We are testing every glove we can find on Amazon! In this video, Lloyd checks out the AMMEX X3 Blue Nitrile Glove manufactured in Malaysia.
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Hey everyone. Welcome back to the place we're testing every single glove that we can get our hands on. Today we are looking at the X three 9,000. I added the 9,000 sounds cooler, blue nitro gloves. Tara's going to open that up for me. Get a sample. She's going to cut out what's called a dog bone. It's a little sample in the palm of the glove. We're going to put it on this machine back here, and our buddy Chris is going to graciously stretch this thing until it breaks, and then we will give you our thoughts and analysis on it.
Ooh, this is where when I put it's a huge glove xl. Yeah, so they send us an Excel. Do I look like an Excel? Do I look like I order an Excel? No. I ordered a medium. They sent me an Excel classic. Amazon actually makes me feel better. We track weekly how often we get the sizes wrong when we send it to people, and it's about one every two weeks that we get wrong and we just really berate our people. We're like, how did you send the wrong one? But if Amazon's consistently doing it, I think we ordered about a hundred gloves. Here's that dog bone. You go, sir, we're about a hundred gloves. I think 20 of them came with the wrong size. That's really, really bad. Alright, let me add, this feels very soft and not very substantial. I'm going to do the wind test. Oh, look at that. It held on the beaded cuff.
Let's do this test.
No. Alright. It says this is for industrial food service, paint, janitorial and automotive, but not all at once. And you got to change gloves. I don't want to see you guys doing food service then janitorial and then auto work. Okay, that's gross. X three by Amex. Oh no, we already tested in Amex, but this is a totally different brand, so I'm about it. I'm ready. Do it. Was that a good glove? The Amex one? I don't recall. That was the one that I stretched really far as well. But then it broke early, remember? Oh yes. I think you were a descent one. No, that was a different one. Non-medical use only. Okay, let's see the, this was manufactured about eight months ago. Okay, so we're doing the tensile strength and elongation test. We're at about a hundred percent elongation. We want this to go to 400%. Typically we like to see 500%, but since this is an old glove, it's held to lower standards, it also has to hit a tensile strength of 14. We're at 2 79 right now. I can barely see it. Where is it? Right here? Oh, it's right in the middle. It's solidly in the middle.
14. It's probably going to hit his 400. That stretch was really good when I did it. I think it had a sharp, sharp increase. It did meet standards. 27.32 on the tensile strength. Mega Pascals 4 42 0.22 on the elongation. So X three by Amex. Pretty good glove. It was a really, really strong stretch when I did it there. And as long as you don't follow their instructions of doing janitorial and food service at the same time, I think I'd probably recommend it. Alright guys. Thank you so much for your time and attention and watching this and I'll catch you on the next test.