About This Product

When a sick person coughs or talks, virus particles can spray from their mouth or nose into another person’s face. You’re most likely to inhale these droplets through your mouth or nose, but they can also enter through your eyes. To prevent possible exposure, it’s best to keep your hands off your face, and definitely stop rubbing your eyes. The best way to do that: start wearing glasses, which can form a physical barrier to protect your face — and your eyes — from germs in the air.

Strong lens

  • Lens is made of durable, hard-coated polycarbonate

Protection "all around"

  • Contemporary-styled frames that offer side and brow protection

Adjustable

  • legs are adjustable to fit any face shape / size

Brand Charger Safety Glass

KHO1074-BCT

SGD 3.23 - 5.15

Free shipping for total order SGD 500 and above

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Color: Black with White

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Product Summary:

Brand Charger Safety Glass

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Brand Charger Safety Glass

KHO1074-BCT

SGD 3.23 - 5.15

Free shipping for total order SGD 500 and above

Lead Time (from artwork confirmation)

Color: Black with White

Product Quantity

Estimated Delivery:

Delivered by  

with logo

if artwork is confirmed by

Product Summary:

Brand Charger Safety Glass

Sample

Quantity:

Colour:

Size:

Lead Time:

Nett Price: Included logo print and excluded GST

Nett Price: excluded GST

Sample Viewing: Available upon request

Sub Total: =

Brand Charger Safety Glass

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

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:   14.6*2*12cm

:   85 x 32 x 54 cm

:   12 Kg

:   300

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Stock Status

Colour In-Stock Upcoming
Black with White  

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About This Product

When a sick person coughs or talks, virus particles can spray from their mouth or nose into another person’s face. You’re most likely to inhale these droplets through your mouth or nose, but they can also enter through your eyes. To prevent possible exposure, it’s best to keep your hands off your face, and definitely stop rubbing your eyes. The best way to do that: start wearing glasses, which can form a physical barrier to protect your face — and your eyes — from germs in the air.

Strong lens

  • Lens is made of durable, hard-coated polycarbonate

Protection "all around"

  • Contemporary-styled frames that offer side and brow protection

Adjustable

  • legs are adjustable to fit any face shape / size

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