One thing that a budding chef needs is protection for her hands. These cut resistant gloves are a great stocking stuffer for any budding chef, or someone who deals with sharp objects.
These cut resistant gloves I have found to be great for the kitchen. I am always worried about cutting myself while slicing up fruit or veggies, and now with the Stark Safe Cut Resistant Gloves, I am a little more confident.
The Stark Safe Cut Resistant Gloves come in 3 sizes. I personally found that the medium was a great fit for my hand. My 6’6″ hubby, found that they were way too small.
These tightly woven fibers help prevent you from slicing your hand. I am not sure how it would stand against punctures or like stabs. I think the gloves would slow the object stabbing your hand, but maybe not prevent the injury, just lessen it.
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Stark Safe says that they test their gloves with a test called EN388 Level 5 cut resistant protection. I personally don’t really know a whole lot about test like these, but here is what I understand: the test take a 500g weight on a rotating blade. That’s basically all I understand about the test.
Overall, I really like the Stark Safe cut resistant gloves. I would kind of leery of the gloves if you were worried about stabbing your hand, but if the fear is slicing, then I think they are a wonderful choice.
If you are interested in purchasing these gloves for you are a loved one, head on over to Amazon. The gloves will run you $12-$20 and are Prime eligible.
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