Ove Glove

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Ove Glove

The Ove Glove will protect you from painful burns while you work in the kitchen. Hot pans and sizzling skillets can create danger and you do not want to risk touching them with something that may not protect your hands.

The Ove Glove is made from an outer layer of DuPont Nomex and Kevlar which are actually the same materials used in a firefighter’s glove. The two materials combined make the Ove Glove exceptionally heat resistant, withstanding temperatures up to a high 480 degrees Fahrenheit.

With the Ove Glove you will be able to hold onto really hot kitchen items for much longer and keep your hands much safer from burns. And it even helps protect your fingers while you are grilling during BBQ season.

Ove Glove Features:

  • Five fingered flexible grip
  • Can be used on right or left hand
  • Inner layer made of soft cotton
  • Machine washable

Offer Includes:

  • 1 Ove Glove

 

Review by:
floshideaway
05 August 2011
Picked those up at a discount store at a price that was hard to resist. I was very impressed with them and went back for another set the next week to give my daughter. I love them and use them all the time.
Review by:
Deborah Desjardins
21 February 2011
I Never saw anything like it, I am so impressed, I would go out of my way to get another of the ove glove. Haven't felt this in awe of anything before. We call it the miracle glove. We have (in the past) gotten so many burns when putting logs in the fire. Absolutely a safety glove, to us. The stores are all out of the glove around here but we won't stop until we get another. really worth bragging about to our friends love it love. Its should be called the love glove, because you'll love it, if you use it.
Review by:
cheryl
27 September 2009
The original Ove Glove w/blue grips on it is great. The New Improved with yellow isn't as good. I could feel the heat through the glove. I should have returned it but I couldn't find another Orignal at the time. I just found one yesterday in Walgreens. This New and Improved, like the saying goes, "if it aint broke don't try and fix it.