Combined head protection for forestry-type work, comprising safety helmet, wire gauze visor and ear defenders. As well as blocking out dangerously loud noise from machinery, this 3-in-1 helmet protects the face against large flying particles. Designed with an Easyjust? slip ratchet and inner adjustable harness, this helmet can be individually fitted to the user for maximum comfort and safety.
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3 of 3(100%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for JSP EVO3 Forestry Helmet with Visor & Ear Defenders
Review 1 for JSP EVO3 Forestry Helmet with Visor & Ear Defenders
"I don't usually write reviews but this is an exception. If you use a petrol strimmer, petrol shredder etc. and you are sick of bits hitting you in the face then buy one of these. I shopped around and looked at all the brands. This was ready to go straight out of the bag. The ear defenders are good. The mesh face protector is better than steamy goggles. I have to say that I think its pretty good value. It will be a bit warm in the summer, but that's what tea breaks are for!"
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Review 2 for JSP EVO3 Forestry Helmet with Visor & Ear Defenders
"Not an expensive helmet but it does have some shortcomings. The visor is edged with a folded metal strip - it is very soft and easy to deform out of shape. It didn't take long for the visor edge to become permanently kinked. Dropped the helmet once (on soft ground) and the visor edge deformed significantly and one of the hinges popped out of its socket. Was a bit of a fiddle to get it to go back together and straighten the edge. Because of the metal strip, the visor is also rather heavy - in the raised position, the helmet has a tenancy to droop down over your eyes. This can be prevented by tightening the headband but crushing pressure is required! The ear muffs are quite floppy on their stalks and tend to swivel too easily as the helmet is put on or removed. The muffs inevitably end up sideways or upside down so you always need to adjust them as you put the helmet on. Most irritating. On the plus side, the visor is quite large and, when lowered, offers better face protection than some more expensive helmets. The mesh is also quite fine so stops debris nicely but, at the same time, visibility through the mesh is good. In summary, not bad value for money but I wouldn't want to use it all day."