We are testing every glove we can find on Amazon! In this video, Lloyd checks out the Manlong Disposable Nitrile Gloves manufactured in China.
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Hey everyone. Welcome back to the place we were testing every single glove that we can get our hands on, including the extremely, one could say overly branded disposable nitro glove. That's the brand. I mean, I'm just guessing, but I'm thinking this is probably a Chinese Amazon brand. It's one of those things where it has a brand when you buy it and then when it shows up, it's super generic. Please close somewhere. There is no brand at all. It says the expiration date is five years, which is kind of a red flag because gloves don't really last more than three years. It has a Chinese standard on it. Executive standard GB 48 0 6. I don't know that standard, but I know it's Chinese because it has the GB in front of it. And we got that dog bone already. Thank you. So what we just did is we took a sample, Tara took a sample we call a dog bone. It's a little cut off of the top. It's perfectly made for my friend Chris here to put it in his fancy machine. I like the color of it though. It's very blue. It's extremely blue. Actually, let me see. It's purple. Yeah, perfect. Oh, well I'm colorblind, so, okay, there you go. Let's do the wince test here.
It's always in that same spot too.
Any red marks from all these wince tests.
I'm color blind so I can't see them. Thanks for bringing up some childhood trauma though. You're welcome. The brand is literally disposable nitro glove, and there's no manufacturer name. It says C Product certificate.
We are ready.
Yeah, go ahead and do that. Oh, ooh. The name of the manufacturer is man, long. Wow, man. Long brand household gloves, non-medical, 240 millimeter. Good old man. Long. Alright, we are doing the elongation and tensile strength test. We are going to stretch this glove until it breaks, and at which point it does, we will get a readout here. This is all the gloves that we have tested in the last couple of days. We want to see it above 500%. If it was made in the last, it was made over six months ago, 400%. Where is it? Oh, it's right in the middle. Oh no, it's super low. That's
Oh. Oh wow. That is crazy. That is way out of bounds tensile strength of 3.29. 3.29. So the minimum for tensile strength in the United States is 14, and that one was super low. What are you looking at?
It's supposed to be 0.0600,
You messed up.
Still fail. E, it doesn't affect elongation, but it affects tensile.
Okay. So we were wrong on the tensile strength. We did the math wrong. Got to get that. Zero was 32.9, which is actually a great tensile strength score, but it did actually ultimately fail with 387% needed to hit at least 400. That didn't do that. Not the worst glove I've seen for being literally the most generic brand that could possibly ever exist. I'm assuming if the price matches the brand, it's probably worthwhile to buy. Thank you so much for watching. I'll catch you on the next test.