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LIVIVO ® Solar Powered Auto Darkening Welding Helmet £15.99 @ FiNeWaY / Amazon

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Price: £15.99 FREE UK delivery. at amazon Light State: DIN4, Dark State: DIN9-13, Switching time: 1/25,000S at room temperature, Operation temperature: - 5°C (23°F) - +55°F (131°F), Delay time: 0.2S … Read More
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5m, 4w agoFound 5 months, 4 weeks ago
Price: £15.99 FREE UK delivery. at amazon
Light State: DIN4, Dark State: DIN9-13, Switching time: 1/25,000S at room temperature, Operation temperature: - 5°C (23°F) - +55°F (131°F), Delay time: 0.2S ~ 0.8S, Sensitivity: Stepless Adjusted, Grind: Yes, Battery: Li-Mi & Solar Combination, Min. Lifetime: 5,000 Welding hours, Viewing Area: 92 x 42mm (3-3/5" x 1-7/11"), Cartridge Size: 110 x 90 x 10mm, Shape Adjustment: Outside & Stepless, Sensors: 2, UV & IR Protection: Up to shade DIN16, Certification: CE EN379 EN175
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#1
I'm very tempted but do I really need it, I have a Snap On one that works from a small 12v battery.
#2
Very good price. Welding = Hot

Thankfully I don't weld for a living anymore. X)
#3
I find that the cheaper helmets force you to use a lower shade which in turn causes a lot more eye fatigue
#4
Ordered one of these, great price, shame it's not Prime, I'll have to wait a few days!! thank you for posting, heat added
#5
Heat added as a reminder of the pains of arc eye I can no longer get now I don't weld! Respect to all welders though :)
#6
thanks just ordered for son been looking for ages heat
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deanc555
I find that the cheaper helmets force you to use a lower shade which in turn causes a lot more eye fatigue
Agree, however if only welding occasionaly they seem to do the job.

Used a cheap mask years ago and if using for more than 2 hours I would end up with sore eyes and a splitting headache.
Mask was set at correct shade but didnt seem to operate anywhere near as fast as stated.
The lenses block UV whether on or off so no arc eye but the brightness gives you eye strain/fatigue.

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