Oyster Glove (One Size) by Savoir Vivre
This slinky accessory looks like chain mail and is indeed the first line of defense against the knife in your other hand trying to worm its way inside the clasp of the mollusk. Knit with tiny, interlocking metal links and designed to fit either hand, this mesh glove is intended for use with oysters ... See complete description »
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This slinky accessory looks like chain mail and is indeed the first line of defense against the knife in your other hand trying to worm its way inside the clasp of the mollusk. Knit with tiny, interlocking metal links and designed to fit either hand, this mesh glove is intended for use with oysters but would be suitable for any operation that requires hand protection—such as boning or filleting meat or fish, or even just slicing bagels.
This is a fabulous glove for a potentially dangerous task!
I am very pleased with the oyster glove. Although pricey, it will last forever. The person we gave this glove to as a gift was THRILLED.
I looked every where for this glove and found it on Cooking.com. It was the only thing my husband wanted for his birthday. He is very pleased with this product and he will be using for years to come. .
They are nice quality -- I actually ordered two just to be safe. The fingers are a bit longer than I expected and I have pretty large hands. Nonetheless, still worth the money I think.
This chainmail glove did the job. the price is steep and maybe could come with glove liners (or glove liner suggestions) My hands are rather skinny, but long digits. There was a lot of slack in the fingers & more so in and around the webbing of the fingers>hand.<br>I would recommend this product & especially this website to friends & family.
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