20 years ago you would just get out your big map out of your pocket, and you’d search for how to do it. Times have changed, and we now have everything on our phones. But while our phones got better, gloves didn’t. And in some countries, not wearing gloves just doesn’t work.
These are the Mujjo All-new Touchscreen Gloves, and while Mujjo could have done much better with the name of these exact gloves, these might be the best touchscreen gloves out there. If you are okay with some of the flaws that other reviews did not mention. Granted that you aren’t looking for leather gloves. If you are, we also recently dropped a Fort Belvedere touchscreen gloves review.
If you are new here, welcome, we review products by testing them to their full potential while traveling all over the world, and for this Mujjo All-new Touchscreen Gloves review, we took these to the land of ice and fire, Iceland because ultimately the best touchscreen gloves out there also need to be able to keep you warm and comfortable while on adventures.
How did these do?
Best Looking Non-Leather Gloves out There
My biggest problem with companies that create products that really make life easier is that they often fail in the looks department.
In an ideal world, everyone would choose features that make life better over how a product looks, but this is not an ideal world, and most people will choose the product that looks better over a product that makes your life better.
Blue light glasses are a perfect example of that. The fact that they will help you sleep better, work better, and most importantly protect your eyes does not matter to anyone if they don’t look good enough to wear.
These Mujjo All-new Touchscreen Gloves aren’t just functional but also look incredible. And this is coming from someone that isn’t a big fan of black products.
One spectrum these are very simplistic, yet it’s the subtle touches such as the silicone patterns for grip that really add to the stealthy kind of look that these provide.
These are the best looking non-leather gloves out there.
Stretch-fit for Adventures
I’m not getting a pair of gloves just so I can use them when I want to check something on my phone. I’m getting a pair of gloves so that I can stay warm and protected while exploring, and these do an outstanding job at that. As expected considering that they cost $57/€49.
These gloves come with a stretch-knit fleece fabric, and that puts them far ahead of any other gloves as far as adventures or even just daily tasks.
My experience with other gloves is that if I want to do something that involves bending of your fingers, it’s not a comfortable experience at all, not to mention that it often feels like the gloves are about to rip when I do that. Not the case with these. The fact that these can stretch really makes life easy whether I want to hold on to something in slippy terrains or whether I merely want to use my phone or charge my DJI Osmo Pocket.
Fit if a very important aspect when it comes to touchscreen gloves. You can have the best touchscreen gloves out there, but if they don’t fit you right, there are not the best touchscreen gloves for you.
While the measurement system that requires printing out a page isn’t perhaps the most eco-friendly nor a great option for those who don’t have a printer, it’s for sure accurate. Something I can’t say for measuring with a tape. My problem with the Fort Belvedere leather gloves measuring system was that they told you to hold the measuring tape tight. The problem with “tight” is that we all have a different definition of what that exactly means.
Instead of printing out a page, I just got an A4 page, put it to a screen, and zoomed in the page on my screen until it was a perfect fit.
It might not seem like a big deal for a product to fit great, but we review a lot of products, and sizing is a very big issue due to companies not providing the right measuring systems or not providing enough information. Mujjo did a great job on the sizing information, but it’s also things such as the already mentioned stretch fabric that allows for a perfect fit. My issue with non-stretch gloves is that even if you get a size that fits you, it will never fit you perfectly because hands aren’t created equally often resulting in excess material. These stretch to fit you, allowing for a perfect fit every single time.
And that’s very important if you are looking for the best touchscreen gloves out there.
When it comes to boots, having a good grip is one of the most vital components of a great boot. And the same applies to gloves.
You don’t want to slip with your boots and you for sure don’t want your phone to slip out of your hands. A big issue with standard gloves is that they are fairly slippy and so our phones which don’t make a good combo.
They come with silicone grip on the four fingers but also underneath your thumb allowing for slip-free experience whether you are holding your phone, your coffee, or holding on to a rock while trying to walk through a slippery patch.
