Mujjo Launches Leather Touchscreen Gloves

Posted November 27, 2012 at 6:57pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 6904 views

Mujjo has announced the release of Leather Touchscreen Gloves that work with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Our leather gloves work flawlessly with almost every touchscreen, enabled by revolutionary nanotechnology; integrated into the leather to mimic the conductive properties of the human skin.

The glove has two press studs on the heel to which the leather strap can be fastened depending on wrist size of the user. The matte finishing of the leather, the sophisticated matte black leather button and the slant line on the heel of the glove contribute to a well balanced minimal but unique look. Made from the finest Ethiopian lambskin, known for offering the best isolation properties of any kind of leather.


The gloves are now available to pre-order for €129.95 and they ship on December 12th.

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russelll - November 28, 2012 at 2:57am
Good luck trying to dial a number or enter text with those gloves.
Marius - November 27, 2012 at 8:45pm
Joe, obviously you're just a little bit retarded since you cannot make a difference between your Kia and a classic one!Stupid arse!
Joe - November 27, 2012 at 7:16pm
What kind of shit cars are those? Look at the interior
sugar - November 27, 2012 at 7:01pm
I don't think driving was the best choice for their advertisements as it's illegal in most states to fuck around on your phone while driving.. idiots
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