Life Sciences Student Equipment Pack - Size 30 Pack

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This is an opportunity to purchase a collection of some necessary items for your course prior to your arrival.

Please note that the orders will be available for COLLECTION ONLY from the Deeview Student Store on Union Way underneath RGU SPORT. This discounted offer on-line is available for a limited time only

The pack includes;

Howie Lab Coat - High Quality Howie style laboratory coat with knitted cuffs, two lower pockets and a wrap over style stud fastened front for extra frontal protection.  Sizes indicated are chest sizes.
Ordinary Lab Coat - Features include; two lower patch pockets and breast pocket.  Sizes indicated are chest sizes.
Safety Glasses - Universal Fit, polycarbonate wrap around lens with integral side shields.

As you collect these orders from the shop directly, if you need to change lab coat sizes, this can carried out at the time of collection (allowing for stock availability).

SOME ITEMS CAN BE PURCHASED INDIVIDUALLY TO SUIT YOUR REQUIREMENTS, BUT THIS PACK CARRIES A DISCOUNT.

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