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uvex Pheos CX2 Safety Spectacles K&N Rated - CBR lens

uvex Pheos CX2 Safety Spectacles K&N Rated - CBR lens

Uvex

Soft component connected directly with the lens. Relaxing focused vision. uvex supravision excellence coating: anti-fog on the inside, extremely scratch-resistant and chemical-resistant on the outside. Frame in white and black. PC lens light brown (CBR65)

Code: 692315


Uvex

£7.99 Pair (ex. VAT)

£9.59 inc. VAT
Colour White / Black
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uvex Pheos CX2 Safety Spectacles K&N Rated - CBR lens

Optimum eye protection in all situations: The soft component connected directly with the lens offers reliable protection against dust and water. The innovative uvex X-tended Eyeshield adapts perfectly to the wearer's face – for excellent wearer comfort and 100% protection.

The new uvex CBR65 lens tinting enhances the contrast (C = Contrast), reduces blue light (B = Blue light reduction) and offers a relaxed view (R = Relax) with 65 percent transmission.

General features

"X" branded safety spectacles with a modern, sporty design
Frame colors: white, black
PC lens light brown (CBR65)

Safety features

Certified to EN 166 (personal eye protection) and EN 172 (sunglare filters for industrial use) and AS / NZS 1337.1
Labelling: W 166 FT CE – 5-1.4 W 1 FTKN CE
Reliable UV400 protection
Comfortable protection thanks to the "X-tended Eyeshield", a soft forehead and nose piece Moulded directly onto the lens
X-Twist side arm technology for a secure, non-slip fit

Comfort features

Relaxed view thanks to uvex CBR65 lens tinting
Anti-fog on the inside, extremely scratch-resistant and chemical-resistant on the outside (uvex supravision excellence)
Large field of vision with duo-spherical lens
Innovative uvex duo component technology for maximum wearer comfort
Can be easily combined with other PPE

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer uvex
Manufacturer Code 9198064

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