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uvex 9307-375 Carbon Vision Goggle

uvex 9307-375 Carbon Vision Goggle


uvex carbonvision safety googles. Lightweight at 46 grams, with high mechanical stability. Uvex supravision extreme coating: extremely scratch-resistant exterior, permanently anti-fog interior. Frame in black, grey. PC lens, clear.

Code: 670305


£12.09 Pair (ex. VAT)

£14.51 inc. VAT
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uvex 9307-375 Carbon Vision Goggle

• Low profile wraparound style goggle. Close fitting with smaller dimensions than most traditional goggles. Less obtrusive allowing for increased flexibility of movement
• Lightweight goggle for medium energy impact protection
• Excellent, permanent anti-fog and scratch-resistant lens coating. Offers excellent value for money.
• Combines hard and soft components creating a soft effective seal around the eyes. Easy to clean
• High levels of dust and splash protection
• Wide fully adjustable head strap fits all head shapes - provides a secure pressure free fit. Comfortable for long-term use
• 100% UVA, UVB and UVC up to 400nm
• Clear lens – suitable for virtually all light conditions and workplace environments

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer uvex
Manufacturer Code 9307.375

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