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    Auto-darkening welding helmet

    June 1, 2012

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    Auto-darkening welding helmet   

    A “graveyard shift” design has been added to the array of 2450 VIKING Auto-Darkening Welding Helmets. The design features a black surface with a gothic-inspired skull and barbed wire. The helmet uses solar power with battery assistance (from two user-replaceable lithium batteries) and variable sensitivity to control the cartridge’s performance in different environments. It weighs only 21 ounces.

    Lincoln Electric Co.

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