Is dinner going digital? Are chips going micro? Are these pixelated oven gloves, made by the pixel people at Mustard, not the coolest things to ever hold a hot plate? Generously padded, they'll protect your hands like any oven glove should – but they won't help your keyboard skills much.
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Bought the Pixel Hand Oven Gloves as a birthday present and they went down a treat! They are super cool looking and make the kitchen look awesome.
The Pixel Hand Oven Gloves are totally awesome but could do with a couple of loops on the end to hang them up.
When I saw these Pixel Hand Oven Gloves I just had to buy them. Fun, funky but pratical. Everyone comments about these oven gloves and it gives me another reason to cook.
These Pixel Hand Oven Gloves have a pixellated white image of a hand on each glove. They're great and we're ordering a pair for ourselves, having bought a pair as a gift for someone else. They almost didn't get a present!
Saw the Pixel Hand Oven Gloves and thought they were something a bit different. On a practical note, they keep me from burning my hands.
8-bit, 2D cooking has never felt better.