Can you give a rough idea ie about the same as muffs and goggles etc.It is pretty light-you certainly don't feel as if you are "top heavy".
I have had mine for about 9 months now - what a difference when cutting MDF - the only problem is remembering to wear it. I installed a second battery so it now lasts up to 8 hours between chargesPhilly":154uj7fk said:Hey Mc
Used it in anger this morning-a neat little thing it is too!
It is pretty light-you certainly don't feel as if you are "top heavy". The fan is fairly quiet and blows a cool flow of filtered air over your face. I got used to wearing it really quickly and when I finally took it off (after sanding, etc) was quite surprised how smelly the workshop was :roll:
It is comfortable to wear and leaves your lungs clean-nice.
I'll report back once I've spent a few weeks with it.
I second thatFreetochat":16utpzoo said:With all this praise for something I know I should buy, does anyone have a pointer for any offers on at the moment?
I discounted the Airace because it is not powered, and i have always worn powered masks, such as the Racal Airlite. I did consider the JSP Powercap, but i decided against it because its battery is on the end of a wire which runs down and is clipped to your belt.Tim wrote:
Woody i know you have a pair of air filters as well (plus i wear the airshield when making dust) but was there any particular reason why you went for this rather than others eg airace?
Good to see you posting again.johnjin":3gz58udp said:I've had the Airshield for about 6 months now and use it most days.