Mika Tempright Temperature Controller

$41.95 USD
Item# 5067
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  • Works with virtually any soldering iron - can handle up to 400w iron
  • Features on/off indicator, dial control and 3 prong outlet
  • Indicator light lets you know the controller is on
  • Includes a one year manufacturer warranty

Product Description

The Mika Tempright 1000 can handle up to 400w and works with virtually any soldering iron. You will get the right temperature to melt your solder every time for perfect solder lines every time!

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Pros : Nice long cord, great level of temperature control. This has improved my soldering unbelievably. Highly recommend.
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : Using with Hakko 456 iron.
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Pros : I should have purchased this a long time ago! I am able to control the iron temp enough to successfully use several types of solder, including lead free. My solder lines immediately improved. Well worth the investment.
Cons : Can't think of any.
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