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BearTek Gloves Provide Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Gadget Control

by Shane McGlaun
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Winter has started to arrive in many states with temperatures dropping and snow already falling. If you live in a cold-weather state and enjoy outdoor sports you may be interested to hear about BearTek Gloves. These gloves are designed to allow users complete control over Bluetooth devices while keeping your hands warm.

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There are three versions of the glove available with one designed for motorcycles, one designed for skiing, and the other designed for outdoor sports. A version of the gloves is also available that gives users control over the GoPro action camera using Wi-Fi. The gloves have a control module in the wrist cuff supporting either Bluetooth or WiFi for the GoPro.

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The gloves are designed to give users control over these devices without having to physically touch them. The gloves work by tapping the thumb the various finger touchpads embedded along the sides of the fingers. Touching the thumb to a different finger activates different functionality for the connected device. With the gloves on you’ll be able to control music as well as answer and decline calls.

The snow glove kit sells for $250(USD), the motorcycle glove kit sells for $275, and the Winter classic glove kit costs $225

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