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uvex pheos amber lens

uvex pheos amber lens

Uvex

Safety glasses with amber tinted lenses. Permanent anti-fog coating on the inside of the lens and scratch-resistant coating on the outside. Manufactured to EN166 1F KN CE.

Code: 678874


Uvex

£5.09 Each (ex. VAT)

£6.11 inc. VAT
Colour Amber Lens
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uvex pheos amber lens

• Modern, fashionable spectacle offering a wide field of vision • uvex permanent lens coating technology: anti-fog coating on the inside of the lens, scratch resistant on the outside. For increased durability and safety • The frameless, duo-spherical lens with integral brow guard gives additional eye coverage for increased protection • The side arms combine hard and soft materials which grip the head for a non-slip comfortable fit • Side arm design features enhanced ventilation for an improved climate around the eyes and reduced risk of fogging • Low profile side arms increase compatibility with other items of PPE • 100% UVA, UVB and UVC up to 400nm • Metal free • Amber lens with light enhancing effect is suitable for low light and artificial light conditions EN166 1F KN CE

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer uvex
Manufacturer Code 9192 385

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