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Weller 100 Watt Soldering Iron by Weller

Price $81.95
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Item# 5002
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Product Features

  • Ideal for professionals and beginners alike
  • Built-in temperature controller eliminates the need for a rheostat
  • One of the most popular irons in stained glass!
  • Reaches and holds temperature in under 2 minutes

Product Description

Built in temperature control makes this one of our most popular irons! The Weller 100 watt iron is the first choice of professionals, but it's built-in temperature controller also makes it extremely popular with beginners. Its patented temperature control unit eliminates the need for rheostat. The Weller 100 quickly reaches the proper temperature and maintains it for smooth, even solder lines. Ideal for both lead and foil work. Equipped with a 3/8" 700 degree tip.

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Product Details

  • 100 watt
  • 3/8" 700 degree tip
  • Built in temperature control
  • UL and cUL listed

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3 out of 5 stars
  •   Only iron I use
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Pros : good built in heat control
Cons :
Other Thoughts : This is the only type of iron we use in our studio. over the years the quality has diminished some.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Weller 100
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Pros : Internal thermostat, great heating
Cons : Does have cold spots, but can work around that
Other Thoughts : I have six Weller 100's. Love them! The only iron I would buy.
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1 out of 5 stars
  •   disappointed
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Pros : none
Cons : cold spots, heat inconsistant
Other Thoughts : I owned a weller 100 for over 10 years using it almost everyday. It always worked great, with consistant heat. I had a bit that seize up in the iron and I ruined my iron trying to get the bit out. I was excited about getting a new weller 100 but have been terribly disappointed. The first one quit after one use and the replacement has cold spots so I can never run a good bead.
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