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Nitrile Glove Black [Medium] 100 Pack $8.04 or Nitrile Blue [All Sizes] 300 Pack $21.69 [Free C&C or $9.99 Delivery] @ Repco

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Hello Ozbargainers my first post here. Please be gentle :)

I was looking for some Nitrile gloves to use at my restaurant. I usually got them around $10 for 100 pcs and that's the cheapest I can find here in Melbourne. Most of my suppliers sell them around $15 until recently COSTCO had them for $32.00/400 pcs which workout to be $8.00.

So this Repco 30% off deal isn't bad at all for those who don't have access to COSTCO.

Please note that products will be ready in 3-7 days. I have included all the link for different sizes and colors hope it helps.

Challenger Nitrile Gloves Black 100Pk Medium $8.04

https://www.repco.com.au/en/safety-workshop-consumables/hand...

Challenger Nitrile Gloves Black 100Pk Large $9.09

https://www.repco.com.au/en/safety-workshop-consumables/hand...

Challenger Nitrile Gloves Black 100Pk X-large $9.09

https://www.repco.com.au/en/safety-workshop-consumables/hand...

Microlite Nitrile Gloves [blue] 300 MAX Pack Small

https://www.repco.com.au/en/safety-workshop-consumables/hand...

Microlite Nitrile Gloves [blue] 300 MAX Pack Medium $21.69

https://www.repco.com.au/en/safety-workshop-consumables/hand...

Microlite Nitrile Gloves [blue] 300 MAX Pack Large $21.69

https://www.repco.com.au/en/safety-workshop-consumables/hand...

Microlite Nitrile Gloves [blue] 300 MAX Pack X-Large $21.69

https://www.repco.com.au/en/safety-workshop-consumables/hand...

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    No stock in Syd it seems

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      Not sure about that. I've just ordered 6 boxes of 300 pack for C&C in Bayswater VIC. Ordered went through but will be ready in store 3-7days.

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        Syd… I noticed this ages ago but no stock.

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    my bbq will now taste 2x better….

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      Yeah I ran out so haven't been able to bbq in a few weeks. What a relief.

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      I BBQ but… why do you need nitrile gloves for this?

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      Handling your hot meat with nitrile gloves is the only way to properly handle your meat.

      • +1 vote

        Yeah, I prefer to wear gloves before I beat my meat. Much more succulent after bbq

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          Wouldn't gardening gloves be better, more thick and easier to grip onto slippery sausages due to rough surface.

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            @mdavant: Just remember that the heat in the meat is inversely proportional to the angle of dangle. A phrase I live by when BBQing.

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        Why?

        • +1 vote

          Ever tried handling a 60oC slab of beef brisket or pork shoulder while you slice it or pull it apart? ;-)

          These gloves are thin (great for knife work) and allow you to hygienically/safely handle the meat.

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            @OzDJ_: Hmm never tried but thought it's too thin, I usually rest my meat in the cooler afterwards.

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              @RtN:

              Hmm never tried but thought it's too thin

              You can always double-glove if you have sensitive skin. Bit generally a single layer have be enough to give you enough work time before "ouchiness" becomes a thing.

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            @OzDJ_: is it heat resistant?

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              @BuyNowThinkLater: Yes. Nitrile (aka Buna-N rubber) does not start to fall apart until 110oC+

              You definitely WOULD NOT use these to handle the white-hot charcoal in your smoker or BBQ, but unless you've completely destroyed your protein, they are fine for handling meat.

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                @OzDJ_: As a former chef, I manage fine. I understand why some would use them. Just more stuff to landfill for me.

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            @OzDJ_:

            allow you to hygienically/safely handle the meat.

            Just wash your hands and cut down on landfill

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              @OzBragain:

              1. Gloved hands offer protection against the heat. Bare hands do not.

              2. Rubber gloves afford better knife control than bare hands when working with the slippery fat of the protein.

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                @OzDJ_: Neither points have anything to do with your original comment on hygiene.

                1. As do washable utensils.

                2. One dirty hand for holding your meat. One clean hand for holding your knife. Greasy nitrile is still slippery on a knife handle unless using unsealed timber handles…but then no need for gloves

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                  @OzBragain: Whatever mate. I've explained my approach and I'm happy with my life choices. I'm not going to argue with you, sorry about that.

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                    @OzDJ_: Thanks but really no need to apologise champ, always gives me a good laugh when home cooks think gloves = hygiene.

                    Carry on with your life choices and try not to be too offended by other opinions.

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    Only x-large size available in Halls Head in WA. No stock in any other stores in WA it seems.

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    "please be gentle"
    Me- this won't hurt a bit. slips gloves over hands making rubber recoil sounds

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    Don't waste your money on the challenger black nitrile gloves. I bought two packs of these in the last sale and they fell apart. Went through one box of them just to do trailer bearings ffs. They are supposed to protect your hands from grease and dirt etc. Spend more money on quality not quantity like these.