Omelaw Disposable Nitrile Gloves Review

Elongation: 465.17%   |   Tensile Strength: 40.663   |   Overall Grade: Fail

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

Omelaw Disposable Nitrile Gloves Review
Omelaw Disposable Nitrile Gloves Review
Omelaw Disposable Nitrile Gloves Review
Omelaw Disposable Nitrile Gloves Review

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Video Transcript:

Hey everyone didn't see you there. Welcome back to the place. The best place that we are testing all the gloves that we can get our hands on. Today we are looking at

Omelaw disposable nitrile gloves. Let's get this sample going. The levy tear is going to open this up for me on camera so you can see there's no funny business. We're going to cut a small sample out of it called a dog bone, show you wine a second. We're going to put that on this lovely machine behind us and by we and Chris and we're going to stretch that until it breaks and then judge the heck out of it. Live on camera. It's not live though. Alright, let me do, Josh, can you move the camera over?


I'm going to do the wince test. Not that one. That one? Yeah, it's

Test here. Oh wow. This is a record. What just happened?

You can see the vein popping out of my forehead.

Yes. Your blood pressure went up,

Dude, it went up big.

I mean, I

Think that's the strongest glove that I've put on for my unofficial test. That's funny. Okay. OMI Law did not expect, I

Look at

The hands and this cheap box. Oh, Meah.


It's by Texas Sparky Technology. L l C. The address Josh, 700 Lavacca Street, Austin, Texas, made in China owe me Law That is a dead giveaway, but I mean, man, what a great fricking, it says shelf life five years. If you see that, it's probably not true. It's shelf life for gloves. Basically three years. We're going to, this is interesting. I like this. Production date was actually very recently. February 23, we are doing the elongation and tensile strength test here. If someone has an Outlook, email addresses their main email address. I guarantee you they do not have a chuma Matsu testing machine.

All right. What we're going to do is stretch this sample until it breaks. When it breaks, we're going to see a line drop down just like that. It's a new gloves we're going to hold to the highest standards. It needs to hit over 500% and a tensile string of 14 and where is it coming in? It's right here. Okay. It's right in there. Steep.

Very steep. Not surprised With that email, I would expect nothing less than this to break early. If this doesn't break early, then I need to hang up my lab coat. I can't even see it. Oh no, it's coming up. It's doing well. Holy cow. Four 60 hanging up the lab coat, that's actually not bad. 465% 4 6 5 0.17 with a tensile strength of 40.66. That is very high. Now, it technically did not meet standards, but it came very close, so I got to give it to the guy or gal with the Outlook email address as your main business Email on the box of this like in Austin, Texas. Good job. I mean, I wouldn't buy this. There are better gloves for sure, but that is actually a really good result even though it failed. So OMI Law, nice work. Alright guys, thank you so much for watching for your time and attention and now we'll catch you on that next test.