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1000-Ct 4-Mil Powder Free Nitrile Gloves (Blue, S-XL) EXPIRED

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Tools.woot.com [woot.com] has 1000-Ct 4-Mil Powder Free Nitrile Gloves (Blue, S-XL) for $36.99. Shipping is $6 or free w/ Prime.
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Yes, it's confusing. 'mil' is the same as 'thou'. Each referring to thousandths if an inch, despite the mili prefix being metric.
0.1 mm = 0.004 inch = 4 mil
Avoid these no-brand gloves at all cost and go with Ammex, Kimberly Clark, MechanixGear, Halyard, or Gloveworks brands (5mm thickness) -
the cheap brands are very thin and prone to ripping and are inconsistent in sizing and thickness.

The Kirkland gloves do not fit well and ever since the pandemic the quality has gone downhill quickly. Not even close to 3.5mm

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Is it same thickness?
its on his post:

4.75mil on fingers. 3.15mil on palms.

The OP link is 4mil
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I only see .12mm finger & .08mm palm in the description on this amazon link. Am i missing where it says 4.75?
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Quote from SmilingHorn700 :
I only see .12mm finger & .08mm palm in the description on this amazon link. Am i missing where it says 4.75?
A mil is 1/1000th of an inch. It's a conversion factor to go from mm to mils.
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Quote from PepsisFormosa :
A mil is 1/1000th of an inch. It's a conversion factor to go from mm to mils.
Yes, it's confusing. 'mil' is the same as 'thou'. Each referring to thousandths if an inch, despite the mili prefix being metric.
0.1 mm = 0.004 inch = 4 mil
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Quote from rooster :
Yes, it's confusing. 'mil' is the same as 'thou'. Each referring to thousandths if an inch, despite the mili prefix being metric.
0.1 mm = 0.004 inch = 4 mil
Thou art using outdated units
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why is medium more expensive than large om amazon?
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why is medium more expensive than large om amazon?
Lower stock on medium
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Just to shed light on the mil situation, no glove is going to be a steady 4 mil. It varies by finger, cuff, and palm. The best way to compare gloves is average weight. If you have all the exact measurement throughout the gloves that's good too but one man's 4mil is another's 3mil. Harbor freight lies about their gloves. Their 6 is like a 3.5 but maybe one tiny part is actually a 6.
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Does anybody know what the mil is for Costco gloves? Are they 4 mil, or 5 mil, or somewhere in between?

Update: found it. It's 3.5mil as per product description.
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Thou art using outdated units
Outdated, but unfortunately very common in the films and coatings industries in N. America. Most Americans use "outdated" units (feet, miles, pounds, etc.) everyday.
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Deals been up for a day or two… which means they aren't selling considering it's woot! And things sell out quickly
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