Topic: Re: Miller Digital Elite Auto-Darkening Welding Helmets?
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I have two of them, one in the service truck, and one in the shop. They are expensive, but in my opinion worth every penny. If you weld outside, the X-mode feature is invaluable(when in X-mode catching the sun doesn't trip the helmet), and having a separate grinding, and cutting mode means two less bulky items to fit in a always cramped truck. If your just intercoursing around in a shop, no go get a $100 name brand auto darkner, but if welding is part of your paycheck you will be happy you spent the extra money.
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