Amerisano Nitrile Gloves Review

Elongation: 459.03%   |   Tensile Strength: 38.325   |   Overall Grade: PASS

We are testing every glove we can find on Amazon! In this video, Lloyd checks out the Amerisano Nitrile Gloves manufactured in China. 

Amerisano Nitrile Gloves Review
Amerisano Nitrile Gloves Review
Amerisano Nitrile Gloves Review
Amerisano Nitrile Gloves Review

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Video Transcript:

Hey everyone. Welcome back to the place we're testing every single glove we can get our hands on. Today we're looking at the Amano Nitro gloves. I know these guys pretty good. Excited to see how they do on the test. Tara's going to cut that open for me so you can see there's no bunny business on camera. And what she's going to do is cut out a little sample. We're going to take that sample, put it on this fancy machine behind us, and Chris is going to stretch that glove until it breaks. And then we're going to tell you the results in the United States. We want to see gloves hit in elongation of four to 500%. These are medium, but they feel large to be honest. Oh no, we're good. But it goes on real nice. What is this color lavender? That's like a lavender blue violet. It says on the box I like. That's a nice looking glove, right? What do you think? Two

Aust methods?

What's that? Standards, A S T M. It

Would have to


69 78? Not the one I was looking for. If they say that they are,

So 63, 19 and 69, 78.

Oh, I'm sorry. I thought we had the food contact gloves we're the examination gloves. 69 78 I believe. Is the chemo regulation.

Chemo rated? I

Believe so. The back would tell you with a list of chemo chemicals, it

Does tested chemotherapy, so you can tell if a glove is good. Typically, if they lists all the drugs on the back that they've been tested against chemotherapy, drug permeation, and they have the exact same thing on the back of this. So this tells you it's a pretty good glove. So I'll talk about this glove in a second, but first I'm going to do the wince test here. Oh, that's good. That's really good. Wow, I got to do it this way. Get my finger in there. Those won't break. That's a really strong glove.

Okay, so lemme talk about this. So there's a company called Kfa that started during the, was making melt blown, which was the fabric you need in masks during the pandemic. And they got into making masks and they made a bunch of really great masks and then they got into making gloves and they're probably one of the best glove makers in China I think, because they imported all this stuff from Malaysia and then put their Chinese spin on it, which means making it super efficient. So they've got these super efficient glove lines. It's like, it's like Malaysia Times China, which is pretty powerful to be honest. There are a lot of gloves coming out of China that aren't great in my opinion, just because they didn't know what they were doing when they made it. But these guys, they know what they're doing and they're a pretty good glove. Now this is an older glove. I got the sample a little while ago. Shelf life is three years. This was made about a year ago. So we're going to hold them to a 400% elongation, which is what I'm sure you tell your wife. Alright, here we go.

Every day.

Alright, so basically what we're doing is stretching this glove until it breaks. When the break happens, you're going to see that line go down. We want to see this thing to meet the standard that's claiming on the box of 400% or more. We're going to see a long gauge tensile strength of 14 as it does this. I would think this is going to be a great glove since I've known these guys and they make good stuff. If it's not, I blame myself. It's right in the middle price. Hundred percent, which is good. It's where you want it to be. Okay, we've passed two 50.

It's going to get on the high side, 300, come on a Americano Marano 3 74. There it goes. 400. So it has meet met standards. It is climbing very high though, and it's still going. Okay, good. Now this is a year old, this glove. Now typically what happens is a glove reaches its peak cure at six months, and then it's good for about three years. So whatever that tensile strength that you measure or the elongation is at six months is typically going to last for the rest of the life of the glove. If it's a good glove. Can you scroll down? Am I, which 1:00 AM I? Oh, I'm at the, oh, you're here. So we got 459.03% on the elongation and 38.32 on the tensile strike. Good glove? Yes, good glove. We like this glove. It's a good glove. A lot of stuff's made in China actually.

People think that I don't like China or Chinese products, things like that. It's actually not true. The problem with China is that the regulations aren't always there and when you buy something, especially from Amazon, you don't know as a consumer if it's good or not. That's why I say look for these things and that's what part of this is about, is teaching you guys how to look for this chemotherapy rated drug thing on the back. That's usually a sign of a good glove. We've never seen that. And how to failure for what it's worth. Now it doesn't mean it's always going to happen, but that's just back of the napkin. This is a good glove. If you're looking for a Chinese glove, would highly recommend these. Thank you so much for watching. I appreciate your time and attention and I will catch you on the next test.