Hobart Creator Series Black Welding Helmet (770866)
Hobart Creator Series Black Welding Helmet (770866)
Hobart Creator Series Black Welding Helmet (770866)
Hobart Creator Series Black Welding Helmet (770866)

Hobart Creator Series Black Welding Helmet (770866)

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The Hobart creator series helmets offer a 7.1 square-inch viewing screen, three arc sensors, and a grind mode. These are cost-friendly helmets with analog controls, offering variable shades of 9-13 and a shade 3 light state, along with sensitivity and delay controls. The creator series helmets only weigh 19 ounces so you never need to worry about neck strain from a heavy helmet. The auto darkening filter has an "auto-on/off" power control so the lens is triggered at the strike of an arc. These helmets are cheater lens capable, accepting a standard 2 x 4 inch magnifying lens. Includes 3 outside and 2 inside clear cover lens'.

Quick Specs
• Viewing Size: 3.82 x 1.85 inches (7.1 sq inches)
• Shades: Darkened - 9-13 | Light - 3
• Switching Speed: 1/25,000 Second
• Modes: Weld | Grind
• Arc Sensors: 3
• Weight: 19 ounces
• Lens Warranty: 2 years

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