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A New Case for Safety Barre VT

The ANSI-approved safety glasses are a comfortable face-fitting style. One pair of glasses is clear for indoor work; the other is tinted for working outside. They even look cool, designed with one-piece wraparound lenses. The earplugs come in their own case and include a neck cord. The finger-fitting, high-dexterity gloves are more like a second skin than a pair of work gloves. You shouldn't wear them when working on power tools, but they're handy for staying splinter-free when unloading lumber.

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(802) 496-2496
Village Square Shopping Center
Waitsfield, VT
 
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3337 Main St
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A New Case for Safety

A New Case for Safety



You can't use your safety glasses and earplugs if you can't find them. The new Safetypaq, $40, includes earplugs, work gloves and two pairs of safety glasses in a convenient case that keeps your safety gear dust free. The ANSI-approved safety glasses are a comfortable face-fitting style. One pair of glasses is clear for indoor work; the other is tinted for working outside. They even look cool, designed with one-piece wraparound lenses. The earplugs come in their own case and include a neck cord. The finger-fitting, high-dexterity gloves are more like a second skin than a pair of work gloves. You shouldn't wear them when working on power tools, but they're handy for staying splinter-free when unloading lumber. The Safetypaq case is divided inside, so there's a compartment for each piece of gear. It also has a carrying handle, a hole for hanging the case on a hook and magnets on the back so you can stick the case to a metal cabinet, like the side of your tablesaw. If you can't keep your safety gear close by with all those storage options, you just aren't trying.

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Dynapaq, (312) 924-3499, www.dynapaq.com, Safetypaq, $40.

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