Chopped-off children fingers on the dinner table are only acceptable for one day of the year, Halloween. And even then, they should be fake. If you'd like to teach your children the ins and outs of cooking without worrying you'll need to bandage a finger or make a trip to the ER, these Cut Resistant Gloves are just the thing for the job.
✔ They're actually safe. Food grade ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene, glass fibre & Spandex combo makes these gloves 4x stronger than leather to resist cuts* from even the sharpest of hand-held blades, reducing the likelihood of sustaining a serious injury if accidents do happen. Level 5, EN388 certified.
✔ They're specially designed for smaller hands. Being the first cut resistant gloves for kids on the market, they're the safest and best-fitting choice for a family cook-off with kids (including relatives with small hands).
✔ They're the snuggest gloves out there. Loose-fitting gloves can easily catch the blade. Thanks to the light, ultra-thin and elastic material, these have none of the bulk found in similar gloves on the market, increasing safety.
✔ They're ambidextrous. There's better ways to spend your and your kid's time than figuring out which glove goes on which hand, so we've made these ones ambidextrous. Problem solved. Next?
✔ They're machine-washable. We're all about being fast & effective, and hand-washing carrot stains out is neither. Pop these cut resistant gloves in a washing machine with a light detergent in up to 140°F, and drip dry. Good as new!
✔ Can you use them for... Chopping? Slicing? Grating? Peeling? Wood carving? Working with scissors? Teaching carpentry? Crafting? Sewing? Fishing? 100% YES.
NB! We stand behind every product we make. If the NoCry Cut Resistant Gloves do not work or fit as promised, drop a message to email@example.com and we'll make it right or your money back.
* These gloves are cut RESISTANT, not cut or puncture PROOF. Work as carefully while wearing the gloves as if you wouldn’t be wearing them at all - better to be safe than sorry.