good source for cotton gloves for handling negatives ?

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by Stanley Krute, Aug 10, 2003.

  1. Anyone got some recommendations ?

    thanks

    Stan
     
    Stanley Krute, Aug 10, 2003
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  2. Answering my own question a bit:

    Kodak makes some. Mfr. part # for
    a dozen pair in size large is 8072761.
    Also known as EK8072761.
    List price $29.20.

    Adorama sells them for $13, but they're
    out of stock. Link: http://www.adorama.com/KKCGL.html

    B&H sells them for $25. They don't keep them in stock;
    they're what they call a "special-order item -- 7 to 14 days
    arrival time" .
    Link: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/product/27721/KOGCL/REG/791

    ArchivalUSA.com sells them for $29.
    Don't know if they're in stock -- the
    webpage sez "Usually ships the next
    business day", a bit weaselly-worded.
    Link: http://www.archivalusa.com/8072761.html

    Adorama also has a house brand,
    selling for $14, "one-size-fits-all",
    SKU # DKG12. Link: http://www.adorama.com/dkg12.html
    (As a big-handed human, "one-size-fits-all"
    often doesn't work for me).

    Since I buy my pro film from Adorama, I'm thinking
    I'll order a pack of both the Kodak and the house-brand
    gloves.

    Stan
     
    Stanley Krute, Aug 10, 2003
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  3. Light Impressions [ http://www.lightimpressionsdirect.com ] also sells
    several types of gloves:
    1) textured surface on the palm-side of "Sure Grip Gloves,"
    2) lightweight "White Cotton Gloves,"
    3) machine washable, heavyweight cotton "Deluxe White Gloves,"
    4) dust-free and lint-free "Polygenex Nylon Gloves" with elastic
    cuffs,
    5) anti-static "Polygenex ESD Anti-Static Gloves,"
    and
    6) blend of soft conductive and synthetic fibers "Anti-Static Gloves."


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