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Newegg Premier Members: MCR Safety Cheetah Synthetic Leather Mechanic Style Gloves (XL) for $2.68 + Free Shipping

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For reference, these look to be around $9 [fullsource.com] elsewhere
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Thanks for posting

I did not know what Newegg premier was, now I do.

Good deal for those that have it!
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Perfect for protecting your soft, supple knuckle skin from bumping against your HDD bay during graphics card installation.
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Perfect for protecting your soft, supple knuckle skin from bumping against your HDD bay during graphics card installation.
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Though to be fair, it's easy to cut yourself with some components
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Will have to check premier plan - otherwise it is $15+ shipping
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I just ordered some from Amazon [amazon.com] and will price rewind down to the lower price.
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Mechanix or fark a cactus.
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Nice price.
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Mechanix or fark a cactus.
Mechanix are just average anyways.

The new glove line at harbor freight is easily as good as those.
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thanks OP. These seem like the basic mechanix style gloves and will work well for some engine rebuild work coming up.
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Though to be fair, it's easy to cut yourself with some components
depending on material these are made of I wouln't take a chance in case it creates static, although if your hands sweat in them that will help Smilie
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Mechanix are just average anyways.

The new glove line at harbor freight is easily as good as those.
Good one!
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As someone who works on his car a lot, Id recommend nitrile gloves instead. I like my regular gloves, they just get gunked up super easily. It is nice to have gloves you can use and toss if they get nasty, rather than wash every time.
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As someone who works on his car a lot, Id recommend nitrile gloves instead. I like my regular gloves, they just get gunked up super easily. It is nice to have gloves you can use and toss if they get nasty, rather than wash every time.
I was going to post the same, took me 30 years of working on cars before trying the nitrile gloves. Way nicer than mechanic gloves 95% of the time. No more dropping small nuts/bolts and almost impossible to rip. Plus a $10 box of really good ones last forever.
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if you purchase from newegg frequently look into newegg premier shipping and if you are a student get 20 bucks off their yearly fee. https://www.newegg.com/NeweggStudent/Store
maybe your kid is going to college? Comes out to be 29 bucks a year for free 3 day shipping
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