These Hi-Fun bluetooth gloves don't look like much fun to me. They look like your average glove, only they work quite differently. Aside from keeping your digits warm, it also allows you to take calls. If you look closely, you'll notice that there's a speaker built into the thumb and a microphone embedded into the pinky finger.
So when some calls, just punch the appropriate buttons on the back of the glove, and start talking. Just make the 'call me' gesture and that's it. Sound too low? Just put your thumb closer to your ear, but if that doesn't make things better, then just go on right ahead and stick it into your ear canal. Doesn't so good or appealing, does it?
Aside from making you look silly while you take calls using your hand, it's not very handy or convenient either. People still look silly when they use bluetooth headsets, but at least those are hands-free. With this glove, you'd still be one hand down when you're talking on your phone--or, I mean, talking on your hand.
If for some reason you want it, the Hi-Fun glove will be available sometime this October for about $60.