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MAX-1 Uncorded Earplugs

MAX-1 Uncorded Earplugs

Honeywell

Soft foam delivers superior long-wearing comfort and solid performance.
Delivers maximum in-ear comfort without backing out of the ear canal, easier to insert.
Prevents dirt or other substances from accumulating on earplug or entering ear canal.
Box Quantity: 200 Pairs.

Code: 670425


Honeywell

£26.85 Box of 200 (ex. VAT)

£32.22 inc. VAT
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£26.05 10+ (save £8.00+)
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MAX-1 Uncorded Earplugs

Workers who need to block out loud noise demand the best protection and comfort available in an earplug. Thats where the Max-1 comes in. The worlds most used polyurethane earplug, Max-1 offers superior noise blocking performance in a single use earplug. Max-1's new enhanced contoured shape is easier to insert and resists backing out of the ear canal, while its softer foam delivers superior long wearing comfort; delivering solid performance that your workers can depend on. Box Quantity 200 pairs.

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Manufacturer HONEYWELL
Manufacturer Code 3301161

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