11 December 2014

..::Product Review::.. Stark Cut Resistant Gloves

My Review of Stark Cut Resistant Gloves

What is it exactly?

     From the website. . .
"With a 4.9-Star rating, chefs, restaurant owners, and kitchen enthusiasts agree that the Stark Cut Resistant Gloves are the best in the industry. The food grade polyethylene and proprietary silica based fibers keep these gloves snug for ultimate dexterity, breathable so your hands don't sweat, and most importantly durable to prevent serious injury!"


I was sent a pair of the Level 5 Cut Resistant Gloves from Stark to review.  
The price for this jar is $11.99, and this purchase qualifies for free shipping with Amazon Prime.

Packaging & Presentation of 
Stark Cut Resistant Gloves

These gloves arrived to my doorstep in pristine condition.   I received the medium size, and they are 8.5" long from wrist to middle finger tip.  They are 4.75" wide from thumb to outer edge.  The gloves are a light gray with slight black stitches sewn in.  They come in a resealable cellophane package.

The front of the package labels everything.  Since it is see-through, you can see the included card that gives the following information:

+ Maximum washing temperature
+ Instruction:  Do not iron
+ Instruction:  Do not bleach
+ Instruction:  Do not machine dry
+ Cautionary statements

The back of the package has a warning sticker on it for the cellophane packaging.

The cellophane packaging is resealable if you choose to store your gloves in the package while not in use.

One of the gloves has a single tag sewn on.

My Personal Experience with Stark Cut Resistant Gloves

So, I have never even heard of a glove that is cut resistant.  I was beyond excited to try them since I have a track record for slicing my fingers while chopping/cutting/slicing (whatever dinner entails, I suppose).  Here are the gloves out of the package!  The first thing that I notice is the fragrance.  They smell so fresh!  They are really nice looking.

You can see the quality in the stitching.  These gloves have a very nice fit that will keep its elasticity over time and after many uses.

The gloves fit great on both my left and right hands.  They are the exact same size, so no issues there!

They get tight when you flex your hand, but they are not uncomfortable.

In order to test these gloves out, I set up a little test plot-- the gloves (of course!), a cutting board, a really hard apple, and my favorite kitchen knife.

I used the gloves and sliced the apple in long pieces, and I diced it into smaller pieces.  I can safely say that I remained cut-free for the duration of the test.

Pros of Stark Cut Resistant Gloves
  • These gloves go through a 3-stage quality assurance process before they are put for sale.
  • They are lightweight, comfortable, and breathable.
  • Versatile-- you can use these gloves in the kitchen, when you handle sheet metal, or even glass-handling.
  • 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
Cons of Stark Cut Resistant Gloves
  • Since I have been using these gloves, I have not found any cons.

        The point of this product is this:  You never know when you are going to need them.  If you want to take the risk, that's your call.  But I do spend a lot of time cooking, so I'd rather be safe than sorry. These are high quality gloves that fit really well.  I'm glad to keep them in the kitchen. 

        Are you wanting to try the Stark Cut Resistant Gloves, too?  Click the link below, and order away!  


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        I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

        1 comment:

        tannawings said...

        These aree great looking gloves. I actually have seen prro meat cutter gloves which are are mesh and these look a lot like them but have an inside to them.
        You can likely see mesh gloves - I bet your butcher uses them

        ellen beck