Bee Suit Gloves

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No matter what type of hive you own – you will be required on occasions, to open the hive and undergo an inspection of the frames in either the brood box or honey super to check colony health.

To ensure you are well protected, you will need to wear a protective beekeeping suit or jacket for these routine inspections, with most importantly, beekeeping gloves – you will not want to put your unprotected hands inside an active beehive!

These Flow Bee Suit Gloves are made from premium quality super-soft goatskin with mesh around the wrist which allows airflow, and unbleached, GOTS certified organic cotton gators which are elasticised at the elbow to prevent unwelcome visitors from entering your suit.

Practical and comfortable to wear, the pliable goatskin makes gripping objects much easier.

These exceptional gloves are the same high quality that we supply with all adult bee suits and jackets (Organic Cotton Suit, Mesh Suit, and Mesh Jacket).

Glove Sizing Chart

  A B C
SIZES

Tip of middle finger to
glove’s wrist seam

Around the knuckles
(outside of gloves)

Total length including
gauntlet

XXS 16 cm 9.5 cm 45 cm
XS 17 cm 10 cm 46 cm
S 18 cm 10.5 cm 47 cm
M 19 cm 11 cm 48 cm
L 20 cm 11.5 cm 49 cm
XL 21 cm 12 cm 50 cm
XXL 22 cm 12.5 cm 51 cm 
3XL 23 cm 13 cm 52 cm
4XL 24 cm 13.5 cm 53 cm
5XL 25 cm 14 cm 54 cm

Washing Instructions:

It is best to hand wash gloves in cold water and then hang to dry in shade.

Do not use a dryer or Bleach when cleaning.

Safety & Care

Beekeeping is a labour of love. As with all animal husbandry, it’s a pastime which requires knowledge, skill and dedication and which carries with it inherent risks. Sooner or later, all beekeepers get stung. Some people have severe allergies to bee stings, so please be aware of the potential hazards when considering whether beekeeping is right for you.

Check out this Flow-sponsored safety pamphlet covering common beekeeping safety risks and first aid responses.

New to beekeeping and not sure where to start?

Check out our new online beekeeping course!

We love welcoming new beekeepers into the Flow Family and have a swarm of resources to assist you in your beekeeping journey.

Included with the purchase of any of our Flow products is support from our knowledgeable Flow team via:

  • Regular 'Facebook Live' events

    Weather permitting, the Flow team host weekly question & answer Facebook-live events.
     

  • Support from our awesome team

    Have Flow product questions? We’re here to help, and operate during Australian business hours, Monday to Friday.

    • Email with our friendly support staff
    • Phone kick back and have a good old chat with Trace
    • Live chat get fast answers to your buzzing questions

     

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Official Flow answers to frequently asked questions.
     

  • Community Forum

    Ask general questions regarding beekeeping, and have them answered by the Flow community - or read through different topics to find your answer!
     

Purchase one of our Flow systems, and become part of the Flow community.

WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING

  • Wonderful invention. Period.

    Gert

    Belgium

  • Greetings from denmark. You did it - now we know it works. We just did the first harvest last weekend. Harvesting approx 10 kg honey.

    The only thing was that it didn't last for longer because it was so funny and a great joy that we have looked forward to for a long time. We even kept a close eye on the frame close to the inspection window and was surprised to see NOTHING happening when we opened the cells..

    Britta & Jens

    Denmark

  • It has been really exciting to be included in the first automatic honey-harvesting device in history. I am really proud of what the Andersons have achieved. Cedar gave me the first jar of honey ever harvested in this way and it is still in my pantry, too precious to be eaten. Congratulations, you two.

    Ric Richardson

    Australia's most successful inventor

  • We did our first harvest on Sunday, we yielded 8.5 kg from 3 frames, so we are very excited.
    We used simple glad-wrap over the bucket to stop potential pilfering. And not knowing for sure if you 'just turn a tap and get honey' we put it straight into a bucket with a gate and a sieve on top, just in case. We then poured out of gate from bucket into jars in the kitchen, in the a/c.
    Beeutiful!

    Louise

    Perth, WA