Friday, November 13, 2015

Beginnes Fab Ep 32: Lincoln Electric's Viking Welding Helmet Unboxing

It's been around 15 years now, since I started dabbling in welding. Even though my welding experience "career" hasn't been that consistent, I find that I am still progressing. It’s slow progress, but it’s sure.

Without a doubt, one of the most important pieces of equipment you'll need for welding is a welding helmet. Over the years, I've used some decent helmets. I've even used some name brand one with some regularity. In 15 years though, things change. Viewing areas are getting larger, design for comfort is becoming more important, and variable shades and sensibilities are getting ever more refined. So, this time when I bought a welding helmet, I bought one based on experience from trusted friends, industry professions, and value. All of these factors led me to the purchase of this welding helmet. This is what the Lincoln Electric’s Viking Welding helmet is,  and here is what you can expect to come inside the box.

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