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Chainsaw Safety Helmet and Face Guard W/ Muffs


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Product Dimensions7 x 7 x 5 inches
  
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ASINB000IZ3V30
Best Sellers Rank #428,740 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Date First AvailableMay 19, 2013
  
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Robert Warren on May 17, 2007
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I got two of these hardhats for use cutting and splitting firewood off about 150 acres in the mountains. They assembled easily and work fine, especially the wire screen face guard, which will not fog up or scratch but keeps flying dust and chips away from the face. This product is priced at about 50% of what I found on several safety supply company web pages, so though cost was important, quality was equal to the higher priced units. Good merchandise for a great price.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael Rothermich on June 16, 2008
Am new to using a chain saw, but have a couple of acres of cedar on our property that have been damaged in ice storms. Have used this while clearing out both overgrowth and damaged limbs and find it very comfortable, easy to use and love the visibility through the screen face shield. I do a lot of woodworking and always hated the way plastic face shields fog up when I get hot, but obviously can't run into that with this. Will certainly give it a try in my wood shop as well. Very good at keeping flying wood chips away from my face and keeping the noise down. Haven't had the opportunity to try out the hard hat function -- and hope I don't ever.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. Caddell on September 11, 2009
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...Assembly instructions were not very good however, once assembled, this protective helmet with faceguard turned out to be a very effective part of the protection needed when using a chainsaw! With debris "raining" down from pruning a tree overhead, anyone can appreciate the protection this product will provide..!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. harig on August 15, 2008
The helmet was shipped very quickly and included what was shown in the picture.

You do have to assemble the head straps and get it fitted to your head, so it was not a simple matter of opening the box and using it. You also have to mount the ear cups to the outside of the helmet...and that was a little difficult to figure out at first.

My only complaint is that even with the spring loaded mount, the ear cups do not provide a firm fit on my ears. I have tried several methods of getting them to fit tighter but nothing seems to work. The noise reduction is still significant, however, it would be nice if they were snug like my shooting ear protectors.

The face shield mesh is a nice feature, it keeps the larger chips out of your face and it doesnt fog up. Of course the dust is still a problem and I would recommend some additional eye protection when working. If you are worried about breating dust, you can easily wear a respirator while using this helmet as long as it doesn't protrude too far in front of your face.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on March 31, 2010
The product is fine. The assembly instructions stink! Learn from my ordeal: There are essentially four steps. STEP ONE: attach the harness to the shell: Read the 10/29/08 review, below...that guy covers it pretty well. STEP TWO: Attach the two mask parts to each other. Here it's helpful to note that the tabs on the lifting visor part has tabs that get inserted into the holes at the top of the mask. These tabs twist horizontally so they can be inserted through the mask holes, and then twisted vertically again so the mask stays put. Please note that the far right tab and the far left tab don't need to be deployed...it's easiest to start in the middle and work outward. STEP THREE: Attach the ear-muffs to the shell. This is pretty easy...there are slots in the shell above where your ears are, it's easy to tell what parts slides & clicks in these slots. STEP FOUR: Attaching the visor/mask assembly to the helmet. The visor piece has a long tab that gets inserted--NOT into the helmet shell--but into the ear muff pieces (this fact really stumped me for a while!). Right where the ear muff pieces snap into the shell you'll find a slot for the tab on the visor/mask assembly. Push it in all the way; it clicks in place. If you don't have to figure it out yourself, the process should take five minutes.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By B. Gunduz on October 29, 2008
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The helmet comes with no real instructions. There are what might be called instructions on the bag the helmet comes in but it is only for attaching the suspension straps and is not helpful besides. All the bag says is to insert the suspension strap clips into the helmet but no directions as to how to do this. The way the clips do fit in is counter-intuitive and I would bet most people put it in wrong on the first try (here's a hint for those of you trying to figure it out: the clips insert from crown side of the helmet out to the edge, not the edge into the crown and the clips bend in the middle so that the other end of the clip should be towards the edge with the middle bend towards the crown). There is no instructions for attaching the face shield or the ear protections. I am usually very adept at figuring out how things go together but this helmet even stumped me for a while. All told it took me about a half hour to put together which is ridiculous considering that if decent directions were included it should have taken under five minutes. Also, like other reviewers, I cannot get the ear protection to fit snugly on my ears so they do not block noise very well.
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