How many times have you used your hand to mimic the telephone sign to indicate you're going to call someone? Well, now new technology is taking this gesture a little further. The Hi-Call glove has a bluetooth built in speaker and microphone that allows phone calls to be taken by using your thumb and your pinky finger. Only the left glove has this functionality. The gloves themselves are made for most sports, like running and warm enough for skiing.
The manufacturer, Hi-Fun, offers it in man and woman sizes and in two colors: grey and black. Materials used: 95% polyacrylonitrile, 3% cotton, 2% polyester.
Unlike your own hand, this glove needs a battery and its talk time is about 20 hours; in stand-by 10 days.
Watch a real time demo on the Steve Harvey show:
New York, Feb 03 2013 - 1800Mobiles Editorial Team.