01-17-2013 08:29 PM
I use one when I am slicing with my mandolin/V-slicer, it is much easier than trying to go fast with the clunky hand guard :wacko::twitch::wacko:
01-17-2013 08:44 PM
That's pretty spendy, but I'm not seeing finger tips on CL at any price.
If you make a clean cut, a good surgeon could probably sew it back on, but that's going to cost a awful lot more than the glove.
01-17-2013 09:04 PM
I've got one. Made the wife pretty happy when I got it too. She was always concerned about the potential cuts. A black nitrile glove underneath works well and looks good too!
01-17-2013 09:20 PM
Hhhm, link don't work.
01-17-2013 09:22 PM
I used to use one when I worked for a butcher. The stainless steel should last a home user for a few generations. The Kevlar ones are far more comfortable, but you can cut through them eventually.
Do you still have fairly decent manual dexterity wearing one of these gloves?
:icon_blush: Yes,yes I do.:-P
01-17-2013 11:51 PM
I have used them before cutting up deer, almost needed a pair today but stopped as the knife hit my finger nail when the meat rolled over on me:icon_blush:
01-18-2013 08:04 AM
Originally Posted by
Title says it all.
Anyone use butchers gloves such as these?
I had one of those years ago when I had a boat and did a lot of fishing. Took the worry out of fileting fish on a bouncing boat. It was great.
I can say that I spent no where near that price though, but then it was almost 30 years ago.
These look like the gloves my mother just got me for Christmas. I haven't used them yet though.
01-18-2013 09:04 AM
My Dad has several pairs from all the fishing he does so I actually just use a pair of his from time to time that he gave me. I like them, especially when I've had a few too many delicious craft brews while smoking up the meats
01-18-2013 09:16 AM
I've also used them for fishing and work well. :thumb:
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