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2112-001 uvex x-fit uncorded earplugs

2112-001 uvex x-fit uncorded earplugs

Uvex

The uvex x-fit Uncorded Earplugs are characterised by high levels of sound absorption, making it particularly suitable for loud environments, the foam ear plugs also have a sealed surface, reducing the potential for contamination. The soft foam offers real comfort, even when worn for extended periods. Box Quantity: 200 Pairs.

Code: 670437


Uvex

£24.25 Box of 200 (ex. VAT)

£29.10 inc. VAT
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2112-001 uvex x-fit uncorded earplugs

Top protection - very high absorption level. Top sound - excellent voicerecognition. Top fit - very comfortable to wear. The x-fit has an innovative "x" emboss that helps reduce the pressure on the ear canal, making it more comfortable, in addition to making it easier to grip when removing the earplug. The ergonomically shaped uvex x-fit disposable earplug is characterised by high levels of sound absorption, making it particularly suitable for loud environments. The uvex x-fit foam earplug has a sealed surface, reducing the potential for contamination. The soft foam offers real comfort, even when worn for extended periods. SNR 37dB H = 36, M = 34 , L = 34 dB. For use in noise levels up to 111 dB(a). Box Quantity 200 pairs.

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Manufacturer uvex
Manufacturer Code 2112 001

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