Weller 3/8" Tip For SPG80

$15.95 USD
Item# 5021
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Product Features

  • Pre-tinned 3/8 inch tip
  • Fits the Weller SPG80 and the Weller Soldering Station
  • Even heat distribution


Product Description

Durable pre-tinned tips fit the Weller SPG80 iron (item #5000) and the Weller Complete Soldering Station (item#5019) Tip offers even heat distribution and long life.

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Pros : this tip is good quality , great size and a nice addition to your tip collection.
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Pros : This fit my iron just right. It works way better than ones I've bought before.
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