Optical Class 2
Optical clarity of a welding helmet refers to the level of distortion the lens provides. Our welding helmets that fall into Optical Class 2 offer good visibility with some distortion, which results in a relatively clear picture, with certain details perhaps lost. If you have any questions or need a product recommendation, do not hesitate to contact our customer support team on 020 7501 0594 or via our Contact Us page.
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