- What can I do to my gloves so I can control my ipod/phone
I got some new winter cycling gloves and took them out for test ride last nide, they’re very warm and I love them but I cannot adjust the volume on my ipod nano which I have strapped to the stem. A bit annoying that I have to stop and take the glove off to turn it up so what can I do to the forefinger and thumb of the glove to make it ipod/smart phone friendly? spray glue? wrap the finger in clingfilm? any ideas?Posted 4 years agow1zardMember
I’ve tried lots of things, with varying success. One that works pretty well is the conductive thread you can get on Ebay. Sew a load of this into the finger of the glove (to get electrical contact between your finger and the screen) and it works well.
The capacitive stickers work well too, but wear away, especially in the wet. Tinfoil also works (nice and cheap), but ends up scratching your screen – be warned.
Alternatively you can buy gloves with ‘phone friendly’ fabric built in.Posted 4 years agohonourablegeorgeMember
Carry a frozen sausage at all timesPosted 4 years ago
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