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Jackson Welding Helmet - HSL1 Passive Lens 14979
Jackson® Welding Helmet - HSL1 Passive Lens 14979
The Jackson® HSL1 welding helmet is a fixed front welding hood with 2 inch X 4 1/4 inch passive shade 10 lens. It has a narrow shell design that is perfect for welding in tight spaces. The Shadow helmet's extended front increases throat protection against sparks, slag, and fumes. HSL-100 helmets can withstand radiant heat up to 350 degrees F. All Shadow helmets come complete with cover plate and shade 10 polycarbonate filter plate.
Package of 1 - Best Welds® clear polycarbonate safety / cover plate. Fits all welding helmets and goggles using a 2" X 4 1/4" lens.
Package of 1 - Best Welds® 2" X 4 1/4" passive shade 5 glass welding lens.
Genuine Jackson® 370 Headgear for your Jackson Halo-X, HSL, Nitro and Premium series welding helmets.
Jackson 187-S Mounting Blade Kit for mounting Jackson welding helmets to Jackson slotted (SC6) hard hats.
- THTitus H.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars11 seconds agoThe best helmet
My last weldong helmet was a fiber shell and the amount of welding I was doing was causing my face to dry out. This offers much more protection from the heat, for all-day welding jobs.
- RRyanVerified BuyerI recommend this productRated 3 out of 5 stars7 years agoGreat for bench welders.
This is a decent hood. I do a lot of over head MIG and I wouldn't dare use this hood for it. I have and it lets a lot of light in from under the hood burning your neck and it doesn't have good coverage when doing overhead your head gets burnt up. I get in real tight spots and frequently poke my head in areas where only my head and mig gun can fit and one of this hoods biggest pitfalls is that it is very bulky and too big for my taste. My primary hood is a FiberMetal Pipeliner and it excels in every situation I put it through unlike this hood. So this hood is not suited for tight spots or overhead so in my opinion its not versatile. If you do easy money gravy work bench welds this hood is acceptable. I do like this hood though its very comfortable and stays up when its supposed to and it is relatively light but like I said its limited in what it can do so I wouldn't really recommend it as a primary hood but its a great back up to keep at the shop or in your trunk. It would be nice if Jackson made a hood for overhead welding instead of all these bench welding hoods.