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Style 600 lightweight stylish ABS White Safety Helmet

Style 600 lightweight stylish ABS White Safety Helmet

Scott Safety

Style 600 lightweight stylish ABS safety helmet manufactured to EN397.

Code: HC600


Scott Safety

£9.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£11.99 inc. VAT Was: £10.25 (ex. VAT)
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Style 600 lightweight stylish ABS White Safety Helmet

Style 600 offers a perfect blend of comfort, stability and balance to ensure a high degree of wearer acceptance even in the most arduous head protection environments. Style 600's stylish design ensures wearers are happier to wear a piece of head protection they are obliged to wear and its multiple branding positions provide a sense of pride and identity for workers. Style 600 utilises premium quality durable ABS polymer for long lasting protection and aesthetics. In addition to being able to connect to Protector's extensive range of face and hearing protection, Style 600 can be specified with an internal retractable eyeshield to ensure eye protection is always at hand. 8 point terylene harness. 30mm accessory slots. Lightweight - 350g. Manufactured to EN397.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer SCOTT
Manufacturer Code 2011289

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