Welding process produces different arc and sparks which may harm the user. So it’s better to use a proper welding helmet to protect your eyes from these UV rays.
Wearing welding helmets for a long time can be a bit tiring task. You may experience pain in your neck and shoulder.
So that’s why Lincoln Viking has something extra-ordinary for you.
Lincoln Viking 3350 welding helmet is one of the lightest welding helmets that weighs only 3 pounds. It means you won’t feel that you are wearing any mask on your head.
All thanks to its adjustable knob and padded back that gives a superior level of comfort to its users.
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Lincoln Viking 3350 Welding Helmet Review
SPECIFICATIONS AND FEATURES:
- Viewing window size: 3.74” by 3.34
- Weight: 3 pounds
- Material: plastic, nylon, and polycarbonate
- Shade range: 5 to 13
- Lens technology: 4C
- Optical clarity rating: 1/1/1/1
- Sensors: 4 arc sensor
- Solar battery operated
Lincoln Viking 3350 is a true example of perfection. It has so many amazing and astounding features that will surely compel you to buy it.
Let’s discuss them one by one.
4C Lens Technology:
Generally, other helmets that use normal lens do not show the true color of arc rather they show green tint.
So if you wear Viking 3350 helmet and observe your surrounding you will feel the true color of your surroundings with blue tint. You will feel like you are looking through sunglasses with a blue tint.
4C technology is really very helpful in the arc welding process, where you need to have a complete focus on your operation.
Since Lincoln Viking 3350 is a perfect helmet to be used for the arc welding process therefore it’s lens has an optical clarity rating of 1/1/1/1. This is one of the highest ratings that you can get in a fewer welding helmet.
With the help of optical clarity, you can have a clear vision without any blurriness and distortion.
A combination of 1/1/1/1 rating of optical clarity and 4C lens technology enables you to focus on welding puddles more clearly.
Not only this, but it also has an ultra-wide viewing area that is 3.74” X 3.34” inches. This much large viewing area makes Lincoln Viking 3350 one of the best welding helmets with the biggest lens.
Shade range of the welding helmet is equally important as the lens and optical clarity. Since helmets are used for various applications for which there are different shades range.
Talking about Lincoln electric Viking 3350 helmet it has a shade range of as low as 5 and as high as 13. This shade range is pretty much wide range, which enables you to do different welding operations.
Lincoln Viking helmet features 4 arc sensors. These sensors are of crucial importance especially when you are dealing with arc shots.
These sensors continuously monitor the area around your face and as soon as it detects any spark that occurs near your face, the sensor will automatically go off and turn on the filter.
You will be surprised to know that it switched on the filter in 1/25,000 of a second. See how responsive the arc sensors are.
Lincoln electric Viking 3350 welding helmet is quite comfortable to use. You won’t feel as if you are carrying a heavy box on your head.
It is amazingly light in weight. It weighs only 3 pounds which means it is ultra-light in weight. All thanks to its durable material that has been used in its construction which is nylon and polycarbonate.
This lightweight welding helmet fit perfectly on the head of the user. For this purpose, it has a knob that is there at the back of the helmet, which is meant for the proper adjustment of the helmet.
Viking 3350 has been designed by keeping in mind the motive of giving superior comfort to its users. It is indicated by the presence of a flexible and cushioned back pad which gives strain and pain-free welding experience.
So with Lincoln Viking 3350 welding helmet, you can weld all day long as it doesn’t exert any pressure on neck and shoulder.
Battery Operated Welding Helmet:
Lincoln Viking 3350 welding helmet is a battery-operated welding helmet and requires quarter sizes batteries for proper working, the best part is, it can be operated by solar power as well, for this purpose it features CR-2450 solar cell batteries.
So use the helmet outside in the sunlight as long as its batteries have some power. But once they get drained, you will have to switch to a solar power supply.
Lincoln Viking 3350 Welding Helmet is perfect for:
Newbie- as it has a large viewing screen that gives true-color with a blue tint
Experts’ industrial welders – as it can be used for a stick, TIG, MIG welding process.
Arc welders- as the arc puddle can be seen clearly because of the optical clarity rating of 1/1/1/1.
What I Like:
Welding is a process that needs proper attention and clear visibility. Lincoln solves this issue by using 4C lens technology and 1/1/1/1 optical rating. This deadly combination gives you a crystal clear image for what’s going in front of you in the weld puddle.
Apart from this, it has 4 dedicated arc sensors that protect your eyes from any kind of strain.
Not only his, but it is also really very light in weight and fits easily on very users. It has an adjustable knob for the proper adjustment that makes wearing it easy.
What I Don’t Like:
Well, the mask has grind mode as well, which I think is a good point but unfortunately, the manufacturer has forgotten to add any signal or indicative point, which lets the user know that it’s in grinding mode.
Lincoln Viking 3350 is a true blend of perfection, innovation, and versatility. Ideally, it can be used for TIG, MIG welding process but it can be sued for arc welding and grinding purposes too. You can use it in its various welding applications.
Best part is, you won’t have to sell your leg or kidney to buy it. It’s quite pocket friendly. You can easily afford it even if you are on budget.
So what are you waiting for? Buy one for yourself and give yourself an ultimate welding experience.