23 Years Factory Custom ANSI.Z87.1 safety goggles outdoor windproof safety eyewear with logo for Irish Factories

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Quick Details Place of Origin: Guangdong, China (Mainland) Brand Name: OEM Model Number: XA-139 Certification: CE EN166 Color: clear ,grey black Material: PC Lens Usage: Protective Purpose Style: Protection Safety Glasses Crash strenght: 250t Feature: Anti-scratch Type: Eyeprotection Keywords: protective outdoor safety goggles Delivery time: 25-35days Packaging & Delivery Packaging Details: 1 pcs into a polybag ,12pcs into a box,300pcs into a carton Delivery Detail: within 25-35...


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We are also focusing on improving the stuff management and QC system so that we could keep great advantage in the fiercely-competitive business for 23 Years Factory Custom ANSI.Z87.1 safety goggles outdoor windproof safety eyewear with logo for Irish Factories, We sincerely welcome domestic and foreign merchants who calls, letters asking, or to plants to negotiate, we will offer you quality products and the most enthusiastic service,We look forward to your visit and your cooperation.


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  • Place of Origin: Guangdong, China (Mainland)
  • Brand Name: OEM
  • Model Number: XA-139
  • Certification: CE EN166
  • Color: clear ,grey black
  • Material: PC Lens
  • Usage: Protective Purpose
  • Style: Protection Safety Glasses
  • Crash strenght: 250t
  • Feature: Anti-scratch
  • Type: Eyeprotection
  • Keywords: protective outdoor safety goggles
  • Delivery time: 25-35days

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details: 1 pcs into a polybag ,12pcs into a box,300pcs into a carton
Delivery Detail: within 25-35days
 

Custom ANSI.Z87.1 safety goggles outdoor windproof safety eyewear with logo

Specification
Item name XA-139
Usage eyes protective
Frame Material PC 
Lens material strengthening PC lens anti-scratch,
Lens Color Transparent,Clear, Gray, REVO, Rainbow (Any colors are available)
Frame Color Clear ,black ,green 
MOQ 600pcs/style, 300pcs/color,we accept trail orders also.
Packaging 12pcs/box, 25boxes/ctn, 300pcs/ctn
Sample time 5-7 days, depends on product style (Sample fee is paid by the customer)
Shipping way by sea/air, as you required or depends on the quantity
Port Guangzhou, China
Delivery time 25-35 Days after the order is confirmed
Warranty One year, we will provide the quality assurance of product
Payment term T/T, Western Union, 70% deposit, 30% before shipment
Certificate ANSI Z87.1-2003, CE FDA EN166 
Other We provide service, design, production and packaging
Top quality, competitive price and good service

 

 

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