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SP1000 1028640 Clear Lens Spoggle

SP1000 1028640 Clear Lens Spoggle

Honeywell

The SP1000 provides protection against impact, sun, wind, dust and debris coupled with durable performance and minimized fogging thanks to our new Dura-streme technology.

Code: 1028640

Honeywell

£11.15 Each (ex. VAT)

£13.38 inc. VAT
Colour Clear Lens
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SP1000 1028640 Clear Lens Spoggle

Honeywell SP1000 powerful eyewear for today’s demanding work environments. The SP1000 provides protection against impact, sun, wind, dust and debris coupled with durable performance and minimized fogging thanks to our new Dura-streme technology! Its contemporary design offers a range of comfort and adjustability features for all-day wear in a popular black frame color. This high-performance model is a strong addition to your safety eyewear offering.  Ideal for dirty, high-particulate work environments such as grinding, chipping, shaving and sanding. Available with Dura-streme dual coating technology which combines our two best lens coatings — Fog-Ban on the interior and Anti-scratch on the exterior — for 3x longer lens life. Soft and flexible nasal pads conform to a variety of facial profiles and minimize slippage. Soft, high-quality face cushioning and padded temple tips offer all-day comfort. Highly adjustable flame-resistant headband provides excellent fit.

Recommended Industries/Use: Construction, Mining, Oil and Gas, Steel and Metals, Transportation, Wind Energy.

Hazards: Abrasion, Airborne Particulates, Biohazard, Impact, Low Visibility.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Honeywell
Manufacturer Code SP1000

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