Tuesday, January 20, 2015

StarkSafe Cut Resistant Gloves Review (Tomoson)

Disclaimer: This post contains Amazon Affiliate Links.

I received Stark Safe Cut Resistant Gloves , in exchange for honest review from Tomoson. I wanted to review the gloves because I tend to knick my knuckles when using a mandolin, veggie spiralizer, or even my Brieftons slicer, I reviewed a while back. I wanted to see if the gloves were truly cut resistant.

The gloves worked well. I did not knick my knuckles or other body parts, like I did when I reviewed Chef Proven's lemon zester.

The gloves are thick, which is good. You also can use the gloves for tasks, which involve broken glass, for example. The other day, Kalen broke a hot sauce bottle. I did not have the gloves readily available and my broom was missing. I used a doubled-up plastic bag to start picking up the glass

The gloves come in medium, large, and extra large. All the gloves are prime-eligible and currently the same price. You can purchase the video using the link above.


In the video, I used Select Culinary's 2-in-1 peeler  (review) to peel an orange for my impatient brats and their cousin, while sick as a dog. I do not speak in the video. I haven't had a voice in days. Yay colds. I used the StarkSafe Resistant gloves on my hands because I love my knuckles and fingers.

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