Lincoln Electric of the most well-known welding companies around today and there is a good reason why. For over 100 years they've been providing people with high-quality welding equipment. Most people in high-paying welding jobs prefer Lincoln's Viking series helmets, including myself. To make things easier for you, we put together a review for the best Lincoln welding helmets so you can decide which would would be best for you.
When it comes to welding helmets, most welders will have at least one favorite welding helmet that they use for those important projects. For me, that welding helmet has been the Viking 3350 and I never thought the time would come when I'd find a new favorite. However, I was proved wrong when I finally got my hands on Lincoln's newer helmet, the Viking 3250D FGS.
The Viking 2450 welding helmet is a perfect example of why I love Lincoln Electric's products so much. I've had countless different welding helmets over the years but after getting my hands on the Viking 2450 it instantly became my go-to helmet for when I'm just welding in the garage. With it's 4C Lens Technology, I had no problem with visibility and eye strain, a problem I've come across way too often. Not only did I have great clarity, I was also pretty surprised about the comfort after extended use.
No matter who you are or what type of job you're doing, safety should be your number one priority when it comes to welding. With safety being so important, choosing the right welding helmet can be a tedious job. Luckily Lincoln Electric is known for its high-quality and long-lasting products. Besides a couple of flaws, the Viking 1840 has exceeded my expectations, especially for a welding helmet under $200. In this review, I'll go over what makes the Lincoln Viking 1840 welding helmet so great, so you can decide if its right for you.
This is actually one of the few welding helmets that I've been excited to talk about. It's by far my go-to welding helmet for just about any job, big or small. In this Lincoln Viking 3350 welding helmet review, I'll go over what makes this the "Cadillacs" of welding helmets.
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