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Husqvarna ProForest Chain Saw Helmet System (japan import)

Precio: EUR 170,91
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Vendido y enviado por Jungle Store Japan EU.
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Detalles técnicos
Identificador de producto del fabricante505675515
Peso del producto1 Kg
Dimensiones del producto16,5 x 23,5 x 30,5 cm
Número de modelo del producto531300090
Número de productos1
Incluye bateríasNo
Necesita bateríasNo
Peso1 kilogramos
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Producto en desde6 de enero de 2014

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Comfortable, Well Designed 14 de septiembre de 2011
Por Ben C.A. Nettle - Publicado en
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Personal Protective Equipment is never convenient. It's usually bulky, annoying, and sometimes in the way, but this particular helmet makes it just a little bit more tolerable.

The face shield is mesh rather than plastic, keeping it easy to get air through, while still blocking chips, and can be easily shifted up to get out of the way when not working. The ear muffs are a nice tight fit (and hold the whole system nicely in place snugly), and are easy to snap up and rotate out of place when not cutting. The inner straps on the helmet are a nice canvas, so more comfortable than other helmets I've worn using plastic liner straps.

Having everything combined makes it easy to remember to use it all, and makes it quick to toss on. Protecting your eyes, ears, and head are important, and this helmet is a great way to do it.

Also meets:
ANSI S3.19 - 1974 (for the ear muffs)
ANSI Z89.1 - 2009 (for the helmet)
38 de 39 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Necessary protection 19 de febrero de 2012
Por Charles Vekert - Publicado en
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The two most dangerous tools a ordinary person is likely to use are a chainsaw and a table saw. If you like all your fingers always use a pusher stick with a table saw. If you like being able to see always wear eye protection with either a chainsaw or a table saw.

And if you like to hear, wear hearing protection with a chainsaw. (Not so bad an idea with a table saw either, but not quite as important.)

I cannot speak from experience for the eye protection of this helmet, but it meets industry standards and should be good. Also, it covers the whole face. If you don't want to look like an extra from Gladiator or Braveheart this can be a good idea. At a minimum, I suggest goggles that have a strap. Regular safety glasses might get ripped off by a whipping chain, which is what you need protection from.

The sound protection of this helmet is the best I have ever used, substantially better than the hearing protectors from my local hardware store. I can hear people speaking to me with the protectors on, so long as they speak loudly. The muffs can be clicked up easily if you want to talk without taking the helmet off.

Also, if necessary you can wear glasses with this helmet with no problem.

I have a very large head and it fits me well. The inside straps are very adjustable, and I think it would fit almost anybody.

A well constructed safety helmet.
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Working in the Maine Woods 27 de diciembre de 2011
Por At Home - Publicado en
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I needed to replace my old helmet after six years of moderate to heavy use. The old one did its job - protecting my head from falling dead branches (a couple of times) and keeping debris from coming back into my face (occasionally). It also stayed on my head when I fell over (happens more often than branches on the head or debris in the face). During one fall, the old helmet stayed on my head when my head hit a tree stump. I really appreciated that. The old helmet had a chin strap and I used it.

I decided to give the Husqvarna helmet system a try. I have had it out in the woods a few times now. So, far, it has worked with no problems or interference. The fit to my head is more comfortable than my old helmet. The Husqvarna has a more substantial back strap behind the back of the head. Ear protection is good, and the face shield is fine. I have not had anything fall on top of the helmet (yet), but it should do OK.

I was surprised to discover that there was no chin strap on this unit. I do not see where I could install one either. To me, that is a major disappointment. I need the helmet to stay on my head when I fall down. I have seen other woodsmen fall over as well, so this is not just an issue with me. It is part and parcel of working in an active timbering area. By its very nature, it is a dangerous area. Having the helmet pop off one's head before one has stopped falling and moving creates the possibility of a bad outcome. I watched a video of a woodsman fall and roll down 20' on steep hillside. On his second roll, his head hit a tree stump, but his helmet stayed on and it took the impact. He got up indicating that he was not hurt. Good thing.

I am going to try to retrofit this helmet with a chin strap for safety. For the life of me, I can't figure out why it is not required under government safety regulations. (Perhaps this is an instance of industry meddling in government standards, I don't know.) In my opinion, it is unwise not to require a chin strap on protective chainsaw helmet systems.

If this unit had a proper chin strap, I would have rated it 5-star.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas but it is better than the cotton hat I was wearing 11 de junio de 2016
Por mlr89 - Publicado en
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It works well and does what it is supposed to. Assembling it by reading the directions was aggravating. The thin plastic helmet isn't going to protect your head from very much falling on it, but it is better than the cotton hat I was wearing. The ear muffs work well and certainly will save your hearing. the face shield is nice and I haven't had a single wood chip get inside it. Another advantage of the face shield versus safety glasses is when you are sweating and it drips on the face shield it doesn't obscure your vision like safety glasses.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great Product 8 de agosto de 2016
Por John - Publicado en
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Great product. At first I thought that it would not fit my head. It fits perfectly. The shield is great and practically invisible when working. Several times I attempted to scratch an itch on my face only to find out the screen was down. The muffs fit perfectly and being able to pull them away from my ears and leave them there or place on the side of the helmet is a great idea. I highly recommend this item for your average home user.