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Target has Nitrile Exam Globes -100 act for $ 7.99 only ships with $35 orders

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How large are the globes? Good as Christmas tree ornaments?
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OOS for shipping now
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One size fits most is bs. I have really small hands and my husband has really large hands. Yeah right.
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One size fits most is bs. I have really small hands and my husband has really large hands. Yeah right.
I agree with you totally. Nitrile are also very prone to ripping/tearing when putting them on. I am also leery of any listing that does not state the thickness in mils, 3-4 is my personal choice.

This is not a 'thread crap' as the price is good, I personally just see a few red flags.
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I agree with you totally. Nitrile are also very prone to ripping/tearing when putting them on. I am also leery of any listing that does not state the thickness in mils, 3-4 is my personal choice.

This is not a 'thread crap' as the price is good, I personally just see a few red flags.
TY. I use nitrile gloves a lot and your're right about everything!
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I agree with you totally. Nitrile are also very prone to ripping/tearing when putting them on. I am also leery of any listing that does not state the thickness in mils, 3-4 is my personal choice.

This is not a 'thread crap' as the price is good, I personally just see a few red flags.
It actually feels somewhat thicker than the Equate nitrile gloves sold by Walmart. I have used both of them and I totally understand the fragile nature of these things.
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I have bought quite a few of these (Have a resin printer, not Covid) - they are fine for me, normally wear medium gloves.
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It actually feels somewhat thicker than the Equate nitrile gloves sold by Walmart. I have used both of them and I totally understand the fragile nature of these things.
If these are somewhat thicker than the Equate nitrile gloves than they should be fine for home health care (which is what they are intended for). I've used lots of the Equate gloves and would buy those now if I could find them (price is much better than this--$11.98 for 200). However, it has been really difficult to find gloves for home health care at a price that isn't 2 or 3 times the normal price so got some of these for now...
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Got these last time, they fit small and is hard to put on.

I don't have large hands, maybe medium
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From someone who bought a few boxes, Avoid them.
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I bought these in the past month. They get the job done, but are definitely on the thin side and tear fairly easily.
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Is Costco still getting their 400 pack of nitril?
I maintain foreclosure properties, and I have to deal with dead mice mouse droppings hantavirus, rat droppings, and unbelievable filth, like homeless people that might be infected, who have been shiting in toilets without any water.
I wonder if I would qualify for that medical form to be able to buy PPE?
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Are those Globes for rectal Exam?
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Are those Globes for rectal Exam?
Yeah, for your azz
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