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20-Pairs Grease Monkey Gorilla Grip Gloves (Large) EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 20-Pairs Grease Monkey Gorilla Grip Gloves (Large) for $14.88. Select free in-store pickup where available. Thanks rsvpd

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These gloves are constructed of nylon and dipped with a specialized grip coating for hand protection and durability. 125 reviews on HomeDepot.com give them a 4.6 out of 5 star overall rating.

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has 20-Pairs of Grease Monkey Large Gorilla Grip Gloves for $14.88 w/ free store pickup. Availability varies by location; some stores have restocked.

Notes: because there's not list price, I calculated list price based on 50 Pairs [homedepot.com] $105.37 [$2.11 per pair] ---> 20 x $2.11 per pair = $42.20 for 20 pairs
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My experience with them:
(I wear this type of gloves daily for up to 6 hours. I have bought these and about every reasonably priced option there is.)
- Elastic in cuff stays nice and snug, returns to correct diameter even if left stretched for a while (low fatigue)
- More stiff/rigid that i expected especially in the cold.
- Stand up very well to a variety of chemicals and conditions.
- Not the "grippiest" gloves out there, as grip diminishes when wet... they feel slightly slippery.
- Palm and finger diameter sizing feels slightly large. I do, however prefer a size down for better dexterity, tactility and sensitivity.
- Palm and finger area seems sealed against water (water proof i suppose).
- Likewise they do not breath on front, just a bit on the back of fingers and back of hand.


FWIW: Costco's (Wells Lamont) foam latex have proven to be very comfortable, provide good dexterity in all weather conditions and have fine ripples that increase grip. They also breath slightly better than the nitrile. Usually available in the late winter/early spring, cost is between $5-$9 for a 9-pack depending on promo.
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If the glove doesn't fit acquit!

In for one.
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Just my 3cents...I purchased last year and these 🦍 are not the same as the 🦍 that are sold for approximately 4.90 a pair. Those fit better and have more thread count. These Black Friday deal gloves are a lesser grade guaranteed. They fit and feel different (cheaper) If you buy the single pack, you will know right away. They will be okay, but you won't get the two pairs confused if you had 4 gloves sitting on your bench. They wouldn't be interchangeable it would be like wearing one that is blue and one that is yellow. Mismatch for sure.
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I have got no idea what you're doing.

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After rereading I see that the OP's second line is just to show what the unit price would be for a different sized package. Not the clearest, but I got it.
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In for one. I was getting error msg about my cart and couldn't figure out what was wrong. Turned out my default store had only "3" in stock. I thought that meant "3 x 20-pair sets" butnguess it means 3 pairs -- as in they're pulling 20 individual pairs together to make one of these sets.

Anyway, chose another store that had "23" in stock and order went through.

Thanks and repped!
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If the glove doesn't fit acquit!

In for one.
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thanks but that additional info is useless and can be deleted to avoid confusion
It demonstrates how the List price isn't just marketing noise and while also helping me evaluate the deal.
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If you can add YMMV to the title please. Cannot replicate because none in my area have more than 4.
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Just my 3cents...I purchased last year and these 🦍 are not the same as the 🦍 that are sold for approximately 4.90 a pair. Those fit better and have more thread count. These Black Friday deal gloves are a lesser grade guaranteed. They fit and feel different (cheaper) If you buy the single pack, you will know right away. They will be okay, but you won't get the two pairs confused if you had 4 gloves sitting on your bench. They wouldn't be interchangeable it would be like wearing one that is blue and one that is yellow. Mismatch for sure.
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My experience with them:
(I wear this type of gloves daily for up to 6 hours. I have bought these and about every reasonably priced option there is.)
- Elastic in cuff stays nice and snug, returns to correct diameter even if left stretched for a while (low fatigue)
- More stiff/rigid that i expected especially in the cold.
- Stand up very well to a variety of chemicals and conditions.
- Not the "grippiest" gloves out there, as grip diminishes when wet... they feel slightly slippery.
- Palm and finger diameter sizing feels slightly large. I do, however prefer a size down for better dexterity, tactility and sensitivity.
- Palm and finger area seems sealed against water (water proof i suppose).
- Likewise they do not breath on front, just a bit on the back of fingers and back of hand.


FWIW: Costco's (Wells Lamont) foam latex have proven to be very comfortable, provide good dexterity in all weather conditions and have fine ripples that increase grip. They also breath slightly better than the nitrile. Usually available in the late winter/early spring, cost is between $5-$9 for a 9-pack depending on promo.
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I love these gloves and use them for most everything except for very heavy yardwork (particularly thorny stuff). The gripiness is excellent, yet they're thin enough to maintain great dexterity. Even adequate for taking the chill off, so works for mildly cold weather driving gloves too.
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This is probably a silly question but would these be a bad choice for messing with a smoker? Moving hot meats, foil wrapping, etc?
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I only have one arm so this is like getting 40 pairs of gloves for you two armed people!
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Just my 3cents...I purchased last year and these 🦍 are not the same as the 🦍 that are sold for approximately 4.90 a pair. Those fit better and have more thread count. These Black Friday deal gloves are a lesser grade guaranteed. They fit and feel different (cheaper) If you buy the single pack, you will know right away. They will be okay, but you won't get the two pairs confused if you had 4 gloves sitting on your bench. They wouldn't be interchangeable it would be like wearing one that is blue and one that is yellow. Mismatch for sure.
This isn't a black friday special. It has been available for weeks if not months. (you could the same pack as early as June 8th) I purchased 60 of them (3 packs) at this price and have used them for weeks now on the job. (a search through SD will show the previous deals) I'm still on my first pair and haven't heard any complaints from the guys. I didn't notice any difference in quality to the ones I have used over the years but guess those could have been the "cheapo" ones. I work in irrigation and lawn care and these gloves are perfect. I also use them for stripping down motors, vehicle repair, tractor repair. Great gloves at a phenomenal price.
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For some reason I just got an order cancellation confirmation from HD. Seems they cancelled my order (since I didn't) Frown
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