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uvex 2112-100 Hi Com Uncorded Earplugs

uvex 2112-100 Hi Com Uncorded Earplugs

Uvex

The highly innovative shape of the uvex hi-com earplug reduces the level of sound that can build up in the inner ear when wearing hearing protection. The innovative channel and cavity design increases the surface area and absorption. The uvex hi-com earplug delivers softer acoustics and absorbs noise interference, making it possible to understand speech clearly.

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Uvex

£30.69 Box of 200 (ex. VAT)

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uvex 2112-100 Hi Com Uncorded Earplugs

The highly innovative shape of the uvex hi-com earplug reduces the level of sound that can build up in the inner ear when wearing hearing protection. The innovative channel and cavity design increases the surface area and absorption. The uvex hi-com earplug delivers softer acoustics and absorbs noise interference, making it possible to understand speech clearly.

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Manufacturer uvex
Manufacturer Code 2112-100

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