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tigga76
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Mamison

Post by tigga76 » Fri Oct 04, 2019 5:48 am

Even though the glove comes from Asia, the size designation medium is essentially the same as in Europe. I would classify medium as 7.5 or slightly larger (for Germany: rather Vilede medium than Spontex medium). Only the length of the fingers seems to me a touch shorter than in this country, so who has long fingers, should be careful if necessary.
The glove is about 35cm long from the edge of the cuff to the longest fingertip and therefore about 5cm longer than usual household gloves, in principle comparable with Marigold Lightweight (G01R) and Marigold Classic (G359R), see comparison photo Mamison and Marigold Glassic (G359R).
What sets him apart from most competitors is that he has no coating or flocking inside, he is a pure natural latex gloves that has a smooth finish on the inside.
The cuff is not like most gloves open but closes tight, but not unpleasant or constricting. Therefore, she slips when working hardly down.
With these properties, it is a very good kitchen or dishwashing glove. The handle profile is comparable to most of the competitors, here in my view Marigold has the nose in front, whose profile is simply much grip-safe with wet dishes. I do not have this anti-slip effect with the Mamison glove.
Whether Marigold or Mamison for me just a question of price, both excellent gloves, each with small advantages and disadvantages.

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