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uvex i-works sun glare lens

uvex i-works sun glare lens

Uvex

Safety glasses with anthracite and grey frames and sun glare filter. Panoramic lenses for great peripheral vision. uvex permanent anti-fog coating on the inside of the lens and scratch-resistant on the outside prolongs the life of the product. Manufactured to

Code: 650036


Uvex

£5.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£5.99 inc. VAT
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£5.69 10+ (save £3.00+)
Colour Anthracite/Grey
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uvex i-works sun glare lens

• British led styling - German engineering • Sporty design - robust while looking good • Panoramic lens for great peripheral vision • uvex permanent anti-fog coating on the inside of the lens, scratch resistant on the outside • Permanent lens coating technology prolongs product life offering great value for money • Soft grip side arms - ultra comfortable. Stable, non-slip fit • Low profile side arms with practical hang cord attachment option • Metal free • 100% UV protection • Grey sun glare lens is suitable for when sunlight and glare may be a hazard • Conforms to EN172 - full colour recognition

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer uvex
Manufacturer Code 9194.270

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