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Kickstarter early pledgers can pre-order one complete set of QuikSnap sunshades for a discounted price of USD39.
Dubai: A policeman and a Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) inspector have been acquitted of requesting a cafeteria owner to pay them a bribe not to fine him for fixing a sunshade illegally.
Friday prayers were being offered in Masjid Usman in Landhi Kotal Chowrangi area of North Nazimabad locality when a sunshade of metal collapsed,' SSP central said.
The new sunshade design is manufactured using an automated moulding process and offers a particularly economic solution for this common application.
Speaking about the advantages offered by CubeShade, Intertec stated: "Most process instrument sunshades on the market are relatively small, and are often targeted at single instruments or small-scale field equipment installations.
Unlike many instrument sunshades on the market which essentially consist of a single top shade that only protects against overhead sun, Intertec's design incorporates structural side walls that also shade low-angle sun, as well as providing partial protection against rain, snow, wind-chill, blown dust or sand and accidental impact.
The Fireball 15-45x60 is available with either straight or angled eyepiece and with quick-retractable objective sunshade to protect from glare and distortion.
Other features of these waterproof/fogproof spotters include a sliding sunshade, VueThru case, long eye relief, and optional 25X and 30X eyepieces.
Q DO you know where I can purchase a clip-on sunshade for my deck chair/recliner?
It is beautifully presented in a pretty zip-up bag and contains everything you will need, sunshade face protector, daily eye repair cream, that vital superbalm to protect your lips and other tender facial area, plus an instant boost skin tonic and a skin repair mosituriser.
The hood performs as a sunshade in bright daylight conditions.