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FoxFury Orange Forensic Goggles

FoxFury Orange Forensic Goggles

B&H # FO6001010 MFR # 600-1010
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Product Highlights

  • Use with Forensic Light Sources
  • Blocks Wavelengths Below 415nm
  • Allows Fluorescence to be Seen
  • Wear over Prescription Glasses
  • Anti-Fog Air Circulation Slots
  • Made of Polycarbonate
  • 100% Ultraviolet Protection
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Color: Orange

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FoxFury 600-1010 Overview

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Use the FoxFury Orange Forensic Goggles in conjunction with forensic light sources during general criminal searches/investigations to aid in looking for fingerprints or to visualize forensic evidence. This color blocks wavelengths below 415nm, and allows fluorescence to be seen when used with light sources that emit 365-395nm (UV), 450-470nm (blue), 495nm (cyan), and 525-532nm (green) wavelengths. The goggles can be used with FoxFury Scout, Rook, HammerHead, and MF Series forensic light sources but cannot be used with forensic laser systems.

The wrap-around design enables them to be worn over regular prescription eyeglasses, with anti-fog air circulation slots on the sides to ensure your vision remains clear. Made of durable and scratch-resistant polycarbonate, they offer 100% protection from harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation, and are ANSI Z87+ safety rated for use in industrial applications.

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FoxFury Orange Forensic Goggles
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    FoxFury 600-1010 Specs

    Material of Construction Polycarbonate
    Blocking 415 nm
    UV
    Dimensions 6.3 x 2.4" / 16.8 x 6.1 cm
    Weight 1.4 oz / 40 g

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