These Badass Welding Helmets Have The Coolest Designs We’ve Seen
While the main focus of a welding helmet is to provide safety and utility, it doesn’t mean they can’t also come in awesome designs to make you look badass while wearing them.
|Helmet||Shades||View Width||View Height||Arc sensors||Cost||Amazon Rating||Buy It|
Save Phace Gen Y Marvel
|9 – 13||3.62″ (92mm)||1.42″ (36mm)||2||$$||4.4 from 71 reviews|
iMeshbean® Pro Cool
|9 – 13||3.78" (96mm)||1.89" (48mm)||2||$||4.4 from 12 reviews|
ArcOne Python (Fighting Tiger)
|9 – 13||3.78" (96mm)||1.89" (48mm)||2||$$||4 from 5 reviews|
|9 – 13||3.9" (100mm)||1.77" (45mm)||2||$$||4.2 from 27 reviews|
Redtail Red Skull
|9 – 13||3.5" (88.9mm)||1.5" (38.1mm)||1||$||3.8 from 12 reviews|
The top performers in our review are the Save Phace Gen Y Marvel Venom, the Gold Award winner; the iMeshbean® Pro Cool, the Silver Award winner; and the ArcOne Python (Fighting Tiger), the Bronze Award winner.
Our reviewers checked out the best-looking helmets on the market, focusing not only on looks but on all the important parameters a welding helmet should have, such as high quality ADF lenses, an excellent safety record, and comfort. They came to the conclusion that the coolest welding helmet that’s also a great all-round helmet is the Save Phace Gen Y Marvel Venom welding helmet, which comes in some truly fantastic styles.
#1 Awesome Design – Save Phace Gen Y Marvel VenomNot only is the Save Phace fun to look at, but the helmet itself stands on its own as being feature-rich and high quality. It’s one of the only helmets on the market with 180 degree clear peripheral vision, has excellent optical clarity and comes with a large viewing area.
At the end of the day, the Save Phace team has created a surprisingly feature-rich and versatile helmet, but above all this helmet is a cut above the rest when it comes to style. In my opinion Save Phace creates their welding masks as an artist creates art – great attention to detail, superb airbrushed designs, and just plain badassery all around.
Here are a few different styles you might prefer:
#2 Cheapest – iMeshbean® Pro CoolIf you’re looking for a truly cheap helmet that looks great but shouldn’t be used in a professional environment, and should probably only be used for about 10 minutes at a time (the helmet does its job, but has a small viewing area and is not very comfortable), then the Meshbean® Pro Cool is a good option. Its very versatile as is suitable for Arc, Mag, Mig, Mma, Stick & Tig welding as well as plasma cutting, which makes it one of the cheapest multi-use helmets on the market.
#3 – ArcOne Python (Fighting Tiger)The ArcOne Python (Fighting Tiger) is another slick welding helmet that also packs a punch when it comes to features and usability. It’s solar powered with no batteries needed, comes with a ratchet-style headgear adjustment, and is overall very comfortable and functional.
Our main complaint with this helmet is that the paint can start chipping off fairly easily, but otherwise this is a solid, good-looking helmet.
Still not sure which helmet you’re looking for? Check out our detailed comparison chart of the best welding masks.