Optrel Panoramaxx CLT Black Welding Helmet (1010.200)
Optrel Panoramaxx CLT Black Welding Helmet (1010.200)
Optrel Panoramaxx CLT Black Welding Helmet (1010.200)
Optrel Panoramaxx CLT Black Welding Helmet (1010.200)
Optrel Panoramaxx CLT Black Welding Helmet (1010.200)

Optrel Panoramaxx CLT Black Welding Helmet (1010.200)

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Optrel placed their industry-leading Crystal 2.0 lens inside the Panoramaxx helmet giving the user the absolute best quality lens and largest field of vision available! The Panoramaxx helmet offers six times the field of view compared to a standard ADF. This helmet has an ergonomic nose piece that allows the helmet to sit closer to the face, thus offering a much wider field of view. The Panoramaxx brings together the 2.0 light state of the Crystal with the ShadeTronic system found in the e684 helmets.

ShadeTronic Technology
The adaptive shade level control automatically adjusts to the perfect shade level. Let me say that again so it sinks in. The Optrel Panoramaxx has an autopilot feature that automatically detects the amperage settings you're using and automatically adjusts the shade of the lens so you don't have to stop and manually make the adjustments. Going from grinding to MIG to TIG is no problem and no manual adjustments are needed. The Optrel Panoramaxx has an additional sensor that measures arc intensity and will automatically adjust the shade as the arc changes. This is a groundbreaking, unique feature that you will absolutely love.

High Definition Viewing
Similar to your new high definition television, the Panoramaxx's special HD lens provides the truest color on the market. Its Class 1 angular dependency allows welders to see the clearest, crispest view possible, enabling you to better concentrate and make your weld with more precision.

Twilight Technology
Unlike other adaptive lenses that rapidly return to light, the Panoramaxx uses a twilight feature that restores light more naturally after you're done with your weld, presenting a smooth transition to your eyes. This unique, Optrel-exclusive feature will reduce your eye fatigue and help you work longer and safer.

IsoFit Headgear
Optrel has redefined the meaning of "great headgear". The IsoFit is a form-fitting headgear with 3 adjustment points to shape it to the user's head and a tightening rope to make the headgear snug. The IsoFit comes with 4 replaceable/washable foam head pads that are made of Trikot-Textile. This proprietary headgear is also backwards-compatible with all Optrel helmets.

The rechargeable lithium-polymer battery pack lasts hundreds of hours and the lens is recharged utilizing a micro-USB cable.

The upper side adjustment knob moves the helmet shell up and down, allowing a higher or lower perspective while welding.

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Features
• Crystal Liquid ADF Technology (CLT)
• 2.0 Light State
• True Color View
• 600% Larger Field of View
• External Grind Button
• 5 Arc Sensors
• Tack Welding Setting
• IsoFit Headgear

Quick Specs
• Weight - 19.4 oz
• Shade range - 7-12 ShadeTronic
• 2.0 Shade light state
• 2 Year warranty (3 Year Warranty after registering product)

Includes
• Panoramaxx CLT Helmet
• Optrel Black Mesh Storage Bag
• (1) Spare Front Cover Lens
• Micro-USB Charging Cable
• User Manual

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