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Miller Titan by Honeywell T6121SS/5FTAF 5-Feet Stretch Double-Le

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Miller Titan by Honeywell T6121SS/5FTAF 5-Feet Stretch Double-Le

Product description

Product Description

This pack-type shock-absorbing lanyards include the shock-absorber pack as an integral part of a standard lanyard. In the event of a fall, the pack smoothly expands to reduce fall forces while a back-up safety strap deploys for added fall protection. Measures 9-Inch length by 3-1/2-Inch width by 3-Inch height.

From the Manufacturer

This pack-type shock-absorbing lanyards include the shock-absorber pack as an integral part of a standard lanyard. In the event of a fall, the pack smoothly expands to reduce fall forces while a back-up safety strap deploys for added fall protection. Measures 9-Inch length by 3-1/2-Inch width by 3-Inch height.

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