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Clips on DACOR PURSUIT DL MASK are broken -want to replace them

I have prescription lenses and want to replace clips to keep using this great mask! Looks like ebay is the only place to get DACOR parts anymore - anyone else know where to get DACOR Mask parts?

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Ebay only sorry

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Contact the nearest Dacor distributor to get the replacement part.

Click here to get the contac phone number list.

Posted on Aug 19, 2009

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