Nanotips liquid, a special conductive polyamide liquid impregnates the fabric, be it cotton, wool, latex, leather or nylon
Not any type of gloves make it possible to access a touchscreen device, which is why manufacturers of accessories such sell their products quite expensive. This only happened until now, however, because it has been discovered the material that can be included in all fabrics, that allows “gliding” on the touchscreen.
The Nanotips liquid made from conductive polyamide is impregnated in all textiles and the effect is that it creates a sort of a bridge between the finger and the screen. The Nanotips liquid is thus is applied to the fingers of gloves, requiring at least 1 square inch for each finger separately.
A tube of Nanotips liquid cost about $ 20 and is applicable to multiple types of materials: cotton, wool, latex, leather or nylon. The product is available starting March 20th this year in several countries around the globe.
The Nanotips liquid comes in two versions: Nanotips Blue, for textiles and fabrics (meaning fabrics, cottons, wools, and Nanotips Black, for all thick materials (meaning leathers, rubbers, gortex, nylons). In the case of porous gloves, Nanotips Blue lasts 1-2 weeks before reapplication is needed. In case you have gloves from thick materials, Nanotips Black lasts more than two months before reapplication is needed. Another great feature is that the Nanotips liquid does not affect in anyway the gloves and with a 3-step application (shake, apply, dry), everything is done fast and your gloves become high-tech. How cool is that?