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    the ove glove

    dunno if this has been posted before. i just saw it on tv while reading. looks great for a para. i might could even fight it on my quad paw if i was wanting to cook real bad.

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    My son loves it (he's a T12). Much better than a mitt, it keeps finger dexterity and you can grab stuff easier. (they're kind of big, so if you have small hands, like I do, it isn't an advantage).

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    I love my ove gloves. I'm a T-10 and I can hold hot stuff and shift it from hand to hand as needed and still move my chair.

    Caution: if they get wet at all, they don't protect.
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