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Comfy, but no copper

Dec 21, 2014 | | Cleveland OH

Received the gloves as a gift. The gloves are snug and warm. I think they'd be better with fingers.

"5% copper fibers, 5% spandex, and 95% cotton" = 105%. Not possible. Tag on the gloves says cotton and Lycra only. No copper in the gloves at all, just screen printed with copper colored logo and dots. "Infused with copper" is meaningless marketing gibberish.

The gloves probably cost $1 to make so not worth the markup but maybe if you can find them for $5 with no shipping.

I hope no one orders these products. They are junk!

Feb 19, 2015 | | Durham, NC

This is one of the worse SCAMS I have encountered. This is misleading especially to seniors. This advertisement should be removed off the television any other places the advertisement is displayed.

I'm sold on this

Apr 15, 2015 | | Los Angeles, CA

The Copper Hands really do work. Because of my wedding band on my left hand, my hand was sore and stuff. Well this thing really does work then.

Total rip-off!

Sep 13, 2018 | | Scotland

Absolute rubbish, very poorly made, the raw cut across the fingers which means they fray as soon as they are worn. I complained to the company and was told they had a problem with a supplier and they would send me two "good" pairs. Well, those never arrived and neither did my refund. (I was promised within 30 days.) So my purse £24 lighter and I'm a very unhappy customer!

Copper Hands

Oct 13, 2014 | | Tracy, California

They seem to help. Any relief in pain is good. I never expected all the pain to go away. It was worth the money spent.

Copper Hands relief

Sep 7, 2017 | | MI

I'm 57 and my career is data entry. I have arthritis and pretty sure CTS. In order to type all day I wear my Copper Hands. This gives me tremendous relief. They are a God sent.

Misleading

May 28, 2015 | | Morganton, NC

I thought I was buying Tommie Copper. But that's my fault. They do help some. I wear them under regular work gloves but I don't think they will last. I am going to try to find the real Tommie Copper gloves.

They work well

Feb 21, 2017 | | MI

There is more than one size. I got the smaller size and they work well. Helped with the edema and I have regained most of my range of motion. Bought at Kmart for $9.99. Any compression gloves would work the same. Machine washable too.

They work for me

Mar 17, 2017 | | Shawnee, OK

My joint pain comes at night while trying to sleep. The pain was so bad, it had me groaning and massaging my knuckles. I bought my gloves at Wal-Mart for $12.99. When my hands even start to ache, I put on the gloves and instant relief. I have not had to suffer the bad pain since.

Copper Hands

Feb 24, 2018 | | Newton Stewarrt, UK

Admittedly, it is a poorly made but I do feel the benefit of wearing them. They keep my hands very warm almost immediately and I tend to use them when I'm on the computer or in bed! I have not worn them outside but I would imagine they would be great under gloves. I also do feel that they give relief when my joints are aching.

Iffy at best.

Apr 2, 2018 | | Fieldbrook, CA

I bought two pairs, even though I was skeptical of any usefulness, due to a great sale and HUGE discount. I had to laugh after opening the package because of the very poor construction, as well as the "copper " dots painted onto them! After wearing it for only two hours, the stitching was already coming apart in several places. I was unable to notice much of any effects. I suppose it's possible that there weren't many effects, as the S/M sized gloves were too large, to begin with. Perhaps if they shrink some after washing?


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