Ejendals Tegera 517 Insulated Waterproof Precision Work Gloves
Windproof, thermal and waterproof, the Ejendals Tegera 517 Insulated Waterproof Precision Work Gloves are the perfect gloves for winter, outdoor, cold store and freezer work. The polyester liner offers impressive dexterity which helps to improve your productivity while handling materials and operating machinery, while the extra grippy palm, warm fleece lining and protective liner all help to improve safety, usability and comfort.
Why Should I Use the Ejendals Tegera 517 Insulated Waterproof Work Gloves?
The Ejendals Tegera 517 Gloves are designed for when the conditions that you are in are harsh. Cold, wet, wind and more, these gloves will tackle it all. These gloves offer:
- Waterproof liner
- Cold resistance to -10°C
- Windproof protection
- Oil and grease protection
- Flexibility for handling
- Hi-vis markings
Where Can I Use the Ejendals Tegera 517 Insulated Waterproof Gloves?
As said above, these gloves are designed for harsh conditions. This can be in indoor simulated environments such as freezer and cold store work, or outdoor environments such as building, cycling and handling. While the gloves are waterproof, they aren't recommended for repeatedly submerging hands, but should keep your hands dry in light wet weather or while handling damp items. Suitable industries include:
If you don't think these gloves are suitable for your needs, then try clicking on any of the industries above to see further gloves for your chosen industry.
These gloves aren't limited to the list above, and are useful for most environments that demand protection from the elements and a little mechanical protection too. We've even had users who use them for cycling, as they've found that the durable, grippy palms, high flexibility and fleece lined warmth is perfect for winter cycling activities.
Which Size Should I Choose?
The Ejendals Tegera 517 are offered in seven different sizes, the dimensions of which can be found below. To measure your hand, measure the circumference of your hand around the knuckles (excluding the thumb) with your hand open and your fingers together.
|Size ||Palm Circumference ||Hand Length |
|Size 6 ||152mm ||160mm |
|Size 7 ||178mm ||171mm |
|Size 8 ||203mm ||182mm |
|Size 9 ||229mm ||192mm |
|Size 10 ||254mm ||204mm |
|Size 11 ||279mm ||215mm |
|Size 12 ||Over 279mm ||Over 215mm |
We would recommend selecting a size larger than your measurement, as the Tegera 517 Gloves can often be found to be quite tight fitting.
How Warm Are the EJendals Tegera 517 Waterproof Work Gloves?
The Ejendals Tegera Gloves are snug and warm. They can protect your hands when you're handling materials that are around -10°C, helping you to retain comfort without feeling the bite of the cold. They are particularly good at retaining warmth over long periods, which is why they are so popular among shift workers who work in cold store and outdoor environments.
How Waterproof Are the Ejendals 517 Waterproof Work Gloves?
They feature a synthetic leather polyester liner that will keep out the majority of water. They are however, designed more for entry level waterproof tasks, so if you want to use these gloves for constant wet conditions such as in window cleaning, we would recommend opting for some of our other waterproof gloves such as the Ejendals 295 Gloves.
How Dexterous Are the Ejendals Insulated Work Gloves?
These gloves are advertised as precision gloves because of their thin synthetic leather liner that helps you to retain most of the dexterity. In combining dexterity and sensitivity, these gloves are the perfect tactile handling gloves, ensuring that you can retain productivity even in cold and wet conditions. Users say that although the thickness comprises dexterity a tiny bit, the majority of their handling skills are retained.
Why Should I Trust the Ejendals Tegera 517 Insulated Waterproof Work Gloves?
You can trust these gloves because they are certified to a number of EN standards, which ensures that they say exactly what they say they do. They are tested to EN 388 (which measures their resistance to abrasion, cuts, tears and punctures) and EN 511, which measures their resistance to cold air, cold handling and water. They achieved the following results:
|Hazard ||Level of Resistance |
|Abrasion Resistance ||Level 1 |
|Cut Resistance ||Level 1 |
|Tear Resistance ||Level 2 |
|Puncture Resistance ||Level 1 |
|ISO Cut Resistance ||N/A |
|Hazard ||Level of Resistance |
|Convective Cold Resistance ||Level 1 |
|Contact Cold Resistance ||Level 1 |
|Water Permeability ||Level 1 |
What Does This Mean?
