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uvex x-act fit corded earplugs

uvex x-act fit corded earplugs

Uvex

uvex X-Act Fit corded earplugs are setting new benchmarks for fit and wearer comfort. The ergonomic designs and extreme flexibility adapt to the human anatomy offering functionality and perfect fit - Box Quantity 50 pairs

Code: 650215


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£50.09 Box of 50 (ex. VAT)

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uvex x-act fit corded earplugs

uvex X-Act Fit corded earplugs are setting new benchmarks for fit and wearer comfort. The ergonomic designs and extreme flexibility adapt to the human anatomy offering functionality and perfect fit. EN352-2, SNR26. Oval tapered shape fits the natural shape of the ear canal for easy, comfortable secure fitting. Ergonomic stem marked left and right with thumb indentations for easy fitting. Left and right fitting ensures consistently accurate insertion and optimum protection. Adjustable neck cord can be altered to wearers requirements for increased safety. Low pressure, sealed PU foam. Replaceable pods help prolong the life of the product. Box Quantity 50 pairs.

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Manufacturer uvex
Manufacturer Code 2124.001

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