Miller Classic Series Liberty Auto Darkening Welding Helmet (287369)
Miller Classic Series Liberty Welding Helmet with ClearLight Lens (287820)
Miller Classic Series Liberty Welding Helmet with ClearLight Lens (287820)
Miller Classic Series Liberty Welding Helmet with ClearLight Lens (287820)

Miller Classic Series Liberty Welding Helmet with ClearLight Lens (287820)

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The Miller Classic Series Liberty Auto Darkening Welding Helmet (287820) is the perfect choice for welders looking for a auto-darkening hood without breaking the bank. Perfect for students, weekend warriors or those who just need to grab a hood and make a few quick welds, the Miller Classic Series Helmets sport independent arc sensors for dependable arc detection.

The classic series helmets now include Miller's ClearLight Lens Technology. ClearLight allows more colors of the visible light spectrum to come through the lens for natural, accurate tones. ClearLight technology is designed to minimize light blockage, giving welders a brighter light state to see their surroundings.

Viewing Area: 5.15 square inches
Operating Modes: Welding: 8-13 | Cut: 5-8 | Light State: 3
Sensors: 2
TIG Rating: 5 amps
Switching Speed: VS: 1/10,000 second
Weight: 16oz

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