New Connect cut-resistant gloves

Connect Workshop Consumables has introduced two new pairs of reusable professional mechanics gloves.

The first is a pair of cut resistant gloves that have been manufactured from 15 gauge nylon plus spandex liner with a SKINTEK coating, and conform to EN 388:2016 for abrasion, cut, tear and puncture resistance, and are silicone free. The lightweight and flexible nature of these gloves, combined with the coating, offers dexterity and grip even in wet and oily conditions. They come as a set of three pairs, so you should never find yourself without a clean and dry pair to use.

The second is a pair of thermal gloves which are ideal for anyone that works out in the elements, or in cold and draughty workshop or warehouse. These come supplied as a single pair and feature a 13-gauge terry brushed acrylic liner with fully dipped, smooth latex palm with sandy finished latex coated glove. They also conform to EN388:2016, EN511:2006, and EN407:2004 standards, which all add together to make for gloves that offer protection against the cold, heat and sharp objects. In short they keep your hands warm, dry and safe from harm.

New Connect thermal gloves

Both of the gloves are available in four sizes: Medium, Large, Extra Large and Extra Extra Large and come supplied in a resealable bag — so not only can they be kept away from any dirt or contaminates when not in use, the bag ensures that you can keep potentially wet and dirty gloves away from the rest of your kit.

The mechanic’s cut-resistant gloves are typically priced at £21.34 for three pairs (all sizes) and the thermal mechanic’s gloves are typically priced at £15.24 per pair (all sizes) — both prices include VAT.

Available now from your local Connect Workshop Consumables stockist.

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