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Oxo (4544) Cut Resistant Glove Rating And Review

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Oxo (4544) Cut Resistant Glove

The OXO cut resistant glove adds an additional level of safety when using knives.

The Oxo, Kaffyad and NoCry cut resistant gloves are essentially clones of each other when it comes to durability and performance.

All three appear and feel like slight variations of the same material. Only available in S, M and L sizes, this glove is ambidextrous, hand and machine washable, and can be drip dried. Sold individually, not in pairs.

Protection and Performance

  • Back-of-hand protection – No penetration
  • Cut protection in palm area – No penetration
  • Finger protection – No penetration
  • Puncture protection – No puncture during tests
  • Durability – Can handle any sharp blades, such as Oxo’s Chef’s mandolin

Grip

  • Wet – No loss of grip
  • Greasy – A bit slippery but manageable
  • Consistency – No loss of grip strength under various conditions

Comfort/Fit

  • Overall comfort – Very light and comfortable
  • Overall fit – Snug fit, and pull tight, so no droopy finger tips
  • Dexterity – Great flexibility
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Published On: 9/27/2018 Last Modified: 4/27/2021

  • Rick Browne, Ph.B. -

    Rick Browne does product testing and recipes. A renowned TV cooking show host, photojournalist, and author of 16 barbecue books, he was the creator, host, and executive producer of public television’s popular Barbecue America TV series, a cooking and travelogue highlighting the world’s outdoor culinary landscape. It has aired on more than 230 stations.

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