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New Eastwood XL View Auto Darken Welding Helmet

The Eastwood Extra Large View Auto Darkening Welding Helmet is one of the best helmets on the market for the price. Features True Color Technology which allows a realistic color perception so you have a much clearer view of what you are welding.
Grind mode allows you to quickly reshape tungstens, grind spot welds and more, without having to the remove the helmet. Extra large 3.9 inch x 3.6 inch view area assures accurate MIG or TIG welding without neck strain and adjustable head gear eliminate fatigue. Replaceable Li Mn battery with arc charging for up to 3 years usage. CE, ANSI and RoHs certifications.

True Color Technology
The True Color Technology allows a realistic color perception so you have a much clearer view of what you are welding.

Comfortable Head Gear
This welding helmet has a 5 way adjustable headgear with sweat band for the perfect fit and comfort while welding. It will comfortably fit a head circumference between 21.6" - 24.8".

External Shade Controls
This Eastwood Auto Darkening Welding Helmet has infinitely adjustable sensitivity delay and shade adjustment. The main viewing area can be dimmed from shade 4 to 13, with Grind feature. Grind mode allows you to quickly reshape tungsten, grind spot welds and more without having to the remove the helmet.

Magnifying Lens Compatible
This helmet is compatible with a 2" x 4.25" plate size magnifying lens.
Uses easily replaceable CR2032 batteries for power and has a low battery indicator to let you know when replacement is needed.

Retail value $109.99. Buy yours here.
Eastwood - Website / Facebook / Instagram

Flat Out Friday / Mama Tried

Be sure to give Warren, Scott, Maureen, Chelsea and Jeremy a high five during Flat Out Friday and Mama Tried Show this weekend. It takes a lot of time and energy to put on an event, and they all handle it with style and grace.
Follow @flatoutfriday and @mamatriedshow for updates!

New Feature: Shanks Redemption

Check out Shanks Redemption built by ChopCult member Nick Thomison at True Love Speed Shop. Article by Lisa Ballard / Photos by Dade Razete.

New Feature: Finding America

Two friends, two motorcycles, and 10,000 miles equals Finding America - A photo book by Daniel Schechner.
Photographer and motorcycle enthusiast Daniel Schechner and his friend Adam Struble decided to load their bikes and travel from Burlington, VT to Southern California and back beginning on July 9, 2017. They shared their 47-day experience on Instagram using the hashtag #danielandadamseeamerica and Daniel brought along his Leica M6 35mm film camera and ten rolls of film to document the trip, which turned into Finding America. Finding America is a 70-page hardcover showcasing Daniel’s depiction of the 10,000-mile journey. Click here to meet the man behind the lens.

Let's go swapping!

It's never too early to reserve your vending space for the So-Cal Cycle Swap Meet. The next meet is going down on Sunday, February 25th. Click here to move forward. Thanks!

Coming soon to ChopCult

Kamelia sent in her coverage from the New Tradition Co. Motorcycle show. Here are a few images from the night. Be sure to keep an eye out.

How To Make A Rear Fender

New Tech Article: How to make a rear fender by Cry Baby Cycles - ChopCult contributor Josh Allison give us a step-by-step tech article that brings your custom motorcycle to a whole new level. Enjoy!

Sneak Peek at DicE Magazine Issue 77

Our friends at DicE Magazine give us a sneak peek at Issue #77 and allows us to showcase Todd Asin's jaw-dropping 1951 Panhead.


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