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03.12.2019, 13:21

Lighting Up Winter Working

Health, Safety, Security & Environment, Supplier News, United Kingdom
The latest addition to VSafety's personal protective equipment (PPE) range addresses health and safety concerns associated with working in cold, low-light conditions.


The Portwest LED Head Light Beanie hat delivers the comfort and warmth of a regular beanie with an additional light source for low-light conditions.

 

The rechargeable LED is easily removed from the beanie and connected directly to a USB port for simple charging, with the manufacturer claiming a full battery will provide up to 4 hours of light, depending on the light setting (which can be set to "high" for a beam distance of 10 metres, "medium" for a 5 metre beam distance, or flashing if personal visibility is the number one priority).


Available in 5 colours, including high visibility yellow and orange, the Portwest LED beanie is fully CE marked and offers a brightness of 150 Lumens.

 

Visit www.VSafety.co.uk for additional information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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