Curve No Touch

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Curve No Touch is a compact touch tool made from an EPA-registered type of copper that's also purported to be anti-microbial. The idea behind this tool is that if you use it to touch public surfaces, such as pin pads, touch screens, and door handles, you won't expose your hands to a wide variety of germs. Furthermore, due to the tool's anti-microbial nature, it's specified that it'll kill up to 99 percent of the germs and bacteria that are present on its own surface.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Curve No Touch is $29.99 and the shipping is FREE!

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Hold Tool in One Hand

    To get started with your Curve No Touch tool, you'll need to hold it in one hand, which will likely be your dominant hand. For even more control as you use it, you may want to loop one finger through the device's circular hole. Regardless of whether you do this, the end of the tool with the hole should be closet to you, while the end that's not rounded should be further away.

  2. Use Copper Device

    Next, use the copper device to gently push down on something, such as a touch screen or a pin pad, or hook it around an object, like a door handle or a plastic shopping bag. You can even safely use this tool to push buttons on the touch screen of your smartphone or tablet, without worrying about damage to the screen.

  3. Put Tool in Carrying Case

    When you're done using your tool, place it in the included copper-infused carrying case, and pull the case's drawstring as tight as you'd like. Carrying the tool in the case will help protect it from picking up germs and bacteria from other objects while it's not in use. The carrying case can be stored within a larger bag, such as a backpack or a purse.


  • Compact

    Each copper tool is only about a couple of inches long, and even less wide, so while you're not using it, you can store it (and its case) almost anywhere in your home or vehicle. Similarly, if you decide to take it to your workplace, it'll probably fit in the smallest of drawers there.

  • Attaches to Key Ring

    If you're headed to multiple places, and you don't want to keep taking your tool out of its case and putting it back in, you'll be able to attach it to your key ring. Since you'll need your keys to get back into your home or car, you'll be unlikely to lose the entire ring, so it follows that you'll be unlikely to lose your copper device.

  • EPA Registered

    The copper alloy that's used to make each Curve No Touch device has been registered with the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Registration with this agency consistently indicates that a certain type of material is environmentally friendly.

  • Made in the USA

    This particular tool is made in the United States, by a veteran-owned business, which should appeal to those people who like to support the efforts of America's military, both at home and overseas.

Positive Points

  • Kills Variety of Germs

    Curve No Touch has been proven to kill up to 99.9 percent of certain germs, such as MRSA (which can cause pneumonia), staph, and E. Coli, that accumulate on its surface. While it hasn't been proven to kill SARS-Cov-2, the virus that leads to COVID-19, that's not out of the question, and keeping yourself as healthy as possible (in general) can help you resist this virus. By using this tool, you'll also reduce the risk that you'll bring germs home from the outside world and infect your family or household.

  • No Chemicals Involved

    Spraying surfaces with sanitizing chemicals and coating your hands in chemical-based hand sanitizer may also help keep you safe from germs. However, inhaling chemicals can make some people have trouble breathing, and certain topical chemicals can dry out or otherwise irritate the skin. Furthermore, businesses likely won't appreciate it if you spray your own chemicals onto objects while you're inside, but they probably won't mind at all if you pull out your Curve No Touch tool.

  • Doesn't Create Waste

    Another good reason to use this tool to guard yourself against germs and bacteria is that it doesn't create waste, as disposable hand wipes do. If you're into eco-friendliness, and you don't want to create more trash to be added to the planet's landfills, using this tool is a much better choice than constantly wiping your hands with disposable material.

Tips & Tricks

  1. One for Each Family Member

    If your entire family or household wants to use a tool like this, each person should have their own. Otherwise, if you decide to pass one tool back and forth among the group, you might end up passing around more germs than you would with separate tools. This is especially true if all members of a family or household regularly go to a wide variety of locations for work, school, or other activities.

  2. Clean Your Tool Regularly

    In the event that you don't clean your copper tool regularly, it may lose its effectiveness and stop killing as many germs as it usually would. This will be the case, even if you regularly put it in its carrying case instead of exposing it to other items in your environment. To keep it working in an optimum manner, you'll need to clean it with soap and water at least once a week, and then dry it off with a clean, dry cloth.


  • Don't Leave in Water

    While you should regularly clean your Curve No Touch tool, as indicated above, you should never leave it sitting in water. Sulfur, ammonia, and certain acids and salts that are sometimes present in water (especially well water) can actually cause copper to corrode. Corrosion may make your device work less effectively, both when it comes to germ prevention and functionality, and it may diminish its appearance, too.

Critical Advice

The Curve No Touch tool is meant to complement other infection control measures, instead of replacing them. During the global pandemic and the yearly flu season, you should continue to wash your hands, stay home when sick, and wear a mask where it's required, on top of your use of this tool.

Negative Points

  • May Not be Welcome in School

    Some elementary and high schools might consider this tool an object that could be used as a weapon, and may not welcome its presence. If you're going to bring this tool to school yourself, or send it to school with a child, you should check with the principal first and see if it's something that's allowed. The same goes for checking with the manager if you're employed at a workplace that tends to be strict about the items you bring in.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Curve No Touch online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Curve No Touch online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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