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Poly Black PU Coated Glove

Poly Black PU Coated Glove

Honeywell

Black polyamide knitted glove. Grey polyurethane coating on palm and fingertips. Gauge 13. Length : 25 cm.

Code: 659003


Honeywell

£2.29 Pair (ex. VAT)

£2.75 inc. VAT
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Poly Black PU Coated Glove

The knitting technique helps to obtain a glove that conforms snugly to the hand, with good dexterity. The glove offers maximum comfort and added sturdiness. The tight knit gives the glove perfect support, limits the penetration of dirt and offers a good touch. The ventilated back and PU coating optimise the gloves breathability. Polyamide with its polyurethane coating provide excellent abrasion and tear resistance. The PU coating ensures a good grip. Non pilling, the polyamide is suitable for precision work. The gloves are certified as silicone-free to ensure their use in painting. Its dark colour makes it more soilproof, thus ensuring a longer life.

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Manufacturer HONEYWELL
Manufacturer Code 2400251

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