The two charts above allow us to understand how the gloves will react to different hazards. Firstly, the gloves all achieve an okay score against mechanical hazards. This means that while the gloves won't protect you against a high level of risk, they will perform extremely well in lower risk tasks such as handling materials, gripping machinery and using tools.
Secondly, the gloves achieved good scores in relation to their resistance to cold. The level 1 in convective cold and contact cold resistance hazards means that they should protect you in conditions as low as -10°C. For more information on EN 388 and EN 511, you can see the tabs at the top of the page.
Can I Buy the Ejendals Tegera 517 Insulated Waterproof Gloves in Bulk?
If you are looking to buy for a number of people, then you can do so at a discount. Please see the below links:
Why It's Our "Top Pick"
❛❛ A lot of our customers love the Tegera 517 Gloves – not only do they keep your hands warm and dry, but they also provide a lot more dexterity than other winter gloves. The 517 Gloves are perfect for hiking, winter walks, mountaineering, cycling and more. ❜❜
– Alex, Our Outdoor and Recreation Glove Expert
Why Are the Ejendals Tegera 517 Gloves So Comfortable?
The first thing you notice when you wear the gloves is the comfort. The inner fleece liner feels quite thick (although it isn't), meaning that you retain an incredibly level of warmth. Along with the incredible comfort, the gloves are designed to be quite snug and flexible, which helps to reduce any discomfort after a long day of wearing the gloves.
How Grippy Are the Ejendals Tegera 517 Waterproof Gloves?
The Ejendals Gloves feature a palm that will increase in grip when the gloves are wet. Perfect for outdoor work, freezer work and cycling, these gloves ensure superior grip even in difficult conditions.
How Easy Are the Ejendals Tegera 517 Insulated Precision Work Gloves to Wear?
The gloves are quite snug, but not overly tight. As they are so warm and comfortable, it means that you aren't too concerned about how snug that they are. They are easy to take off and put on too, which is perfect for working long hours when you might have to don and doff your gloves repeatedly.
How Do the Ejendals Tegera 517 Gloves Behave When Wet?
If you're wearing the gloves during winter weather, then you can expect that they might start to get a little wet. There's no need to worry in this case, the fingers will get quite wet and a little thicker, but it shouldn't compromise any dexterity, protection and most importantly, your warmth!
How Long Is the Wrist on the Ejendals 517 Gloves?
The knitwrist is quite short, covering most of the wrist but none of the arm. The wrist is tight meaning that water can't get up and make your hand wet. However, if you do require something with a little longer wrist, then we would recommend that you take a look at the Ejendals Tegera 296 Insulated Waterproof Work Gloves.
How Durable Are the Ejendals Tegera 517 Insulated Gloves in Winter?
The Ejendals 517 Gloves are designed for lighter tasks and wearers have reported that for heavy duty tasks that the fingers can start to fray a little. If you'd like gloves that will last for heavier duty work, then we'd recommend the Ejendals 295 Waterproof Thermal Work Gloves.
How Thick Are the Ejendals 517 Waterproof Insulated Gloves?
If you're handling materials or operating machinery, then the last thing you need is a thick pair of work gloves. These gloves are really quite thin, with a high level of sensitivity that means you can feel the items that you are holding. The fleece liner inside feels a little thicker, but that doesn't mean that it compromises your dexterity.
What Materials Are the Ejendals 517 Gloves MAde From?
The Ejendals 517 Gloves are designed using a range of materials. These include:
- Synthetic Leather
Washing Instructions for Tegera 517 Gloves
We recommend washing your gloves using cold water. Avoiding detergents and chemicals prevents fading, bleaching and other forms of deterioration damaging your gloves. Tegera 517 Gloves should be left to line dry at room temperature.
Whether you're looking for a pair of gloves that don't incorporate leather, or you're concerned about the impact that non-sustainable materials are having on the environment, Ejendals Tegera 517 Insulated Waterproof Precision Work Gloves are perfect for you. Made without the use of animal products and leathers, Ejendals Tegera 517 Insulated Waterproof Gloves use man-made fabrics that are just as durable and long-lasting as materials traditionally sourced from animals.
What Documentation is Available?
|Conformity Statement ||Instructions for Use |
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