Conductive Gloves For Touch Screens

Touch screen iPhones and other gadgets are cool, but if you can't use them with gloves, you might just get way too cold depending on where you live. Fortunately, Instructables has a detailed set of instructions for making your gloves conductive so they can still work with your touch screen devices. Via Craftzine

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You have to keep in mind that for those of us who are riding motorcycles the gloves aren't about just keeping our hands warm. I wear gloves all summer too and as I have an iPhone 3gs that I use with GPS software this has been my question too.
Thanks for the how easy to lesson.
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if it's SO cold that you can't touch your touchscreen, it has probably already frozen and is inoperable anyways.
My GPS screen is super slow and almost unresponsive when it gets below about 10 degrees or so. ( I live in

but hey, whatever floats your techi boats I suppose.
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