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Combined ear defenders and goggles

Lightweight, simple, easy to use.
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A pair of goggles or safety spectacles combined with a pair of ear defenders into a single unit.
8th of 7, Oct 28 2002

Baked http://www.xpaintba...m/jtspecsofear.html
As well as many other sites. [NickTheGreat, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

Really Baked http://www.jandrwel...ll/ScottGoggle.html
Look suitable for indoor use to me. [Nick@Nite, Oct 21 2004]

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       I'm not sure about an eye/ear protection combo, But there are hard hats which come equiped with both.   

       [NickTheGreat], quite close, but not exactly what I had in mind. Thanks though. I want earmuffs, not just mechanical protection.   

       [2fries] Yes, I have a helmet with visor and earmuffs. And I have separate goggles and ear defendres and they're always getting entangled as I take them on and off. What I want is just lightweight specs and earmuffs for bench work. The hat is hot and heavy indoors.   

       [Nick@Nite] if you can find a link I'll glady follow it up.
8th of 7, Oct 28 2002

       Ker! Blimey, there's just no pleasing some people is there?
NickTheGreat, Oct 28 2002


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