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The Ove Glove: Does it work?

Whether a professional or just a home cook then oven is a big part of preparing dinner, so does The Ove Glove work?

So to start the test, we put a skillet in the oven at 350 degrees. More than five minutes later, armed with the Ove Glove, we pulled it out.

"It doesn't feel warm at all, it works really good," said Chef Daniel Tankoos.

To step it up, we put a skillet over open flame for about 10 minutes.

"Normally, if I would have grabbed this with a towel, I'd have about 3-5 seconds before I'd feel the heat, and I can barely tell that it's warm right now," he said. "The longer I hold it, it's starting to get a little warmer, a little warmer, but really, right now this would have burnt through the towel and it's totally fine."

So Daniel went all-in. With his hand in the glove, he placed it on the skillet, right on top of the open flame and leaves it there.

"That's pretty impressive," he said. "It's warm, but it's definitely not burnt."

So what's the secret? The company says the Ove Glove is made of nomex and Kevlar, the same material used by firefighters. It can resist heat up to 540 degrees.

The Ove Glove gets two thumbs up.

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