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Skulls and welding go hand in hand.  There’s just something “right” about a welder strapping on a flaming death skull and wielding fire to hook metal together.  Miller clearly gets it. They also get that no matter how cool it looks, the functionality needs to be there as well. They achieved both with the Digital Elite series helmets, but they’ve now added more skulls to the lineup with the Wicked model 241462.  We approve.

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Digital Elite helmets feature a digital control that allows users to set and store their shade, sensitivity, and delay preferences for various applications, like welding, cutting, and grinding.  An “X-Mode” provides full protection for those times when there’s an arc present but the sensors are obscured.  X-Mode eliminates interference from sunlight and out-of-position welding angles, such as those found in pipe welding.

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Basically the helmet keeps your eyes safe and your head looking tight while you go about your metal-melting way.  The new 241462 Wicked and the recent 241461 Inferno model will run about $300 apiece after a little hard shopping.

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Wicked Elite Helmet [Miller]
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4 Responses to Miller’s Got A Wicked Addition

  1. fred says:

    We love our Miller Trailblazer – my welder says its the best transpotable we’ve ever owned. Maybe I’m a stick in the mud – but I draw the line at buying things like this that do not convey a sense of professionalism – either to our clients or to our workers. You should be able to enjoy work without such props.

  2. Jereme Green says:

    I love these helmets cool designs and the digital technology is great

  3. emcee says:

    Interesting… I don’t see the country of manufacture listed. I wonder why online retailers are not required to list the country in which something was manufactured.

    I went to purchase some popular name-brand welding gear recently and noticed it was manufactured in China. I prefer tools and equipment manufactured in the USA personally. It seems harder and harder to determine where something is manufactured lately.

  4. Bart's Dad says:

    They are no Speedglas.

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