“Take Any Call, at Any Temperature”
Mujjo isn’t an American company, but if they were, they would most likely be covered by lawsuits by saying that. “Any temperature” is a strong set of words to use.
Especially since these are not going to work well with any temperature. Fake news.
Yes, it’s true that these come with 3M™ Thinsulate™ and integrated fleece but you just can’t say that these are for any temperatures because if you do, you are lying, as even if they are great in the cold, they aren’t for any temperatures.
What Mujjo should have done is to provide a temperature these do great with, and that’s something I’d recommend they do with all their gloves. That will allow people to choose what’s the best for them because if someone buys these and they end up cold, then they might as well not have touchscreen gloves because they are going to be cold either way.
One of the delays in this particular review came due to us not being fully sure on this whole “any temperature situation” since at the end of the day, we were in Iceland, in some of the harshest conditions we experienced. Most people will be using these on a chilly morning on the way to work.
After doing some extra tests, we concluded that these do overall pretty well in cold temperatures provided these do not come in contact with snow, cold objects, or rain.
The biggest problems of these gloves aren’t that they aren’t able to survive the cold, it’s that they aren’t able to survive wet environments. And due to that, they aren’t able to survive the cold.
You might ask why would you be using your phone in the rain or snow, well, in most cases you won’t. But when you get a pair of touchscreen gloves, they don’t just become gloves that you use when you want to use your phone. They are still also the gloves that you go out with. And that’s where these gloves don’t do well. That’s the sacrifice that you sometimes have to make when you look for the best touchscreen gloves out there. If you want great non-leather touchscreen gloves, right now, it’s impossible to find a pair that can handle snow and rain while being able to handle touchscreen devices perfectly.
Of course, light rain itself is not a major issue, but once it’s anything more than light and mixed with cold weather, your hands will go cold. Very cold. NOT RECOMMENDED FOR SNOW FIGHTS.
When we were in Iceland, it was around -2°C with a feel of around -10°C or 28.4 with a feel of around 14°F and these for sure weren’t able to deal with that when mixed with wetness from all angles. But, “Take any call, at any temperature” if you know what we mean.
If you are looking for a pair of gloves that will keep you warm and work with touchscreens that’s where the Fort Belvedere gloves that we mentioned come in again.
Touchscreen Gloves That Actually Work
There’s plenty of more budget-friendly options out there. That’s for sure. The difference between gloves like the Mujjo All-New Touchscreen Gloves and cheaper alternatives is that these fully work with touchscreens.
That’s whether you press with your thumb, your palm, your pinkie, or whatever part of your hand you choose to press with. Not the case with budget options.
The best touchscreen gloves out there are the gloves that don’t behave differently than if you weren’t wearing gloves, and when you wear these, you really don’t feel any worse than if you didn’t have gloves.
These work perfectly with every screen we tested no matter what side of the gloves we tested these with. A little thing to mention is that while the touchscreen experience on these was fantastic, a little issue we had was that the seam on the tip of the thumb interrupted the effectiveness of the touchscreen at times. Not a major issue provided how great these work with touchscreens in the first place.
Mujjo All-New Touchscreen Gloves – Best Touchscreen Gloves out There?
These aren’t perfect, but then you look at the alternatives, Mujjo All-New Touchscreen Gloves are the best touchscreen gloves out there if you are looking for non-leather solutions.
Sure, they could perform better in rain and snow when it comes to colder temperatures, but once it’s a bit warmer, they do just fine. Something we don’t have pictures of is us playing soccer in these where they really stand out a lot with their stretch, comfort, grip, and looks making you look amazing on the pitch, providing non-slippery throw-ins, and the stretch fabric allows you to focus on the gamer rather than how annoying your gloves are.
Warmer temperatures are approaching, but if I was you, I’d stock up on a pair or two right now because one the cold season starts hitting again, these might sell out very quickly.