NoCry Cut Resistant Gloves – Pair
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High Performance Level 5 Protection, Food Grade.
- Provides extreme comfort and ergonomic touch sensitivity for maximum grip and accuracy
- Highly durable, light weight and machine washable
- Made from food grade polyethylene and cutting edge silica based breathable fibers
- Ideal for use when preparing food, but can be used for a variety of applications
- Awarded with EN388 level 5 cut resistance, meaning they are four times stronger than leather
- Extremely comfortable — ergonomic design for efficient grip while using
- Protects your hands from sharp knives, peelers, graters and zesters.
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Regain your confidence chopping and slicing with gloves made of materials 4x stronger than leather
NoCry cut resistant gloves let you handle your grater, knives, and mandolin without worrying if you’ll need to bandage a finger or worse… make a trip to the ER.
Made of food safe ultra high molecular weight polyethylene, glass fibre, and Spandex, these gloves have been designed to resist cuts from even the sharpest blades. You can feel secure in knowing they have an EN388 Level 5 cut protection rating. Your NoCry cut resistant gloves will reduce the likelihood of sustaining serious injury if accidents happen.
Work faster and safer with gloves that fit like a second skin
What’s more of a hassle than working slowly because you’re afraid you’ll cut yourself?
It’s trying to maneuver a blade with an ill fitting glove on your hand.
That’s why NoCry cut resistant gloves come in 2 sizes – Small and Medium – to ensure a snug fit.
Compared to bare hands, the elastic material in your NoCry gloves makes keeping a firm grip on slippery and awkward items a snap. You’ll be able to complete tasks more quickly and accurately while avoiding nicks and cuts.
How do I choose the right size?
NoCry cut resistant gloves come in three different sizes to help ensure that you get the best fit possible.
Measure your palm diameter (as shown in the image on the left) to determine your optimal glove size.
Length: S 17cm |M 18cm |L 19cm
Provides maximum grip and precision
NoCry cut resistant gloves offer a much tighter and better grip when handling food items (such as meat and produce) compared to using your bare hands. This makes it easy for you to manoeuvre your hands with confidence while moving quickly and accurately. They will reduce the risk of injury and enable you to focus on the task at hand.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO CUSTOMERS
[highlight txtcolor=”#333″ bgcolor=”#A6CECE”]These gloves are not designed to be cut proof, but cut resistant. Their design is such that they can turn what may have been a serious accident into a minor scratch or maybe even with no cut to the skin at all. What they do is take the hit from the blade and prevent it from reaching the skin. Even if a hand gets damaged through the gloves the injury will be much less serious than it would be without the gloves. Of course the gloves could be made more cut resistant by adding steel threads but that would mean sacrificing a lot on comfort and tactile feedback, which would make them unusable for most tasks. <br>It’s important for wearers to understand that they are designed for risk minimisation but that a sharp enough blade can still to cut through them.
100% safe for preparing food and great for other jobs too
Over 1,500 5 star reviews from our customers on Amazon
|Dimensions||1 × 22 × 10 cm|
S, M, L
can’t say how cut-resistant these are (because I don’t intend to purposely try damaging them, and hope not to accidentally cut them either), but *assuming* they do provide a lot of protection, I am impressed with the price, looks, fit and feel.
When I saw that there was a “small-medium” and “medium-large” rather than an actual “small”, “medium”, “large” size set, I expected them to fit as poorly as most gloves fit my small-ish hands. Instead, I was pleasantly surprised! My hands are 6.5 inches from “heel” to tip of middle finger, and my palm’s about 3 inches across. The small-medium fits near perfectly. There’s an odd amount of excess length on the pinky (maybe other people have longer pinkies than I do?) and an insignificant amount extra on the index finger, but the other fingers go right up to the tip and fit snugly. This is so important because, when gloves don’t fit right, you feel clumsy and unable to use your hands like you normally would, and thus tend to want to just rip them off and go barehanded instead.