat situation.
The NiTex P-200 Nitrile Foam Coated Gloves has a snug fit which I really like. It doesn't feel uncomfortable and I like how I can still grip and turn papers and hold small things without difficulty. It is warm to wear during winter months but doesn't make my hands sweat (I have a bit of sweaty hands). One thing I don't like about wearing gloves is the "weird gloved feeling" on my hands but the NiTex P-200 is comfortable BUT not stylish, okay maybe a bit stylish in its own way. I can wear this when I drive and gives me a firm grip on the steering wheel.

I like this pair of gloves and I like the comfort and warmth it gives me. It may not be stylish but it's great for everyday use. It's durable and haven't loosened up yet.

You can visit the NiTex Website to learn more about their other products.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a sample for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I tried personally and believe will be good for my readers. No other form of compensation was received. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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