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  • anyone got the jackson hellraiser helmet

    im thinking about getting the jackson hellraiser autodark helment. how is it?

  • #2
    i have a jackson eqc i got new in 1995 it still works
    but i started looking for a new one i was going to go with jackson
    again so i look on the web and miller was the only one
    that had a video on there helmets / cyberweld has elite's
    for under $260.00
    got the elite inferno from cyberweld no tax no shipping

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    • #3
      I had 2 Jacksons ....an EQC and I think the other was called a Journeyman or something like that.
      Now I have an esab eyetech and a Miller XLi ...they are much lighterweight
      Has the Jacksons gone on a diet??
      I must be a heavy breather 'cause mine just fog way too much to suit me.

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      • #4
        if you are going to spend more than $200 on an auto dark hood, which should be the minumum price forany one that cares about their eyesight, look into getting a miller elite. if you shopped around you could pick one up for $250. or a speedglas, they are top of the line, but after you weld with one you will never go back. And if you are stuck on jackson products, save up to put the Boss lens in your hood. the viewing area is unbeleivable

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        • #5
          i might be able to get a deal on a jackson hellraiser. i thought jackson's were the best. i guess not . i like the millers alot to .

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          • #6
            I bought a jackson NexGen 1 month ago on ebay,190.00 plus 15.00 shipping,love the hood for pipeline work! Money well spent and the relacement lens are the generic large flat.
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            • #7
              I have been using a miller auto, I got a deal on a Jackson nextgen (65.00 used). Great helmet, I use it for tig and the miller for mig and arc.
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              • #8
                ok

                Originally posted by FusionKing View Post
                I had 2 Jacksons ....an EQC and I think the other was called a Journeyman or something like that.
                Now I have an esab eyetech and a Miller XLi ...they are much lighterweight
                Has the Jacksons gone on a diet??
                I must be a heavy breather 'cause mine just fog way too much to suit me.

                ok the jackson journey man has the eqc lens in it journeyman is just the model all jackson helmets come with a eqc lens

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                • #9
                  I bought the very first lightweight Jackson hood the lws sold when it was introduced. That was 27 years ago and it's still a great hood but not the lightweight it once was, lol. I think the Shadow weighs 6 ounces but I may have the wrong name on it.
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