Get the Best Clarity and Widest View in a Welding Helmet

Miller Electric has become a go-to brand for top of the line welding helmets, and the latest ClearLight Technology in its Digital Infinity helmets promises some of the best clarity and one of the largest viewing areas in a helmet. Here’s a preview of what welders and metal workers can expect to find in this latest upgrade in the Digital Infinity welding helmet series from Miller.

Excellent Range of Vision

Welders will enjoy the largest viewing area to date in the industry with the Digital Infinity’s new 13.4-square-inch viewing area. Welders and metal works will enjoy a significantly wider range of vision that eliminates tunnel vision, makes for a safer work environment, and improves vision for out of position welds.

Better Vision While Welding

The new ClearLight™ Lens Technology optimizes contrast and clarity in welding and light states so that welders can enjoy focus and precision while they work. The 1/1/1/2 optical clarity rating enables welders to keep their helmets down in between welds for better productivity and safety since the lens will adapt to a lighter light state while not welding.

Colors will appear with true clarity and sharpness while welding or taking breaks in between welds with the ClearLight Lens Technology, offering a significant upgrade compared to previous models.

Miller’s Superior Welding Safety

Miller’s top of the line welding helmets have always offered some of the best and fastest shade protection in the market. There are four arc sensors and four modes for customized protection, switching between weld, cut, grind, and X-Mode for out of position welds or low amperage projects.

Welding with Comfort and Minimal Neck Stain

Miller’s oversized headgear is designed to be fully adjustable for improved comfort and superior cushion. Paired with the 23 oz weight of the Digital Infinity Welding Helmet, welders will have significantly less fatigue and neck strain while working. Since the clarity of the lens makes it possible to keep this helmet on for longer stretches of time, welders will be able to remain completely protected on the job site without compromising their vision. 

Better Welding Helmet Technology

Miller’s Digital Infinity welding helmet provides advanced features such as InfoTrack™ technology. This makes it a snap to keep track of arc time, to set alarms or timers, and to quickly access help in a multi-language menu. Digital controls make it easy to precisely adjust the shade, delay, and sensitivity of the helmet viewing area.

Save Over $100 on a Miller Welding Helmet Today

Baker’s Gas and Welding has a limited time sale running on a variety of Miller Electric welders and welding accessories. The Digital Infinity Helmet, which is Miller’s premium welding helmet for professionals and serious hobby welders, is marked down by $100 as of this writing, providing unmatched value for welders seeking the best in welding safety.

Visit Baker’s Gas and Welding to Learn about the Digital Infinity Helmet

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4 thoughts on “Get the Best Clarity and Widest View in a Welding Helmet”

  1. Dustin Glass says:

    Hello this is Dustin Glass ? For Andrew how would you compare the new clear light miller digital Infinity to the esab sentinel as far as clarity and weight and which helmet that you suggest for me in my field of welding as a heavy equipment welder? Thanks for your help

  2. bakersgas says:


    Andrew said he has always had a Miller helmet. He really likes his Miller helmet and really thinks the new Miller ClearLight technology has made the helmet even better. He will now be using the Miller Infinity ClearLight helmet when he is welding. He did try out the Sentinel and thought it was lighter and thought the bright touch screen was a nice feature on the Sentinel.


  3. Jason Cossifos says:

    Does the new infinity take the same replacement outside lenses? Thinking of upgrading and still have a lot of lenses left.

  4. bakersgas says:

    Jason- yes they use the same inside and outside lenses provided a link below you can confirm they are the ones you have.

    Let us know if you have any questions!

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