M etal Inert Gas (MIG) welding is the most popular welding method, as it is faster and produces less of a mess than its TIG and stick alternatives. MIG welders have gained their popularity due to their power and ability to fuse metals at a fast pace, a quality that made them the number one tool in mass production. Moreover, they are easy to use even by beginners, as they deliver great quality without requiring complicated steps to be followed.
When it comes to prices, the range is pretty broad, reflecting their power output, the length of the duty cycle or the thickness of the materials they can weld. However, there is a model for every pocket and we’ve made sure our top includes a great variety of welders, all performant and durable, so you can make a well-informed choice.
Top 10 Mig Welders Compared
|Photo||Product Name||Output (amp.)||Material Thickness(in.)||Duty Cycle||Wire Range||Price|
|1. LOTOS BC-QJA8-561N||175||1/4||20% @175 A||0.025″- 0.030″|
|2. Hobart 500554||25-190||5/16||30% @130 A||0.030”|
|3. Hobart 500559||25-140||1/4||20% @90 A||0.030”|
|4. REBOOT MIG-175||30-170||1/8||85%||0.025″-0.030″|
|5. Mophorn MIG 200 Amp 220V||200||3/8||60%||N/A|
|6. Forney 261||140||1/4||30% @90 A||0.030″|
|7. SUNGOLDPOWER MIG-150||80-150||1/4||15%||0.030” – 0.035”|
|8. Display4top MIG 130 PLUS||30-120||N/A||35%||0.035”|
|9. VIVOHOME Portable MIG 130||50-120||3/5||15%||N/A|
|10. Super Deal MIG 130||130||3/8||10-35%||0.023” to 0.035”|