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EYE MUFFS OFFER HEARING AND EYE PROTECTION

29-09-2014
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New Eye Muffs from Reptiler feature combined one-size-fits-all eye and ear protection.

Made with lightweight non-slip materials, Eye Muffs are designed to the highest industry standards.

The heavy-duty product is easily adjustable and is designed for hard hat compatibility.

Eye Muffs quick-release safety lenses are medium impact-resistance to AS/NZS 1337.1 and are available in three shades (clear, amber and smoke tint) with 99.9% UV protection and can be worn over prescription spectacles.

With superior noise reduction, the Eye Muffs have a decibel rating Class 4 tested to AS/NZS 1270 and certified by SAI Global.

 

Reptiler Pty Ltd

Ph: 0418 696 691

www.eyemuffs.com

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