Mika Contemporary Iron Stand

$14.95 USD
Item# 5014
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Product Features

  • Stay safe with a sturdy iron stand
  • Mesh basket construction prevents accidental burns
  • Bakelite ring prevents heat from transferring to the stand
  • Handy sponge makes keeping your iron tip clean easy

Product Description

Stay Safe - Hold Your Iron Securely with a Stand
Sturdy and durable, a must for any studio. Features a special heat resistant bakelite ring, solid steel construction and a tip cleaning sponge. Iron sold separately.

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Pros : This solder stand is designed with a double barrel mesh in which the hottest part of the solder iron is encased in the inner barrel and the outer barrel holds the remaining part of the solder iron. Keeps the heat contained with fewer fumes and is quite a bit lighter than the standard metal stand. Not to mention if your arm happens to rub against it you do not get the burns as with the iron stand.
Cons : You do not have the opportunity to adjust the angle of the stand but you really do not need to anyway because it is already at a great angle.
Other Thoughts : For the price, the weight, the lack of solder fumes, the perfect buy.
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