|Product Dimensions||30.48 x 12.7 x 2.54 cm; 60 Grams|
|Item Model Number||MFF-05-008|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Item Weight||60 g|
Mechanix Wear - FastFit Gloves (Small, Black)
|Price:||+ $10.61 Delivery|
- Gloves/Anti-Vibration & Mechanics Gloves
- Mechanix Wear Small Black And Gray FastFit Full Finger Synthetic Leather Mechanics Gloves With Elastic Cuff, Spandex Padded Back, Stretch Panels
- Made in: United States
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Mostly, in my job, you only come across big fat rigger gloves and they are next to useless for anything other than pulling ropes and stopping mank when dragging chains around. Nope. I needed something a bit more tactile to use so I bought these based entirely on nothing but a hunch.
And they work perfectly for what I want. They are comfortable and fit snugly on my hands so that climbing ladders isn't a risk. They are warm enough to be okay in cold - but not I admit Arctic - conditions. The snug bit also helps me grip tools and there is enough padding to be comfortable doing it.
In terms of longevity. Well, for me they are fine. I'm an engineer that's mostly office based now but in my younger days on board a ship or offshore construction vessel these would probably last about a day or two. In a garage environment where I suspect they are aimed at, fine. These will protect your hands and allow you to do most work apart from the most fiddly with reasonable ease.
Overall, excellent value for money mechanic gloves especially when you compare these to others that seem to be priced by the milligram.
Fit is perfect. Piece of steel caught/pinched the the very tip of the pinky(just the glove, not my finger:)) and when I pulled (lightly!) the stitching was ripped, seem like a weak point upon closer examination.
If you do light duty work, no heated elements / welding. Then this should serve well for two/three months.
This, however, was a mistake. You may as well use disposable gloves at a fraction of the cost, as they will probably last as long. The finger tips in both pairs have worn away or split after a days use in each pair. Nothing extreme, just carrying, cutting, and screwing (giggidy) timber with powertools.
I will try to obtain a refund from Amazon, as I expected far more longevity from a £15+ pair of work gloves.
I think using these permanently day in day out they will probably last about two weeks at best. However I'm talking about using them for my job.
They are very comfy. They can be washed. But I think I need to find something a bit more bulletproof if possible.
Good for dexterity and keep your hands warm as well as clean if you are out working during the winter. Nothing worse than numb fingers!
One of those items that is worth the money in my opinion. Can be washed.
I tend to keep mine for cleaner jobs where they are not going to get oily and transfer marks to other parts. Ideal for interior works.