We are testing every glove we can find on Amazon! In this video, Lloyd checks out the Purism Nitrile Gloves manufactured in China.
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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 Purism Nitro gloves. Do we solid? Open that up for me. Show there's no funny business here. She's going to cut out a sample fresh from the box. She's going to do what's cut out called cutting a dog bone out. It looks like a dog bone. We're going to take that sample and we're going to put it in this fancy machine behind us. I say we, but I mean Chris, he's going to do all the work and we're going to see what happens. Alright, let me take a look at these. I love the box. First of all, it is a soft touch box, so that means it's probably awesome actually though this weird thing happened. Look at this. It's kind of open on the bottom.
It's just like a defect in the box, which means something probably got cut maybe in the Amazon process, which happens. I love that the actual name of the factory has got purism in it, so it's the debts. How Purism Medical Technology Co. In China, you don't see that a lot. A lot of times they put random names for Chinese manufacturers for the brand, and then you look at the manufacturer, it doesn't match at all, so props to them for that. I kind of want to know what purism means. Don't think it means the same thing. I'm going to do the, oh, I don't think so. There you go, sir. There's the dog bone. Get that mounted. While he does that, I'm going to do the wind test here. I can already tell that this is a thin glove. When I grabbed this weight, what was that thing called on the end? The beaded cuff? The beaded cuff. When I grabbed the beaded cuff, I can already tell that it's going to break quickly.
The beaded cuff was substantial though, so it did hurt. I really think the amount of pain that one experiences with putting on gloves is correlated to how substantial the beaded cuff is, and that exploded like a balloon, which is not a good sign. This is from the unofficial Lloyd Stretch test here. That's going to be one of the worst gloves that we've seen. Either way, we're going to hold them to our classic star test elongation. Well, it's not ours. It's a S tms classic test of elongation and tensile strength. What we're going to do is stretch this sample until it breaks. If you've seen this before, I'm a broken record, but we're going to stretch it and it's going to map on the computer here. As it stretches, we want to see it pass. It's less than six months old, so it should hit 500% or better. When that break happens, you see the line drop down like this and the tensile strike's going to be mounted or grafted this way. The tensile shrink has to be 14, so it has to pass that to meet the A S T M American standard, which they're not claiming they're a part of, but I'm going to hold 'em to anyways because I'm just nasty person. It's right in the middle. It's like right above 50%. Yep, right there. You can see it growing.
I'd be surprised if this makes 400 because it just, it's a chemical glove. It's a chemical glove. Oh, it is a chemical glove. Oh, and it's right in the center and it did make 400. I was wrong. Four 50. Now I want it to win. Right? When I said that 4 8 4 0.5 484.5% just missed that standard tensile strength of 34.26. It is a European standard that they're claiming. They're not claiming the E S T M or the American standard, but lemme see. We're in America, so I'm going to hold 'em to that. Alright, thank you guys so much for watching. I appreciate your time and attention. Looking at the Purism Nitro glove review, personally, I'd probably pick another glove, but if you're in the EU where they have obviously way less standards than we do here, maybe go with their glove. I don't know. Just kidding. Alright, thank you so much for watching. I'll catch you on that next test.