Lincoln Electric's new Viking 3350 Hot Rodders welding helmet with hand-drawn designClick image to enlarge

Classic hot rod cars inspired Lincoln Electric’s latest helmet design in its Viking 3350 Series, the Hot Rodders concept.

The hand-drawn artwork’s vibrant color scheme blends various welding and hot-rod-inspired themes to form a design intended for car enthusiasts from every era.

There’s more to this helmet than its graphics. It also provides premium optical clarity delivered in one of the industry’s largest viewing areas, thanks to Lincoln Electric’s 4C Lens Technology.

The 4C stands for the following attributes:

  • Clarity – Optical clarity at the highest EN379 1/1/1/1 levels
  • Colour – Real colour view without a common green tint
  • Carat – Lightweight auto-darkening filter
  • Cut – Even shade from any angle

This 4C technology reduces eye strain by minimizing the traditional green coloring in the helmet view screen in both active and inactive states. It is ideal for a range of industries that use multiple welding processes, such as SMAW, MIG and TIG, including general fabrication, power generation, shipbuilding, structural, offshore and pipeline.

Viking 3350 helmets feature:

  • Perfect 1/1/1/1 optical clarity rating (EN379)
  • Largest viewing area in the Viking line
  • Superior comfort with the pivot-style headgearLong battery life
  • Three-year warranty

All VIKING 3350 Series helmets offer a pivot-style headgear designed for greater comfort and optimal fit.

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