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The Latest Miller Welding Helmets with Free Shipping

The Latest Miller Welding Helmets with Free Shipping

Next to a new welding machine, a welding helmet can be one of the most expensive investments for a welder. A helmet can also be one of the most important pieces of safety equipment in your shop. You only get one set of eyes, and a flash from a welding project can knock you out of commission for a day, putting either your work or your weekend in jeopardy—to say nothing about the long term health of your eyes! With Baker’s latest sale on Miller Welding Helmets with free shipping, you don’t have to spend the most to get the best protection.

There are four different kinds of Miller Welding Helmets that you can choose from, based on the kinds of welding work you’ll be doing (click the link above to view a larger version of the comparison chart). Each provides certain features that will be useful for particular applications. Sometimes an extra feature is a critical safety measure for more serious welders, such as having four sensors instead of only two, while others are extremely useful components that can save you time and increase your protection, such as the extra cutting modes or X-mode.

All of Miller’s helmets in this post are auto-darkening, which means they engage the shade automatically once you start working. This makes it especially easy to get started with your welds without losing your spot on the metal when you reach up to flip down your helmet. However, each Miller welding helmet offers a variety of features that you’ll want to consider before you pick up a helmet on sale with the free shipping offer. Here’s a helmet run down:

Classic Variable Shade Miller Welding Helmet

If you need a simple welding helmet for basic welding projects around the shop or at a farm, then this welding helmet provides a wide enough range of shade options to get you started. At 16 oz., this helmet is extremely light so that you won’t suffer from neck strain while you work. You’ll have a very functional shade range of 8-12 and the shades will engage at 1/10,000 of a second.

Digital Pro-Hobby Miller Welding Helmet

The Digital Pro-Hobby provides the same light weight, but it offers a bit more with a larger shade range, 8-13, than the previous model. Additional features include an improved shade switching speed at 1/20,000 (this feature holds true for the rest of Miller’s helmets below) and grinding mode, a really useful option when you’re prepping or finishing a weld.

Learn more about the Pro-Hobby Welding Helmet.

Digital Performance Miller Welding Helmet

The Digital Performance welding helmet adds a level of protection with three arc sensors in order to reduce the possibility of being flashed while you weld. It also includes a 5-8 shade cutting mode. The additional cutting mode makes it easy to work on a project and move between cutting and welding without having to remove your helmet. If you’ve ever spent an afternoon working on a project, you’ll know that this simple addition can save a lot of time and aggravation since you don’t have to keep removing your helmet and putting it back on after each cut.

The viewing area on this helmet is 7.22 square inches, giving you more viewing area while you work. 

Learn more about the Digital Performance Welding Helmet.

Digital Elite Miller Welding Helmet

The large 9.26 square inch viewing area is what sets apart this Miller welding helmet from the rest of the welding helmets in Miller’s line and puts it among the other leading welding helmets for square inch viewing area. Four arc sensors are also a big bonus if you upgrade to the Digital Elite, making it the safest helmet you can purchase out of Miller’s welding helmet options.

X-Mode is the real advantage that the Digital Elite helmet offers and that may even give it an edge over other welding helmets if you’re a professional welder who works out of position all of the time. In one of our recent welding helmet comparisons we found out the following about X-Mode:

“X Mode detects the electromagnetic field from the welding arc and provides continual eye protection even if the sensors can’t pick up any flash from the welder. Most welders leave this setting on all of the time, since it removes any possibility of ever being flashed.”

Learn more about the Digital Elite Welding Helmet

Ed C.


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