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Our friends over at Miller dropped us a line yesterday to let us know they’ve released a new design in their Elite and Digital Elite auto-darkening helmet line: a bald eagle, crest, patriotic stars and stripes, and the 1929 Miller logo featured prominently on the front.

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I’m a mediocre welder — which means I spend a lot of time switching between grinding and welding. The Digital Elite line caught my interest because you can switch it between welding mode (shades 8-13), grinding mode (shade 3), and even a cutting mode (shades 5-8). This makes Miller’s $389 list price a little more palatable for a part-timer like me, because it replaces a separate cutting shield, too. (Street pricing runs around $330.)

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There’s no shortage of screen-printing available direct from Miller — they currently offer six different appearances — or you could always take one to your favorite local airbrush shop.

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3 Responses to Miller Auto-Darkening Helmets: Same Functionality, New Styles

  1. Shopmonger (aka Donny B) says:

    Cool nothing like playing with fire in style………….

    Call Joe Brown in Cali and tell him that Style is BACK…..

  2. [...] Miller Digital Elite Welding Helmets Cost $359 [...]

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