Openpay now available for Speedglas welding helmets with Adflo PAPR!

Article By: Team AWS

What is Openpay?

Openpay is a payment service which lets you buy now and pay later.

This service is now available when you buy your welding essentials through AWS: including Speedglas welding helmets with Adflo PAPR, Speedglas 9100XXi, 9002NC & 100 series helmets, Jalas welding boots, gloves and more!

You can select Openpay as a payment method at the checkout, for orders between $100 and $3,000 inc GST.



How does it work?

Once approved, you will receive your product from AWS now, and then pay it off at your own pace, breaking up your purchase into equal, manageable payments over time.

Here’s a step by step:

1. Shop on the AWS website and add your items to the cart.
2. Select Openpay as your payment option to create a plan.
3. Take control by setting your payments to suit your schedule.
4. Pay off your new gear over time and start welding! You can keep track of your plan by downloading the Openpay app on your smartphone.

Openpay



What can you buy?

Here are a few of our most popular products:

Speedglas 9100 Welding Helmets with Adflo PAPR

Speedglas G5-01 with Adflo PAPR

Speedglas 9100 series



Important information

All payment plans are at the discretion of Openpay. You can find out more information on Openpay by clicking here.

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