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Divided Eyewear Dispenser

Divided Eyewear Dispenser

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Divided eyewear dispener allow employees to organize safety glasses by styles and sizes. Easy for workers to find the protection they need.
  • Divided eyewear dispenser allows you to store by two different styles or sizes.
  • Workers can easily find the appropriate protection.
  • White acrylic dispenser features a lid to keep out dust.
  • Available unfilled or filled with 20 pair of Seepro safety glasses.
  • For tabletop use only.
  • 11-1/2"h x 15-3/8"w 9"d
  • In Stock
Safety glasses dispensers provide easy access to eye protection. Best quality and selection. Fast shipping. 60 years of satisfied customers.
$134.49 InStock NewCondition
Starting at
$134.49
Buying Options
Product Type Price Quantity
SKU: PZG34 Safety Glasses,Safety Goggles
$134.49
Each
SKU: PZG34-F Divided Dispenser, Filled
$178.39
Each

Product Features - Divided Eyewear Dispenser

Call us at 1-877-775-5939 to learn about this product.
Free material samples of this product may be available.

Specifications

Manufacturer Name BRADY

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    Can I purchase this divided eyewear dispenser unfilled

    We are interested in the Acrylic Divided Eyewear Dispenser
    Asked by: Claudia
    Yes, item PZG34 is unfilled. It says "safety glasses, safety goggles" in the description which makes it confusing. However, it is the unfilled dispenser, not safety glasses.
    Answered by: Valerie
    Date published: 2017-12-01
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