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Hi-Vis Hearing Protection

Sync Radio Sync Hi-Vis Digital AM/FM Radio from Howard Leight by Honeywell provides workers with a solution for hearing protection, worker motivation and visibility during the day and at night. Its eye-catching bright green earcups provide a noticeable contrast against dark settings, especially in low lighting situations and inclement weather. The Sync Radio Hi-Vis is also the only AM/FM radio earmuff that incorporates an exclusive reflective headband that glows when exposed to light, providing increased visibility and safety on the job. 

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