Uses an auto darkening filter so welders can match the shade of the lens to the environment in which they're working. Viewing area measures 3.93 inches by 2.36 inches. Easy-to-use controls. Complies with both ANSI and CSA standards. Trusted brand name among welding helmets and safety products. Shade adjustment from 9 through 13.
Helmet may feel too tight for some people, making it uncomfortable at times.
Primary shade adjustment from 9 through 13, as well as 5 through 9 in some modes. Viewing area measures 3.86 inches by 1.73 inches, which ranks ahead of most helmets in this price range. Versatile helmet will work on grinding, cutting and welding work. Battery will charge via solar. Includes knob to adjust sensitivity quickly and easily.
May not fit well for some people. Sometimes will not darken quickly enough.
This model combines battery power with solar power (obtained from the light of the welding process) to operate leaving behind a smaller carbon footprint. The design allows you to breathe normally, even in lower temperatures, without fogging up the surface.
This model is best for tasks that can be performed quickly – it might not be suitable for all-day work.
This model is able to switch from light to dark in 1/25000 of a second. If there is an electrical failure, the helmet protects against UV and IR radiation at shade 16. It also has manual controls to adapt to different workplace demands.
This option is not as durable as higher-priced models, and the tightening mechanism may loosen over time.
The screen on this model reduces the green tint to improve visibility and reduce eye strain while retaining its optical clarity rating (1-1-1-2). The size of the screen is 3.93 inches by 3.66 inches, which gives the wearer full view of the welding area.
A few users found this helmet to be less comfortable than other models of comparable price.
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