Weller Complete Soldering Station

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Item# 5019
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Product Features

  • 3 tools in 1; soldering iron, stand and temperature controller all in one!
  • Ideal for hobbyist and professional stained glass artists
  • Convenient tip cleaner built right in
  • Controller adjusts from 5 watts to 80 watts


Product Description

Get all the basics in one kit with this versatile 120 volt electronic soldering station designed to give quality performance for do-it-yourself stained glass work. The adjustable knob allows the operator to perform soldering functions with control from 5 watts to 80 watts, perfect for precision stained glass work. Built in soldering iron stand and tip cleaner make this all-in-one ideal for any studio.

 

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Product Details

  • 80 watt lightweight soldering iron
  • 3/8" standard tip
  • Safety iron stand with tip cleaning sponge
  • Temperature controller with indicator light

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Pros : This is a great, safe set up. The quality and consistency make the soldering task a breeze, with predictable results. No unexpected situations occurring, no under or over heating. I like it a lot.
Cons : I was unable to turn the screw to swap the tip. I went to Home Depot, purchased a tiny head screwdrivers - unfortunately the screw wouldn't turn (I followed all suggestions) now I've gone and stripped the screw.
Other Thoughts : Easier access to swap soldering iron tips. Include instruction for changing the soldering tip.
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Pros : This is the one I use. I love the temp. control. I also love how I can put it up when I am done and not worry because it is safe in it's stand. And, my husband is the one who got it for me so it is sentimental to!
Cons : none
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