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3M Red Mirror Fuel Spectacles

3M Red Mirror Fuel Spectacles

3M

Our extensive premium eyewear line offers attractive styling which also gives the wearer extra comfort due to a number of additional advanced features including anti-fog lens coatings, adjustable arms, soft temple tips and many more. Manufactured to EN166 1FT.

Code: 71502-00003CP

3M

£9.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£11.99 inc. VAT
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3M Red Mirror Fuel Spectacles

The 3M Fuel is a high performance safety spectacle made of high density nylon material for impact, torsion and heat resistance. The frame's moulded lens supports prevent the lens from being dislodged by a strong frontal impact. Ventilation system on nose bridge and temples helps to prevent fogging. Integrated side shields with ventilation system. Torsion-Lock temples for a head hugging fit. Universal soft nose pads for better comfort. Maxi-impact system for optimum safety and maximum optical clarity. Triple reflex coating for better scratch resistance, high quality mirror and extreme UV. Comes with a microfibre pouch which both protects and cleans the lens when needed. Manufactured to EN166 1FT.

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Manufacturer 3M
Manufacturer Code 71502-00003CP

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