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Old 08-28-2004, 12:03 PM   #1
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Glove alert

I've been recommending the Coralife Aquagloves, the arm length purple and orange ones. Last night I was working in the tank and kept getting a glove full of water. I think it sprang a leak in the seam and is probably worthless now. Just a warning to anyone who was thinking about buying these. I've only had them for a few months.
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Did you snag them on something while in the tank? or do you think it is a quality issue?
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I've heard they do not last forever....the seem at the wrist does give away after time but from what I've heard in general they usually last longer than a couple months.
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I don't think I was too rough on them at all. No recollection of getting it caught on something. The fingers are kind of thick so it is hard to get a good feel when working in the tank. I guess I expected better quality for the money. They had the right idea but having the seam in the wrist area makes them too delicate. Unless I got a bad pair.
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