Sysco Classic High Performance Nitrile Gloves Review

Elongation: 489.05%   |   Tensile Strength: 41.597   |   Overall Grade: Pass

We are testing every glove we can find on Amazon! In this video, Lloyd checks out the Sysco Classic High Performance Nitrile Gloves manufactured in Malaysia. 

Sysco Classic High Performance Nitrile Gloves Review
Sysco Classic High Performance Nitrile Gloves Review
Sysco Classic High Performance Nitrile Gloves Review
Sysco Classic High Performance 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 this time. Very excited to test whoopsie upside down the Cisco Classic large glove. These are natural gloves I'm assuming for food service. Typically. I used to work in a cafeteria when I was in college. Not my best moments in life or memories, but it says food service grade and it's just interesting. They gave us the cheapest gloves and they were Cisco gloves. They were like vinyl or maybe even less than vinyl. So these are high performance nitro gloves. I didn't know Cisco made these so excited to get into them and see what they are like. Tara's going to cut a sample out for me and we're going to use that little sample we call a dog bone. Put on the machine behind us and we're going to test the tensile strength of that. Now, I do note that it says food service grade and what does that mean? What says food service

Grade food contact should mean that it meets the medical physical property standards first.

What that means in non robot language is that it should pass this test. It should most likely pass this test. There's the dog bone. I actually really like the color of that. It's a cool color. Here you go. It's a nice blue. Some of the blues I don't like. Lemme get a couple of these out. Well, I like how it comes out of the box though. That's nice. It's like not packed in there too tightly. I'm going to do the Lloyd patented winds test here to predict what it'll do. These are really thin. How thin were they?

They're the thinnest glove. We've tested at 0.05

2.052. What is that Like two mills?

Something like that too. Two, 2.25.

So that broke. That's one of the easiest breaks I've ever seen. I do the thumb test. I barely had to do anything to break that. It's very thin, but I imagine this is, you're going for cost on there. You're seeing a made end. I'm not seeing made end. I'm not seeing a manufacturer date. So they should pass this test, but I would be very surprised if they do Malaysia. Oh, Malaysia. Well, Malaysia makes the best gloves. I mean obviously aside from us right here, but we're the new kids on the block. So what we're doing here is the elongation and tensile strength test. We're going to map, we're going to pull this sample and we're going to try to stretch it as far as we can. We want it to exceed 500%. That's the A S T M standard and a tensile strength of 14, which is pretty easy. That's pretty low. A tensile strength of 14. But we do want see above 500%. Now, if this glove is more than six months old, it would only have to be 400%, but we can't have the date. Oh, it's super high. Look, it's the highest.

It is rather high.

Oh my gosh. So that's bad to go that high that quickly. Well, that's weird. It was flattening out. That is crazy. It's flattening out. This one's an outlier. Okay. I'd say over 500. You think so? Oh

No, not any longer. We'll

See. Oh my gosh, that's impressive. Yeah. Okay, so if this glove is more than six months old than it would pass the standard, but we don't know if it is. So we're going to, and since we can't figure out the date, can you figure out the date on there? Can you parse it? The elongation was 489.05%. Wow. The tensile string of the 41.5, that's super high. Not the highest we've had. But considering how thin that glove was, meaning it's probably very cheap. It's pretty impressive.

Yes. This is the main December of 2022.

Okay. So it's more than six months old, so it does pass standards.

So if it's more than six months old, it only has to be plus 400%, which it is achieved. So I got to say I'm impressed. Now it really depends on your price point on this glove, but I am assuming that the reason it's so thin, thinnest glove we've ever tested, I'm assuming that means that it's cheaper because thin means less ni. It means depending how they have the layout of their plant, it would be far easier for them to make it faster, dries quicker, all that stuff. So it could be a much better glove or much cheaper glove. And the fact that it basically passed this test is pretty impressive. Alright guys, thank you so much for watching. I appreciate your time and attention and I will catch you on the next test.