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  • CoolBand II

    Just saw this info on this helmet cooler on the website.
    CoolBandII

    Looks like it may be nice for in the shop welding, but not so much for the dirty in the field welding. Can't tell if the fans have filters. If not, some work environments could really shorten the life span.

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    Originally posted by clint738 View Post
    Just saw this info on this helmet cooler on the website.
    CoolBandII

    Looks like it may be nice for in the shop welding, but not so much for the dirty in the field welding. Can't tell if the fans have filters. If not, some work environments could really shorten the life span.
    I have the Coolband 1. As far as a filter it es a lint/hair filter at best. They give you extras but I have yet to even clean the original.

    Good thing the Coolband 2 has a better headgear. Mine broke already and was not covered under warranty. The new one I hope clamps down on the head I hope as the original is really flimsy, hence broken.

    It does cool your head some. Would I buy again, no. I would buy the Accustrike comfort hood, which includes a fan inside. For less than the price of the coolband you get the whole shabang. I think it is made in USA too. http://www.accustrike.com /comfort.htm
    Nothing welded, Nothing gained

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      CoolBand II

      Coolbands aren't worth the money

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