Nanotips is made of ultra-fine conductive nanoparticles that interlink with one another. Shake the bottle, swipe the liquid across each glove fingertip, and let it dry into a conductive film.
Your gloves will work on touchscreens for several weeks—or more—depending on how often you use or wash them. If Nanotips wears off, simply reapply.
Founder Tony Yu was exasperated that he couldn’t use his phone while wearing expensive motorcycle gloves. He invented this ingenious method for turning the fingertips into a conductive surface. It’s great for cold weather, but also year-round on work, construction, and gardening gloves. We’ve even heard of using Nanotips on the end of a pen to turn it into a stylus.
Once dry, Nanotips is waterproof and will withstand the elements. Wear whatever gloves you like while staying connected. We give this product two, touchscreen-friendly thumbs up.