Gear: Phenix 1500 w/Goggles, NFPA

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Phenix 1500 w/Goggles, NFPA

Phoenix International
Category: Turnout & Duty Gear
Subcategory: Helmets
Price: 189.00
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Description:

The First Due FIREFIGHTER 1500 Series Helmets have been designed to give superior head safety protection with the comfort and wear ability that has always distinguished the First Due Firefighter helmet line. These helmets offer a well balanced and lightweight system which provides maximum protection for the user. The special design prevents aerodynamic lifting of the helmet when exposed to speeds as high as seventy miles per hour. These models meet or exceed the performance criteria of NFPA 1971 helmet Standard. The shells are made of high performance thermoplastic and have 3M reflective 1x4 strips. The eye protection is our NFPA compliant Phenix goggle. The liner is fully adjustable to size 8. The energy impact liner is closed cell Armaflex rubber. The ear and neck protector is Nomex lined with fire retardant cotton and can be detachable if specified. The chinstrap is a standard post-man slide and made of Nomex material. Equipped with adjustable ratchet headband. The helmets comply with the following standards: NFPA 1971; NFPCA (77); ANSI Z89 Class D; CAL-OSHA T8-3403 (88); US OSHA 29CFR 1910.156(87). Total weight: 36.5 ounces. 4" & 6" Leather Fronts are sold separately.

Member Reviews

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    tlococo, Tue, 01 Apr 2008 17:53:30 UTC.
    1st review

    light weight, fits extremely well with a mask on, very comfortable. very southern california.

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    firegirlbolin, Wed, 16 Jul 2008 15:34:41 UTC.

    I had this equipment on Christiana. The department had new gear but I had and kept the rookie black gear for the whole time I was active. Well everything was old and worn and needed to be replaced but it was gear. I had this type helmet going through my Live Burn portion to receive my FF1 and let me tell you, I went through the maze which took me through three falls, I had withstood alot of burn props, and none the less alot of fires where falling burning debree was on top of me hitting that helmet. So, it went through alot but whenever my six foot drop came with full gear on I landed on that helmet wrong and it cracked on the inside. Now, I aint miss graceful but whenever my gear will last and then some with me, it's a beautiful thing

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    jbeck308, Tue, 16 Sep 2008 01:47:02 UTC.

    light weight, meets nfpa works fine, i had one in 1999 but the dept went to Ben-2 plus, i still like my 1500 better, not as many chiropractor visits after a 5 hr barn fire !!

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    t2dfyre, Fri, 16 Oct 2009 00:18:57 UTC.

    Lighte weight, hands down best fire helmet I've worn

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    AIT, Fri, 13 Nov 2009 09:43:54 UTC.

    Can I have mine in yellow please?!

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