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Lincoln Electric

Model # KH625

Internet # 100341089

Store SKU # 339486

Deluxe Brazing Goggles

$8.60 /each
  • For use during oxyacetylene cutting, brazing and welding projects
  • Adjustable strap for a precise, comfortable fit
  • Front-lift glass

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # KH625

Internet # 100341089

Store SKU # 339486

Store SO SKU # 117341

The Lincoln Electric Deluxe Brazing Goggles provide proper eye protection and maintain clear vision. Designed for use during oxyacetylene cutting, brazing and welding projects, the goggles have an adjustable strap for a precise, comfortable fit.

  • Provide proper eye protection and maintain clear vision for safety
  • For use during oxyacetylene cutting, brazing and welding projects
  • Adjustable strap for a precise, comfortable fit
  • Front-lift glass
  • Green color
  • Lift-front
  • Meets ANSI Z87.1 and CSA-294.3 Standards

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
4.2 
Product Height (in.) 
9.5 
Product Width (in.) 
4.5 
Details
Antiscratch lens coating 
No 
Eye Protection Type 
Goggles 
Fits over eyeglasses 
Yes 
Lens color family 
Gray 
Polarized 
No 
Product Weight (lb.) 
0.48 lb 
Protects Against 
Multi-Purpose 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Safety Apparel Product Type 
Eye Protection 
Safety Features 
Other 
UV Protection 
No 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
ANSI Certified,OSHA Certified 
Manufacturer Warranty 
30 days 

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Price: $0 - $10
Brand: Lincoln Electric
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Will they fit over prescription glasses

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February 11, 2016
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They fit over most presciption glasses.
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February 9, 2016
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They fit over most glasses.
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Are these goggles approved for wire feed welding. KH624

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NO. These are Shade 5. Brazing. You need roughly a Shade 10
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The KH625 Brazing Goggles contain a #5 shade which is good for Gas Welding, Cutting Welding and Torch Brazing Welding. Basically, they can safely be used performing any welding where and electric arc IS NOT produced.
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protection rating is not listed on this product...what is it ? customer needs #8 or9.

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Shade 5 Brazing. Not dark enough for Welding
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February 23, 2013
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this is sort of a "protection or darkness" rating. You have a shield on a helmet that has a #10 on the pkg info. but nothing for the goggles. A #10 is apparently too dark for the type of welding this customer needs.
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why does the store(0659) carry the CST/berger 263-503 and the tripod BUT not the detector and bracket to go with it?? That's why they get it!

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March 4, 2013
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Hi Chris,
We would like to assist you further in this matter. Please give us a call at our Customer Support Hotline at 1-800-466-3337.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by sharp edges around the mask What used to get sharp edges round off i when around the mask with a heat gun or lighter just dont stay one spot for to long i will melt the rubber go around the edge. March 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by OK I purchased these for when I am using an Oxyacetylene cutting torch at work. They fit over my RX Eyeglasses. Problem I have is, They sit a little high. So I have to tilt my head down more to see what I am cutting. February 25, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Dang good for the price Great overall feel in this price bracket: well balanced, eye shield moves firmly (no worries about "floppiness"), realitively sturdy feeling construction all-around (haven't used 'em enough to swear to anything absolutely). Only real annoyances are standard for this type of goggle: The lens-retention bracket seems a little flimsy (repeated use can permanently bend it to a useless shape). The second minor problem, usually hacked by any owner of something like this, is comfort around the edges. Plasti-rubber material has relatively thin edges, can kinda gouge into the face, making use for any length of time or frequency a real pain. I usually hack with all sorts of things that work, though: particular kinds of weatherstripping, cut up foam sheets from kids craft stores, a nice extra edge of caulking or tool-handle rubber-dip. Anything is possible. A pair of nose-pads used for reading glasses can help, too. For the weekend (and occasional weeknight) warrior who doesn't just go all-in for a full-face, these are a decent choice. June 19, 2012
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