Sphere Series

Crystal 2.0 (Black)

With light transmission of 31% in bright condition (protection level 2!) welders have for the first time a practically unclouded and clear view of their working environment. This in combination with the almost perfect color spectrum of the CLT2.0 for the first time allows welders to see what is really going on in the weld pool, and with a clarity that equates to insights into a new dimension. This is why welders describe this as an enlightenment.

$539.00

Product #: 1006.901

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Features

Crystal Lens Technology 2.0

Now you can clearly see what happens before, during and after welding

True-Color View

A special UV-/IR-Filter that bring colors into the world of the welder

FadeTronic®

Opening of the anti-glare display can be continuously adjusted after welding to significantly reduce eye fatigue

ShadeTronic®

Automatically adapts to changing light conditions of the welding arc

Grinding Mode

The brightest vision during grinding work ever to be offered by a welding helmet

Overhead Welding

External Operability

Toggle grind mode and shade level adjustments without removing your helmet

Patented Excenter

Positions the helmet optimally on your head – with just one twist

Comfort Headband

Guarantees optimal weight distribution and is easy on the neck

Sensitivity Regulation

Adapts the helmet to your environment and requirements

Hard Hat Adapter

Compatible with industrial construction helmet adapter accessory

Warranty Extension

Simply register here to be covered for 3 years after purchase

Specification

Shade levels
Inactive: Shade level 2.0
Active, Manual: Shade level 4-12
Autopilot
Automatic protection level regulation across a range from 4-12 with individual calibration option of ± 2
Power supply
Solar cells, 2 lithium batteries (CR2032)
Sensors
Three sensors
Sensitivity
Infinitely adjustable, now with “Super High” sensitivity
Switching time
Bright to dark: 0.100 ms at room temperature, 0.070 ms at 55°C
Dark to bright: 0.1 s to 2.0 s (with dimming function)
Classification EN379
Optical Class: 1
Stray Light Class: 1
Homogeneity Class: 1
Angle Dependency Class: 2
Shape Stability
Welding mask: up to 220 °C / 428 °F
Front cover lens: up to 137 °C / 279 °F
Eye Protection
Ultraviolet / Infrared Protection: Maximum protection in the entire protection level range
Operating Temperature
-10°C to +70°C / 14°F to 158°F
Storage Temperature
-20°C to +80°C / -4°F to 176°F
Total Weight
460g / 18.7oz
Scope of Delivery
Welding helmet, manual
Warranty
2 years with additional 1 year warranty extension (excluding battery) if the product is registered within the first 6 months: click here to register

Documents

Product Brochure (Crystal 2.0)

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optrel-crystal20-manual

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1 review for Crystal 2.0 (Black)

  1. Stephen Konzen

    Along with the panorama quattro, i also use this hood ( crystal 2.0) and i have to say just when i thought optrel mastered the perfect lense i welded with this one !!!! INCREDIBLE!!!!! Its like looking out your picture window !!! Mind blown! Watch out speedglass, miller , jackson, lincoln and nexgen, cause you dont stand a chance!

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Scott Krause
1 month 5 days ago

What is the size of the lens viewing area?

optrel US
1 month 4 days ago

The viewing area is 50mm X 100mm. This equates to 10% larger than a standard 2″ X 4″ lens. If viewing area size is your most important feature you should check out our panoramaxx series of hoods.

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Scott
29 days 18 hours ago

Thanks. 50mm (1.9685″) x 100mm (3.93701). It’s actually smaller, but maybe the standard 2″ x 4″ don’t really have the full 2″ x 4″ viewing. I just got my Crystal 2.0 (first welding helmet ever) and need to dial in the adjustments… not sure if I’m going to opt for the halo accessory or the isofit headgear. The basic head gear the came with it wasn’t that comfortable… but I only adjusted the top of the head band… need to dial in the others and likely just need to get it “worn” in.

optrel US
28 days 20 hours ago

The 50mm x 100mm is the actual size of the viewing area. A 2″ x 4″ lens usually has a 1.25″ x 3.5″ viewing area but is measured by the outer dimensions, with frame and most likely solar cells that measurement is 2″ x 4″.

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Scott
28 days 18 hours ago

Thanks for the clarification. I probably don’t fully appreciate how clear the Crystal 2.0 is…. this is the only welding helmet I’ve every worn.

optrel US
27 days 20 hours ago

Having a Crystal 2.0 as your first hood is like having a Ferrrari as your first car…congratulations!

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richard marcero
23 days 13 hours ago

Is it possible to buy just a new black shell for crystal 2.0?

optrel US
22 days 21 hours ago

Yes, you can buy just a black replacement shell for the 2.0. The part number is 5001.691 but is not listed on our website. Any of our distributors in our where to buy can order this item for you.

 
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