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Pyramex PMEXTREME LED Light Up Safety Glasses (ESB6310STPLED)

Pyramex PMEXTREME LED Light Up Safety Glasses (ESB6310STPLED)

Pyramex

Pyramex PMEXTREME LED Light Up Safety Glasses (ESB6310STPLED) Clear Anti-Fog Lens with Black Frame and Pivoting LED lights built into the temples. Easy push on/off button and up to 50 hours of light before batteries need to be replaced!

Code: 692551


Pyramex

£11.29 Pair (ex. VAT)

£13.55 inc. VAT
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£10.39 10+ (save £9.00+)
Size One Size, Colour Clear
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Pyramex PMEXTREME LED Light Up Safety Glasses (ESB6310STPLED)

Built-in rubber nose piece. Rubber temple tips keep eyewear secure for the active worker. The L1154 alkaline batteries provides up to 50 hours of use before replacing. Easy to use push button on/off switches are located at the top of each temple. Scratch resistant polycarbonate lens provides 99% UVA/B/C protection. The super bright pivoting LED bulbs (3 lumens per side) help you to see in dark places while keeping your hands free to do other task. Three batteries per temples (six total) are included.

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Manufacturer Pyramex
Manufacturer Code ESB6310STPLED

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