Synthetic Nitrile Black Disposable Gloves Small -100 PK No Latex Medical Gloves Small (Pack of 100) Black
EXTRA STRONG DISPOSABLE GLOVES: Made with a proprietary blend of synthetic nitrile elastomers, they are extra strong, thick and offer plenty of stretch. These heavy gloves are 4 mil thick (5 gram average weight).
FOOD SAFE GLOVES: Perfect for use in home and commercial kitchens, these gloves are safe to use while handling food. They also have a superior grip and texture, and can even be used with many touchscreen phones and devices.
POWDER FREE & LATEX FREE: Free of natural rubber latex, a common allergen, these non latex gloves are perfect for medical facilities, hair, nail and beauty salons, tattoo parlors, and other offices with patients or clients with latex allergies.
MULTI USE RUBBER GLOVES: These gloves are perfect for home, office, or industrial use. They can be used as household cleaning gloves, medical exam gloves, janitorial gloves, painter gloves, gardening gloves, kitchen gloves, food prep gloves, and more!
SANITARY GLOVES: Ideal to keep yourself safe and sanitary, these premium disposable gloves are black, have beaded cuffs and are ambidextrous. They come 100 to a box, and are available in many sizes, from Extra Small to XX Large!
Dre Health’s Synthetic Nitrile gloves are made from a proprietary synthetic nitrile material and is free of natural rubber latex! They are extra strong and thick, and can be used for multiple purposes.
FEATURES & BENEFITS- 5 Gram Average Weight
– 4 Mil Average Thickness
– Single Use, Disposable
– Natural Rubber Latex Free
– Powder Free
– Food Safe
– Made of Synthetic Nitrile
– 100 Gloves Per Box
– Medical Exam Gloves
– Household Cleaning Gloves
– Painting and Construction Work
– Arts and Crafts
– And More!
AVAILABLE IN 4 SIZES:
– Extra Large
8 reviews for Synthetic Nitrile Black Disposable Gloves Small -100 PK No Latex Medical Gloves Small (Pack of 100) Black
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Bill McHale –
every single glove breaks as soon as I try to put it on !!!run for your life !!!Worst gloves ever made!!!Read more
Needed these for an emergency response class. First two, fresh out of the box tore between the thumb and forefinger. Put on the next two, tore again, same spot. Third pair managed to hold together, but they were so thin in the same area that you could see my skin through the glove material. I’m an experienced EMT, used the right size (XL) and donned them correctly. These are just junk gloves. They may be okay for keeping your hands clean during art projects, but I would not use them for critical PPE under any circumstances!!Read more
They are very thick and have minimal stretch (think vinyl gloves) and start to melt when contacted with any solvent. Prior to the pandemic gloves of this quality would sell for between $6.00 – $8.00 per hundred.Read more
Jamie Wills –
These gloves are absolutely horrible! The fingertips rip out within minutes of wearing them. Every single pair I put on. I contacted amazon and they did give me a full refund. Do not waste your money!Read more
The title says “Extra Strong, 4 Mil Thick”. Wrong! I measured across a finger, which would include two layers, with professional digital calipers and it only measured 3 Mil – for two layers! The ‘performance’ of these gloves proves the measurement as they literally fall apart trying to put them on your hand. Stand away from this glove, stay away from this brand, stay away from this supplier.Read more
bought one –
I’m a tattoo artist and I was looking for gloves comparable to the Opus gloves that are now gone due to the pandemic. I figured I would just use these gloves to set up and break down if they were not comfortable to tattoo with. Well, not only are they not comfortable ( they seem more like cheap vinyl gloves), EVERY SINGLE glove breaks at the thumb. These are beyond cheaply made. I had to pitch the entire box after pulling out 20 pair that were already broken at the thumb to find a pair that was not – only to have that pair break at the thumb when I put them on. These should be removed from the marketplace!Read more
Kevin Chovanetz –
I typically buy the Hardy brand nitrile gloves from Harbor Freight, for about $7/100. COVID has their stock depleted. I took a chance on these, paying 3x what I normally pay. The first one that I put on, ripped at the wrist, just putting it on. Before you say I need a bigger size, once it’s on, there is loose glove on all parts of my hand. I use them to skin animals and before I was done I noticed tears in the end of 2 fingers. If I wasn’t in a bind for these, I’d be sending them back. These gloves are junk … don’t buy them.Read more
Stephen Kemp –
Gloves rip easily when putting on and wearing. Seller claims that gloves ‘stretch’ but when stretched, they quickly reach the point where they deform permanently. No elasticity to speak of. Gloves are uncomfortable to wear for longer than short periods. On top of that, they smell weird. DO NOT BUYRead more