Rhino Large View Auto Darkening Welding Helmet

The Rhino Large View (4″ X 2.6″) + Grind – Auto Darkening Welding Helmet is a large viewing area auto darkening welding helmet that is perfectly made for those who prefer a larger and wider view of their workspace. The ADF feature works just as superb as most brands and the carbon fiber material makes it stand out from the rest with its durability.

Rhino Large View Auto Darkening Welding Helmet Features.

Having a fast switching time of 0.00004 seconds the Rhino ADF helmet has quite a remarkable reaction time. With a variable shade of 9 – 13 and a light state of 4, its ADF features make it worth your money and time. As a solar powered helmet, it suits well for all the beginner and hobbyist welders or those who simply work with DIY welding.

But what makes this ADF helmet really cool is that it has a grind mode – a feature that is not always present in most helmets of the same product range. It conforms to a variety of international standards to make sure you are safe: CSA, ISO 9001, EN379 and ANSI.

With a large viewing area of 4 x 2.6 inches, you are sure to have a quality time welding with this ADF helmet. The big advantage of having a large view when using a welding helmet is that you can easily see what you are working on and get a clearer and crisper detail on each and every corner of your welding job. The variable shade of 9 to 13 and light state of 4 also makes a difference if you are upgrading from a fixed shade helmet. The quick reaction time will ensure you safety from flashing.

Rhino Large View Auto Darkening Welding Helmet Specifications.

Rhino Large View

The Rhino Large View ADF helmet runs on 2 lithium batteries and used for a variety of welding processes. Set the Amps setting on the following: 5 – 500 for TIG, 500 for MIG and flux core, 800 for plasma arc and 500 – 1,000 for CAC-A.

The cover plate sizes are 3 1/16 x 2 11/16 on the inside and 4 3/4 x 3 9/16 outside and is replaceable. It can also accept a magnifying lens. Be careful though, as this helmet might not be suitable for overhead welding due to the lack of head coverage on the shield.

Advantages and Disadvantages.

The delay time of 0.00004 seconds is a great thing to consider for the helmet because this makes it very safe and against flashing and similar welding accidents. If you are not content with the shades, you can easily adjust them as well depending on your work surroundings and the lighting conditions in your room or workspace.

Most people also look for the grind mode in any certain auto darkening welding helmet but couldn’t find what they are looking for. Good news: the Rhino Large View has a grind mode.

The wide viewing area, of course, is a big plus because of its ease of use and comfort for the wearer who will have to weld in various positions and must retain safety at all costs while welding. And this is why welders who often do a multitude of welding processes want a helmet with a large viewing area.

The bad side, however, is that since it is only a solar-powered helmet, it is not suitable for use in the industry since you need to charge it with sunlight and you cannot work at night with it. The helmet is alright if you often work under the sun but not when you’re often inside a cold and dark workplace.

Some users also complain that the helmet does not perfectly fit on their heads and this might pose as an uncomfortable threat. There could also be a few problems with the knobs being accidentally hit during use. The gloss inside of the helmet might glare and reflect, causing you to lose focus on your work.

The Rhino Large View ADF helmet is a great buy if you are a hobbyist who is looking for a helmet with grind mode and a very large viewing area.

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