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Even with my limited personal experience with welding, I’ve always been a fan of Miller helmets. One, they seem to be pretty rugged, and two, helmets like the Titanium Elite series Silver (Model 234939) don’t look like the stuff that was handed out in shop class back in the day.

This brain bucket features an aluminum heat shield that protects the analog lens in high amperage 300 plus amp operations and a silver-colored shell reflects heat to keep the helmet (and the noggin inside) cool(ish). The 234939 also has a quick-release snap-off frame for easy-access lens changes.

It’s a good looking, well-designed helmet that will keep your head out of harm’s way, and if you’ve got around $270 you can have one of your very own. Just don’t expect it to stay Lancelot-shiny for very long; it is meant to be used in a welding shop, after all.

Titanium Elite series Silver, Model 234939  [Miller]
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2 Responses to Miller’s Silver Welding Helmet

  1. Shopmonger says:

    These look awesome. I have a old miller auto-darkening helmet that i use for both my Mig and Arc setups. yes it is way to dark for my mig rig, but oh well…..haa haa haaa….. This is making me want to go down stairs to the shop and make some random steal project just to get the tools out,….. haa haa haaa

    Sweet find Mr O’hara


  2. Will says:

    I bought this helmet about a month or so ago and so far have been very pleased with it. It’s super light weight (but still feels like it’s offering some protection) and the viewing window feels huge compared to previous helmets I’ve used.

    I’m bot sure how well the silver will hold up after some shop abuse, but right now it’s pretty sharp looking.

    I’m a big fan.

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