Cyberweld's Introduces Wide Range Of Helmets

Linden, NJ (PressExposure) September 17, 2012 -- Cyberweld introduces its wide range of welding helmets like Miller, Hobart, Jackson, Save Phace, and more. These auto darkening welding helmets are made of superior quality materials for high performance.

Miller has simple auto darkening welding helmets as well as digital helmets for intense applications. The welding hoods are also a speciality of the company and they are sold at a great price point too. They also make titanium helmets for high- heat welding applications and pro- hobby helmets for amateur innovators and DIY welding applications. Jackson has passive lens as well as auto darkening lens. Its EQC technology and economical models like Jackson Pro-Variable enables Jackson to provide welding helmets in all ranges. Cyberweld is also offering 20% cash back rebate on some select models. Save Phace is the first welding helmet maker that made helmets offering the wearer full 180 degree view of his surroundings. #M Speedgas also has a wide range of helmets to offer. They are the one of the first companies to make welding helmets for women. 3M Speedgas also has its 100V series and 9100 series that can be used for all welding purposes and at the same time are extremely affordable.

About the Company: Cyberweld is a company that has been retailing welding gear as well as welding protection gear. The designs and pattern available in welding hood will make your welding experience a fun filled one. This online store for products related to welding is an excellent one- stop shop for those looking for welding gear. Cyberweld ships orders all over the country for free. Their website is a great online manual for buying welding related products as it contains the new products in stock, the best selling products and provides customer reviews also.

About J.W. Goodliffe & Son, Inc.

J.W. Goodliffe & Son, Inc.
1900 E. Elizabeth Ave. P.O. Box 4370 Linden, NJ 07036

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Press Release Submitted On: September 17, 2012 at 6:08 am
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