Razer’s New Gaming Finger Sleeves Are Already Completely Sold Out
Gaming peripheral company Razer has come up with some fascinating ideas over the years, and their latest product is no exception. Enter the Gaming Finger Sleeves, small pockets of fabric designed to keep fingertips cool and provide a high level of grip on one’s gameplay mediums of choice, all for the low price of $9.99 for a pair. The only downside? They sold out almost immediately upon release.
Razer took to social media recently to announce their new Gaming Finger Sleeves. Featuring Razer’s signature colors and made of a combination of silver fiber fabric, nylon, and spandex, the sleeves are one of Razer’s more simple products. that said, the company appears to have tapped into quite the impressive market for it, as they are already completely sold out on Razer’s website.
Seal your mobile gaming victory with the Razer Gaming Finger Sleeve. Woven with high-sensitivity silver fiber for enhanced aim & control, our breathable sleeves keep your fingers deadly cool in the heat of battle, so you’ll always have a grip on the game. https://t.co/mxXSQ3EDtE pic.twitter.com/pypXRMvc9N
— R Λ Z Ξ R (@Razer) September 14, 2021
“Slip on and never slip up with Razer Gaming Finger Sleeve that will seal your mobile victory,” Razer said about the sleeves. “Woven with highly conductive silver fiber, each sleeve enhances touch sensitivity and response while reducing friction, ensuring an agile, intuitive gaming experience for maximum accuracy.” Those interested in a pair of Gaming Finger Sleeves can select the Notify Me option on the website. In the meantime, gamers will have to contend with their own potentially greasy mitts.
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