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RFF1000 Vision Mask

RFF1000 Vision Mask

Scott

The Vision full facemask provides the ultimate in comfort and wearer appeal. The Vision 1000 has a central, front fitting position for the filter.

Code: RFF1000

Scott

£143.29 Each (ex. VAT)

£171.95 inc. VAT
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RFF1000 Vision Mask

The Vision full facemask provides the ultimate in comfort and wearer appeal. Available in three sizes and two filter fitting positions, it is also the ultimate in full face solutions for the widest variety of users and applications. The Vision visor provides a virtually unrestricted (98%) field of vision. It curves through both the vertical and horizontal planes and yet remains optically perfect to prevent any visual distortion. It is also hard coated as standard to provide solvent and scratch resistance for low through-life costs. Filters sit low and close to the face, providing excellent balance and weight distribution. The faceseal is Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR), combining the comfort and flexibility of silicone with durability and a long service life. The faceseal design provides a large contact area ensuring an efficient fit without the need to over-tighten the harness. All these features are combined to produce exceptional comfort in use and therefore the highest level of wearer acceptance. The Vision 1000 has a central, front fitting position for the filter.

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Manufacturer SCOTT
Manufacturer Code 2016402

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