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[Home Depot] Nitril coated firm grip gloves $1 per pair

These look pretty good for $1 a pair. Grabbing a bunch for motorcycle work etc. Fit well and very grippy.

At the Stockyards Home Depot by the entrance.
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I think they have been this price for a while, I grabbed some for a dollar last month. Nonetheless it is a great deal so upvoted!
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First time I'd seen them, but I wasn't looking either ;) Glad to know they're typically available at this price.
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Oh man I love these gloves eh. The only caveat is they can't be used in wet applications.
I would usually use it when fixing the car or handyman jobs.
Also the fit of these gloves for my gand are amazing !!!!!!
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Would these be good for fixing bikes, like chains brakes etc? Tough enough so that it doesnt rip easily, tactile enough that I can feel the parts Im holding?
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evilYoda wrote: Would these be good for fixing bikes, like chains brakes etc? Tough enough so that it doesnt rip easily, tactile enough that I can feel the parts Im holding?
You'd probably want the PU coated ones. PU is more breathable than Nitril and better for dry conditions (Nitril better for wet/oily situations). PU has better tactile sensitivity and will give you a better grip. The amount of grease on a chain is pretty minor so you'd probably be better off with the glove that gives better tactile function (PU).
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evilYoda wrote: Would these be good for fixing bikes, like chains brakes etc? Tough enough so that it doesnt rip easily, tactile enough that I can feel the parts Im holding?
I used them to fix my bike and its great
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Thanks guys! No more trying to use disposable gloves fixing bikes
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Nice to see these at $1. Been buying dipped gloves at Dollar tree for $1.25

Now I can collect 2% on my purchases from HD.
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thx ordered a bunch... no rebate from rakuten.. says temporary unavailable.
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I went all the way to the homedepot at morningside scarborough and they couldn't help me find the black or the green ones even though the stock said 1900 in stock.
This is the second time coming out empty handed from this location. Seems like there going down which is unfortunate as I used to like this one.
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Dec 16, 2009
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I bought a few of these in London for $1 a few weeks back. Please note that they are VERY SMALL for a "one size fits all". Unfortunately for me, the fingers are not long enough, leaving me with "webs" between the fingers... making them pretty much useless for me. I think my wife is taking them for her gardening needs
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this gloves r awesome..i use it for everything...gardening and fixing stuff around the house...

the only complain is it smells stink in later time!!! lol..
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hmm seems like if you want nitrile then you are trying to avoid nasty stuff like paint thinner, but these don't say what the thickness is anywhere, so that must mean random thickness, maybe you get lucky on one pair, but the next one, whoops, it gets a hole in it just from bad thoughts!

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