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Hakko FX-601 Soldering Iron

Price $89.95
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Your Price: $77.95 USD
Item# 439601
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Product Features

  • Ceramic heating element heats faster and offers super-fast thermal recovery
  • Temperature control built-in to the handle - no rheostat needed
  • Extremely lightweight; easy to grip
  • Equipped with a 3/16" tip to fit in tight spaces
  • 1 Year manufacturer warranty - excludes tips


Product Description

Whether soldering sun catchers or huge installations, this iron is the solution to your soldering needs. Ergonomic, lightweight iron features a built-in adjustable temperature control on the handle. Designed for extended use without fatigue; select a setting from 464°-1004°F and solder with confidence. The temperature won't deviate more than 2 degrees! Six foot grounded cord offers extended reach for even your largest projects. Low energy consumption makes this the perfect pick for production work. Includes 3/16" tip. 1 year manufacturer warranty (excludes tips).

The small, blue tool is a temperature adjustment tool for heat control. This enables you to set and lock the iron temperature so operators cannot accidentally or intentionally change the temperature of the iron.

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Product Details

  • 3/16" Tip 6 foot grounded cord Built in temprature control Heats from 464 - 1004 degree 1 Year manufacturer warranty (excludes tips)

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Other Thoughts : Easy to use iron makes my beginner life easy.
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Pros : I use steel wool with CJ's Flux Remover to get a lovely brushed silver finish that looks very rich. No other lead free product gives looks as good.
Cons : Higher setting on soldering iron is required to get it to flow well.
Other Thoughts : Love it! I use it for all my jewelry.
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Pros : Heats up FAST, and it heats down fast when you need the temp turned down a bit. It is light weight and a light blinks to let you know that it has reached the desired temp. It's lightweight and not clunky like ever other iron I have used. The tip stays cleaner that any other iron I have used. This is hands down the BEST soldering iron on the planet.
Cons : No cons here.
Other Thoughts : I use this with Mastercraft 60/40 and can not ask for a better combo. You get a nice thick seam when the iron is at 310 C. If you need a more liquid thinner solder heat up to 360 C. For years I have tried to find the magic combo and this is it. I solder sea glass, cabachons, anything I can get copper foil around. I love my iron sooo much!
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