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Company Pulse Medical Inc.
Item Flex Fit
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  • Offer lightweight construction and a unique design allowing closer fit to the eye socket and brow for maximum protection
  • The temples have ratchet adjustment for in-out and up-down allowing custom fitment for almost any face
  • Color: Clear
  • Description Stylish and comfortable eye protection Properly manufactured radiation protective eyewear can eliminate approximately 90% of scatter radiation. Our high quality frames and materials offer the best protection and comfort with minimized weight. Our lenses are made of Schott RS-520 (SF-6 leaded) optics that meet all industry standards. Most Pulse Glasses are offered with lead impregnated side shielding for maximum radiation saftey.
    Info Pulse Medical Inc.
    Customer Service: (800) 342-5973
    Web site: http://www.rci-pulsemed.com

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