Get a $60 Rebate On Speedglas Welding Helmets
Your welding shop is about to get a whole lot more comfortable with the
latest welding helmets from Speedglas that specialize in comfort and durability
for a long day in the shop, while also providing an excellent viewing area.
Speedglas welding helmets have been tested and approved by experts who have
ensured that the helmet will not cause discomfort at key pressure points or lead
to fatigue. In fact, Speedglas welding helmets can be worn all day no matter
what you’re working on.
Now through October 31st, you can pick up a Speedglas helmet with a $40-$60
rebate depending on the model you purchase. You can buy a Speedglas helmet right now at Baker’s Gas and
Welding or you can read on about the advantages of a Speedglas welding
helmet (particularly the 9100 and related models in this post).
More Options for Your Welding Work
Whether you’re starting a welding project from scratch by grinding metal and
making cuts or you’re getting right to work with MIG or TIG welder, Speedglas
helmets offer a wide variety of shade options that you won’t find in many other
welding helmets: A grinding shade 3. Gas welding shade 5. Micro-plasma welding
shade 8. Arc welding shades 9 through 13.
Since Speedglas helmets are so comfortable, you can wear them for long
periods of time and get a ton of work done in your shop without having to stop
or to switch head gear.
Safe and Versatile Welding Helmets
One of the first things most welders notice about a Speedglas welding helmet
is the wide viewing area that makes it extremely easy to see all of your work
piece without any obstructions. In fact, the viewing area measures over 4” wide
on most of the top end Speedglas helmets. That’s a really big viewing area!
In addition, Speedglas offers side-viewing areas that enable you to see
around your work site. If you’re working around heavy machinery, hazardous
materials, or fellow workers who may not pay attention to your location, it can
help to have a little peripheral vision to keep track of everything. Not a fan
of side viewing areas? You can just insert panels to cover them up.
While you’ll get more viewing area on a Speedglas helmet, you’ll also get
plenty of safety, as it’s designed from durable materials that can handle
whatever a job site throws at them. They meet the mechanical strength
requirements of EN 1 levelBand ANSI Z8 .1- 00, so you can trust that your helmet
is up for the job.
Welders who work on construction sites will be glad to know that Speedglas
helmets offer all of the adaptations they’ve come to expect from a top of the
line welding helmet, include a hard hat adaptor and a cheater lens .
Excellent Neck Coverage
Perhaps we don’t talk enough about the importance of a welding helmet
covering your neck. I think we can all say we’d rather not get hit with a spark
in the throat. A sunburn on the neck can be just as unpleasant. Both can happen
if your welding helmet doesn’t offer enough coverage on your neck.
Speedglas welding helmets extend far enough down and around your neck so that
you won’t have to worry about sparks or burns on the front or side of your neck
while you work. They keep you covered without weighing you down with added bulk.
It weighs in at 20 oz., so you won’t have to worry about neck strain or neck
A Breathable Welding Helmet
You may notice that welding helmets can get a bit stuffy if you’re working in
a warm room or outside in the heat. In addition, each breath you take can fog up
the viewing area and add to the discomfort. Speedglas helmets specialize in
breathability so that you have excellent air flow and unimpeded vision while you
Comparing SpeedGlas to Other Welding Helmets
Speedglas rates well in comparison to other welding helmets, and it can
handle most standard welding jobs just as well or better than the leading
helmets on the market. However, welders will want to investigate a few features
that Speedglas does not include: solar power and a fourth censor.
For many welders, these features are just luxuries. Solar power keeps your
helmet charged up all day and a fourth sensor is mainly useful when welding out
of position, and it would take a rather extreme out of position weld to miss all
three sensors on a Speedglas helmet!
The larger viewing area and comfortable fit of a Speedglas helmet may be all
that you need to know to pick up a new Speedglas helmet. In addition, Baker’s
discounted price, free shipping, and additional rebate makes this a really
affordable deal for a brand new, top of the line welding helmet.