The Ultimate Guide to Humidifiers

Humidifier safety has always been an issue with any brand new device.

But when the company behind the popular 3M safety glasses has a new product, it’s a welcome change of pace.

The 3M Safety Glasses were introduced as a new pair of 3M gloves to the sport of cycling in 2015.

The company introduced them in 2016 and the new product is being sold as a pair of safety glasses with a waterproof coating. 

3M says the 3M sunglasses are designed to protect cyclists from moisture, carbon monoxide, and CO pollution.

“The 3-M Safety Lens for cycling is designed to provide a safer, more reliable, and more environmentally-friendly alternative to helmet use,” 3M wrote on its website.

“The Safety Lens is a durable, high-impact lens designed to absorb moisture and CO and offer the same level of protection to the cyclist as standard safety glasses.”

The new 3M glasses are made of a waterproof polycarbonate material that will keep you dry and protected from the elements while protecting your eyes.

They also offer a few extras. 

The company says the glasses come in a variety of colors including pink, blue, yellow, and green.

There’s also a black version of the 3-m safety lenses, which is available in a black, grey, and white.3M also sells a couple of other cool products.

The 3M Glasses can be used to prevent the loss of a blood vessel in your neck and a new kind of foam helmet with the company’s signature foam that absorbs sweat and keeps your head cool.

3M also says that it has invented a new type of anti-bacterial foam, which you can use in your helmets. 

Finally, 3M is now offering a new 3-year warranty for all 3-meter safety glasses. 

We are glad to see that 3M and 3-MM have finally decided to invest in their products and are introducing these new products to the market.

It makes the product line that much more appealing. 

With the 3MM Safety Lens and the 3mm helmet coming out, the 3R Safety Glass has also been on the market since 2015.

That’s a new helmet in a lot of ways, but we’ll be interested to see if 3R and 3R-MM are ready to launch a new series of 3R safety glasses or just the 3RD safety glasses that are made from 3R.

Police chase and chase-hustle near the Lehigh Valley home of former NRL player, says witness

Police are searching for a man who fled the scene of a chase near Lehigh after he was chased by a witness who said he punched a witness in the face.

The man, believed to be in his 30s, ran after the man and punched him in the mouth on the A55 at Wooronga about 11.30pm on Tuesday.

He was caught by a passer-by and taken into custody.

Police are searching his car in the Woorongah area for evidence.

Witnesses at the scene said they saw a man hit a witness with his car and then leave the scene.

Detective Inspector Mike Taylor said the witness and the man were both in the same car and were driving northbound on the motorway.

He said the driver did not have a licence plate and was believed to have been travelling northbound from Lehigh.

“The witness told police the man ran after him, punched him and left the scene,” Detective Inspector Taylor said.

“We are still looking for the man, but we do not believe he was driving.

The witness was not injured and is expected to return to Lehigh police station on Thursday.

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Police chase and chase-hustle near the Lehigh Valley home of former NRL player, says witness

Police are searching for a man who fled the scene of a chase near Lehigh after he was chased by a witness who said he punched a witness in the face.

The man, believed to be in his 30s, ran after the man and punched him in the mouth on the A55 at Wooronga about 11.30pm on Tuesday.

He was caught by a passer-by and taken into custody.

Police are searching his car in the Woorongah area for evidence.

Witnesses at the scene said they saw a man hit a witness with his car and then leave the scene.

Detective Inspector Mike Taylor said the witness and the man were both in the same car and were driving northbound on the motorway.

He said the driver did not have a licence plate and was believed to have been travelling northbound from Lehigh.

“The witness told police the man ran after him, punched him and left the scene,” Detective Inspector Taylor said.

“We are still looking for the man, but we do not believe he was driving.

The witness was not injured and is expected to return to Lehigh police station on Thursday.

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Police chase and chase-hustle near the Lehigh Valley home of former NRL player, says witness

Police are searching for a man who fled the scene of a chase near Lehigh after he was chased by a witness who said he punched a witness in the face.

The man, believed to be in his 30s, ran after the man and punched him in the mouth on the A55 at Wooronga about 11.30pm on Tuesday.

He was caught by a passer-by and taken into custody.

Police are searching his car in the Woorongah area for evidence.

Witnesses at the scene said they saw a man hit a witness with his car and then leave the scene.

Detective Inspector Mike Taylor said the witness and the man were both in the same car and were driving northbound on the motorway.

He said the driver did not have a licence plate and was believed to have been travelling northbound from Lehigh.

“The witness told police the man ran after him, punched him and left the scene,” Detective Inspector Taylor said.

“We are still looking for the man, but we do not believe he was driving.

The witness was not injured and is expected to return to Lehigh police station on Thursday.

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