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3M 2740 Spectacles

3M 2740 Spectacles

3M

As well as their modern design and high wearer comfort, the spectacles in the Comfort line provide reliable protection and various adjustment options for increased security and comfort. Manufactured to EN166 1F T.

Code: 2740

3M

£6.95 Each (ex. VAT)

£8.34 inc. VAT
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£6.49 10+ (save £4.60+)
Colour Clear Lens
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3M 2740 Spectacles

The 3M 2740 Series Spectacles provide additional features and style for increased security, comfort and wearer acceptance. Excellent impact resistance. Optical class 1 for high optical clarity. Polycarbonate lens provides reliable protection against specified levels of hazardous UV radiation. Anti-Scratch coating for increased durability and improved vision. Anti-Fog coating to help Reduce lens fogging, particularly during physical work or when wearing half masks. Wraparound, sporty design. Adjustable temple length to suit the individual. Adjustable lens angle. Soft temple tips Reduce pressure. Lightweight. Choice of lens for suitability in a wider range of environments. Ideal for use in many environments including agriculture, assembly work, automotive & bodyshops, construction, DIY, grinding, laboratories, light engineering, turning and woodworking. Manufactured to EN166 1F T

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Manufacturer 3M
Manufacturer Code 2740 - Clear Polycarbonate, AS-AF - 2C-1.2 3M 1 FT

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