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NLG Extended Bungee Tool Lanyard

NLG Extended Bungee Tool Lanyard

NLG

The NLG Extended Bungee Lanyard reaches to 2m allowing heavier tools to be connected to anchor points, both on and off the user.

Code: 497365000


NLG

£16.20 Each (ex. VAT)

£19.44 inc. VAT
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NLG Extended Bungee Tool Lanyard

Equipped with the 360° Quick Clip™ connectors at each end, the NLG Extended Bungee Tool Lanyard remains tangle-free even when used with tools that must rotate freely such as screwdrivers, spanners etc.
Quick Clips™ are ergonomically designed for quick connection and disconnection with a built in trigger to facilitate use when wearing gloves. Reduced bungee tension allows for precision control and comfortable handling
Equipped with Quick Clips™ for rapid connection and effortless use with gloves
Extended product life with high strength, wear resistant webbing
Faster visual inspections with contrast stitching
Clever contrast wear indicators ensure early warning of any structural damage
Unique serial number for easy identification and tracking
CE marked
Dynamic load tested and third party certified (2:1 safety factor)
Dimensions: Extends 100cm to 210cm
Max Load: 5KG (11lbs)

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer NLG
Manufacturer Code 101434

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